Which European countries offer clear and well-defined information to higher education students about mobility opportunities? How are disadvantaged students supported within mobility programmes? Can students transfer their scholarships and loans abroad with them?
The Eurydice network answers these and other questions on the learning mobility of higher education students with the third edition of the “Mobility Scoreboard Higher Education Background Report” updated for the 2022/2023 academic year, and the related online platform.
The report offers up-to-date information on the six mobility scoreboard indicators in the areas of information and guidance, foreign language literacy, portability of grants and loans, support for disadvantaged learners, recognition of learning outcomes through the European accumulation and transfer of credits system (ECTS), and recognition of qualifications.
The publication is based on qualitative data collected by the Eurydice network on top-level measures and policies, mainly in tertiary education. All 27 EU member states are represented, as well as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey.
The indicators are also available on the Mobility Scoreboard website.
What is Eurydice?
Eurydice is the European network that collects, updates, analyses and disseminates information on the policies, structure and organization of European education systems. Born in 1980 on the initiative of the European Commission, the network is made up of a European unit based in Brussels and various national units. Since 1985, Indire has been the headquarters of the Italian National Unity.
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