This national impact study aims to investigate the impact made by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building projects (CBHE) implemented in Lebanon following the rounds of selection 2015, 2016 and 2017. When synergy or complementarity is found with capacity building projects implemented under the Tempus programme or with ongoing Erasmus+ CBHE projects selected in 2018 and 2019, this will also be referred to.
The study intends to explore this impact made at different levels: individual, institutional, and systemic. It also aims at drawing lessons about the relevance of this Erasmus+ action and the challenges faced at a bridging phase between the 2015-2020 and 2021-2027 generations of Erasmus+.
The study has tried to be as neutral as possible aiming to give an objective overview of what has been achieved, identifying all the challenges met during the implementation of the CBHE projects and providing recommendations to policy makers for improving the future intervention of the European Union in the field of higher education.
This study can be useful to:
- Programme designers
- EACEA as programme implementer
- Project designers from Programme and Partner countries
- Networks of the National Erasmus+ Offices and the National Agencies
This study can be downloaded here