In the framework of the Erasmus+ Higher Education Reform Experts (HERE) activities, a webinar on “European Student Card” has been virtually organized during the month of November 2020.

This event was held by the EU Erasmus+ programme, as part of a series of events that contribute to higher education reform at national level.

The webinar aimed to bring together policy makers and experts from higher education to openly discuss and assess the “European Student Card” (ESC) as a tool to promote transparency and to facilitate recognition and mobility.

The meeting explored the opportunities of developing a digital infrastructure inspired by the ESC system which can form a structuring vector to enhance transparency, to promote evidence-informed decision making and to move towards digital-aided management of the learning.

Dr. Jean-Paul Roumegas, the coordinator of the ESC project and the Counsellor for international relations and partnerships at CNOUS France, participated as a key speaker and moderated the debates on the impact of students’ cards on the sector.