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«November 2013 Education and Training Table of contents Table of contents Acronyms used in this report Disclaimer Preface 1. Erasmus Student Mobility ...»

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On the way to ERASMUS+

A Statistical Overview

of the ERASMUS Programme

in 2011-12

November 2013

Education

and Training

Table of contents

Table of contents

Acronyms used in this report

Disclaimer

Preface

1. Erasmus Student Mobility

1.1. General overview of student mobility

1.1.1. Introduction

1.1.2. Outbound Erasmus student mobility (study exchanges and work placements)

1.1.3. Inbound student mobility

1.1.4. Duration

1.1.5. Grants

1.1.6. Students with special needs grants

1.1.7. Zero-grant students

1.1.8. Participating Higher Education Institutions

1.2. Erasmus Student Mobility for Studies

1.2.1. Introduction

1.2.2. Outbound study exchanges

1.2.3. Inbound study exchanges

1.2.4. Subject areas and languages of study

1.2.5. Study duration

1.2.6. Study grants

1.2.7. Students receiving special needs grants

1.2.8. Zero-grant students for studies

1.2.9. Work placements combined with studies

1.2.10. Average expected ECTS credits

1.3. Erasmus Student Mobility for Placements

1.3.1. Introduction

1.3.2. Outbound student work placements

1.3.3. Inbound students on work placements

1.3.4. Work placement hosts

1.3.5. Subject areas and languages used in work placements

1.3.6. Duration of work placements

1.3.7. Work placement grants

1.3.8. Work placement students with special needs grants

1.3.9. Zero-grant students on work placements

1.3.10. Work placement consortia

2. Erasmus Staff Mobility

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignments

2.2.1. Introduction

2.2.2. Outbound staff on teaching assignments

2.2.3. Inbound staff on teaching assignments

2.2.4. Subject areas and languages

2.2.5. Duration of teaching assignments

2.2.6. Grants for teaching assignments

2.3. Erasmus Staff Mobility for Staff Training

2.3.1. Introduction

2.3.2. Outbound staff training

2.3.3. Inbound staff training

2.3.4. Ratio of staff training to teaching assignments

2.3.5. Staff training in companies

2.3.6. Staff composition in staff training and types of activities

2.3.7. Duration of staff training

2.3.8. Grants for staff training

3. Erasmus Intensive Language Courses (EILC)

3.1. Participation in EILC

3.2. Inbound EILC participants

3.3. Outbound EILC participants

3.4. Recognition of participation

4. Erasmus Intensive Programmes (IPs)

4.1. Number of IPs

4.2. Participation in IPs

4.3. Subject areas of IPs and ECTS awarded

4.4. Duration of IPs

5. Cooperation Projects

6. Erasmus Programme budget

6.1. The allocation and use of Erasmus funds at national level

6.2. Year-on-year trends for the four different types of mobility

List of charts Chart 1: Progress to achieving the three million student mobility target Chart 2: Outbound students by country since 2009 Chart 3: Outbound student mobility: year-on-year growth by country Chart 4: Number of students by nationality in 2011-12 Chart 5: Age distribution of students in 2011-12 Chart 6: Study exchanges and work placements by home country in 2011-12 Chart 7: Erasmus students as a proportion of the student population by country in 2010-11 Chart 8: Erasmus students as a proportion of graduates by country in 2010-11 Chart 9: Number of inbound students by country since 2009 Chart 10: Inboud and outbound students in 2011-12 Chart 11: Average duration of student mobility since 1994 Chart 12: Average duration of student mobility periods by home country since 2009 Chart 13: Average monthly EU grant for student mobility since 2000 Chart 14 Average monthly EU grant for student mobility by home country in 2011-12 Chart 15: Number of special needs grants for student mobility by home country in 2011-12 Chart 16: Number of zero-grant Erasmus students by home country in 2011-12 Chart 17: Higher Education Institutions active in Erasmus (student and staff mobility) since 2003 Chart 18: Study exchanges since 1987 Chart 19: Total number of study exchanges since 2000 by home country Chart 20: Outbound study exchanges by country since 2009 Chart 21: Inbound students on study exchanges by country since 2009 Chart 22: Inboud and outbound study exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 23: Share of subject areas in study exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 24: Languages used on study exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 25: Average duration of study exchanges since 1994 Chart 26: Average duration of study exchanges by home country since 2009 Chart 27: Distribution