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ESNSurvey 2011
Results, Recommendation
s and Future Work
Your Regional Platform
City, Month 2012
Speaker
Agenda
About the ESNSurvey
ESNSurvey 2011
• ESNSurvey Team 2011
• General Information
• Selected results
• Recommendations...
ABOUT THE ESNSurvey
Any idea what the ESNSurvey is?
ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
About the ESNSurvey
Annual European-wide research project
Different topics of mobility and education
Students at higher ed...
ESNSurvey 2011
Is Erasmus related to labor maket?
Are exchange students more skilled to work abroad?
ESNSurvey 2011 | Spea...
ESNSurvey 2011 Team
ESNSurvey 2011 Team
• Coordinator: Emanuel Alfranseder (Germany/Sweden), PhD Student
in Economics.
• J...
ESNSurvey 2011
Online from July 14, 2011 until November
20, 2011.
Title: Exchange, Employment and Added Value
Promoted via...
ESNSurvey 2011
Exchange, Employment and Added Value
• Increasing student mobility to increase labor mobility
• Other lines...
Average Satisfaction with the
experience abroad
ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
57.0%
32.9%
53.4%
38.1%
29.4%
40.5%
32.3%
37.3%
3...
Average self-evaluation of various skills (On a
scale from 1 (Very Low) to 5 (Very High), n=5,994-
14,996).
ESNSurvey 2011...
Comparison of factors discouraging respondents from
working abroad (On a scale from 1 (totally disagree) to
5 (totally agr...
Behavioural changes regarding environmental
issues after a stay abroad, per activity
(n=15,034).
ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
...
Average satisfaction with ESN’s and other student
organisations’ activities (On a scale from 1 (very
dissatisfied) to 5 (v...
Work of ESN volunteers encouraging
respondents to do volunteer work themselves
(n=8,176).
ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
42.8%
1...
Recommendations (For national
governments and EU decision makers)
Student mobility subsequently enhances labor
mobility!
T...
Recommendations (For national
governments and EU decision makers)
Encourage the use of mobility programs as a tool
to enha...
Recommendations (For national
governments and EU decision makers)
Implement new support services for graduates
who move ab...
FUTURE WORK
Is this project going to continue?
What should I do?
ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
Future work
ESNSurvey 2012 Exchange: Creating
Ideas, Opportunities and Identity
(2012), currently online until 31st Octobe...
ESNSurvey Team
New ESNSurvey Team 2012
• Coordinator: Julia Fellinger (Austria), MA Socioeconomics
• IB Responsible: Emanu...
Future work
It is your turn to promote it and use these results
• Promotion to Universities, Stakeholders and Commercial
P...
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    1. 1. ESNSurvey 2011 Results, Recommendation s and Future Work Your Regional Platform City, Month 2012 Speaker
    2. 2. Agenda About the ESNSurvey ESNSurvey 2011 • ESNSurvey Team 2011 • General Information • Selected results • Recommendations ESNSurvey 2012 Contact ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    3. 3. ABOUT THE ESNSurvey Any idea what the ESNSurvey is? ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    4. 4. About the ESNSurvey Annual European-wide research project Different topics of mobility and education Students at higher education institutions, average response rate: 10,000. (2011: 21,000) Since 2005, biggest regular European research project entirely by volunteers ESN network and partners to reach students Important for ESN´s visibility (Commission, NAs and Universities pay attention) ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    5. 5. ESNSurvey 2011 Is Erasmus related to labor maket? Are exchange students more skilled to work abroad? ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    6. 6. ESNSurvey 2011 Team ESNSurvey 2011 Team • Coordinator: Emanuel Alfranseder (Germany/Sweden), PhD Student in Economics. • Julia Fellinger (Austria), MA Graduate of Socioeconomics. • Jesús Escriva (Spain), BA Graduate, Polytechnic University of Valencia. • Ewa Krzaklewska (Poland), PhD Student in Sociology. • Asror Nigmonov (Uzbekistan), MA Student, Uni. of Southern Denmark • Josefin Svensson (Sweden), International Board ESN. • Marge Taivere (Estonia), MA Student in Social Sciences. ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    7. 7. ESNSurvey 2011 Online from July 14, 2011 until November 20, 2011. Title: Exchange, Employment and Added Value Promoted via the whole ESN network and many universities, national agencies and partner organisations helped gather answers First time it is promoted to all students at HEIs We obtained more than 21,000 answers ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    8. 8. ESNSurvey 2011 Exchange, Employment and Added Value • Increasing student mobility to increase labor mobility • Other lines of research • Relation between mobility and environment • Satisfaction with students organization • Impact of exchange on volunteering ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    9. 9. Average Satisfaction with the experience abroad ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker 57.0% 32.9% 53.4% 38.1% 29.4% 40.5% 32.3% 37.3% 3.6% 12.8% 4.7% 11.1% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Satisfaction with stay abroad during the studies Satisfaction with the quality of studies abroad Satisfaction with stay abroad during the internship/placeme… Satisfaction with the quality of the internship/placeme… very satisfied rather satisfied neither dissatisfied nor satisfied rather dissatisfied very dissatisfied
