Increased Employability
of International Students

INTERLOCALITY is a project financed by KA2 Cooperation Partnership of the Erasmus+ programm.  Its main objective  is to increase local employability among international HE degree students within the fields of engineering and of business administration.

MONITOR INTERNATIONAL ALUMNI

INTERLOCALITY foresees the development of an International Alumni Monitoring Tool (IAMT), with the aim to track and collect objective and subjective data on the factors that hinder or enable the international students' local career, personal and professional development.

GUIDE INTERNATIONAL TALENTS

A structured International Talents Journey for international students, is the 2nd outputs foreseen by INTERLOCALITY. The ITJ is based on identified needs, gaps, skills mismatch and lack of opportunities with the aim to bridge the gap between international students and the local labour market.

TRAIN HEI, SMEs and THIRD SECTOR's STAFF

3 Training Courses on Guidance&Counselling, Intercultural Sensitivity, Employer-Ability are developped by INTERLOCALITY project, in order to support HEI, SMEs and Third Sector's staff in the local employability and retention of international students.

Save the date: November 18 2024 (Eindhoven, the Netherlands)

INTERLOCALITY CLOSING EVENT

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Online Staff training courses well on the way: insights into the development process

As emerged from the research insights conducted within Workpackage 2 of the project, to enhance…

The development of an International Talent Journey at Arcada

Career support is fundamental for international higher education degree students seeking employment during and after…

“INTERLOCALITY”: Project partners from Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, and Italy visit FH Münster

We share with you the article from FH Münster about the Transnational Partner Meeting organized…

Partners

INTERLOCALITY Consortium includes 4 UASs and 1 third sector actor, focused on the connection between HEIs and employment of students through training and guidance activities.

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