The European Strategy for Internationalisation of Higher Education

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Author(s)Iva Voldánová

Higher education in Europe is increasing and varied. Nonetheless, there are still many problems: the success rate is low, education is not well funded, some countries are experiencing a brain drain. The Bologna Process and the Lisbon Agenda propose to meet these challenges, but the crisis has sometimes undermined their solutions. They are focused among other on the internationalization of higher education, employment and training. There are still many challenges and opportunities for international mobility outside Europe: Erasmus Mundus, FP7 Marie Curie, LLL, calls for ACP projects ...
Today, the European strategy is complemented by Erasmus and 2020 +.

CategoriesModernising PHE within diversified HE » CaribErasmus, Representation