Reports: EHEA workshops

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Titles
  • Series 1: Developing successful Joint Master and Doctoral Programmes
  • Series 2: Promoting employability through mobility programmes for HEIs
  • Series 3: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships, Capacity Building Projects, and Innovative Student-Centred Learning across all degree cycles
Date May 2016

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Series 1: Developing successful Joint Master and Doctoral Programmes

This report covers the first series of EHEA workshops on Erasmus+ Joint Master and Marie Skłodowska-Curie Intensive Training Networks with a focus on Joint Doctoral programmes that took place across the UK in 2015. The workshops helped attendees gain a detailed understanding of how to develop high-quality applications under Erasmus+ and Marie Skłodowska-Curie and covered all the key elements of an integrated, successful joint programme.

Series 2: Promoting employability through mobility programmes for HEIs

This report covers the second series of EHEA workshops that took place across the UK in 2015. The workshops highlighted the value of mobility to Higher Education Institutions, to students and to employers and explored the relationship between mobility and employability. The workshop analysed mobility in the context of wider EU and national government priorities, outlined the funding opportunities and then facilitated the sharing of good practice about mobility schemes. They also focussed on employability and examined how the value of the mobility experience can be better recognised and articulated to students and their advisers and to employers. 

Series 3: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships, Capacity Building Projects, and Innovative Student-Centred Learning across all degree cycles

This report covers the third series of EHEA workshops that took place across the UK in 2015/16. This series looked at Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships and Capacity Building Projects, and Innovative Student-Centred Learning across all degree cycles. The workshops helped attendees gain a detailed understanding of the eligibility and award criteria for Strategic Partnerships and Capacity Building Projects and the potential of these projects to address a range of strategic priorities for HEIs and key HE policy drivers. The workshops were also designed to emphasise the importance of student-centred learning as a key focus in all Erasmus+ projects.