|Author(s)||Bauer, T. & Kreuz, A.|
|Editor||P. Cunningham, Human Rights and Citizenship Education|
In a common Europe for students it becomes more and more important to gain study-experience in a foreign country. This paper reflects in a first step on the current state of ERASMUS-student mobility in Europe. As a second step courses of four European Universities designed for ERASMUS-students are compared with the purpose to find out the differences and similarities. Therefore a questionnaire has been designed and data from universities in Austria, Finland, Spain and Turkey have been collected and compared. The paper presents a first outcome of these data and reflects on the next planned steps of this research. The most important aim is to enlarge the sample and develop comparable elements for an improved academic recognition and a better use of ECTS.