Erasmus Study Impact
Vytvořeno: 3. 1. 2018 od Absolvent

Absolvovali jste během Vašeho studia na UMPRUM některý z programů Erasmus?

Pokud ano, zapojte se do mezinárodního průzkumu a ohodnoťte co Vám tato příležitost přinesla.

 

Formulář naleznete zde:
http://www.studentsurvey.che-consult.de

Formulář pro zaměstnance a pedagogy:

http://www.mobility-survey.org/

Průvodní dopis:

 

Following the great results achieved by the first Erasmus Impact Study of 2014, the European Commission has decided to carry out a follow-up study on the impact of Erasmus+ on students, staff and institutions. This study will measure the impact of mobility on different aspects, such as labour market success of students, teaching practices of staff, and the impact that participation in the programme has on higher education institutions. The task has been commissioned to ICF and CHE Consult who are currently carrying out a large-scale survey among students, staff and higher education institutions.

To measure the real impact of the programme, we need to survey both students and staff who have taken part in Erasmus+, and those have not taken part. We would be grateful if you could arrange for the survey invitation to be distributed amongst all your current students, your alumni network (the study would like to capture the impact on long-term alumni) and your academic and non-academic staff:

-       Students who were enrolled in your university prior to 2014 and current students (both those who participated in Erasmus mobility and those who did not) should receive the following link:

http://www.studentsurvey.che-consult.de

 

Please note that the data collection is anonymous: ICF and CHE Consult will not be able to identify individual respondents unless respondents choose to enter their personal details during the survey.

The experiences and responses of your students, staff and yourself are invaluable for the continuing monitoring, continuation and improvement of the Erasmus+ programme.

We would like to thank you in advance for your effort.

Yours sincerely

 

The EAC Higher Education & Erasmus+ team