Da-Ca-Du Interkulturell

Das Projekt „Interkulturelles Lernen für Deutschlernende“ zielt darauf ab, die deutschen Sprachkenntnisse und die interkulturelle Kompetenz zu verbessern und das Bewusstsein für Mehrsprachigkeit und Interkulturalität durch die Zusammenarbeit und das Engagement mit Studierenden der EUt+ Universitäten zu fördern.

Bisher wurden verschiedene Teilprojekte ins Leben gerufen


Anfang 2022 startete eine erste Online-Lernphase mit Teilnehmenden der Hochschulen Hochschule Darmstadt, des UPCT Cartagena und der TU Dublin.

Juli 2022

Im Juli 2022 wurde ein Aktionstag durchgeführt, an dem Beschäftigte der h_da die teilnehmenden Hochschulen der Allianz kennenlernen konnten.

Sehen Sie hier die Präsentationen

Oktober 2022
Besuch in Darmstadt
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Im Oktober 2022 konnten sich die Teilnehmenden zu einer Präsenzphase in Darmstadt treffen. Hier haben sie an einem akademischen und kulturellen Programm teilgenommen.

März 2023

Der „DACADU+“- Kurs ist Anfang März wieder gestartet. Neue Partneruniversitäten sind Troyes und Limassol, gemeinsam  mit Darmstadt und Cartagena. 

Oktober 2023
Besuch in Darmstadt 2023
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Die Teilnehmer des Online-Kurses 2023 konnten sich zu einem persönlichen Besuch in Darmstadt treffen. Hier nahmen sie an einem akademischen und kulturellen Programm teil.

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