The YUFE Mobility Star differs from the other Stars in that it has different levels. For each level of a Mobility Star you need to complete a minimum of 12 ECTS of academic courses at other YUFE universities or acquire one other Star through activities offered by other YUFE universities.
Once officially enrolled within the YUFE Student Journey, you need to successfully engage in different activities in order to meet the requirements for the Language Star. In total, you have to complete four activities for your Language Star: one formal YUFE language course, two practice and experience activities, and one reflection activity (by completing at several stages the personal development plan on the Virtual Campus). All activities need to be accomplished during the (max.) 2-year YUFE Student Journey.
The YUFE Civic Star will offer students a diverse set of activities through which they are engaged with YUFE communities. Depending on each of these activities, in order to obtain a Civic Star, requirements are:
For YUFE Help Desks; a participation of minimum of 50 hours is required; or
For Volunteering activities; a participation of 50 hours is required; or
For YUFE@Home, a minimum of one semester in the programme with active involvement with community is required.
In order to obtain a YUFE Professional Star, the students need to:
- demonstrate a clear link to and/or an improvement of, at least 9 competences; 3 of each dimension of the European EntreComp framework.
- demonstrate to have worked/operated within a YUFE Professional Star activity in an international environment.
- demonstrate to have worked/operated within a YUFE Professional Star in a multicultural team.
- participate in a minimum of 60 hours of teamwork contributions and collaborative performance.
For all 4 Stars, while students are involved in the star activities, they will also have to work on a Personal Development Plan, specific to each star, in order to track their progress.
Your achievement will be assessed on the basis of your documentation and Reflection Report provided in the personal development plan. In that document, you are expected to carefully document activities you have undertaken and reflect on the learning process.