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December 2019

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Global career mobility interests at the University – researchers in the GLOMO project study the wellbeing and career success of expatriates

The international GLOMO project has selected Tania Biswas and Rodrigo de Melo to University of Vaasa as project researchers. As a part of the international research project, they study global mobility from the viewpoints of wellbeing and success.

Biswas and de Melo are very happy about being a part of the international project and being in Vaasa. De Melo has already recommended the university.

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The meeting aimed at kicking off the recruitment period of the 15 ESRs within the 4 million EU research project GLOMO under the Project leadership of Prof. Dr. Maike Andresen, University of Bamberg, Germany. The GLOMO consortium from across Europe builds an ambitious and unique network of experts in the field of global labour mobility in a longer-term bid to tackle increasing labour and skills shortages in the EU.

We are looking forward to three years of intensive knowledge creation around global mobility and its impact on careers and society while training the 15 ESRs for inter and multidisciplinary research and also equipping them with practice related skills. During the kickoff-meeting the entire consortium critically discussed the 15 GLOMO sub-projects that will be worked on in the next three years. All researchers highlighted once again the need for a truly international, interdisciplinary approach to deal with the 15 sub-projects.

Within GLOMO 11 women and 4 men from all over the world were recruited: The ESRs come from 13 different countries and are now spread across the beneficiary institutions in 6 European countries (and will soon again be seconded to other institutions and other countries). This mirrors again that mobility of employees not only is the theoretical and thematic focus of the action, but it will also be lived through the action.

Through its structure, GLOMO is an ambitious and unique network of senior and junior scholars in the field of global mobility. All network partners are engaged in a shared topic, which is highly relevant theoretically as well as in practice. Thus, the project does not only thematically but also through its implementation represent “lived Europe”. It is concerned with exchange and network cooperation across many different cultures – be it national, organisational or research field cultures.

We are particularly proud that we also have the AIRBUS Group as corporate beneficiary in our GLOMO network. Airbus hosts one ESR on their premises and will be actively involved in corroborating the empirical findings in the cross-level research framework of the GLOMO international employer audit.

If you desire further information, you are welcome to contact us:

More information at www.glomo.eu, for all questions please refer to glomo@uni-bamberg.de

The EFMD-EURAM Research Leadership programme is aimed at those responsible for research strategy and management, Business School research directors, managers and administrators. Building on the previous successes of the longer Research Leadership programmes, EFMD and EURAM have designed a new 4-day intensive edition that will help those responsible for research strategy and management to innovate; build new and stronger networks; and prepare themselves and their schools for the new era ahead.

The presentation highlighted the essentials on how to put together a winning team for EU grant applications together and how to manage the cooperation of potential partners and beneficiaries for a Horizon2020  Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action. Furthermore, the session gave ideas on what to put in place in the various partner institutions to manage a EU grant across Europe with scholarly and professional organizations’ involvement.

“Glomo” is looking for applicants from all over the world

Maike Andresen has initiated a project on the mobility of workers. Are the professional prospects of a German electrician improving after having worked in Micronesia for five years? Or are employers in the UK happy when a British pharmacist spent three years in Germany? What effect a multi-year stay abroad has on careers abroad and in the home country, “Glomo” wants to find out – the international research project “Global mobility of employees”.

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PhD candidates wanted for an interdisciplinary EU research project

Does a German electrician have better career chances after having worked in Micronesia for five years? Or might employees in Great Britain be enthusiastic about a British pharmacist having worked in Germany for three years? The effects that several years of working abroad might have on a career abroad and in one’s home country is one of the central issues of the international research project GLOMO – Global mobility of employees.

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Kansainvälistä työliikkuvuutta tutkitaan eurooppalaisessa yhteishankkeessa

Vaasan yliopisto sai merkittävän rahoituksen EU:lta – tutkimus- ja tohtorikoulutushanke GLOMO keskittyy kansainväliseen työliikkuvuuteen.

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International labour mobility is being studied in a European joint project

The University of Vaasa has received significant EU funding – The new research and doctoral training programme GLOMO focuses on global mobility of employees.

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News coverage

The article “Network Across Europe – Day-to-day Research in Bamberg” (free translation) covering the GLOMO Project and citing Professor Maike Andresen in the Green-Alternative newspaper (gaz), Bamberg.

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Global career mobility interests at the University – researchers in the GLOMO project study the wellbeing and career success of expatriates

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Launch of GLOMO project

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Neues EU-Forschungsprojekt beleuchtet internationale Arbeitsmigration aus verschiedenen Perspektiven

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Vaasan yliopisto sai merkittävän rahoituksen EU:lta – tutkimus- ja tohtorikoulutushanke GLOMO keskittyy kansainväliseen työliikkuvuuteen

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Vaasan yliopisto sai merkittävän rahoituksen EU:lta – tutkimus- ja tohtorikoulutushanke keskittyy kansainväliseen työliikkuvuuteen

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Finnish university lands funding for EU project

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VAASAN YLIOPISTO: Vaasan yliopisto sai merkittävän rahoituksen EU:lta – tutkimus- ja tohtorikoulutushanke GLOMO keskittyy kansainväliseen työliikkuvuuteen

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