About the research

The Research and Analysis Unit carries out educational research related to implementation of projects which are financed through FRSE, in particular from the Erasmus+ Programme funds. This research activity includes all the sectors of the programme, and is focused primarily on the decentralised actions administered at the national level. The research concerns both beneficiary institutions and individual participants of the projects.

WHY DO WE CARRY OUT RESEARCH?

The research on European programmes allows for better assessment of results and benefits stemming from implementation of projects, both for the beneficiary institution and its partners, as well as in local, regional and sectoral dimensions. Research findings provide up-to-date and reliable information about the Erasmus+ programme. This information will be helpful not only in efficient project management by beneficiaries but also in better pursuing the actions related to implementing the Erasmus+ Programme in Poland.

HOW DO WE CARRY OUT RESEARCH?

The research concerns above all the effects of actions carried out as well as the impact of projects on implementing institutions and individual participants. What we aim at is also a diagnosis of needs of various groups supported by the programme, together with investigating the extent of raising the competence of individual participants and institutional development of entities supported from the programme’s funds. We carry out both quantitative research (e.g. surveys, questionnaires, polls) as well as qualitative analyses ( e.g. individual and group interviews, case studies). A large proportion of research projects has the hallmark of evaluation, thus allowing to assess whether the financed projects are successfully concluded and have achieved the established goals.

WITH WHOM WE COOPERATE?

The research carried out by the National Agency is pursued in close cooperation with representatives of the sectors included in the programme. We aim to draw as much as possible from the experience of Polish and European research institutions and as well as to use findings of other educational research that concerned similar areas and issues.

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  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Mobility of Polish students in the Erasmus + programme in the period 2014-2016.
    The aim of our desk research was to gain information what are the main drivers standing behind students’ decisions to benefit from Erasmus+ mobility programme and how they perceive...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Analysis of academic recognition for higher education students studying abroad with the Erasmus+ programme
    This report presents the findings and conclusions of a study on academic recognition for students from five countries, who studied abroad within the Erasmus+ programme in the period 2014–2016....
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Cooperation of enterprises with the education sector
    Polish enterprises cooperate with different types of educational institutions. As it is shown by the results of research conducted in October 2018 by the Kronenberg Foundation at City Handlowy...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Support to adults with low basic skills – qualitative research within the project “The Chance – new possibilities for adults”
    Research constituted a stage of the project “The chance – new possibilities for the adults” implemented by the FDES in partnership with The Educational Research Institute (ERI).  Implementation of...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Evidence-based Policy in Erasmus+. Seminar on research and methodology 28-30 .11.2018
    On 28-30 November2017 Foundation for the Development of the Education System organized the second annual research seminar on the study of the effects of projects implemented in all five...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Departures and arrivals of HE students and staff within Erasmus+ 2015 call year
    Statistical data about departures/arrivals  from/to Poland within mobility projects with programme countries and partner countries awarded in 2015 (as on  8th March 2018) The majority of outgoing/incoming mobility took place...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Erasmus ... and what next? Survey on the educational and professional career paths of Polish students participating in mobility projects under the Erasmus programme
    Erasmus ... and what next? Survey on the educational and professional career paths of Polish students participating in mobility projects under the Erasmus programme   The analysis of career pathways of...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    The numbers of submitted applications and projects financed from Erasmus+ and POWER. Data broken into voivodships (regions) and districts. Call years 2014-2016.
    Statistical data on the number of submitted applications and financed projects in voivodships and districts broken into the sectors of the programme. The data present the sectors of Higher...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Mobility of students in the Erasmus and Erasmus+ Programmes over the years
    Participation of Poland in the Erasmus and Erasmus + Programmes enabled Polish students to benefit from the mobility offer of the programmes, above all from the mobility to study...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Cooperation of Higher Education sector with the world of business – categories of cooperation areas and indicators of activity
    The Erasmus+ Programme supports mobility of students as well as mobility of academics. It is one of the tools for raising the quality of education and developing the competence...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    Panel research on the educational and professional career pathways of Erasmus scholarship students in the Higher Education sector
    The aim of the study is to gain knowledge about the educational and professional career pathways of Erasmus and Erasmus+ scholarship students in order to check whether and to...
  • PRZECZYTAJ
    VET tracer study participant survey (VET)
    The aim of the research was to collect information on the educational and career pathways of mobility participants within the framework of the ERASMUS programme (including Leonardo) in order...