- Finances open methods of coordination (cooperation with EU Member States) to advance higher education activities
- Supports policy dialogue with partner countries in the framework of the open method of coordination
- Supports the development and implementation of EU transparency tools like ECTS and EQF, as well as EU-wide networks
- Funds international policy dialogue, Erasmus+ alumni and promotion campaigns to raise the attractiveness of European higher education in the world
Through different activities like peer review, policy experimentation with national and regional authorities, providing European tools like the European Credit Accumulation and Transfer System (ECTS), working with networks of universities and colleges and supporting the Bologna Process, EU support helps to modernise higher education policies across Europe and in partner countries.
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