STORY research is investigating the accessibility and quality of study and training mobility. STORY Survey 2014 will not only analyse the accessibility and quality of study and training mobility programmes but will also survey obstacles, especially the ones related to recognition, and expectations observed by the main actors involved in mobility for studies and traineeships (Students, Higher Education Institutions, National Agencies and Receiving Companies/Organisations).
In the frame of the dissemination of the results from this research, ESN edited the Student Guidebook, which aims to guide international students step-by-step through the process of academic recognition before, during and after their exchange experience.
For whom is this guidebook?
For both incoming and outgoing students, this brief and comprehensive compendium shows the recognition process step by step, explaining the rights and obligations of exchange students (for study and training mobility). By respecting all these steps, international students maximize their chances of getting full academic recognition at the end of the year.
In the frame of the STORY project, we have the pleasure to launch the new ordering period of the new updated edition of ESN Student Guidebook for the upcoming semester.
Who can order Student Guidebook and when?
National agencies, Higher Educations Institutions, European Institutions, ESN National boards, ESN local sections...
The ordering period of student guidebooks is from now until Monday 23 June 2014, 23.59 GMT.