ERASMUS+ lnternational Credit Mobility -a study of the mobility of disadvantaged students from Partner Countries

As part of the effort to make Erasmus+ more inclusive, in 2019 the European Commission tasked the SPHERE consortium to conduct a study of the implementation of its policy towards disadvantaged students in International Credit Mobility (ICM, KA 107).

The study, now available, focuses on outgoing student mobility from three groups of Partner Countries- the Eastern Partnership, the South-Mediterranean, and the Western Balkans, and it analyses the extent to which the inclusion of the disadvantaged students in ICM is addressed by the Partner Countries and by the project partnerships. In addition to the findings presented, the study proposes a series of measures and recommendations on how to enhance the inclusion in ICM for students coming from disadvantaged backgrounds.

To download the full report, please click here.