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Help to improve Erasmus+: Online survey

12/04/2017
Language: EN
Document available also in: DE EL NL SL PL ES LT HU CS SV PT BG DA IT FR

The European Commission has launched a new online survey about the impact of international mobility or cooperation programmes in education, training, youth and sport. The questionnaire aims to gather feedback from all learners and staff, including those who have not participated in any international mobility or cooperation programme.

The survey will help the Commission to understand better the impact of the Erasmus+ programme by comparing the changes in attitudes, competences and behaviours of learners and staff as a result of mobility. The online questionnaire is open to both mobile and non-mobile learners and staff in the following areas:

  • School pupils
  • School staff
  • VET schools learners
  • VET schools staff
  • Higher education learners
  • Higher education staff
  • Adult education staff
  • Young people in youth organisations
  • Staff in youth organisations
  • Staff in sport organisations

The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and will remain open until 31 May 2017.

Start the Erasmus+ survey
 

Source: Erasmus+

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  • Jess Class's picture

    One of my big regrets was not partaking in Erasmus, I wish I did. The money or the stipend just wasn't enough to live on and if you are working class, or you come from a working class family or you haven't got a big stash of savings - it's not easy to go forward and partake. But the idea is a superb one, saying that - I met loads of wonderful French, Spanish, German etc students who came to study at my university and it did enrich my student life.

    Still, nearly 50 and plan to study Mandarin Chinese at a Chinese university sometime soon for a full academic year - so that will be one tick off the bucket list.

    If they made Erasmus accessible to students from low income families, it would be perfect.

    Theguardian wrote a good article on this topic https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/nov/27/study-abroad-is-invaluable-students-deserve-clarity-on-erasmus

  • Maria Idźkowska's picture

    Z pewnością będzie to przydatne w kolejnym programowaniu, dlatego warto przekazać swoje doświadczenia.