of duration of study exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 28: Average monthly EU grant for study exchanges since 2000 Chart 29: Average monthly EU grant distribution for study exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 30: Average monthly EU grant for study exchanges by home country since 2009 Chart 31: Number of combined placements by home country in 2011-12 Chart 32: Outbound students on work placements by country in 2011-12 Chart 33: Inbound students on work placements by country since 2009 Chart 34: Inboud and outbound students on work placements in 2011-12 Chart 35: Share of subject areas in work placements in 2011-12 Chart 36: Languages used in work placements in 2011-12 Chart 37: Average monthly duration of work placements by home country since 2009 Chart 38: Distribution of duration of work placements in 2011-12 Chart 39: Average monthly EU grant for work placements by home country since 2009 Chart 40: Work placement consortia by country in 2011-12 Chart 41: Ratio of work placements organised within and outside consortia in 2011-12 Chart 42: Growth in staff mobility since 2007 Chart 43: Outbound staff exchanges by country in 2011-12 Chart 44: Inbound staff exchanges by country in 2011-12 Chart 45: Teaching assignments since 2000 Chart 46: Outbound staff on teaching assignments by country since 2009 Chart 47: Outbound staff on teaching assignments compared to total teaching staff by country in 2010-11 Chart 48: Inbound staff on teaching assignments by country since 2009 Chart 49: Inboud and outbound staff on teaching assignments in 2011-12 Chart 50: Subject areas in study exchanges and teacher exchanges in 2011-12 Chart 51: Languages used in teaching assignments in 2011-12 Chart 52: Distribution of duration of teaching assignments in 2011-12 Chart 53: Average total EU grant for teaching assignments since 2000 Chart 54: Average total EU grant for teaching assignments by home country since 2009 Chart 55: Outbound staff on training by country in 2011-12 Chart 56: Inbound staff on training by country in 2011-12 Chart 57: Inboud and outbound staff on training in 2011-12 Chart 58: Ratio of staff training to teaching assignments by home country in 2011-12 Chart 59: Staff training in companies by host country in 2011-12 Chart 60: Category of work at home institution in 2011-12 Chart 61: Average duration of staff training by home country since 2009 Chart 62: Distribution of duration of staff training in 2011-12 Chart 63: Average total EU grant for staff training by country since 2009 Chart 64: Number of EILC courses since 2005-06 Chart 65: Student participation in EILC since 2001 Chart 66: Inbound EILC participants by country since 2009 Chart 67: EILC students as a percentage of inbound students in 2011-12 Chart 68: Outbound EILC participants by country since 2009 Chart 69: Number of IPs since 2000 Chart 70: Number of IPs by coordinating country since 2009 Chart 71: Student participation in IPs by home country since 2009 Chart 72: Teacher participation in IPs by home country since 2009 Chart 73: Distribution of IPs by first subject area in 2011-12 Chart 74: Average duration of IPs by home country in 2011-12 Chart 75: Received and selected applications for Cooperation Projects since 2007 Chart 76: Applications selected for Cooperation Projects by type since 2007 Chart 77: Participation of countries in Cooperation Projects (as coordinators and partners) since 2007 Chart 78: Number of Cooperation Project applications submitted and selected by country (coordinators) since 2007 Chart 79: Cooperation Projects – policy priorities since 2007 Chart 80: Funds for Erasmus decentralised actions since 1988 Chart 81: Erasmus decentralised funds by type in 2011-12 Chart 82: Student mobility and staff mobility: year-on-year growth by home country Chart 83: Study exchanges and work placements: year-on-year growth by home country Chart 84: Teaching assignments and staff training: year-on-year growth by home country Table 1: Student mobility in figures 2011-12 Table 2: Staff mobility in figures 2011-12 Table 3: Total grants for Cooperation Projects by type since 2007 List of maps Map 1: Outbound student mobility (study exchanges and work placements) growth since 2007 Map 2: Inbound student mobility in 2011-12 with top 15 host institutions Map 3: Inbound student mobility (study exchanges and work placements) growth since 2007 Map 4: Outbound staff mobility (teaching assignments and staff training) growth since 2007 Map 5: Inbound staff mobility (teaching assignments and staff training) growth since 2007 Map 6: Inbound staff mobility (teaching assignments and staff training) in 2011-12 with top 15 host institutions

