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Since its creation, CAMPUS FP has included in its strategic vision the internationalization of its educational project. Proof of this is that the curricular design of the entire Higher Education Vocational Training offer complies with British educational standards, providing students with the possibility of obtaining an equivalent qualification recognised by the British system. At the same time, students follow the course in accordance with the Spanish system and in conformity with the European System of Vocational Education and Training, providing them with the possibility of gaining access to university.

The recognition of credits for students participating in mobility will follow the equivalence between each of the curricular modules and the ECTs, as described in the Spanish Regulation (Royal Decree 1125/2003, of 5 September), which establishes the correspondence between the national certification and the European Credit System.

The credit system associated with Higher Education Vocational Training is established in different national regulations, establishing a duration of 2 academic years with an equivalent of up to 120 ECTs.

Through the characteristics of this curricular design, the possibilities of international mobility are increased for students:

At an academic level, since both correspondence with STSs and added British recognition allow students to progress academically in other European education systems, and also in other countries using equivalent British standards.

At a professional level, since the professional skills acquired in their higher education and the correspondence with other systems with recognition in the labour market both in the countries of the European Union and in those countries that recognise the British system.

In accordance with the policy of academic internationalisation of the educational curriculum of the centre, CAMPUS FP is willing to cooperate with other centres within the framework of the ERASMUS+ programme, both as a receiving and sending organisation. In this sense, within our training offer, we consider that the cycles belonging to the professional families of:

(CAMPUS FP Emprende) Trade and Marketing; Tourism and Catering; ICT; Image and Sound

(CAMPUS FP GETAFE ESCUELA DE NEGOCIOS Y TECNOLOGÍAS DE LA COMUNICACIÓN)) Trade and Marketing; ICT; Socio-Cultural Services and the Community and the associated degrees are those in which participation in an international mobility project related to ERASMUS+ has a more relevant pedagogical interest. In particular, due to the added value that the acquisition of a foreign language in parallel to professional and curricular learning brings.

As regards the selection of the partner countries with which we intend to reach an agreement, the following aspects will be taken into account:

The cycles adapted to the Erasmus + Programme are:

CAMPUS FP Emprende


The main objectives related to the training activities to be carried out are the following:

The Institution's strategy for the organisation and implementation of international cooperation projects (EU and non-EU) under the Erasmus+ programme.

In accordance with the centre's internationalisation policy, CAMPUS FP is open to participating in cooperation projects within the ERASMUS+ framework, for which the centre has already designed a specific strategy.

The CAMPUS FP international projects department monitors the ERASMUS+ calls published on the European Union website, identifying which of them are within the strategy and the potential participation interests of the training centres that make up its network.

This department also maintains a permanent dialogue with other partners with whom possibilities of future collaboration can be established, proposing collaboration projects with their centres when mutual interest is perceived.

In any case, the possible involvement of CAMPUS FP in cooperation projects within the ERASMUS + framework is preliminarily analysed by the CAMPUS FP International Projects Department, which carries out a first evaluation of the relevance of its participation in relation to the area in which the project is related according to the required capacity.

If considered of interest, the International Projects Department provides information on the call in question, identifying the key aspects of the project, the benefits of their participation in the project and the possible suitable partners.

This information is shared with the Head of International Studies of and the decision-making bodies of the centre who jointly evaluate the interest of participation and its possibilities of success.

If the proposed participation is jointly agreed upon, a working schedule is adopted that is in line with the deadline set out in the call. In this sense, the CAMPUS FP international project coordinator and the Head of International Studies will work together in the development of proposals and applications. Meanwhile, the coordination role with other international partners will be assumed by CAMPUS FP, and the rest of the functions related to the centre are assumed by the Head of International Studies in CAMPUS FP.

Although all projects are evaluated individually, CAMPUS FP is particularly interested in the participation of cooperation projects in these areas:

Expected impact of the participation in the Erasmus+ programme on the modernisation of the institution:

Based on the 5 basic priorities established by the European Commission in the Modernisation of the Agenda, through the CAMPUS FP mobility programme, we aim to achieve the following impacts:

  1. To increase the number of higher education VET students to contribute to the needs of the EU. Despite the fact that the economic crisis has caused the number of students to almost double since its beginning (from 462,492 students enrolled in 2007/2008 to 793,034 in 2014/2015) the percentage of graduates in Spain is 33.3%, well below the OECD (39.7%) and EU (46.1%) average. On the basis of this diagnosis, there is a commitment to the implementation of higher education vocational training cycles with the aim of contributing to the increase in the aforementioned figure. In order to make the educational offer attractive, the curriculum has been designed in accordance with the ECTs system, as well as with the British system, which will undoubtedly promote student mobility and the modernization of our center.
  2. To improve the quality and relevance of higher education in the EU in an increasingly globalised and at the same time more interconnected environment, there is a growing need to develop international mobility programmes to meet employment challenges. At CAMPUS FP we understand that education must respond to the professional needs required by this new context. Therefore, student mobility is totally relevant in this globalized context.
  3. Reinforcing quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation There is no doubt that student mobility and cooperation with other countries improves the quality of the education received, since it strengthens, on the one hand, linguistic skills, which are essential in the real labour market, and, on the other, the particular discipline and professional activity in other countries, with specific perspectives and different outlooks.
  4. Making the knowledge triangle work: The interconnection between higher education, research and business to promote excellence and regional development Cooperation projects are generally linked to research and training processes, especially in projects involving partners from several countries working in continuous contact with the workforce. Our centre aims to ensure that research and training are focused on the real needs of society, in particular the needs of companies through a student body that contributes to greater growth and therefore better opportunities for society. We believe that mobility favours this type of collaboration between educational organisations and companies, thus contributing to improving the quality of education for the benefit of society.
  5. Improving management and financing. CAMPUS FP is willing to participate in the ERASMUS+ programme both in sending and receiving students. In this regard, all synergies arising from this framework of collaboration will be taken into account, giving priority, as far as possible, to exchanges with other higher education institutions, which also promote sending and receiving activities. This will allow us to increase our capacities and improve our management skills in a continuous process of learning by doing. It is planned to establish contacts with organizations from other geographical and cultural areas, in order to address their experiences in aspects related to management and funding in this type of mobility programmes, thus trying to contribute to the improvement of our mutual methods.

Finally, the funding provided by the Programme is a key element for us, as it allows us to build on essential support to develop our medium-term strategy, complementing our own funding invested in the initiative.

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