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Erasmus Programme. GEP – Studies and Planning Office João Fernandes Rui Mendes. Erasmus Students Profile Motivations Expectations Academic/Culture experience. Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus.

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Erasmus Programme

GEP – Studies and Planning OfficeJoão FernandesRui Mendes

Erasmus Students Profile

Motivations

Expectations

Academic/Culture experience


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Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus

Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam lived and worked in many places in Europe to expand his knowledge and gain new insights, and left his fortune to the University of Basel in Switzerland.

It was later given the ackronym European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students



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OUTGOING STUDENTS

Survey Method = data by official inquiry

Survey Year = 2002-03/2006-07

Response Rate = 77%

N = 667


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Where we go to…

IST Erasmus Students distribution, by destination (2002/03-2006/07)


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Motivations/Expectations

  • Main motivations for participating in the Erasmus Programme (1 to 5 scale):

    • Cultural experience (4,5), mainly in Eastern Europe

    • Professional experience (4,2), mainly in Central Europe

  • Expectations:

    • Equalled/Surpassed (82.6%)

    • Goal achievement (96.3%)


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Global Satisfaction(1 to 5 Scale: 1 “Weak”; 5 “Excellent”)

Erasmus experience from a personal point of view

4,8

Global satisfaction with the Erasmus experience

4,5

Erasmus experience from an academic point of view

4,2

Professional skills contribution

4,2


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INCOMING STUDENTS

Survey Methodology = application by e-mail

Survey Year = 2003-04/2006-07

Response Rate = 10%

N = 631


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Where they come from …

Foreign Erasmus Students distribution, by country of origin (2003/04-2006/07)


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Top 4 Erasmus Motivations

75%

64%

Environment Change

Language Skills development

Experience an attractive country

Academic Knowledge/Skills improvement


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IST – Why ?

CULTURE

+

REPUTATION


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IST – Why ?

90% of incoming students had the possibility to choose their destination Country/Institution

Out of these, 73.8% choose IST as their first option


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Inhibiting Factors

THE FEAR ISN’T ENOUGH TO STOP THE ERASMUS EXPERIENCE



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Erasmus impact on language skills

5-Fluency

3,8

1,3

1-Absense


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Knowing IST

  • Main Sources of information about the Course Plan:

IT skills provide the information access, but….IST too!


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Knowing ISTPrevious knowledge of the experience conditions

  • Academic content of the interchange program (36% well informed)

  • Accommodation financial conditions (34% well informed)

  • Accommodation and hosting conditions (48% less informed)

  • Everyday life (39% less informed)

MORE

LESS


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Accessing study materials

5-Excelent

3,9

3,8

3,7

3,7

1-Weak


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Integrating Erasmus Students

5-Excelent

4,0

3,9

3,2

1-Weak


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Experiencing Erasmus in IST

IMPROVING ASPECTS:

  • Accommodation

  • Language

  • Integrating with local

    students

20% of incoming students didn´t point out any improving aspects

POSITIVE ASPECTS:

Environment

IST

Culture

Teachers


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Experiencing Erasmus in IST

26.5% of the students considered the IST programmes to be more practical than those in their institution of origin

7% - Erasmus experience has been a major driver for students to work abroad


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Global Satisfaction(1 to 5 Scale: 1 “Weak”; 5 “Excellent”)

Erasmus experience from a personal point of view

4,7

Global satisfaction with the Erasmus experience

4,6

Erasmus experience from an academic point of view

3,7

Teaching quality in the respective IST study area

3,9


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Global Satisfaction

Teaching quality

Study Resources

Academic

strenghtness

Portugal &

Lisbon

attractiveness

96% of the students recommend IST for “experiencing Erasmus”.

TYFYA - Thank you for your attention


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