Erasmus Mundus Movinter White paper

In praise of Virtual Mobility:

How ICT can support institutional coorporation and internationalisation of curricula in higher education.

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Virtual Mobility Exploitation Scenario

TeaCam Project - WP7 - Exploitation

This document describes the scenario of virtual mobility recommended for the exploitation strategy.

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Virtual Summerschool 2011 and virtual mobility

The Virtual Summer School 2011 is offering a combination of courses under virtual mobility, including the EPICS for VE-course Virtual Mobility 101 (VM101) which is offered by the Open Universiteit (NL).
Students and tutor meet in a virtual learning environment, where they will also find all resources, guidelines and forums.

More details can be found on the DOBA site: Virtual summer school 2011

Find also more on Virtual Exchange and the fully facilitated mobility schemes on-line on this web site ( and learn how your university can increase the accessibility, flexibility and personalisation of your study programmes.

Launch of the EPICS portal and Virtual Exchange concept

In the Annual Conference of EADTU of 2010, 27-29 September in Zermatt the EPICS portal was officially launched.

It was the start of the first universities to sign the institutional agreements for exchanging students. The 4 universities that were the first to sign are the Open Universiteit Nederland (NL), Universidade Aberta (PT), UNED (E) and Uninettuno (IT). The coming months we expect several more traditional and Open universities to join and start uploading their courses. The launch of EPICS in Zermatt was therefore also a call for all universities to start offering courses via the portal and providing their students access to other partner universities.

You can read all about the Virtual Exchange concept in the publication EPICS: New Opportunities for International Student Mobility.


Second Stakeholders meeting/workshop, Madrid (Spain)

In our process of stimulating student mobility in Europe, we try to generate as much feedback as possible to the Virtual Erasmus model as it is created so far. The second EPICS Stakeholder meeting/workshop, focusing on user testing and feedback, is foreseen in the afternoon of the 20th of May in Madrid.

For more information about this meeting, please contact the EADTU secretariat, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

First Stakeholders meeting, Brussels (Belgium)

In local and European stakeholders’ meetings we try to generate feedback to the Virtual Erasmus model as it is created so far and make further improvements by sharing expertise.

The first European Virtual Erasmus Stakeholders’ Meeting was foreseen in the afternoon of the 30th of March in Brussels. Representatives of the following organisations attended the meeting:

European Commission (EC)
European University Association (EUA)
EADTU student council
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven 
Open Universiteit Nederland (OUNL)