Under the notion that students are increasingly considered as a whole, not just as individuals in training, the “Well-being Innovations for Students in Europe” (WISE) project aims to contribute to the well-being of students in Europe, as a factor for academic success and attractiveness of higher education institutions.
Funding: Erasmus+ Key Action 2 – Cooperation partnerships in Higher Education
Project budget: 381, 678 €
Length: 3 years
The project’s objectives are:
- Acquire and disseminate accurate knowledge on initiatives and good practices for student well-being in European countries and institutions;
- Provide higher education institutions and engaged students with tools and support for the development of innovative practices in terms of student well-being;
- Promote, enhance and advocate for a better consideration of student well-being toward national and European public authorities.
Partners: Animafac, European Student Union, Charles University of Prague, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra, Transilvania University of Brasov, European University Foundation.