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A European maturity model for micro-credentials in higher education

Auteur(s) :  Den Hertog, Paul ; Wylie, Neill ; Widger, Laura ; Brande, Lieve Van den ; Schoerg, Kerstin ; Beyer, Andrea

Editeur(s) :  European Commission (EC)

Date :  06/2024


The European Maturity Model for Micro-credentials has been developed by the European Digital Education Hub’s (EDEH) micro-credentials squad to support senior managers within European higher education institutions (HEIs) or vocational education and training (VET) organisations in their endeavours implementing the EU Council Recommendation on Micro-credentials. One of the objectives of the EDEH is to help overcome the current fragmentation of digital education policy, research, and implementation practices at the European level. Sharing best practices, peer learning and cross-sector collaboration supports the agile development of digital education policies and practices. User-driven innovation in the EDEH paves the way for a more sustainable, resilient, and inclusive future for education and training in the EU. The Maturity Model for Micro-credentials consists of three whitepapers reviewing the latest academic insights on new business developments and marketing, technology, and data and quality assurance (QA). The final part of this document outlines the format of a strategy workshop that may be organised in rectors’ offices in order to facilitate a multidisciplinary discussion that will scaffold an implementation strategy. Even though this publication is primarily targeted towards HEIs, we feel that it is applicable in the VET sector as well.

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mot(s) clé(s) :  enseignement supérieur