The focus of this year´s survey was to investigate the full-degree mobility and language learning.

Some of the key results are:

  • Students generally improve the language of tuition after their stay abroad. This is particularly true for English (34%), German (43.7%), French (61.9%), Spanish (68.3%) and Italian (75.8%)
  • 61% of students continue practising their Erasmus languages after their period abroad
  • 9.0% of students that have taken a full degree abroad encounter problems with regards to the recognition of their degree
  • Amongst the non-mobile students, 76% would consider studying abroad if they were guaranteed a part-time job or a paid internship in the host country

You can find the full Research report in the following LINK: