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Making mobility programmes more inclusive for students with disabilities Inclusive Mobility - Booklet of policy recommendations and good practices

Publication - English, Belgium - 04/09/2021

This booklet is based on the full research report: Making Mobility Programmes more Inclusive for Students with Disabilities Inclusive Mobility - Research Report. The project 'Establishing a thought-out Policy Framework for Inclusive Mobility across Europe' (EPFIME)  project has examined in-depth the needs and expectations with regard to inclusive mobility of students with disabilities, higher education institutions, and national authorities across the EHEA, while focusing on how higher education institutions and national authorities can collaborate more strongly to increase the quality and the transportability of support services for both incoming and outgoing students with disabilities in mobility programmes. This booklet has consolidated the research findings into the six most pressing main issues to be addressed. In addition to key facts and figures concerning the identified issues, good practices and recommendations are pointed out.

Authors: Valérie Van Hees - Dominique Montagnese - Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education

  • Area: Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion, Applications, grants and funding, Support services, Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion , Applications, grants and funding
  • Sector/field: Higher Education
  • Relevant for: Higher Education Institution, National Agency, Ministry of Education, Student, Other

Making mobility programmes more inclusive for students with disabilities Inclusive Mobility - Guidelines for higher education institutions

Publication - English, Ireland - 04/09/2021

The Inclusive Mobility Guidelines provide higher education institutions with tips, tricks and advice to implement the inclusive mobility framework at institutional and address areas for improvement identified through use of the self-assessment tool. The guidelines are part of the EPFIME project. The project Establishing a thought-out Policy Framework for Inclusive Mobility across Europe (EPFIME) has extensively researched the barriers and enablers of inclusive mobility and disabilities from different perspectives through in-depth desk research and three large-scale surveys, the first of their kind ever to be conducted. These surveys collected data through online questionnaires from three key target groups: students with disabilities (1,134), higher education institutions (114) and ministries of education (23) across the EHEA. 

Authors: Lorraine Gallagher - Dara Ryder - AHEAD

  • Area: Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion, Applications, grants and funding, Support services, Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion , Applications, grants and funding
  • Sector/field: Higher Education
  • Relevant for: Higher Education Institution, National Agency, Ministry of Education, Student, Other

Making mobility programmes more inclusive for students with disabilities Inclusive Mobility - Research Report

Publication - English, Belgium - 09/04/2021

The project 'Establishing a thought-out Policy Framework for Inclusive Mobility across Europe' (EPFIME) has examined in-depth the needs and expectations with regard to inclusive mobility of students with disabilities, higher education institutions and national authorities across the EHEA, while focusing on how higher education institutions and national authorities can collaborate more strongly to increase the quality and the transportability of support services for both incoming and outgoing students with disabilities in mobility programmes. A number of research methodologies were employed, including a desk research and focus group sessions with relevant stakeholders; as well as bespoke surveys for students with disabilities, higher education institutions and Ministries of Education. 1,134 student responses, 114 higher education institution responses and 23 Ministries of Education participated in the surveys. 

Authors: Valérie Van Hees - Dominique Montagnese - Support Centre Inclusive Higher Education

  • Area: Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion, Applications, grants and funding, Support services, Inclusion in mobility strategies, Awareness and cooperation, Information provision and promotion , Applications, grants and funding
  • Sector/field: Higher Education
  • Relevant for: Higher Education Institution, National Agency, Ministry of Education, Student, Other