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Report
European Higher Education for
the World – Studies and
Promotion
Erasmus Mundus project No 2004-3183/001-002 MUN MUNB41
Dr Katarzyna Hadaś
Adam Mickiewicz University
Project duration: 2004-2007
Grant: 110 430 €
Consortium:
1. Adam Mickiewicz University –
Poland
2. University of Hanover –
Germany
3. University of Zaragoza - Spain
Co-ordinator
Dr. Hadaś Katarzyna
International Office AMU
Third countries partner
Universities
•
University of Indiana
in Pennsylvania –
USA
•
Peking University –
China
•
University of Buenos
Aires – Argentina
•
National University
of Mongolia Mongolia
•
National Kyrgyz
UniversityKyrgyzstan
Main project outcomes
• I. Promotion
CD promoting European Higher Education and
Mundus program –500 copies for students in selected
third countries + access from website
Presentations at 3 conferences and organisation of 5
seminars in 3rd countries - Promotion of the idea of
non-EU students’ mobility towards EU universities
and Erasmus Mundus program – 2000 individuals
• II. Studies (on 1500 students)
2 publications – 200 copies of each for EU and non-EU
institutions
I. Promotion
1.CD "GET THE MASTER DEGREE IN EUROPE”
I. Promotion
2.Conferences and seminars
Conference title
Date/ Place
Target region
“Global Networking into the Future2. Higher
Education Institutions facing the Knowledge
Society/Economy and GATS”.
VII/2005. Vera
Cruz/ Mexico
Central and
South America
“Higher Education : International Trends &
Local Sustainability”
V/2006 Tashkent
/Uzbekistan
Central Asia
and Russia
International Education and Resource Network VI/2007 Cairo/
iEARN - 14th Annual International
Egypt
Conference- „Connecting Cultures Respecting
Differences”.
North Africa
Seminars in: China, the US, Argentina, Mongolia
Kyrgyzsztan
II. Studies
•
Research in 1st Stage:
Research in EU (PL, DE, ES) and non-EU countries (US,
China, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Argentina)
non-EU students’ experience (who studied in Europe) and
their willingness to study in EU HEIs and
attractiveness of Europe as educational destination
(not studied)
1200 non-EU students’ – questionaires and interviews
•
Research in 2nd Stage– Mundus students
Mundus students’ experience
Mundus courses assessment in students’ perception
250 MUNDUS non-EU students - questionaires and essays
II. Studies
Publication 1
II. Studies
Publication 1
European Higher Education for the World –
Studies on Students’ Mobility
- analyses of experiences reported by students
who have benefited from having lived and
studied in European universities
- discusses the attractiveness of European higher
education for the young people living in nonEU countries.
II. Studies
Publication 2
• Qualitative analysis – answers to open
questions, essays; in-depth look into individual
experience and (subjective) perception of
quality of EMMC, satisfaction
• the aim (foreseen)
– not to evaluate particular EMMC!
– to show problems, difficulties and students’
suggestions of improvement, changes
• the aim not envisaged - promotional material
Research on Mundus students
Master title/ Number of respondents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
Aeronautics and Space Technology
EuMAS 5
AGRIS MUNDUS 11
ALGANT – Algebra, Geometry and
Number Theory 3
AMASE : Advanced Materials Science
and biotechnologies 2
Applied Ethics 8
Computational Logic 23
Crossways in European Humanities 5
EMMS –Materials Science 8
EMIN – Economics and Management of
Network Industries 3
EURO-AQUAE – Euro HydroInformatics and Water Management 16
Forestry MSc EF – Master of Science in
European 20
FUSION-EP –Nuclear Fusion Science
and Engineering Physics 7
Global Studies 10
International Health 4
15. Legal Practice 16
16. Lifelong Learning MA LLL 2
17. M.E.S.C. : Materials for Energy
Storage and Conversion 8
18. MEEES - Earthquake Engineering
and Engineering Seismology 3
19. MERIT –Information and
Communication Technologies 1
20. MONABIPHOT – Molecular nanoand bio-photonics 6
21. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
EMM-Nano 11
22. Quaternary and Prehistory 31
23. Rural Development 7
24. Special Education Needs MA SEN 7
25. MSPME – Masters in Strategic
Project Management 8
26. WOP-P – Master on Work,
Organisational and Personnel
Psychology 2
27. Vintage”, Vine, Wine and Terroir
Management 2
Total 229
PROJECT OUTPUTS - TARGET GROUPS
PUBLICATIONS:
EU international offices personnel, Mundus action 1 and 3 coordinators and EC staff –
recommendations:
• how to raise EU HEIs attractiveness for students from other continents?
• how to make recruitment of non-European students more efficient?
• how to prepare EU institutions and their staff for better facilitating their stay and study in
Europe?
•
How the Mundus program is seen by students? What can be improved?
PUBLICATIONS, CD, PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES & SEMINARS
Non- EU universities - (in Argentina, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, China) - for study abroad
advisors, IRO staff
• understanding of the cultural and educational obstacles and possibilities in Europe,
• Mundus realia
Non -EU students
• for prospective exchange students from all over the world - valuable information from
first-hand experience of their peers who have studied in EU.
• learning on experience of students who studied on Mundus MC
• promotion of EMMC

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