International Student Mobility: A Geodemographic Perspective
International Student Mobility: A Geodemographic Perspective
Descrição

International Student Mobility (ISM) is frequently studied in regard to issues such as employability and European identity. Less prominent in prior studies has been consideration of the socio-demographic aspect of ISM. Of specific concern are issues in regard to access to platforms such as the European Commission’s Erasmus programme, including differentials according to gender, socio-economic background and academic discipline. Added to this is the geodemographic dimension of institutional mobility: while new opportunities are being opened-up outside of the European Union as part of the outreach function of the Erasmus+ initiative, access to publically-supported mobility chances are becoming restricted within certain regions within the EU, a situation related to the austerity policies associated with the economic crisis in the Mediterranean countries and elsewhere. This project studies ISM along these two vectors, with a scientific aim of identify ideas for improving access to student mobility and addressing current deficits in provision.

Parceiros Internos
Centro de Investigação Grupo de Investigação Papel no Projeto Data de Início Data de Fim
CIES-IUL Família, Gerações e Saúde Líder 2015-02-01 2018-01-31
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Equipa de Projeto
Nome Afiliação Papel no Projeto Data de Início Data de Fim
David Cairns CIES-IUL [Família, Gerações e Saúde] Investigador 2015-02-01 2018-01-31
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Código/Referência Tipo de Financiamento Entidade Financiadora Programa de Financiamento País Valor Financiado (Global) Valor Financiado (Local) Data de Início Data de Fim
SFRH/BPD/103320/2014 Bolsa FCT Bolsa Pós Doutoramento Portugal 53820 53820 2015-02-01 2018-01-31
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International Student Mobility: A Geodemographic Perspective
2015-02-01
2018-01-31