    10. 10. Average self-evaluation of various skills (On a scale from 1 (Very Low) to 5 (Very High), n=5,994- 14,996). ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker 3.6 3.8 3.5 3.3 3.1 3.6 3.7 2.3 3.9 3.8 4.0 3.6 3.5 3.3 4.1 4.0 2.9 4.1 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 5.0 Analytical skills Problem - solving Creativity Networking Negotiating Working in intercultural teams Communication Other foreign languages English as a foreign language Mobile Non-Mobile
    11. 11. Comparison of factors discouraging respondents from working abroad (On a scale from 1 (totally disagree) to 5 (totally agree), n=2,388-20,929) ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker 3.2 3.2 3.3 3.4 2.9 3.1 3.0 3.1 2.9 2.7 2.5 2.6 2.2 3.7 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.2 3.0 3.0 2.7 2.4 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 Have studied abroad Not Studied Abroad but want to study abroad Not studied abroad and does not want to study abroad or is unsure
    12. 12. Behavioural changes regarding environmental issues after a stay abroad, per activity (n=15,034). ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker 5% 7% 7% 9% 13% 14% 15% 16% 15% 20% 23% 22% 24% 35% 31% 21% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Renewing the nature Littering Energy consumption Avoiding waste Separating waste Public Transport Walking Biking Yes, I totally changed my behaviour Yes, I changed my behaviour a bit Yes, but I didn’t change my behaviour No, I did not see any more efficient practices
    13. 13. Average satisfaction with ESN’s and other student organisations’ activities (On a scale from 1 (very dissatisfied) to 5 (very satisfied), n= 3640-7620). ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    14. 14. Work of ESN volunteers encouraging respondents to do volunteer work themselves (n=8,176). ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker 42.8% 10.8% 7.4% 32.8% 6.2% 0.0% 5.0%10.0%15.0%20.0%25.0%30.0%35.0%40.0%45.0% No Yes, joined ESN at home university Yes, joined different voluntary organisation Yes, interested in joining a volunteer organization, but not done it yet Yes, volunteering for different initiatives, but I am not interested in joining any particular organisation
    15. 15. Recommendations (For national governments and EU decision makers) Student mobility subsequently enhances labor mobility! Therefore European policy makers & stakeholders should support international mobility by: • Ensuring funding • Institutional support • Early promotion (e.g. "Erasmus in Schools") • Timely and adequate information provision ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    16. 16. Recommendations (For national governments and EU decision makers) Encourage the use of mobility programs as a tool to enhance employability, personal development, enriching societies and creating European unity and citizenship. Simplify procedures for students and graduates to work abroad. Where applicable, visas requirements and residence permits should be designed to facilitate access to a traineeship experience abroad. ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    17. 17. Recommendations (For national governments and EU decision makers) Implement new support services for graduates who move abroad and help them with legal issues and provide essential information. University career services should be open towards international job offerings. Environment related behavior changes according to availability: we recommend schemes of adapting best environment practices from our neighbors in Europe. ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    18. 18. FUTURE WORK Is this project going to continue? What should I do? ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    19. 19. Future work ESNSurvey 2012 Exchange: Creating Ideas, Opportunities and Identity (2012), currently online until 31st October • Entrepreneurship • Social Networks • European Citizenship • Student associations ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    20. 20. ESNSurvey Team New ESNSurvey Team 2012 • Coordinator: Julia Fellinger (Austria), MA Socioeconomics • IB Responsible: Emanuel Alfranseder (Germany/Sweden), PhD Student in Economics • Milena Dolezelova (Canada/Czech Republic), BA Psychology, MA International Education Administration • Jesús Escrivá (Spain), MA Biomedical Engineering • Eleni Kalantzi (Greece), MA Economics and International Economics • Ewa Krzaklewska (Poland), PhD Student in Sociology • Karina Oborune (Latvia), PhD Student in Political Science • Jurgita Stasiukaityte (Lithuania), BA Economic Analysis, MA Business Analytics ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    21. 21. Future work It is your turn to promote it and use these results • Promotion to Universities, Stakeholders and Commercial Partners • Develop Erasmus in School activities Previous reports and all current updates can be found online: http://www.esn.org/content/esnsurvey Any requests and feedback can be sent to survey- team@esn.org ESNSurvey 2011 | Speaker
    22. 22. Thank you for your attention
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