LISAA is providing itself with the means to develop mobility (studies, internships and teachers’ mobility). These means also aim at developing interculturality and offering international programs and classes. LISAA sets up:
DEVELOPING ACADEMIC PARTENSHIPS
LISAA wishes to develop international collaborations with higher education institutions with know-how in its areas of expertise. In addition to these collaborations, LISAA aims at concluding new partnerships with institutions with complementary expertise.
Since 2013, LISAA has been developing close links and signed bilateral agreements with a number of partner institutions:
- Universidad IEU – Mexico
- University of Applied Sciences MACROMEDIA – Germany
- HelmO Liège – Belgium
- Thomas More Mechelen – Belgium
- VDK - Vilnius Design College – Lithuania
- L'école de design Art Com' – Morocco
- Manchester Metropolitan University – England
- John Moore University Liverpool – England
- IED Milan – Italy
- KISD - Köln International School of Design – Germany
- Hochschule Trier – Germany
These partnerships have made possible numerous mobilities: teachers' visits from Thomas More Mechelen and John Moore University Liverpool (nov. 2014), a common class project with John Moore University Liverpool (spring 2016) and a group visit of 15 students from this university (nov. 2014), students mobility at Vilnius Design College, Thomas More Mechelen and HelmO, internships in Belgium and England.
DEVELOPING INTERNATIONAL COURSES
Over 10% of LISAA’s students come from overesas, representing 12 nationalities
So as to match this growing demand, LISAA has been internationalizing its programs for the last two years by offering international classes in different specialities (BA or MA level).
BEING AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC NETWORKS
LISAA is a member of national and international professional and academic networks, where higher education issues are discussed.
LISAA is member of the international association of universities and colleges of art, design and media, Cumulus Cumulus since 2012.