Bouziane Karima is a Professor Researcher and Erasmus Coordinator, in charge of the following:

Inter-Institutional Agreements (IIAs)

  • Establishing contact and partnerships between my home intuition and international faculties/schools/universities.
  • Liaising with current and potential future partner institutions to discuss the suitability of student/staff exchanges.
  • Liaising with the Exchanges and Study Abroad Team to ensure that the necessary documentation is completed for proposals for new or renewed agreements.

Student Mobility

  • Providing advice, help and guidance to students regarding their options and also regarding their travel issues such as visa support and documents filling.
  • Signing Learning Agreements and the Pre-enrolment forms.
  • Selecting ( with a jury) outgoing students for exchange mobility to partner institution and providing details of nominated candidates to both the partner institution and the Exchanges and Study Abroad Team.
  • Liaising with the partner institution to ensure that full information is provided to the student regarding the partner institution’s application process, deadlines, accommodation details, and registration etc.
  • Ensuring that outgoing students contact the Exchanges and Study Abroad Team to complete the required Erasmus+ student documentation by the appropriate deadlines.
  • Study Placements including documenting the subjects and credits on the Learning Agreement for Studies.
  • Maintaining contact with students abroad regarding academic matters and ensuring marks from the host institution are available to School examination boards by the appropriate deadline.
  • Preparing documents of recognition of semester/grades after students mobility.
  • Writing reports on Erasmus mobilties achieved and creating social media platforms for disseminating results.
  • Acting as a contact point for incoming exchange students with regard to departmental or academic matters as well as other matters such as finding accommodation.

Staff Mobility

  • Providing information to departmental staff members about Erasmus+ staff opportunities and requirements at partner institutions.
  • Acting as the primary contact (from the ENCG School) to provide accurate, timely information on all Erasmus+ staff and student mobility for annual reporting purposes.
  • Organizing/help in organizing annual teaching/training/cultural events for incoming staff from our partner universities.
  • Accompanying incoming staff (who visit ENCG School), providing them with support and advice in matters related to accommodation, touristic places and other cultural activities.