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Case study: How to design and start an intercultural summer program

The presentation introduces how an intercultural multidisciplinary summer course was designed for undergraduate students of the University of Tokyo.

The „Go Global Hungary: In the pursuit of culture, history & architecture in Central Europe” course was a 2-week-long summer university program held in Budapest, Hungary, offering an insight to Hungary through interactive lectures and cultural site visits.

The aim of the summer university was to provide opportunity for students to deepen their foreign language skills, to experience a foreign culture with local students, and to build personal and professional relations.

The case study will approach partnership and project development, promotion, recruitment of lecturers and mentors, creating academic and cultural content, logistical management, and quality assurance.

The speaker will reflect on the importance of short-term intercultural mobility programs, internationalization at home, involvement of PhD students in teaching, and sustainable and reciprocal cooperation.


Zoltán Dubéczi    
Hungarian Rectors' Conference

Júlia Morován    
Hungarian Rectors' Conference


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