The report features different institutional strategies and measures and analyses success factors, challenges and needs for support to build institutional capacity. Furthermore, it gives examples of different institutional practices and approaches. The idea that diverse learning environments may better prepare students for a diverse society and diverse research environments is gaining ground. The report presents a useful European overview and timely background information for the various policy debates that are currently taking place in different fora, such as the Bologna Process, where new approaches towards strengthening the social dimension of higher education are being explored.
InclusiPHE – Inclusive Engagement of Non-Traditional Students in Professional Higher Edu cation
Project ref: 2020-1-ES01-KA203-083113
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