Erasmus Policy Statement

Our trajectory in European Programs is wide, since 2010 our Vocational Training students have the possibility of doing their training periods in Europe, we have already carried out 7 successful projects. The "National Quality Award 2011", was a high recognition received from our National Agency. This was a great impeller to prestige our Training Degrees, and we want to consolidate this prestige by keeping our School as a reference in Mobility Programs. That is why we want to extend
our Erasmus to the Higher Education taught in our School: The Higher Degree of Early Childhood Education.

We have participated in multiple Conferences and Seminars, both in our region and abroad, as an example of good practices and we have inspired other Schools to take a step further offering their students the unforgettable experience that Erasmus + supposes for each one of the participants.
With regard to Higher Education, in order to choose our partners, the first thing we are to do is a survey amongst the students, so that we can make a list of students who are interested in European mobility. Personal interviews will also be conducted. After that, we will distribute the interests of the students within the professional family.

We will contact the company not only through e-mail but also we will try to stablish personal links that guarantee the good reception of our students and the suitability of the planned training program, so that the interests of the company and the students agree.
The objectives for the students are based on the increase of their competences: the scientific, linguistic and the social competence, and in the increase of the specific capabilities and professional competences related to the Early Childhood Education. Original language.

The participation of our school in the European mobility program will definitively have an important impact on the five
established areas reflected in the following way:
- Increasing the number of graduates of higher education at all levels. Our institution will promote European mobility among students;
- Improve the quality and relevance of human capital development in higher education. The contact with others European institutions offer us new methodologies and techniques available for Higher Vocational Training, so that students will have many more opportunities to improve their skills for the labor market in the near future;
- To create an effective organization and financing mechanisms in support of excellence. The educational system strives for excellence in all stages, and motivation in vocational training is of great importance. Therefore European programs will lead us to develop other strategies focused on excellence;
- Reinforce the knowledge triangle between education, research and business. Connecting with the current trend of Dual Vocational Training, the three focus groups should always maintain a direct contact for the improvement of our students and their future in the real market.
- Furthermore, the international mobility of students, researchers and staff, as well as the growing Internationalization of higher education, have a strong impact on quality and affect each of these key areas.

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