PrevDrop: Detecting and Preventing Drop out from Higher Education or Supporting Students to Switch Successfully to VET

Funding programme: Erasmus Plus-KA2 Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices-Strategic partnerships

Project reference: 2014-1-DE01-KA200-000661

Principal investigator: Pier Giuseppe Rossi

Role UniMC: Partner

Consortium: Hochschule der Bundesagentur für Arbeit (Coordinator - DE), ZAB consult GmbH (DE), Applied Vocational Psychology and Policy Research Unit (LU), UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH (UK), INFOART EOOD (BG), Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Umwelt Nürtingen-Geislingen (DE)

Runtime: from 01.09.2014 to 31.08.2016

Short description: The project aims to equip student counsellors at Universities, careers counsellors at employment agencies as well as students themselves with tools, knowledge and resources that help to detect dropout risks and to provide or find adequate support.The project targets two groups of students that face dropout risks: a) students for whom a successful continuation of their studies appears to be probable and b) students for whom a successful continuation of their studies is highly improbable. While for the first group measures will be provided that promote students’ successful completion of studies, measures for the second group focus on integrating them into Vocational Education and Training and/or the labour market. In the course of the project the partners qualify student counsellors from Universities, career counsellors from employment agencies and multipliers working with these two groups.

Total cost: € 299.409,00

EU contribution: € 299.409,00

EU contribution to UniMC: € 48.478,00

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