Erasmus+ BIP information

Erasmus+ Blended Intensive Programme information


Photo from the staff training at MCI Innsbruck in 2023


The staff training will be organised as a Blended Intensive Programme (BIP) and we would like as many of the participants of the staff training to come for the full week in order to qualify as a participant of the BIP. At the end of the training, the participants will also receive a certificate. 


Name of BIP: "Navigating challenges and opportunities in the era of global polycrisis"


What is needed to be a BIP participant? 

  • Participate in part I (Tallinn) and part II (Tartu) of the training in person on June 10-14, 2024. 
  • Participate in the virtual part (webinar) before the in-person part.
  • Fill your mobility agreement and e-mail it to the BIP coordinator at EMÜ, Karoli Kõiv: ;
  • Make sure your mobility is connected to our BIP on the Beneficiary Module. The ID of the BIP is 2022-1-EE01-KA131-HED-000063718-2. 


How to fill your mobility agreement? (Here is a sample of the agreement from which you can copy: STT Mobility Agreement )

Planned period of the physical mobility: 10.06.2024 - 14.06.2024

Duration of physical mobility (days) – excluding travel days: 5

If applicable, planned period of the virtual component: 30.05.2024


The Receiving Institution

Name: Estonian University of Life Sciences

Erasmus code: EE TARTU01

Faculty / department: Office of Academic Affairs

Address: Kreutzwaldi 1, 51006 Tartu

Country / Country code: Estonia / EE

Contact person: Karoli Kõiv, Chief International Relations Officer

Contact person e-mail / phone: / +3727313026

Type of organisation: University

Size of organisation: > 200 employees


Activities to be carried out (including the virtual component,. if applicable) for the mobility programme: 

The focus of the programme is the challenges and opportunities in the field of international relations during an era of constant crises. The programme consists of both a virtual and a physical part. The virtual part will be held as an interactive and introductory webinar before the physical meeting. The webinar will have two speakers who will share their expertise on how universities are affected by polycrises and the ethical dilemmas of conducting mobility at this time. 

During the physical part of the programme, there will be sessions on artificial intelligence, sustainability, military conflict, mental health and there will be a mix of theory where experts will share how we can tackle these issues in our every day lives and work. 



Virtual part of the Blended Intensive Programme

Thursday, 30 May, from 14:00 to 15:30 CET

Register for the webinar here and you will receive a link to the webinar by e-mail. 



Universities in the Time of Global Polycrises

Michal Lošťák, Vice Rector for International Relations, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague


Ethical and Practical Aspects of Mobility in the Time of Global Polycrises 

Petra Chaloupková, Vice Dean for International Relations at the Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague