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Mobility scoreboard. Higher education background report 2022/2023 : Eurydice report

Editeur(s) :  Eurydice

Date :  05/2023


Experiencing transnational mobility during education and training is a major boost in the life of many young people. It helps them grow personally and academically, it broadens their social networks and develops their intercultural and language skills. Learner mobility also impacts education systems and individual educational institutions, causing them to have a more international outlook, widening their reach, and improving their overall quality. Despite the added value that learner mobility brings and the increasing opportunities available, the path towards the free movement of students, researchers and trainees is still hampered by a number of obstacles. For example, students cannot always use their domestic grants and loans to study abroad (they are not fully portable); the recognition of qualifications and credits is not always a straightforward process; and information and guidance on studying abroad is not always readily accessible. On top of all this, students must have the necessary foreign language skills to study at tertiary level. These continuing challenges call for systemic effort to remove the barriers to learning mobility and enable more students to benefit from these learning experiences. After feasibility studies conducted both in higher education and initial vocational education and training, the Mobility Scoreboard was first published in 2016 on a joint online platform. The higher education indicators were also published in a background report (European Commission / EACEA / Eurydice, 2016), and were further updated in 2020 (European Commission / EACEA / Eurydice, 2020a). This is the third edition of the higher education background report, and the last one under the 2011 ‘Youth on the Move’ Recommendation. In preparation of a new European learning mobility framework, this edition of the background report both concludes policy monitoring in the decade following the 2011 Recommendation and supports the development of indicators under a new monitoring framework.

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mot(s) clé(s) :  comparaison internationale, enseignement supérieur, internationalisation de l'éducation et mobilité