For Students

International Credit Mobility for Students



What is Student International Credit Mobility?

International Credit Mobility for students is an activity within Key Action 1 (KA107) of Erasmus Plus Programme. International Credit mobility for students can be defined as a limited period of studying abroad (in the framework of on-going studies at a home institution) for the purpose of gaining credits. After the mobility phase, students return to their home institution, where the credits are recognised and they complete their studies.

The mobility activities are meant to achieve the following outcomes:

·        Improved learning performance

·        Enhanced employability and improved career prospects

·        Increased sense of initiative and entrepreneurship

·        Increased self-empowerment and self-esteem

·        Improved foreign language competences

·        Enhanced intercultural awareness

·        More active participation in society

·       Increased motivation for taking part in future (formal/non-formal) education or training after the          mobility period abroad.

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