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International cooperation plays an important role in the daily activities at Ida-Virumaa Vocational Education Centre and the internationalisation strategy forms the basis for the management of the school’s international cooperation and implementation of targeted activities. The school’s internationalisation strategy determines the principles related to international cooperation taking into account the new challenges and opportunities provided by European vocational education.

Internationalisation Strategy

Ida-Virumaa Vocational Education Centre has a functioning cooperation network in Estonia and abroad. The school has highly-productive cooperation ties with educational institutions and companies in Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Russia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Ongoing projects

International partners

Partners in Estonia

The objectives of international cooperation:

1. To maintain and develop international partnerships, thereby broadening the cooperation network.

2. To organise practical training abroad for students and employees, providing them with the following opportunities: to advance professionally and personally; to improve their foreign language skills; to learn about other cultures; to become more competitive in the labour market; and at the same time to organise practical training and internships in Estonia for our foreign partners.

3. To carry out cooperation projects in order to contribute to the school’s development, find innovative approaches for the school’s development, while also sharing the school’s best experience and best practice with foreign partners.

4. To have the school’s employees participate in further training in EU and third countries.

5. To involve foreign specialists and faculty members in the development of foreign-language instruction at the school.

6. To organise study trips and visits taking into account the developmental needs of the curriculum groups (specialised exhibitions, fairs, vocational competitions, school and company visits).

7. To be a reliable partner school and raise the school’s reputation at the international level.

Additional information:

Karén Sukiasyan
Head of Development and Public Relations
Mob: +372 5270 400
E-mail: karen.sukiasyan@ivkhk.ee

International cooperation plays an important role in the daily activities at Ida-Virumaa Vocational Education Centre and the internationalisation strategy forms the basis for the management of the school’s international cooperation and implementation of targeted activities. The school’s internationalisation strategy determines the principles related to international cooperation taking into account the new challenges and opportunities provided by European vocational education.

Internationalisation Strategy

Ida-Virumaa Vocational Education Centre has a functioning cooperation network in Estonia and abroad. The school has highly-productive cooperation ties with educational institutions and companies in Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Sweden, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Russia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Ongoing projects

International partners

Partners in Estonia

The objectives of international cooperation:

1. To maintain and develop international partnerships, thereby broadening the cooperation network.

2. To organise practical training abroad for students and employees, providing them with the following opportunities: to advance professionally and personally; to improve their foreign language skills; to learn about other cultures; to become more competitive in the labour market; and at the same time to organise practical training and internships in Estonia for our foreign partners.

3. To carry out cooperation projects in order to contribute to the school’s development, find innovative approaches for the school’s development, while also sharing the school’s best experience and best practice with foreign partners.

4. To have the school’s employees participate in further training in EU and third countries.

5. To involve foreign specialists and faculty members in the development of foreign-language instruction at the school.

6. To organise study trips and visits taking into account the developmental needs of the curriculum groups (specialised exhibitions, fairs, vocational competitions, school and company visits).

7. To be a reliable partner school and raise the school’s reputation at the international level.

Additional information:

Karén Sukiasyan
Head of Development and Public Relations
Mob: +372 5270 400
E-mail: karen.sukiasyan@ivkhk.ee