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International Office

The International Office is responsible for Erasmus+ mobilities of students, lecturers and staff members at PHT. We also provide support and consultation for educational collaborations (nationally and internationally) as well as students, lecturers and staff members who want to engage in higher education programs of the European Union. The objectives in International mobility are defined in the Erasmus University Charter.

 

Our activities are being supported by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) and the European Commission's Erasmus+ program.

 

News

Erasmus+ student mobility 20/21 - nomination deadline extended

As the conditions for student mobility for the nex

COVID-19: situation and measures taken at PHT

With regards to the current situation concerning COVID-19, the rectorate of PHT has decided in coordination with the responsible authorities and the other Tyrolean universities as well as in consul

Teaching and Learning Across Borders | International Week December 2019

From December 2nd-6th 2019, the Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol (PHT) had the pleasure of hosting Dr Isabelle Gatt, lecturer in Drama Education and in Creativity and the Arts at

Teaching and Learning Across Borders, May 2019

Under the motto "Teaching and Learning Across Borders", guest lecturers from our partner universities in Haifa/Israel, Bangkok/Thailand and Szeged/Hungary visited PHT from 6 to 9 May.

Visit from University College Copenhagen, Denmark

During the first week of December 2019, Dr Helene Ae Hee Bang Appel (Københavns Professionshøjskole - University College Copenhagen, Denmark) was able to re-visit the PHT with Erasmus+ and continue

Abschluss E+ International Mobility-Projekte

After the successful submission in 2017 for the Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility between Programme and Partner Countries (Key Action 107) - International Credit Mobility, mobility projec

Welcome to our Erasmus+ students for spring term 2019/20

Against some adversities (viruses, weather, construction sites ...) we had the pleasure to welcome thirteen fresh Erasmus+ students at PHT last Friday for the Welcome Day!

Visitors from Seoul

Three colleagues from Seoul, South Korea took a long train ride during a visit to Austria and met representatives of the International Office of the Rectorate and the Institute for Primary Educatio

KA107-Projekt PHT-Gordon College of Education

The cooperation between the Pedagogical University Tyrol and the Gordon College of Education in Haifa, Israel, has been dedicated to world literature and digital teaching settings.