FORTHEM Innovative Shared Tutored Projects concept is an innovative form of international virtual collaboration involving a group of students from any given degrees in two or possibly more FORTHEM partner universities, with supervisors in both universities. The principle of a tutored project is that students define and/or carry out a project on a specific topic (proposed or validated by their course supervisors) which involves the joint conception and realization of a set or interconnected tasks, leading to a final result, over a given time-span, usually several weeks or month. It is a very similar concept to Team Teaching but shorter, because it consists of sharing only one class work, one of the tasks programmed for the subject, and carrying it out in common with another group from another FORTHEM university.

Here you can consult the guide for Shared Tutored Projects.

Contact your local FORTHEM office if needed.