Wiers-Jenssen Jannecke (2009). Â« Student Mobility and the Labour Market : Paper II - Information Project on Higher Education Reform III Â». In Seminar for Bologna Experts - Making Mobility Happen, Rome, 30â€”31 mars 2009. En ligne : <http://www.bolognaexper ... bour_market_J_wiers.pdf>.
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Keywords: inspection, mobilitĂ© Ă©tudiante, relation formation-emploi
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Student mobility is important for a number of reasons. Higher education institutions as well as policy makers stress quality enhancement, knowledge exchange and academic cooperation as important rationales for student mobility. Increasing language skills, cultural skills and developing mutual understanding are other vital rationales for encouraging mobility. The latter types of aims are also important motivations seen from the perspective of individuals. Students want to have an academically successful and personally rewarding sojourn abroad, and at the same time maintain or enhance their career opportunities.