Research Report on the Impact of COVID-19 on Student Exchanges in Europe with an add-on of a Case Study on Portugal.
The aim of the project is to promote mobility opportunities using the strength of ESN, namely our capacity to share real-life experiences. We aim not only to promote Erasmus mobility programmes but also a wide variety of opportunities targeted at young people, students and young graduates (volunteering, internships, traineeships, student exchange, travelling, etc).
ESNsurvey is the biggest European research project planned and carried out entirely by students for students. It is conducted annually since 2005 and researches different aspects of student mobility. It is disseminated in collaboration with 40 countries and more than 500 Higher Education Institutions. The findings obtained through the Questionnaire are published in the Report and used as recommendations to all stakeholders involved in student mobility.
The project aims to identify the challenges and best practices around accommodation for international students and trainees. Based on these information, we will make concrete recommendations and advocate for an improved situation for all mobile students and trainees in Europe.
This study aims to investigate the impact of Erasmus mobility and intensive programmes on skills development, employability, institutional development and the internationalisation of Higher Education Institutions in Europe.