Kysely opiskelijoille: Study on the Impact of ERASMUS
Dear student, Dear former student of our university,
Our university is participating in a Study on the internationalisation of universities in Europe. The study is being done by the European Commission, who also funds the Erasmus programme as well as many other activities our university benefits from.
The study is an ambitious project that aims at finding answers to a series of core questions that are most relevant for the future of higher education cooperation. Your views as students, staff as well as former students are of the highest importance:
As student or former student you may or may not have spent time abroad and you may or may not have profited from grants such as ERASMUS or others to spend time at another university abroad. The European Commission is interested in what you have learnt during this time and what effect being abroad or staying in your home country has had on your personal and career development. All participants in this study will receive an individual analysis of your personal development compared to that of other students. Also, you will have the chance to win one of several iPads.
Please open the following link: http://www.che-survey.de/uc/EIS_survey_2013/
As the European Commission is currently restructuring their programmes, a high degree of participation in this study by our university is very important.
Thank you very much for your support!
On behalf of the European Commission
Your International Office / ERASMUS coordinator
Mr Juhani Moisio, International Exchange Coordinator