Richard Wilhelmer

International Office
Servicestelle für Hochschulkooperationen

Die Servicestelle Hochschulkooperationen (SHK) bietet Studierenden und Lehrenden Unterstützung bei der Nutzung der Hochschulprogramme der Europäischen Union. Die Zielsetzungen der Pädagogischen Hochschule Tirol im Bereich der Internationalen Mobilität sind in der von der EU genehmigten Hochschulcharta festgelegt. 

Diese Maßnahme wird unterstützt durch das Bundesministerium für Bildung (BMB) sowie durch das Programm ERASMUS+ der Europäischen Kommission.

 

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Welcome Day for ERASMUS+ incoming students

We are looking forward to our next ERASMUS+ students, who will continue their studies for a semster at PHT in Innsbruck. To make sure they have all the information they need for a smooth start, the International Office organizes a "Welcome Day".

Wann / When? 29.10.2017
Wo / Where? Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol, Pastorstraße 7, 6020 Innsbruck
Beginn / Start: 09:00

Vice rector for academic affairs appointed

Presentation of the appointment degree for new vice-rector Mag. Prof. Elfriede Alber

The semester ends with very good news! After a long period of vacancy the new vice-rector for academic affairs was appointed. This Wednesday the federal minister, Dr. Sonja Hammerschmid, presented the decree to VR Mag. Prof. Elfriede Alber.

Sharing international experiences and expertise

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Prof. Irma Eloff, PhD and Dr. Eva Lichtenberger at PHT ERASMUS courses

Despite the fact that we – the ERASMUS+ students - are coming from very different national backgrounds, there is one thing our educational systems have in common: teachers - especially at the primary level - are mainly women. Sometimes more than 90% of primary teachers are female. But as soon as it comes to the higher levels of management or policy making, the number of women declines (about this topic, have a look at the following report: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/documents/key_data_series/151EN.pdf ).

Sharing international experiences and expertise

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Prof. Irma Eloff, PhD and Dr. Eva Lichtenberger at PHT ERASMUS courses

Despite the fact that we – the ERASMUS+ students - are coming from very different national backgrounds, there is one thing our educational systems have in common: teachers - especially at the primary level - are mainly women. Sometimes more than 90% of primary teachers are female. But as soon as it comes to the higher levels of management or policy making, the number of women declines (about this topic, have a look at the following report: eacea.ec.europa.eu/…/eu…/documents/key_data_series/151EN.pdf).

International Week 2017 - review

The PHT-International Week 2017 ran from the 20th to the 24th of March, 2017. We welcomed twenty guests from fourteen partner universities in also fourteen countries. This was the 6th and to date the largest International Week held at the PHT.

International Week 2017 - Rückblick

Vom 20.-24. März fand an der PHT die International Week 2017 statt. Mit 20 Gästen aus 14 Ländern und und ebensovielen Partneruniversitäten war die inzwischen 6. Auflage der International Week die bisher größte.

PHT at "Ukshin Hoti" University Prizren

During the final week of February Prof. Dr. Jörg Meier and Prof. Roland Warzilek, BEd. MA, visited the University "Ukshin Hoti" in Prizren, Kosovo within the Erasmus+ International Mobility program.

International Mobility - PHT-staff members visit Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Bangkok

Thanks to the successful application for International Mobility through the PHT-International Office, PHT staff currently have opportunities to make teaching experiences not only in Europe but also in Asia.