Virtual International Exchanges

Title of the Good Practice

Virtual International Exchanges

Description of the Good Practice

Virtual International Exchanges connect adult learners with counterparts from other countries for language and cultural exchange. Participants engage in collaborative projects, discussions, and joint activities, fostering language acquisition, intercultural competence, and global awareness.


  • Virtual Exchange
  • Language Acquisition
  • Community.


Language of instruction depends on the participating countries and participants’ preferences.

Number of participants

Groups of 5-7 is best.

Type of training


Number and type of exercises

As many as you wish.


1 hour, up to 3 hours.

Target Audience

Adult language learners interested in global cultural exchange.

Competences/skills that you will require

  • Facilitation skills
  • Language proficiency
  • Cross-cultural competence
  • Digital collaboration skills
  • Project management skills



Consideration as a GP

  • Measurable Indicators: Number of international partnerships, participant feedback on intercultural competence, and language proficiency improvements.
  • Results: Enhanced language skills, increased cultural awareness, and the ability to collaborate across borders. Participants gain a global perspective and expand their networks.