The consortium members

The University of Lille coordinates a consortium of 7 partner universities and 3 associated members. 4 non-academic and 3 research partners have also joined the consortium.

How the consortium operates

MITRA students will be awarded their Master’s Degrees from the European consortium universities where they will spend at least one semester. Students also spend at least one semester in Non-European Universities which, as associate members, will not award any degree. Besides, the University of the Aegean (Lesbos, Greece) is an associate member which offers students the opportunity to conduct field studies in Greece. It also organises a summer school GoVunet.

All universities organise scientific events in which students can participate.

Non-academic associate partners introduce students to the community and voluntary sector by allowing them to join in their voluntary activities or through work placements: For instance, the IRD is involved in teaching by offering various classes at the UCAD in Dakar. The DIADEM facilitates access to field studies depending on the students’ research topics and allows them to participate in the network’s scientific events. The CESPRI helps to promote the research projects conducted via the consortium through publishing. Finally, the APESCY provides assistance to students whose research interests include intercultural mediation in ethnic conflicts at Grand-Yoff.

The consortium has forged relations with many organisations and voluntary institutions, which offer work placement opportunities and share their expertise and experience in the course of the programme.

MITRA students will be awarded their Master’s Degree from the European consortium universities where they will spend at least one semester. The associate member universities supervise students’ field studies in collaboration with partner institutions. They also play an important role in the programme by organising scientific events or summer schools, as such is the case at the University of the Aegean. Non-academic associate partners introduce students to the community and voluntary sector by allowing them to join in their voluntary activities or through work placements: For instance, the IRD is involved in teaching by offering various classes at the UCAD in Dakar. The DIADEM facilitates access to field studies depending on students’ research topics and allows them to participate in the network’s scientific events. The CESPRI helps to promote the research projects conducted via the consortium through publishing. Finally, the APESCY provides assistance to students whose research interests include intercultural mediation in ethnic conflicts at Grand-Yoff.

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