Take part in the Inclusive Mobility Survey

The EPFIME team has launched the Inclusive Mobility Surveys. Three separate surveys have been created to gather the needs and expectations of students with disabilities, ministries of education and higher education institutions across Europe on inclusive mobility, while focusing on how ministries and higher education institutions can collaborate more effectively to ensure the quality and transferability of support services for both incoming and outgoing students with disabilities in exchange programmes.

The surveys for students with disabilities and higher education institutions are open for responses until the 6th of December 2019.

Participants in the Student Survey can win one of the two 200€ Interrail vouchers that we raffle.
Student Survey (English)

This survey aims to explore the challenges and enablers on student mobility for students with disabilities in higher education institutions. Students with disabilities - with and without mobility experience - are invited to participate. The survey is anonymous and can be accessed by clicking on the button below. A digital copy with information on data collection and an overview of questions is available. Responses can only be submitted using the online form. The survey deadline is the 6th of December 2019.

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Student Survey (Nederlands)

Deze survey brengt de uitdagingen en facilitatoren rond internationale mobiliteit in kaart. We nodigen studenten met een functiebeperking - met en zonder buitenlandse ervaring - uit om deel te delen. De bevraging is anoniem. Een digitale kopie met informatie over de dataverzameling en een overzicht van de vragen is beschikbaar. Antwoorden kunnen alleen digitaal worden ingezonden. De deadline om de survey in te vullen is 6 december 2019.

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Survey HEI

The survey form should be filled out by university leaders or staff working on the topic of inclusion and internationalisation. Please note that only one response per institution should be submitted. The survey can be accessed by clicking on the button below. A digital copy with information on data collection, definitions and overview of questions is available. Responses can only be submitted using the online form. The survey deadline is the 6th of December 2019.

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The outcomes of the project, including an innovative toolbox, will stimulate better and more in-depth collaboration of the different stakeholders and increase the quality and transportability of support services among European countries. The outcomes of this research will be published on inclusivemobility.eu.

The EPFIME team looks forward to your collaboration. Many thanks in advance for your responses which are extremely valuable to us.

Should you have further questions on the surveys or have specific access needs to fill out the survey, please, contact [email protected] (Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education - Belgium) or [email protected] (Irish Universities Association - Ireland).

EPFIME

The EPFIME project is a 2-year project co-funded by Erasmus+ KA3 Support to Policy reform "Support to the implementation of EHEA reforms - 2018-2020".

During this project, consortium partners and experts will examine in-depth the needs and expectations on inclusive mobility of national authorities, students with disabilities and higher education institutions across Europe, while focusing on how national authorities and higher education institutions can collaborate more strongly to ensure the quality and the transferability of support services for both incoming and outgoing students with disabilities in exchange programmes.

Objectives:

Publish a policy report on existing national regulations on Inclusive Mobility.
Publish policy recommendations to practitioners in Higher Education across Europe on how to implement a sustainable framework on inclusive mobility at European / national / regional / institutional level.
Create a self-assessment tool for national authorities and higher education institutions to monitor policies on Inclusive Mobility around Europe and compare their own policies, knowing easily where they stand.
Create a guideline on Inclusive Mobility to stimulate higher education institutions to implement a sustainable inclusive mobility strategy at institutional level.
Develop an online platform inclusivemobility.eu where everything is to be found about Inclusive Mobility for national authorities, practitioners, and students with disabilities.

* Connected to existing MappED! platform, national authorities will be able to register their information on regulations, policies, and support services

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