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International Projects

Erasmus+ is a program created by the European Union to support education, training, youth, and sports activities. Fagskolen Innlandet contribute to several Erasmus+ projects.

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Erasmus+ provides opportunities for individuals and organizations to participate in a wide range of projects and activities, such as studying or working abroad, volunteering, or collaborating with others across Europe and beyond. Erasmus+ aims to improve skills, increase employability, and promote social inclusion and active citizenship. It is open to students, teachers, trainers, youth workers, volunteers, and organizations of all types and sizes.

Fagskolen Innlandet has received project funding and is participating in two Erasmus+ projects: BeWell and Elektro.

Opportunities for students and staff

We believe that international projects are important because they provide opportunities for students and staff to gain new experiences, knowledge, and skills in a multicultural and diverse environment. The goal is to enhance the quality of education, improve the employability of our graduates, and promote international cooperation and understanding. Through these projects, we hope to strengthen our network of partners and contribute to the development of innovative and sustainable solutions in our fields of study.


The BeWell project aims to unite healthcare stakeholders in Europe to develop a strategy for improving green and digital skills within the health workforce. Through comprehensive training programs for various healthcare professionals, the project seeks to address skill gaps and enhance preparedness for future challenges. The consortium includes 24 beneficiaries and 5 associated partners from 11 countries, ensuring diverse representation in the European healthcare sector.


This project aims to enhance students' expertise in energy, battery technology, and sustainability, aligning their education with industry demands. Collaboration with European technical colleges with relevant programs and a focus on language and cultural skills will better prepare students for a globalized job market. The project includes a mobility program, fostering international perspectives, improving collaboration and communication skills, and enhancing students' attractiveness to European employers. 


The BeWell project aims to form an alliance, to build a movement of all healthcare stakeholders supporting and committed to the development, implementation, and upscaling of the strategy on upskilling and reskilling of the European health workforce.

The ultimate project aim is to develop a green and digital skills strategy for the health ecosystem that can be implemented at a local, regional, national, and ultimately at the European level through the Pact for Skills.

By addressing the existing skill mismatches and strengthening these competencies, the project will enable the health workforce to be better prepared to face future challenges and adapt to ever-evolving societal contexts. To do this, the project will build comprehensive curricula and training programs that will target all professionals of the health workforce, including for health students, health professionals (nurses, doctors, operators, managers) and professionals of emerging occupations.

The training programs co-created by universities, VET providers and companies will reach the target populations through initial education and continuing professional development. The project methodology is developed based on principles to respect and unite the diversity of Europe's health ecosystem: Patient centeredness; collaboration and co-creation; inclusiveness and diversity; Inter-sectorality; comparative research; dynamic coverage; digital skills for skill-mix innovations in care integration; green skills, and environmental sustainability and responsible practice.

The consortium consists of 24 beneficiaries and 5 associated partners from 11 countries. The geographical diversity in partners ensures the representation of different cultural, social, political, educational structures, values, and traditions. The partnership brings together a substantial and diverse pool of leaders representing stakeholders in the health sector at regional, national, and European levels.

Homepage: https://bewell-project.eu/

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Through this project, we want to provide our students with up-to-date expertise in energy, battery technology, and sustainable solutions, the competence that working life demands.

In Europe, several countries have come a long way in these areas, and from which we have much to learn. In the project, we want to collaborate with technical colleges in Europe that have current study programs in these areas. Increased cultural and language skills are also essential for the project, bringing crucial competence to our students in an increasingly globalized world. The goal is for our students to be better qualified for the work tasks that await them after graduation.

We have defined two primary goals for the project:

1. Increased work relevance in teaching based on working life's competence needs in energy, battery technology, and sustainable solutions.

2. Increase students' understanding of language and culture to better equip them for an increasingly globalized working life

We want to conduct a mobility project for VET students for 14 days. We want to offer this to all full-time students in the fields of electricity and automation. Before the trip, we want to carry out preparatory learning activities where students collaborate and get to know each other using digital tools. After the visit, we will carry out learning activities where the students get to show what they have learned and present this to fellow students and partners in the electrical subjects. We want all students to participate in learning activities at the host institutions and make arrangements for company visits. In addition, we will facilitate social gatherings in the evenings and on weekends to develop good relationships, practice language skills, and gain insight and experiences with the host country's culture and traditions.

This project will help our students raise their competence in energy, battery technology, and sustainable solutions. It will also allow them to see their field from an international perspective. In addition to this, students and teachers will have the opportunity to practice skills in collaboration and communication in a global context and have the chance to create relationships across national borders. Networking and gaining cultural competence will make our students even more attractive for working life in Europe.

In May 2023, we visited the school in Chania, Crete, as part of the preparation for our students' exchange program.

The visit was documented with a video (in norwegian).

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