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PRIME research launched

22 marzo 2011 13.197 views No Comment

Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is one of the biggest non-profit interdisciplinary student associations in Europe. ESN has just started the second edition of the research “Problems of Recognition In Making Erasmus” (PRIME).

PRIME is a European-wide project, supported by the European Commission, investigating recognition procedures in order to draw attention to ever-lasting problems and obstacles that students might face, providing good practices and possible solutions.

Two separate questionnaires, for students and Higher Education Institutions are now available online on projects website. Until end of April 2011 each former exchange student and institution representative working on Erasmus can visit the website (http://www.prime.esn.org/content/questionnaires) and fill in a short questionnaire.

Everyone who completes the questionnaire will contribute to the study report of PRIME 2010, which will be published in September. It will analyse the results and provide conclusions and recommendations for the future of Erasmus programme. It will be disseminated to European Commission, National Agencies and other relevant stakeholders.

You will find more information about the project, including the results form 2009 study, on the project website (prime.esn.org)

 Erasmus Student Network (ESN) is one of the biggest non-profit interdisciplinary student associations in Europe. ESN has just started the second edition of the research “Problems of Recognition In Making Erasmus” (PRIME).

PRIME is a European-wide project, supported by the European Commission, investigating recognition procedures in order to draw attention to ever-lasting problems and obstacles that students might face, providing good practices and possible solutions.

Two separate questionnaires, for students and Higher Education Institutions are now available online on projects website. Until end of April 2011 each former exchange student and institution representative working on Erasmus can visit the website (http://www.prime.esn.org/content/questionnaires) and fill in a short questionnaire.

Everyone who completes the questionnaire will contribute to the study report of PRIME 2010, which will be published in September. It will analyse the results and provide conclusions and recommendations for the future of Erasmus programme. It will be disseminated to European Commission, National Agencies and other relevant stakeholders.

You will find more information about the project, including the results form 2009 study, on the project website (prime.esn.org)

 

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