Evaluation of the Outcome of European Students-Teachers’ Participation in the Erasmus Exchange Programme (2008-2011)

A Survey of Students’ Knowledge, Thoughts and Feelings before and after their Erasmus Exchange.

Vera Berg

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to evaluate some teacher-students’ outcome of their Erasmus exchange, analyse the practice of the exchange programme, share experiences and good practice and initiate a process of quality assurance for the institutions, the international coordinators and the students. The project is based on a quantitative study. Most of the answers to the questions in the survey are consistent from one year to the next, and there is no significant difference from country to country. The results of this survey should therefore prove useful to many teacher- training institutions.

Keywords

Internationalization, Erasmus, Exchange program

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