FESC Conference - Consultation with Stakeholders

FESC Conference

Consultation with Stakeholders

Are you interested in improving the quantity and quality of the student’s mobility? By creating a competence framework for staff members working with student mobility and developing tools and guidelines for self-auditing purposes and professional development, the FESC project is providing with interesting solutions to share. This conference is intended to be a consultation meeting with the Higher education sector in Brussels. The Philipps-Universität Marburg, coordinator of the FESC project, the European University Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD and all the consortium of FESC, will be happy to welcome Higher education networks, national agencies and other interested stakeholders on 28th of April 2020 in Brussels!

The event aims to present the outcomes of the most recent research and analysis of the Erasmus + staff competences, as well as the first version of the unique framework for Erasmus + staff competences & self-auditing framework. We will also touch upon on relevant topics and involve external stakeholders in roundtable discussions to make the most out of this event.

Why attend?

  • Learn what are the latest results on the quantitative and qualitative analysis on staff competences working with student mobility 
  • Gain insights of how to improve the quality of international mobility processes 
  • Benefit from the opportunity to network with experts and partners, as well as colleagues in the field of higher education and exchange good practices

Your participation in the conference is free of charge. Register online now here.


Arrival and registration

09:00 - 10:00

Welcome & Introduction by the host DAAD

10:15 - 11:00

Sharing the experience of the FESC projects

11:00 - 11:45

  • Results from the Desk-Research
  • Results from the quantitative surveys with students and higher education institutions on Erasmus+ competences development
  • Results from the qualitative studies with staff members within the university partners and associative partner

Coffee break

Travel & Accommodation

To and from Brussels National Airport

Take the Airport Express Bus (No. 12) and drive to the final station in Luxembourg at the European Parliament. The journey takes 20-30 minutes depending on traffic. The office is on the other side of the square next to a small supermarket (Delhaize) and an ING bank branch.


The training will take place at the German Academic Exchange Survice (DAAD) Brussels office: Rue d'Arlon 22/24, 1050 Ixelles, Belgium.