The procedures of the center for agreeing and signing European institutional mobility agreements inevitably result from the following 9 points:
- Prior visits to other EU institutions (and outside the EU) sensitive to the exchange of students through the ERASMUS program.
- Common approaches to objectives and philosophy between the two or more educational establishments.
- Analysis of the possibilities and the interest shown by the respective communities of students.
- Signing of agreements that will include, among others, the number of places and the duration of each mobility.
- Public call of places.
- Collection of applications of the interested students.
- Selection and allocation of places in accordance with established protocols.
- Follow-up of mobility
- Valuation and memory of mobility.
As a starting point, the center has established basic prerequisites when it comes to foreseeing the search and election of international partners that allow it to implement its entire mobility plan.
- The choice of a partner that is a legal entity.
- That the partner be a higher or university education establishment.
- That the member be enrolled in a Member State of the European Union.
- That the partner is directly responsible for the management of the activities with its international collaborating centers.
- And above all, that our partners have a common or complementary work philosophy with that of our center that makes the exchange of students fluid and enriching for all participants.
The center will investigate Erasmus partners with which to sign collaboration agreements for their mobility projects within the region or geographical regions under the administration of the member states of the European Union or, failing that, with states that have signed bilateral agreements of mobility with the European Union.
For now, the two centers with which Eolia ESAD has signed a mobility agreement are:
- Rose Bruford College (London), in the Erasmus program.
- University of Chicago - School of Theater & Music (Chicago), outside the Erasmus program.
Commitments have already begun with other schools in Copenhagen, Paris, Italy and Brussels.
Targets: The main objective of Eolia's European and international mobility is based on offering students pedagogical and professional experiences in new cultural contexts that improve their artistic and linguistic capabilities. We understand that immersion in the field of culture and teaching in foreign countries is essential for the maturation of students and an indispensable tool in the consolidation of a modern and future pedagogical project. This idea of mobility is a key element in fostering future potential links between young professionals from different countries and can also boost the creation of new hybrid artistic languages that generate new dramaturgy speeches, new interpretative languages and new perspectives on stage management. The participation of students and academic staff in these programs undoubtedly represents an improvement in the quality of teaching and learning of the participants involved, both because of the individual repercussions of these interventions in the individual, such as for how to redefine the future of the center that hosts them.
Groups: The center will promote the mobility of European students from the 2n cycle (3r and 4t, four of the race) and also in the 3r cycle (postgraduate, master's and doctorate). The center will also promote the European mobility of its academic staff, especially in the areas related to research and development of new scenic languages.
The double degrees: The center is sensitive in the search for European centers of higher education of the Performing Arts that want to share similar objectives with regard to the creation of the double qualifications. And it has as a purpose in the medium and long term to offer also this type of degrees with some of the partners with a project more pedagogically compatible with his.