Europemobility is an initiative of CSCS

CSCS is a vocational training provider, accredited by Italian Government  and operating with a Quality Assurance System in the following sectors: Initial vocational education; Apprenticeship; Continuous training for companies and professionals; Vocational guidance and orientation. CSCS is the National Coordinator for Italy of EFVET. CSCS have developed a number of initiatives to promote the integration of new technologies into teaching practices.CSCS is active in the field of student and staff mobility, with its division, aimed at  supporting European educational providers to effectively plan and implement work placements in abroad, offering language and culture courses, logistic assistance, tutoring and monitoring services.CSCS manage publications and electronic newsletters and ensures the cooperation with a strong network of partners, ranging from vocational training bodies, association of companies, unions.

CSCS operates a service for international students wishing to undertake work experiences in italy with its division


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Founding Members


Since cross sector cooperation and synergy on work placements abroad between Higher Education, Vocatioal Education and Training and Non Formal and Informal Education, as well as channels for international spread of information of good practices on mobility seem to be missing, the partnership is composed by different stakeholders representing the three categories of educational providers European networks […]

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Funding Schemes

Mobility Study

Thematic Commission on Funding Schemes aims at involving and influencing relevant stakeholders in the field of private and public funding for learning mobility. The workshops are an opportunity to get feedback from experts in this field, at the same time they are an opportunity to involve and influence important stakeholders, who play a role in […]

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Europemobility Network aims to support the European Commission in implementing the Action Plan of the Bruges Communiqué. In this context, recognition plays a prevalent role, especially concerning European transparency tools such as Europass, the European Qualification Framework, the European Credit System for VET (ECVET) and the European Quality Assurance Reference Framework for VET (EQAVET). These […]

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While taking into consideration the findings of existing studies and surveys the thematic commission on the Impact of Learning Mobility aims at investigating further the impact of mobility actions on both youngsters/students and companies/hosting organizations. With particular focus on the guidelines and framework of the existing publications, a survey will be conducted via online questionnaires, […]

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Cooperation Models

The objective of the Thematic Commission is to contribute to the improvement of the cooperation between the business world and the educational providers in the field of transnational learning mobility. The Thematic Commission also foresees to promote synergies between Higher Education, VET and Non Formal and Informal Education in the field of learning mobility and […]

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In the first year the Thematic Commission on Quality made a desk research to collect good practices from different educational sectors in the field of quality assurance in learning mobility. For each case of good practice a fact sheet was compiled. Based on the results the “Quality Observatory & Toolbox” was created, which shows good […]

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ECVET for Learning Mobility


An increasing number of VET providers are promoting mobility exchanges adopting ECVET as term of ref- erence. Learning mobility may consist in study abroad programmes or in a work experience in a different country. Both scenarios require a strong cooperation between business world and educational providers in order to define curricula and learning outcomes and […]

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Study on Learning Mobility Schemes


Learning Mobility is largely a under-researched phenomenon. In June 2012 an interesting study has been published by the European Commission focusing on learning mobility in mobility schemes outside the European action programmes, such as the strands of Comenius, Grundtvig, Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus within the Lifelong Learning Programme and the Youth in Action Programme. […]

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Introduction to Learning Mobility


Since their introduction in 1987, European mobility programmes supporting work placements abroad have registered a constant but modest increase in the number of beneficiaries. Still a low percentage of students from VET go abroad as part of their educational path. The recent boost of allocated budget, from the European Commission within the LLL Programme as […]

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