List of annexes

Student Mobility Annex 1: Part 1: Outbound student mobility by country (1987-2006) Annex 1: Part 2: Outbound student mobility by country (2007-2011) Annex 2: Average duration of student mobility since 1994 Annex 3: Average monthly EU grant for student mobility since 1994 Annex 4: Inbound and outbound student mobility in 2011-12 Annex 5: Inbound and outbound special needs grants for student mobility in 2011-12 Annex 6: Inbound and outbound Erasmus zero-grant students in 2011-12 Annex 7: Top 100 Higher Education Institutions sending students on mobility in 2011-12 Student Mobility for Studies Annex 8: Outbound study exchanges since 1987 Annex 9: Inbound and outbound study exchanges in 2011-12 Annex 10: Inbound and outbound special needs grants for study exchanges in 2011-12 Annex 11: Inbound and outbound Erasmus zero-grant study exchanges in 2011-12 Student Mobility for Placements Annex 12: Inbound and outbound placements in 2011-12 Annex 13: Inbound and outbound special needs grants for placements in 2011-12 Annex 14: Inbound and outbound Erasmus zero-grant placements in 2011-12 Staff Mobility Annex 15: Top 100 Higher Education Institutions sending staff on mobility in 2011-12 Annex 16: Inbound and outbound staff mobility in 2011-12 Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignments Annex 17: Inbound and outbound staff on teaching assignment in 2011-12 (including invited staff from companies) Annex 18: Inbound and outbound invited staff from companies on teaching assignment in 2011-12 Annex 19: Staff on teaching assignment (total number, average duration and grant) since 1997 Staff Mobility for Staff Training Annex 20: Inbound and outbound staff on training in 2011-12 Annex 21: Inbound and outbound staff on training from university to company in 2011-12 Annex 22: Staff on training (total number, average duration and grant) since 2007 Erasmus Intensive Language Courses Annex 23: Student participation in EILC by home country in 2011-12 Intensive Programmes Annex 24: Student participation in Intensive Programmes by home country in 2011-12 Annex 25: Teacher participation in Intensive Programmes by home country in 2011-12

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Disclaimer The source of the data used in this report are the statistical reports of the National Agencies of the 33 countries participating in the Erasmus Programme for the academic year 2011-12 (Erasmus decentralised actions) and data provided by Education Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (Erasmus centralised actions). The European Commission cannot guarantee the correctness of the data despite its best efforts to ensure its accuracy.

More information on the Erasmus Programme, this report and its annexes can be found at http://ec.europa.eu-education-erasmus © European Commission, 2013 Responsible editor: Unit C1 ‘Higher Education; Erasmus’, Directorate-General for Education and Culture, European Commission, Brussels

Preface

By the time you read this report, the Erasmus Programme will have achieved its target of supporting three million student exchanges since its launch in 1987. This is a major milestone, which is testament to the enduring popularity of the European Union’s best known programme. This support for student mobility will be further strengthened through Erasmus+, the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport to be launched in 2014, which will give an additional two million students in higher education the opportunity to study or train abroad during the next seven years. These periods of time spent abroad help young people to gain the skills they need to thrive in the labour market both today and in the future. As well as boosting job prospects, mobility also contributes to personal development by opening minds to new experiences and cultures.

Erasmus is part of the EU’s current Lifelong Learning Programme, with a budget of EUR 3.1 billion for the period 2007-13. During the academic year 2011-12, 33 countries took part in the Erasmus Programme: the 27 EU Member States, Croatia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey. In 1987, 3 244 students from 11 countries spent a study period abroad under the Erasmus Programme. Some 25 years later, in 2011-12, the Programme is nearly 80 times larger, with more than 250 000 students and 46 000 staff spending a mobility period abroad.

Erasmus mobility, with its core focus on skills development, is a central element of the European Commission’s strategy to combat youth unemployment, featuring prominently in the Europe 2020 strategy for growth and jobs.

Learning mobility contributes to students’ personal development and equips them with a wide range of competences and skills that are increasingly valued by employers – from foreign languages and greater intercultural awareness, to quick adaptability to changes and an entrepreneurial mindset. In this way, mobility boosts job prospects and encourages labour market mobility later in life.

Since its launch in 1987, the Erasmus Programme has seen a constant increase not only in the number of students taking part, but also in the quality and diversity of the activities proposed.



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