Mobility Scoreboard: Higher education background report – 2022/2023
Experiencing transnational mobility during education and training is a major boost in the life of many young people. Despite the added value that learner mobility brings and the increasing opportunities available, the path towards the free movement of students, researchers and trainees is still hampered by a number of obstacles. The purpose of the Mobility Scoreboard is to monitor progress made by European countries in promoting, and removing obstacles to, learning mobility.
The report provides updated information on six scoreboard indicators in the areas of information and guidance, foreign language preparation, portability of grants and loans, support for disadvantaged learners, recognition of learning outcomes through the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and recognition of qualifications. The indicators are also available on the Mobility Scoreboard website.
The report is based on qualitative data gathered by the Eurydice Network on top-level policies and measures, mainly in tertiary education. The reference year of the report is the 2022/2023 academic year. All 27 EU Member States are covered as well as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Türkiye.