WISE (Well-being Innovations for Students in Europe)
The project’s overarching goal is to support European students’ well-being as a factor in academic success and the attraction of higher education institutions. In the project, “well-being” is understood as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”, following the WHO’s definition.
The project will therefore pursue the following specific objectives:
- Gather and disseminate accurate information on programmes and best practices for student well-being in European nations and institutions;
- Provide engaged students and higher education institutions with the resources and assistance they need to develop innovative approaches to student well-being;
- Promote, enhance and advocate for a better consideration of student well-being toward national and European public authorities.
- O1: quantitative survey report “State of the art of student well-being initiatives in European higher education”.
- O2: qualitative study report “Innovative Practices for student well-being in European Higher Education”.
- O3: digital platform “The European University for student well-being.”
- O4: training kit “Acting & innovating for student well-being” – for institutions/universities
- O5: training kit “Acting & innovating for student well-being” – for student organisations
- O6: booklet of recommendations “For a better consideration of student well-being in Europe.”
- Transnational project meetings in the consortium countries to ensure the coordination of the project
- Multiplier events to disseminate the project results