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The school of languages and the life long learning programme

The School of Languages and the Life Long Learning Programme

Josianne Deloire

Josianne Deloire 2009

Lllp overview
LLLP Overview

  • Umbrella covering 4 existing programmes

    Comenius, Erasmus, Leonardo Da Vinci,


  • Erasmus Students mobility

    Staff Mobility

Josianne Deloire 2009


LLLP Overview


  • Intensive Erasmus programmes

  • Networks and Multilateral projects

Josianne Deloire 2009


School of languages and internationalisation
School of Languages and Internationalisation

  • Involved at all levels of staff and students mobility

  • Extensive links with educational establishments and organisations in Europe and further afield

Josianne Deloire 2009


School of Languages and Internationalisation


  • 20 nationalities in School of Languages

  • Quantity and Quality of exchanges

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  • ECTS Student centered system based on the student workload required in terms of learning outcome and competence

  • Academic recognition of programme of studies

  • Promotes students mobility

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1983 First exchanges

Engineering Students

Bilateral agreement with Grenoble

1985 Marketing Students

Exchanges with France, Germany and


Work placement in France and Germany for

technical and Marketing students

1986 Business Diploma students

San Sebastian and Pamplona

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1986 “Wider Horizons” programme

Leonardo programme with Bayonne

1987 First year of the Erasmus programme

1995 Diploma Course → Degree in International

Business and Languages

Mandatory year abroad

2005 BA Journalism with a Language

Mandatory one Semester abroad

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1992 petra programme cathal brugha street exchange with la rochelle and fachhochschule of munich



1992 Petra Programme

Cathal Brugha Street

Exchange with La Rochelle and

Fachhochschule of Munich

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1996 Tempus programme

National Institute of Foreign Languages

Erevan Armenia

1995-98 3 year Tempus with Universities of Iasi,

Oradea, Suceava in Romania

1997 Research exchange programme with

Chambéry Université de Savoie

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Present situation

Present situation


Kufstein Tirol


Aix-en-Provence, Bayonne, Corte (Corsica), Dijon, ESC Dijon, Lyon 3 Jean Moulin, Montpellier 1, Montpellier 3, Nice Sophia Antipolis, Paris 1 Sorbonne


Aachen, Berlin, Ingolstadt, Jena, Ludwigshafen, Worms


Verona, Sassari, Urbino, Macerata

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Present situation cont d

Present situation(cont’d)


Alicante, Castellon, Granada, La Laguna (Tenerife), Málaga, Murcia, Pamplona, San Sebástian, Sevilla, Soria, Valladolid, Zaragoza

Journalism with a Language


Université Catholique de Louvain, IHECS Brussels


Institut pratique de Jounalisme Paris, IUT Lanion ( Université Rennes 1), Université Paul Verlaine Metz


Ludwig Maximilians Universitat Muenchen, Technische Universitaet Dortmund, Universitaet Leipzig

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European Partners Faculty of Tourism and Food

Austria Finland

Vienna Helsinki, Mikkeli

France Hungary

Cergy Pontoise, Savoie Budapest

Netherlands Spain

Breda, Maastricht Girona, Palma,

TSI Barcelona

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International Partners

Argentina, UADE Buenos Aires

China, Central University for Nationalities

Taiwan, National Chengchi University

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Staff exchanges and teaching mobility

Staff Exchanges and Teaching Mobility

Aachen Fachhochschule, Business

Annecy IUP Université de Haute-Savoie, Business

Barcelona Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Translating and


Bayonne IUT, Business

Dijon Université de Bourgogne, Theatre Studies

Paris I Sorbonne, Intercultural Studies

Toulouse II Université Le Mirail, Business

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Guest lecturers teaching in dit

Guest Lecturers Teaching in DIT

Business courses

Fachhochschule of Ludwigshafen

Université de Bourgogne Dijon

Translation and Interpreting

Universidad Barcelona Pompeu Fabra

Guest Lecturers with Journalism with a Language

IHECS – Belgium , IUT Lanion, Université de Rennes – France, Université

de Metz – France , Institut Pratique du Journalisme – France , Université

Catholique de Louvain – Belgium

Inter-Universities Collaborations

Collaboration with Università Cà Foscari di Venezia

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Benefits of erasmus mobility

Benefits of Erasmus Mobility

For Participants

Linguistic and cultural experience

Personal skills

Better career prospects

Can complete in the European market place

For University Partners

Regarded as a huge success

90% Universities taking part

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Challenges to erasmus mobility

Challenges to Erasmus Mobility


Lack of motivation

Sufficient information and guidance or departure

Various degrees of support and guidance in the new learning environment

Lack of funding and resources

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Better erasmus mobility

Better Erasmus Mobility

Preparation and recommendations

Compliance with quality requirements and commitment

Responsibilities on behalf of students

Real Intercultural mixing in host institution

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Better Erasmus Mobility


Close triangular/ quadrangular relations with University Partners and students

Better data on monitoring and post year abroad analysis

Funding for mentoring system and logistic support

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School of Languages involved in European Exchanges for 26 years

Cooperation between Higher Education Institutes and DIT School of Languages

Students mobility

Staff mobility

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Conclusion cont’d

  • International students in School of Languages from Belgium, Bulgaria, Burundi, China, Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain and Taiwan

  • Expansion with China and Argentina

  • Learning Curve

  • Invaluable contribution

Josianne Deloire 2009