The MILSA mentoring program offers workshops before and after your time abroad, blog writing, a Skype interview with your mentor from the International Office and a peer group task to support you before, during and after your time abroad.
Being a part of a MILSA group will enable you to connect with peers who are also going abroad to share experiences. By reflecting on your stay abroad, writing blog contributions and working as a group with shared international experiences on a common project, your intercultural awareness and skills will be noticeably enhanced over the duration of the program (approx. 10 months).
Participation in the MILSA program can be credited with 2 ECTS and participants will receive an official confirmation of participation issued by the University of Bern.
Race, Religion and world view, Intersectionality
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