Fulbright Europe: Improving Access to International Mobility through ICT

  • Duration 55 Min.
  • Video Language en


International study for research experience is considered an asset on a person's Curriculum Vitae and significantly increases someone's employability. Statistics show, however, that mobility programs tend to attract very particular demographics of students: they primarily attract students who 1) can afford to go abroad and 2) don't need special accommodations to be able to participate in these programs. This session is organized by Fulbright Europe, the international student program, and shows how ICT can be utilized to make international mobility more inclusive and accessible.

Speaker:
Susanne Hamscha, The Fulbright Program (Europe), Germany
Jeremy Gombin-Sperling, The Fulbright Program (Western Hemisphere), United States of America
Kelli Swazey, The Fulbright Program (East Asia & the Pacific), Indonesia

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