In terms of content, the Staff Week focused on digital working methods at the participating STARS EU universities. Close to 50 experts on e-learning, digitale campus and Erasmus Without Paper as well as teaching staff and researchers from the Thematic Interest Group (TIG) „Digital Transformation“ came together to discuss this complex topic. The aim is to gradually establish a joint digital campus.
The launch of the three Blended Intensive Programmes (BIP) is an important test for the further development of the internationalisation of HSB's curricula. Several STARS EU partner universities are involved in these programmes.
In all projects, the students initially start in online groups and work together on preparatory tasks. In the projects from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, a total of 15 students from each of the partner universities will come to Bremen for a week later in the semester to work on the practical part of their module and prepare the final presentation. The practical part of the project of the School of International Business will take place at the Hanzehogeschool Groningen with the participation of a total of 25 students from the participating partner universities.
The projects are worth six credits. Lecturers from all participating universities are involved with their own contributions and in supervising the group work.