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Erasmus. Erasmus Policy statement (EPS)

Our Institutiom through these actions aims to obtain an improvement in the current teaching process, to reach the incorporation of new students to this type of projects, to raise the interest of the students in our grades, but above all, to improve the perception of our Educational Community on this Type of projects that fosters the European dimension of our students.

Especially, higher education can benefit greatly from the contributions derived from these exchanges, since we are trained in subjects that require a broad knowledge of the markets of the other European countries.

Another of the expected impacts is the improvement of the linguistic competence in foreign languages of our students, with the aim of improving their employability.

Our center already has some experience in international programs, both in the old Comenius and Erasmus +, proof of their involvement and our goal at present is to extend this to the students of Vocational Training, central to the current European economic strategy.

The Participation in the Erasmus program will have a strong impact on the modernization of our school and we would like to achieve the following objectives:

1. Tackling future skills mismatches and promoting excellence in skills development

The Spanish Educational System is trying to increase the number of higher education students, reducing the early dropout and encouraging a culture of lifelong learning. This kind of training can allow the integration of skills acquired during previous work experience. The possibility of participating in the Erasmus + program offers the opportunity to learn more about the active successful experiences in other countries and to increase the quality.

2. Building inclusive and connected higher education systems

Living foreing experiences related to higher education systems will build strong links between the visited countries, exposing differences and similarities of them. This will provide our school a widen vision of these other realities so these experiences would help us to improve our own practice.

3. Ensuring higher education institutions contribute to innovation

The participation in mobility and cooperation programmes is fundamental in order to the exchange of new knowledge, innovation and research. The possibility of being aware of other people’s ways of working will allow the students involved will adquire other tools for developing their future work.

4. Supporting effective and efficient higher education systems

One of the most important aspects of our higher education system is their bounderies to the labour market. We think that carrying out these mobilities willl improve the effectiveness of our way of working and also the reality of our school, making us more efficient, encouraging our students to tackle their professional future in their country and in the other participating countries.