Centre for Teaching and Learning Erasmus+ resumes its activity

22.06.2021 12:54

The Centre for Teaching and Learning Erasmus+ established within the international ENTEP project (Enhancing Teaching Practice in Higher Education in RUSSIA and CHINA) under the Erasmus+ Capacity Building reopens in new premises – office 703 building 8. The activity of the centre aims at integrating the tools and principles of the Bologna Process into teaching and learning at Penza State University.

The centre offers professional development courses “Enhancing teaching practices at PSU” for teaching and administrative staff of PSU and organises online events within the ENTEP project. In addition, the centre holds consultations on participating in international projects under the Erasmus+ Programme.

The coordinator of the Centre for Teaching and Learning Erasmus+ is the Head of the International Projects Department Tatyana Razuvaeva, e-mail: intoffice@pnzgu.ru.

More detailed information on the activity of the centre is presented on the website.

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