Student mobility and procedures for the recognition of periods of study abroad (full text in Greek)
The present paper aims to contribute to the discussion regarding the (administrative) barriers that may arise regarding the participation of students in mobility actions at the level of Higher Education. The study of the relevant international literature has shown that problems of an administrative kind that arise either during or on return from mobility schemes in the context of the ERASMUS+ may act as an obstacle to enhancing the participation of young students in the programme. In this context, in this paper, after describing the framework of mobility and detailing the procedures followed and the bureaucracy that accompanies the programme, we aim to highlight the problem areas and mismatches that may arise and create barriers to the recognition of periods of study abroad and, more generally, to mobility.
Mobility, ERAMSUS+, barriers to mobility, procedures for the recognition of periods of study, ECHE, Learning Agreement