Representatives from the partner institutions of SUCTIA project at the first transnational project meeting that took place in Poznań on Dec 16-17, 2020. Photograph obtained from the SUCTIA project website. 

The Polish university invites members of the academic community, experts, educators and researchers to submit their proposals for ‘Academics for Internationalisation – SUCTIA Final conference’. 

Adam Mickiewicz University (AMU) is disseminating a call for papers from the international academic community for the final conference of the SUCTIA project, ‘Academics for Internationalisation’. AMU, the coordinator of this Erasmus+ project, will host the event on 2-3 June 2022 in Poznań (Poland).

Academics, experts, educators and researchers specialised in the area of internationalisation interested in participating as speakers in this conference can send ( their proposals until 31 March 2022. Proposals should have a maximum length of 400-450 words, including a bibliography. They are expected to speak for twenty minutes and then, take part in a ten-minute discussion.

Regarding the central theme, the event will be a forum for debate on internationalisation and its new perspectives. The organisers are therefore looking forward to receiving proposals for papers on the following topics:

• Internationalisation of academics.
• Internationalisation of staff at Higher Education Institutions.
• Intercultural classroom and its management.
• Internationalisation and teaching.
• International and intercultural learning outcomes.
• Internationalisation at home.
• Comprehensive internationalisation.
• Academic freedom versus internationalisation.
• Quality measurements of internationalisation.
• Digital internationalisation.
• Internationalisation of research and publications.

After reviewing the proposals received, the organisation will inform the selected persons of their acceptance on 8 April 2022.

The SUCTIA project

The aim of the SUCTIA project, funded by Erasmus+, is to raise awareness and change the internal culture of institutions towards internationalisation, thus creating a systemic change in institutions and in European higher education.

SUCTI Academia (SUCTIA) is built on SUCTI, a project coordinated by Rovira i Virgili University from 2016 to 2019 under the same European Commission programme. SUCTI focused on the internationalisation of administrative staff.

SUCTIA now aims to enhance the third pillar, the academic staff, by providing them with knowledge and skills related to the internationalisation process of their universities.