Results for your institution - what will you receive?

memo© annual report is a final outcome of a memo© tool implementation in a given academic year. It provides your institution with a detailed analytical overview of the data gathered through the memo© survey and shows the main results and findings. However, the mode of delivery of the report varies among individual products and packages (see memo© Mobility Scan pricing policy).

 

As an example, this page describes the structure and content of the memo© Mobility Scan full final report. Reports related to other products are similar but reflect the purpose and nature of data gathered adequately. Additional analysis is provided on request, based on a separate contract.

 

Download a sample memo© Mobility Scan report and see yourself

 

 

 

SCOPE OF ANALYSIS

Annual memo© report analyses who students are (facts), what they think (perceptions) and how they behave (personality traits). We survey students before and after they study abroad, which allows us to show how different groups of students handle the experience and how institutions could improve their mobility services. memo© is able to show what is happening during student mobility and how the mind-set of students changes with regard to intercultural skills and employability-related competences.

 

Annual memo© report includes the Executive Summary with the main results and key findings for your university and 4 Annexes to the report:

  • Annex 1: memo© results in graphs – outgoing students
  • Annex 2: Data report – outgoing students
  • Annex 3: memo© results in graphs – incoming students
  • Annex 4: Data report – incoming students

This report structure should enable you to easily select information you need starting from the general findings and key messages through graphical representation of results to detailed data report.

 

FACTS – WHO STUDENTS ARE

memo© analyses exchange students from multiple perspectives: a set of different aspects of analysis (on the left side below) is used to assess students in more detail and show how different groups of students handle studying abroad.

 

Sample table:

 

PERCEPTIONS – WHAT STUDENTS THINK

 

PERSONALITY TRAITS – HOW STUDENTS BEHAVE

memo© shows what is happening during student mobility and how students' mind-sets change with regard to intercultural skills and employability. Read more about memo©

 

Example:

ADDED VALUE OF MOBILITY - WINNERS AND LOOSERS

 

Is it possible to identify groups of students who benefit more and which less? What are the risk groups? What is the ratio of „winners and losers" among your outgoing and incoming students?

 

Example:

 

COMPARISON WITH PEER INSTITUTIONS

memo© also provides comparison with comparable (“peer”) institutions as well as with an overall average of all of the memo results.

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