Support for the European Graduate Tracking Initiative (EGTI)
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Tracking the careers of graduates can help improve education systems. Experience abroad during studies, the design of the learning environment and study-related work experience are factors that contribute to the acquisition of competences and help to determine the basis for later success on the labour market. What do graduates do after obtaining their qualifications, and how do they self-assess the relevance of their studies are key questions.
The European Graduate Tracking Initiative (EGTI) aims to establish a Europe-wide mechanism for tracking graduates and thus provide the basis for collecting comparative data on the effectiveness of higher education across Europe. Involving stakeholders from EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, the roll-out of EGTI forms part of an intensive international cooperation. 3s is supporting the European Commission in the establishment, coordination, implementation and monitoring of a capacity-building programme in this area as part of an international consortium.
Project: Capacity building for a European graduate tracking initiative
Contact: Sigrid Mannsberger-Nindl
Client: GD EAC, Generaldirektion Bildung, Jugend, Sport und Kultur der Europäischen Kommission
Duration: 07/2020 – 03/2022