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IEREST Module 2 - 24h Erasmus life

This activity is designed to encourage students to reflect on their actual Erasmus experiences along four complementary themes: (1) the emotional dimension of living abroad; (2) their social contacts within the Erasmus community as well as with local students/people; (3) the academic life in the host institution; and (4) their language experiences.

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IEREST Module 1 - Meeting others abroad

The activity is related to the goal of reflecting on what it means to engage with others during a stay abroad. It helps students refrain from creating categories of ‘desirable’ and ‘undesirable’ others, reflecting on the idea that all people are potentially interesting and worth meeting. The activity also aims at encouraging students to engage with other mobile students, for instance by having former mobile students share experiences with new mobile students.

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IEREST slides - References

These slides contain the bibliographic references for the three sets of IEREST slides accompanying the manual.

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IEREST Module 3 - Slides

These are the slides accompanying Module 3 of the IEREST (Intercultural Education Resources for Erasmus Students and their Teachers) resources. They provide some theoretical support for the 3 upon-return activities.

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IEREST Module 2 - Slides

These are the slides accompanying Module 2 of the IEREST (Intercultural Education Resources for Erasmus Students and their Teachers) resources. They provide some theoretical support for the 3 while-abroad activities.

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IEREST Module 1 - Slides

These are the slides accompanying Module 1 of the IEREST (Intercultural Education Resources for Erasmus Students and their Teachers) resources. They provide some theoretical support for the 4 pre-departure activities.

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Langsnap Guide 1:Being an International Student

The key objective of the Langsnap Guides is to provide resources and materials for programme administrators and for study abroad participants. This first guide is focused on preparing students for a period of study abroad. It covers the following aspects: a) Adapting to unpredictable administrative and organizational differences b) Assessment and expectations of what an undergraduate student “should know” c) Studying complex topics in a foreign language d) Dealing with emotions related to this aspect of their experience. For further information, please read the booklet provided.

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