Mobility Matters: the ERASMUS Impact Study

  • Uwe Brandenburg
  • Obdulia Taboadela
  • Mihaela Vancea
Keywords: Erasmus, Mobility, personality traits, memo, career

Abstract

Mobility has impact on the career and the personal. Most importantly, personality traits such as confidence or tolerance are not only predictors for studying abroad but also relevant for employability. These are some results of one of the largest studies ever conducted on Erasmus: the Erasmus Impact study (EIS).

Author Biographies

Uwe Brandenburg

Uwe Brandenburg is Managing Partner, CHE Consult, Berlin, Germany.

Obdulia Taboadela

Obdulia Taboadela is associate professor of Sociology, University of A Coruña, Spain.

Mihaela Vancea

Mihaela Vancea is research fellow, De- partment of Political and Social Sciences, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.

Published
2015-09-01
How to Cite
Brandenburg, U., Taboadela, O., & Vancea, M. (2015). Mobility Matters: the ERASMUS Impact Study. International Higher Education, (82), 5-7. https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2015.82.8863
Section
International Themes