About ENIS

Over the past decades, international student mobility (ISM) has expanded rapidly, yet little interdisciplinary research has been conducted. ENIS is an international team of researchers with the goal to connect scientific output and practice recommendations.

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Description
& Details

The Action consists of ca. 180 members from across Europe, including experienced researchers, early-career investigators and stakeholders.

The members are organized in 5 working groups and share their findings in biannual meetings.

Action Details:

  • MoU - 055/21

  • CSO Approval date - 25/05/2021

  • Start date - 05/10/2021

  • End date - 04/10/2025

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Structure

The Action consists of ca. 70 members from across Europe, including experienced researchers, early-career investigators and stakeholders.

The members are organized in 5 working groups and share their findings in biannual meetings.

  • Thematic review

  • Researching the COVID-19 impact on international student mobility trends

  • Innovating in student mobility research

  • Translating research outputs into practical recommendations

  • Fostering the knowledge creation on international mobility

  • Event coordination to spread advances in student mobility

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Objectives

This Action is funded by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST).

COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.

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About COST

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Structure

The Action consists of ca. 180 members from across Europe, including experienced researchers, early-career investigators and stakeholders.

The members are organized in 5 working groups and share their findings in meetings periodically.