The UNICA IRO meeting 2019 will be kindly hosted by Tallinn University and Tallinn University of Technology, 7-8 May 2019 and will be preceded by the 3rd UNICA Summer & Winter Schools meeting (6 May 2019).
The IRO meeting 2019 will also feature the 25th anniversary of UNICA IRO meetings (a celebratory session will take place on 7 May) and the election of the IRO Observer to the UNICA Steering Committee, which will be held on 8 May.
09:00 - 15:00: IRO Meeting
The IRO meeting will focus on two topics, which were chosen based upon the main interests expressed by the participants in the IRO meeting 2018:
The meeting is open to organisers of the Summer & Winter schools and other short mobility programmes from UNICA member universities, but also to IROs interested in the topic.
The purpose of the meeting is to exchange experience and good practices and to discuss ideas on possible cooperation and joint summer/winter activities that UNICA members could undertake together.
The first part of the meeting will be structured as a round table where the participants will have the opportunity to briefly introduce the model of Summer School at their university and to discuss on the different models.
For the second part of the meeting, we are looking for colleagues willing to contribute on one of the following topics:
In case you are interested in sharing your experience on one of the above-mentioned topics, please contact the international summer and winter school project manager of Tallinn University Birgit Kirsimägi (email@example.com) by March 11th.
The University of Tallinn and TalTech have kindly pre-booked a number of rooms for the participants at discounted prices at the following hotels:
Please fill out and submit the registration form by Monday, 15 April 2019.
IMPORTANT! The IROs willing to attend the Summer & Winter Schools meeting do not need to fill out the second registration form: you only need to select the option "Yes, I will attend the Summer & Winter Schools meeting" on the IRO meeting registration form.
For any questions, please contact Laura Brossico: firstname.lastname@example.org