The university sector is extremely important for fostering good intercultural practices, especially in schools where operators are trained in areas such as pedagogy, social sciences, communication and international relations, where interaction between cultures is often involved. Nevertheless these aspects have a primary role in the management system, nowadays more than ever, given that, in Europe at least, education systems and universities curricula usually conform to one specific model, and the plurality of languages and cultures is being emphasized more and more.
The research carried out in this sector analyses universities’ approaches to this kind of study and encourages co-operation and exchange between universities, providing a detailed list of courses and training in Europe.
The report shows this situation in more detail, offering a balance on university collaboration. This research focuses especially on three European case studies.