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II. Methodology
1. Common methodological framework of the study
2. Measuring competences as basis for employability
3. Quantitative approach
4. Qualitative approach
III. Coverage of the survey
1. Quantitative survey
1.1 Response
1.2 Distribution by field of study
1.3 Background of respondents
1.3.1 Year of graduation and enrolment
1.3.2 Socio-economic data
1.3.4 Perception of Erasmus Mundus
2. Qualitative interviews
2.1 Response
2.2 Distribution by field of study
2.3 Typology of EMMCs
IV. Results
1. Career orientation of EMMCs
1.1 Overall assessment of the programme
1.3. Connection to working environment
2. Career orientation of students
2.1. Professional plans of students
2.2. Internship and previous work experience
2.3. Professional contacts
3. Creation of networks between students and alumni
3.1 Most important professional networks
3.2 Building and maintaining networks within EMMCs
3.3 Overall characterisation of EMMC networks
4. Assessment of competences
4.1 Students’/graduates’ perspective
4.2. Coordinators’ perspective
5. Current occupation of EM graduates and employment prospects
5.1 Current occupation
5.2 Job attributes and satisfaction
5.3 Reasons for not having found a permanent job
Reasons for not having found a permanent job yet
5.4 Employment prospects by field of study
6. Residence issues / Mobility
6.1 Definition of “mobility” in the context of entry to the labour market
6.2 Actual mobility of EM graduates
6.3 Preferred mobility (graduates and students)
6.4 Reasons for mobility
7. Erasmus Mundus – an asset for the job search?
7.1 General impact evaluation
Length of job search
7.2 Length of job search
7.3 Reputation of Erasmus Mundus during the job search
8. Sustainability of the EM programme as regards employability
9. Most important factors for employment
9.1 Index on the quality of employment
9.2 Measuring employability by different variables
V. Conclusion
VI. Bibliography
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Erasmus Mundus Employability Survey Results

Erasmus Mundus Employability Survey Results

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