EUCOR, the European Campus is the first European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation (EGTC) supported by 5 Universities (Basel, Freiburg, Haute-Alsace, Strasbourg and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) that will be the first experimental territory. It aims to strengthen cross-border cooperation in research and teaching what requires administrative fluidity of mobility.
ECStA is an independent umbrella organisation of student service and student affairs organisations from EU countries aiming to promote the social infrastructure at all EU HEIs, to increase the value of student services organisations.
Amosshe promotes the development and sharing of good practice within Student Services in the UK higher education sector at a national level. Their members contribute their time and expertise to benefit the whole community, and ultimately, the experiences of students.
Uni Foundation – Campus Europae is a network (20 universities/14 countries) designed to set new standards of excellence in student mobility. Its involvement in projects like the Online Learning Agreement and the Erasmus Without Paper project they are able to give relevant input on the development in the project.
European Student network’s (ESN) mission is to represent international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students.
The Conference of University Presidents (CPU) is composed of the directors of universities, national polytechnic institutes, écoles normales supérieures, grandes écoles, and research and higher education. CPU will have a decisive role in dissemination activities such as
The German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) is the voluntary association of state and state-recognised universities in Germany. It currently has 268 member institutions serving more than 94% of all students in Germany. The HRK is the political and public voice of universities and provides a forum for the process of forming joint policies and practices.
The network of polytechnics Institutes in Portugal is very involved in assisting the HEI to increase the value of support services provided to students. Instituto politecnico de Viana do Castello and Instituto Politecnico de Bragança, which are familiar with student mobility, will have an active role in dissemination.
Erasmus without paper consortium leads a project which aims to create a network supporting the electronic exchange of exchange student data and documents by interlinking higher education institutions and their student information systems. This project is co-funded by EU (forward looking project) and ESC will benefit from the technical expertise of the consortium.
French Student Card Committee (CNCE) was established in 2009. The committee aims to make recommendations on the subject of National multiservice card and to aggregate the various studies and feedback. National and Regional stakeholders (EUAM/ANSSI/CNIL/ADCET…) are represented at its board.
ADCET, Association for the development of electronic transactions in the territories brings together public and private members to promote the development of electronic transactions in local authorities (payment cards, Student cards, Payment and electronic purse …).
RENATER, French Research and Education Network, aims to offer its members secure broadband network access and to provide high-performance collaborative services. RENATER plays a major role in spreading education and research throughout Europe and the world. It has become a key asset in supporting the community for Research Education in a strategic partnership approach.
Amue which is a shared-services agency devoted to foster innovation among universities and other Higher Education and Research Institutions.
Bourgogne – Franche-Comté University (UBFC) is a long-time partner of Crous Besançon. Since September 2015 it has set up a last generation multiservice card. It has also a strong cross border cooperation with Germany and Switzerland which will benefit from the project.
The Observatoire de la Vie Étudiante (National Observatory of Student Life/OVE) was created in 1989 by the French Minister of National Education to provide the most complete, detailed and objective information possible on student living conditions and is a member of the Eurostudent network.
The Studierendenwerk Freiburg is a public body, in charge of financial and social issues, residence and dining facilities. The institution is responsible for eleven HEIs.