Efficiency gains and impact analysis
Each year the number of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) that have the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) increases significantly. Accordingly, the number of students and staff benefiting from the Erasmus+ program is increasing day by day and it becomes difficult to coordinate mobility processes. To overcome these challenges, the European Commission attaches importance to the digitalization of Erasmus+ mobility processes.
For this purpose, various digital platforms and applications have been developed to facilitate the management and multidirectional participation of mobility processes. Integration into these developed digital platforms was declared among the priority areas by the European Commission and the commission made it compulsory to complete the digitalization process for all HEIs by 2025.
This Intellectual Output (IO4) of the SUDTE project was designed to numerically reveal the benefits of the digital transformation process, by comparing traditional methods and digital tools used in the execution of Erasmus+ mobility processes between HEIs.