Promoting Resilience and Employability in university students through Internships for futurE Work - Grant Agreement n. 2022-1-IT02-KA220-HED-000088742



The Project will support the use of digital technologies for teaching, learning, assessment and engagement. Particular attention will be given to promoting gender equality and addressing differences in relation to the access and use by underrepresented groups. Furthermore it addresses the:

  • Development of disadvantaged rural and urban areas since remote internship could help students from rural areas and with economic limitation to live a work experience in interesting and stimulating context as well as could contribute to increased participation in university life disadvantaged groups, regardless of their socio-economic background. To this regards UNISS and ASE are Universities that involve student from these areas.
  • Open and distance learning priority since the project envisages MOOC and innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for internship experiences.
  • New learning and teaching methods and approaches since the project focuses the development, testing and implementation of flexible learning pathways and modular course design (online and blended) and appropriate forms of assessment, including the development of online assessment and innovative pedagogies model such as collaborative online learning or the use of co creation approach such Service Design Methodology to design.

PREVIEW project main achievement and concrete results are:

  • Design and test a new University curriculum by including innovative Remote Internship.
  • Promoting a smooth shift in the University Partners from the in person internship program to a virtual program in the fields of tourism and cultural heritage.
  • Involving at least 100 students or graduates (at least 16 of them with economic and geographical limitations) participating in remote internship experiences in the field of tourism and cultural heritage.
  • Providing at least 50 education operators (teachers, trainers, university and company tutors, etc) with a much higher level of digital skills to usefully manage blended internship experiences as well as blended learning.
  • Involving at least 80 education operator in the Learning activities involving at least 150 students in the MOOC on remote skills.
  • Facilitating access to international work experiences despite economic and geographical limitations, disabilities, learning difficulties and disadvantages.
  • Improvement of knowledge about new methodologies, tools and technologies as educational means for supporting teachers and students to develop digital and soft skills and competences.

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