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Higher education student and staff mobility project
Date du début: 1 juin 2014, Date de fin: 31 mai 2016 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

Rennes 2 University offers courses in the arts, literature, languages, humanities, social sciences and sports sciences which are linked to 19 research units. It has 24,000 students, 12% of whom are international, 63% are female, and 40% receive government grants. The International Office (SRI) helps to develop internationalization within the university: it is in charge of coordinating the activities listed in the Institutional Contract under the control of the International Affairs Commission (CAI). It plays a central role in the implementation of international mobility (especially Erasmus+ mobility) and, with the support of the Vice President for International Relations, contributes to the development of the University’s European and international activities. Rennes 2 University offers international opportunities (international mobility, support for projects) both for students and staff, and aims to develop the internationalization of its courses by using the potential of the Erasmus + programme. This presentation of Rennes 2 University’s Erasmus+ project is set in a context that has been evolving since its launch in 2014. The University’s Declaration of European and International Strategy highlighted the objective of making the university’s international activities more visible. Putting the new Erasmus + programme into operation has entailed a necessary change in mobility management procedures as well as extra support for participants in the Erasmus + programme. It has also been necessary to proceed by successive steps to introduce: - An "evaluation" approach to the overview of international activities, - A constant search for possible synergies at the crossroads of research and training, - A communication strategy aimed at promoting and analysing the impact of projects. However, there is still room for improvement, particularly concerning: - The internationalization of teaching programmes, - Doctoral mobility and internships, - Staff mobility, especially that of administrative staff, - The development of partnerships for internships, -The harmonization of practices relating to the recognition of international mobility, - The analysis of the impact of international mobility, - External communication With this in mind, the new management team ( in place since April 2015 ) has already planned to address these issues in its Institutional agenda (Institutional Contract 2017-2021). Preparation for the new Erasmus + programme provided the opportunity to review existing partnerships and update our database of Erasmus Programme agreements. 205 Erasmus agreements are listed for 2014-2015, and the 6 most represented European countries are, in descending order: Germany, Italy, Spain, the UK, Poland and Portugal. The main countries of destination (Erasmus outgoing mobility) are as follows in descending order: Spain, the UK, Germany, Ireland and Italy. The main countries of origin (Erasmus incoming mobility) are as follows in descending order: Germany, Spain, the UK, Italy and Ireland.