Skip to main navigationSkip to main content
The University of Southampton
Southampton Education School

Research project: A European co-operative Framework for dual Learning in Higher Education (EuroDuaLE)

Currently Active: 

This was a European Union, Erasmus+ project with the involvement of thirteen partners from six countries (Italy, Belgium, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands, and England).

Dates: September 2015 to August 2018

Total grant: €447,406

Against the background of high levels of youth unemployment and in order to improve the ‘employability’ of graduates (EU 2020 Strategy), the central aim of the project was to develop an integrated transnational dual learning framework. This should enable Higher Education Institutions and employer organisations to work together to provide students with new and expanded curricula, combining formal academic education with work-based training as well as opportunities for international mobility.

Related research groups

Centre for Research in Inclusion
Share this research project Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share this on Weibo
Privacy Settings