LEAD Job Shadowing

LEAD job shadowing

The LEAD job shadowing is part of the LEAD project activities. It supports selected academic leaders from LEAD partners to job shadow a counterpart (with similar job function) at another project partner in order to share experience and develop academic leadership and relevant competences.

The job shadower can be university-level academic leaders or other university/institution/department level academic leaders. With well-defined and well-prepared job shadowing, the learning process can go much deeper and can facilitate the learning and exchange of experiences in depth, and facilitate cooperation such as development of twin/sister institutions/departments between the actors involved. This will be mutually beneficial as the exchange of experiences, cooperation, and learning from both sides can deepen the understanding on key issues and strengthen the capacities of partner universities on governance and academic leadership. 

 

LEAD Job Shadowing application form (for LEAD partners only)

LEAD Job Shadowing application form (March 2016) (for LEAD partners only)

LEAD Job Shadowing application form (May 2017 UTA) (for LEAD partners only)

LEAD Job Shadowing application form (Sep. 2017 VUB) (for LEAD partners only)

LEAD Job Shadowing application form (Sep. 2017 Nova) (for LEAD partners only)

 

 

Dates

LEAD Job shadowing

LEAD Consortium participants

Other participants

Total participants

Result/Report

21-24 March 2016

 

VUB, Brussels, Belgium

2

1

3

  Report

1-5 May

2017

Tampere, UTA, Finland

1

1

2

  Report

24-30 Sep.

2017

VUB, Brussels, Belgium

9

1

10

  Report

2017

NOVA, Lisbon, Portugal

 

 

 

 

9-15 Nov.

2017

Tongji U, Shanghai, China

 

 

 

 

May 2018

METU, Ankara, Turkey

 

 

 

 

Sep. 2018

VUB, Brussels, Belgium