ESN, the Erasmus Student Network, has launched the Erasmus+ ‘Social Inclusion and Engagement in Mobility’ (SIEM) project, a collaborative cross-European partnership between ESN, UUKi and the European University Foundation, YES Forum, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE), University of Vigo (ES), Masaryk University (CZ), University of Latvia (LV), ESN Spain (ES) and ESN France (FR).
The first part of the project consists of a staff survey, open until 31 May, which aims to explore the mobility programmes and support offered to students at their institutions.
The staff survey will then inform a research report with recommendations to improve support offered to students who wish to go abroad. The report will be published and available free of charge on the SIEM project website.
The overall objective of the project is to improve the opportunities and chances in life for young people from all backgrounds by increasing their participation in the Erasmus+ programme.