The CAMINOS project strove to both develop a Handbook for Managing Mobility in Latin America and to support universities in the partnership to implement it, though pilot projects. The pilot projects were intended to be needs-specific, targeting at least one ‘process’ described in the Matrix of the CAMINOS Handbook, such as student services, information on mobility, inter-institutional agreements, etc. Partners developed proposals for the pilot projects, stating the objectives and the short and medium-term plans for implementation.
Latin American partners also benefited from a ‘coaching’ exercise, whereby European partners provided concrete advice on the pilot project implementation. This was done via three physical meetings, where parallel sessions were set up: Bogota (January 2019), Buenos Aires (March and June 2019).
One of the most important outcomes of the CAMINOS project are these pilots projects. Please find below more information on the pilots proposals and on the final monitoring reports that were submitted.
Pilot of the associations on the PILA programme
Universidad Católica del Norte
Proposal: Sistema de seguimiento e impacto institucional logrado con la movilidad internacional
Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja
Universidad Yachay Tech
Universidad Nacional de Chilecito
Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Creation of an International Bureau in order to broaden the promotion and publishing the international academic mobility
Universidad de la República
Mejora del proceso interno a seguir con estudiantes extranjeros en el marco de programas de movilidad
Universidade do Estado da Bahia
Universidad Nacional del Sur
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Proposal: Planos de Emergência para gestão de riscos na mobilidade estudantil