The University of Tartu (Estonia) hosts all this week the new intensive seminar of the European project Ka2 Eramus +, MOMU (Moving towards multiprofessional work) from 2nd to 6th October 2017.
Seventeen professors and researches from the Turku University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Manchester Metropolitan University (UK), University of Tartu (Estonia) and University of Castilla-La Mancha are working this week to advance and complete this project next year.
The first day, the session was focused on the development of the training package in all members countries. This issue has been the central activity of the project throughout the year.
On the second day, the group visited the Viljandi Culture Academy to know some experiences on multiprofessional work. Viljandi Culture Academy is open for international cooperation and cross-cultural communication. It is a school with a special atmosphere, a school with a unique student community and curricula, as well as an environment that provides good possibilities to obtain knowledge and skills in different fields of culture by combining academic knowledge from different fields with a creative and new approach. This project, from the Tartu University, values close interaction in both our study and working environment. Therefore, there is a lot of interaction and cooperation between students from different fields, teachers and administrative staff.
On wednesday, discussions focused on competencies and the preparatory work for the final handbook, one of the highlights of the project.
During these days, the MOMU team has enjoyed the hospitality and traditions of Estonian hosts.