International mobility is at the center of the Bologna Process. Along to lifelong learning, lifelong mobility is an objective of education, to ensure graduates stay flexible and reactive.
To ensure the quality of mobility programmes, many elements should be taken into account. The quality of teaching in the institutions organising the exchange, a mobility friendly curriculum, the presence of staff specialised in international competence, multiculturalism. For the individual, it a good personal preparation, academically, socially, logistically, for the language and culture etc. If one wants to increase the number of exchange, it is importance to increase staff and infrastructure capacity as not to impair quality.
Many more questions should still be studied on the question of mobility, such as mobility competence, virtual mobility, intersectoral mobility etc.
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