Is student engagement recognised and valued within academic curricula? What are the recognition and support mechanisms of student engagement in higher education institutions (HEIs) in Europe? How do the institutions organise the recognition of student engagement?
Coordinated by the partners from the Volunteer Centre of the University of Warsaw, with the support of the European STEP project consortium, a survey on the recognition of student engagement was disseminated from February 19th to April 29th 2019. The survey interrogated institutions in Europe on their support mechanisms focusing especially on the recognition of student engagement. The purpose was to collect objective data on the institutions’ strategies and policies in this matter: can students’ activities in the context of student engagement lead to formal validation in their academic life?
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If you need any further information:
- About the survey and report, you can contact Katarzyna Kucharska, Project Coordinator at the Volunteer Centre of the University of Warsaw (Poland): email@example.com.
- About the study, you can contact Lola Bonnet-Pol, European research officer at Animafac (France): firstname.lastname@example.org.