Promoting intercultural awareness among European university students via pre-mobility virtual exchanges
For more than 30 years, the Erasmus programme has given thousands of higher education students throughout Europe the chance to live and study abroad. For many, this sojourn in a foreign country is an extraordinary learning experience which enriches their language and (inter)cultural learning process. However, for others, this opportunity is undermined by cultural shock or lack of preparation. (Click here for Supplementary Video: 'Ready, Mobility, Go!')
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