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Yuliia Zaiachuk, PhD in Education, Associate Professor of the Department of General Pedagogyand Pedagogy of Higher Education of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

EU’s EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR UKRAINIANUNIVERSITY TEACHING STAFF

This paper presents an analysis of the educational programs of the European Union, whichit develops to intensify international cooperation and increase the mobility of participants of theeducational space, their evolution from its inception to the present time. The paper analyses Erasmuswith the key direction Erasmus+ KA1: International Credit Mobility for teaching and training,Tempus, Horizon 2020 with its Individual Fellowships, European Research Council Grants, programssupported by the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD, Swedish Institute, and initiativessupported by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. The paper also shows the opportunities forteaching staff of Ukrainian universities provided by the EUs educational programs. The paper alsoreveals that the main activities supported by these programs are teaching, training, and research inthe host university. It is based on the analysis of program documents and program requirements, aswell as on the authors own practical experience within Erasmus program, acquired in HumboldtUniversity in Berlin, Germany, and the University of Turku, Finland. It is stated that the programs ofacademic mobility are considered as one of the program strategies for internationalization of highereducation at the institutional level nowadays. The paper highlights that participation of a universityteaching staff in the programs of academic mobility provides an opportunity to establish successfulcooperation with international partners, to organize the partnerships, to exchange experiences,to organize teaching and training in the host university, to improve teaching quality, to improveintercultural understanding, and support research initiatives. It is emphasized on the potentialchallenges that the international academic mobility program creates for its participants.
Keywords: university; internationalization; educational programs; mobility; internationalcooperation; strategy.

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