Regular monitoring is a mandatory rule for all CBHE projects. It is conducted by representatives of the NEO in compliance with the rules established for all CBHE projects, and according to the plan approved by EACEA. In the university where the CBHE project is monitored, the NEO simultaneously monitors the international credit mobility (ICM) projects, in case the university participates in that action.
The purpose of CBHE monitoring is to evaluate the implementation and management strategy of the project used by the project team to achieve the objectives of the project and to identify best practices, as well as difficulties and problems.
The project team members, as well as stakeholders and / or target groups (where appropriate), such as students, university staff, employers, etc. are expected to take part in the monitoring visit.
Preventive monitoring takes place during the first half of the eligibility period.
Advisory monitoring is conducted during the second half of the eligibility period.
Impact monitoring is conducted after the end of the eligibility period.
The monitoring report is sent to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
I am Lirim Mehmetaj, a student from Kosovo at the University of Prishtina. Last winter semester, and currently this summer semester, I am studying at the University of Salzburg. By coming and being part of a new living and studying environment it was pretty interesting, but also challenging and very demanding. Referring to life in Salzburg, you can easily find yourself traveling into times because Salzburg indeed is a very old city filled with culture. Small and narrow alleys, paved with stones at the old part of the town, are impressive. Moreover, University is filled with students of different countries from all around the world, therefore every new acquaintance, except a new friendship is also a lesson which makes you know and understand better the diversity and multiculturalism. Erasmus is a great opportunity for Kosovar students to study and travel abroad. It is awesome that this kind of program gave me the chance to meet the world and meet new experiences, because I as a Kosovar citizen, cannot always travel freely. It is great that the EU made it possible for me to study with Erasmus. The program helps you not in just fulfilling your dreams, but also, living beyond them. Therefore, it is an extraordinary experience which changes your life forever.
"In life to be successful, you have to face challenges... and most of the time these challenges will make you understand yourself, life itself and your skills".