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Dissemination in international Study Fair in Baku, Azerbaijan

On October 06-08, 2017, Vilnius Business College with the head of Communication and International Relations Office Deimantė Vilčinskaitė as representative participated in International Study Fair in Baku, Azerbaijan. The target auditorium was study fair visitors, Study in Lithuania Colleagues, representatives of other universities and colleges and prospective International students that are likely to choose their studies in VBC. During the event, Unity in Diversity booklets were delivered to those interested, languages learning modules were introduced.

Vakaris Šaulys, project manager at Vilnius college, Lithuania


Foreign Language Department Meeting IPSSA “ Nino Bergese” Genoa

On 5th October we had a dissemination at IPSSA “Nino Bergese” during the meeting of the Foreign Language Department. Bergese foreign language teachers attended the meeting.

We gave a presentation on the ‘keyskills4EUhotel staffproject and the current Language skills and intercultural issues in the hospitality industry: unity in diversity in the EU labour market’

We highlighted the projects’ aims and contents and we demonstrated how to access and use the e-learning platform.

Everyone was really interested in the new e-platform. We handed out leaflets and answered questions on the project.

The feedback was extremely positive.

Simona Pellizzari, Nino Bergese team manager, Italy

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Piloting at Sapientia University

On September 14, 2017, the language teachers at the Department of Humanities of Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Miercurea Ciuc, took part in the introductory piloting session of the Unity in Diversity Project. Teachers were introduced to the latest developments created within the interactive online platform by the project partners. Our colleagues were presented how the different modules of the platform can be used and what are the possibilities that can be used for language learning for the benefit of our students. They tried their hand at some of the uploaded exercises and filled in the questionnaire.
The teachers showed great interest in both the online and the face-to-face exercises that can be applied in their everyday language teaching practice, in the usefulness of the colourful maps and the online games, and promised to use them with their students.

Zsuzsanna Ajtony

Sapientia team manager





This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.