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Erasmus Impact Study officially launched - Fill in NOW the Alumni & Student Survey
The Erasmus Student Network (ESN), together with CHE Consult (DE), Brussels Education Services (BE) and the Compostela Group of Universities (ES), conducts an impact study on the Erasmus programme. The core part of the research are online surveys that are available in English via this link. ESN encourages all current and former Erasmus students and all non-mobile students to fill in the questionnaire. The questionnaires include a novel psychometric analysis that gives respondents the possibility to compare their attitudes to their peers and learn more about themselves.
ESN is very proud to be part of the study and play the crucial role of reaching students and alumni of the Erasmus programme. While ESN offers its services to all incoming international students, the Erasmus programme is in the heart of ESN´s activities. Emanuel Alfranseder, president of ESN AISBL, says “being part of the study is a huge success and sign of trust for our organisation. It is the first time that ESN is part of a consortium that won a bid for a public EU tender”. The impact study investigates on the impact of the Erasmus programme on students, staff, institutions and business and the resultant skills development, employability, institutional development and the internationalisation of Higher Education Institutions in Europe.
ESN has put in place a comprehensive structure to promote the study and reach a substantial amount of students from the relevant target groups. Through its strong social media presence, ESN can reach many students and alumni directly from the international level. In addition, every country has a National Research Coordinator to coordinate the study at national and local level.
Emanuel Alfranseder further elaborates: “The Erasmus Impact Study is one of the most important projects in ESN´s history. Please support the study to further increase the quality of student mobility in Europe”.