s.BA.SA.ES-SOEU-0.22FS (ES Social Europe Days) 
Modul: ES Social Europe Days
Diese Information wurde generiert am: 29.01.2023
ES Social Europe Days
SB Bachelor


Version: 2.0 gültig ab 01.02.2022
Fachbereich Departement Soziale Arbeit
Studiengang Bachelor in Sozialer Arbeit
Modulniveau Intermediate
Modultyp Related
Angebot Frühlingssemester
Keywords Europäische Sozialpolitik, EU, Soziale Arbeit im europäischen Vergleich
Workload  (in Stunden)
Kontaktstudium 24                                         
Begleitetes Selbststudium 18
Autonomes Selbststudium 18
Gesamt 60
Verantwortliche Ansprechperson
Telefon / E-Mail
Weitere Dozierende
Dr. Anne Schillig
+41 58 934 85 45 / anne.schillig@zhaw.ch
Meret Reiser
+41 58 934 85 07 / meret.reiser@zhaw.ch
Kompetenzen Fachkompetenz:
F9: Wissen über internationale Kontexte und Entwicklungen in der Sozialen Arbeit
F1: Wissen über die Gesellschaft und die gesellschaftlichen Teilsysteme
S4: Fähigkeit zum Umgang mit Diversität und Heterogenität
Lernziele The students
  • are able to make themselves understood with Social Work students from various European countries and exchange ideas on specialized subjects
  • are familiar with the fundamentals of the functions and institutions of the European Union with regard to important social/socio-political questions
  • are aware of current socio-political debates at European Union level
  • are able to work out their own personal theses and adopt scientifically sound positions with regard to aspects of a Social Europe and to bring them up in discussions.
Lerninhalte (Abstract) This  year  the  Social  Europe  Days  take  place  in  Berlin  and  focus  on  the  topic  of  the  SDGs.  The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals provide a vision  for  peace  and  prosperity  for  all  people  in  the  world  and  our  common  planet.  Within  this  course,  you  will  collaborate  in  a  multi-disciplinary  and  international  team.  As  a  team  you  will  investigate one of the SDGs in a more detailed way, connect it to a good practice example from one of your professional fields and explore the significance of the SDG for you personally and in a European context.

The course is created collaboratively by 10 European Institutes of Higher Education. Participants are  enrolled  in  programs  such  as  social  work,  public  administration,  human  resource  manage-ment,  labor  law,  gender  studies  or  social  policy.  The  course  will  start  with  an  Online-Ramp-Up April 20th,  2022 online, then have an excursion to Berlin from May 16th-19th and an Online-Wrap-Up May, 24th online.

We expect around 80-120 participants from Bremen (Germany), Groningen (The Netherlands), Hasselt (Belgium), Leuven (Belgium), Málaga (Spain), Malta, Munich (Germany), Salzburg (Aus-tria),   Sibiu  (Romania),  Tallinn  (Estonia)  and Zurich  (Switzerland).  Working  language  is  English.  More important than your actual language skills are, however, an open,  active and entrepreneur-ial  mindset  to  make  this  international  experience  a  success.  For  a  first  impression  on  previous  editions, use https://youtu.be/rOkAsjIrksU
Leistungsnachweis(e) Oral presentation, active participation, 100% attendance is mandatory. 
Bemerkungen Maximum number of participants: 10.
Travel costs to Berlin are to be covered by the students. Accommodation costs are covered by ZHAW.
Duration: 6 days (16th-19th mai 2022 in Berlin, 2 days online)
Execution dates according to the current “Modulangebot”.

For further information, please contact Meret Reiser or Anne Schillig.


Kurs: ES Social Europe Days
ES Social Europe Days


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