Mobility of students and staff is not only a central objective of the Bologna Process but an important element in internationalising teaching and learning. EUA takes a keen interest into the issues and contributes to the development of strategies and good practice at institutional, national and European levels.
Many European universities are assessing the impact that student mobility can have not just on the individual, but in the wider institution. In particular, structured mobility - for example, mobility that is embedded in joint or collaborative degree programmes - can be a means for better incorporating a mobility experience into the learning process and into the curricula design.
For example, the project Mapping University Mobility of Students and Staff (MAUNIMO) developed a Mobility Mapping Tool (MTT), an institutional self-assessment tool for different mobility policies, perceptions and practices within institutions. The MMT is still administered by EUA and is offered as a membership service.
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