Webinar for HEIs on European Student Card

By Aoileann Ní Bhroin

Posted: 23 February, 2018

The European Council concluded on 14 December that the Commission should develop a European Student Card to facilitate mobility and data exchange between Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) throughout Europe, as part of European leaders’ vision to facilitate mobility abroad for all young people.

In that context a webinar on the latest Erasmus+ digital developments in the field of Higher Education is being arranged with a view to the future programme beyond 2020 being made easier to administrate.

Among these initiatives are the Erasmus+ Mobile App, Online Learning Agreement and Erasmus Without Paper. These developments will prove key in underpinning a truly digital Erasmus+ administrative framework in Higher Education – the sooner that HEIs begin offering a truly digital Erasmus+ experience to their participants, the better prepared they will be for the next incarnation of Erasmus+ from 2021, to the great benefit of both students and staff.

The webinar’s objective is to inform Higher Education Institutions of these developments, as well as to spark interest in how to get involved and pioneer these tools. The webinar will take place at 14:00-16:00 on Wednesday 28 February. The link to be used is the following:



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