Erasmus Mundus Graduate Impact Survey 2015
Erasmus Mundus Graduate Impact Survey 2015 was published. What do new students and prospective students expect from a European masters programme, and how do Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses fulfil these expectations? Which opportunities for career and personal development do Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Courses already offer and which will they be able to offer in the future? These are the main questions tackled in this comprehensive Survey focused on finding out which effects the programme has on students and graduates, and to detect which factors contribute to the personal and professional development of the Erasmus Mundus graduates.
The survey contains questions regarding career perspectives and the development of skills acquired through the programme, as well as personal and social development.Participation in the study thus allows students or alumni the opportunity to have a profile of their personal strengths and cultural imprint produced, anonymously and without cost. The results of the survey can be found here.
The Graduate Impact Survey (GIS) is carried out every year since 2009 by the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA).
Erasmus Mundus was a cooperation and mobility programme in the field of higher education that aimed to enhance the quality of European higher education and to promote dialogue and understanding between people and cultures through cooperation between Europe and the rest of the world. In 2014, Erasmus Mundus was integrated into new Erasmus+ programme for education, training, youth and sport.