The Erasmus+ programme will celebrate 30 years of existence next year and the issues and challenges to come are huge for the institutions. Each year, the cohorts of students change and the process of information, selection and follow-up becomes more complex.
The goal is to double the percentage of outgoing mobilities within 5 years. This is an ambitious but compulsory goal, because student and staff mobilities are a weak point of our higher education. This weakness is often pointed out by international experts during audits.
The position of ARES on this matter, through the works of its International Relations Commission, not only shows that it is important to encourage mobility but also to develop contacts thanks to co-organisation programmes, cross-border joint degree programmes or with the implementation of strategic partnership’s projects.
To do so, resources, including human resources must be made available in order to support the effective action carried out by the international relations coordination for many years.
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