NECs. Q2. Are any of the employees of your NEC coordinating other European innitiatives (e.g. Youth Action, Euroguidance, LLP, EURES, etc.)?

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1 NECs Survey Questionnaire for the National Europass Centres Q2. Are any of the employees of your NEC coordinating other European innitiatives (e.g. Youth Action, Euroguidance, LLP, EURES, etc.)? Frequency Percent Yes, some of the employees of our 12 34% No, but some of the employees of our 17 49% No, our employees at the NEC and 6 17% Total % Q5. To your knowledge, to what extent is the Europass framework complementary to the following European tools in your country? Frequency EQF ECTS ECVET ESCO To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent EQF ECTS ECVET ESCO To a large extent 37% 26% 31% 14% To a moderate extent 20% 37% 20% 11% To a small extent 26% 23% 20% 11% Not at all 3% 3% 9% 17% Don't know/ no answer 14% 11% 20% 46% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent EQF ECTS ECVET ESCO To a large extent 37% 26% 31% 14% To a moderate extent 57% 63% 51% 26% To a small extent 83% 86% 71% 37% Not at all 86% 89% 80% 54% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% Q7. To what extent do you think that the following Europass documents meet the needs of their recipients/educational institutions/ employers etc.? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Page 1

2 NECs To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent 2 Not at all 1 Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 34% 14% 9% 37% 31% To a large extent 43% 20% 31% 29% 29% To a moderate extent 20% 43% 40% 29% 26% To a small extent 0% 11% 14% 3% 9% To a very small extent 0% 6% 0% 0% 0% Not at all 0% 0% 3% 0% 0% Don't know/ no answer 3% 6% 3% 3% 6% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 34% 14% 9% 37% 31% To a large extent 77% 34% 40% 66% 60% To a moderate extent 97% 77% 80% 94% 86% To a small extent 97% 89% 94% 97% 94% To a very small extent 97% 94% 94% 97% 94% Not at all 97% 94% 97% 97% 94% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Q9. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the competences of individuals more comparable across COUNTRIES? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent 1 1 Not at all 1 1 Don't know/ no answer 1 2 Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 20% 20% 6% 34% 40% To a large extent 57% 37% 37% 46% 29% To a moderate extent 14% 23% 37% 17% 23% To a small extent 9% 14% 14% 0% 3% Page 2

3 NECs To a very small extent 0% 3% 3% 0% 0% Not at all 0% 3% 3% 0% 0% Don't know/ no answer 0% 0% 0% 3% 6% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 20% 20% 6% 34% 40% To a large extent 77% 57% 43% 80% 69% To a moderate extent 91% 80% 80% 97% 91% To a small extent 100% 94% 94% 97% 94% To a very small extent 97% 97% 97% 94% Not at all 100% 100% 97% 94% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% Q10. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the competences of individuals more comparable SECTORS? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 20% 9% 6% 23% 29% To a large extent 37% 20% 23% 34% 31% To a moderate extent 23% 23% 37% 14% 9% To a small extent 6% 20% 6% 11% 14% To a very small extent 3% 9% 11% 0% 0% Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Don't know/ no answer 11% 20% 17% 17% 17% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 20% 9% 6% 23% 29% To a large extent 57% 29% 29% 57% 60% To a moderate extent 80% 51% 66% 71% 69% To a small extent 86% 71% 71% 83% 83% To a very small extent 89% 80% 83% 83% 83% Not at all 89% 80% 83% 83% 83% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Page 3

4 NECs Q11. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the individual competences clearer? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer 1 2 Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 26% 20% 11% 23% 29% To a large extent 60% 43% 49% 54% 49% To a moderate extent 11% 20% 26% 14% 11% To a small extent 3% 14% 6% 6% 3% To a very small extent 0% 3% 9% 0% 3% Not at all 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Don't know/ no answer 0% 0% 0% 3% 6% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 26% 20% 11% 23% 29% To a large extent 86% 63% 60% 77% 77% To a moderate extent 97% 83% 86% 91% 89% To a small extent 100% 97% 91% 97% 91% To a very small extent 100% 100% 97% 94% Not at all 97% 94% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% Q12. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the candidate selection process for EMPLOYERS easier? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all 1 1 Don't know/ no answer Total Page 4

5 NECs Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 40% 17% 3% 17% 17% To a large extent 23% 11% 26% 43% 40% To a moderate extent 29% 49% 37% 20% 17% To a small extent 0% 3% 9% 6% 9% To a very small extent 6% 9% 11% 6% 6% Not at all 0% 3% 3% 0% 0% Don't know/ no answer 3% 9% 11% 9% 11% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 40% 17% 3% 17% 17% To a large extent 63% 29% 29% 60% 57% To a moderate extent 91% 77% 66% 80% 74% To a small extent 91% 80% 74% 86% 83% To a very small extent 97% 89% 86% 91% 89% Not at all 97% 91% 89% 91% 89% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Q13. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the candidate selection processes for EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS easier? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent 4 Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 20% 17% 9% 43% 29% To a large extent 26% 17% 31% 40% 34% To a moderate extent 29% 29% 20% 11% 14% To a small extent 11% 14% 23% 0% 6% To a very small extent 0% 11% 0% 0% 0% Not at all 6% 6% 9% 0% 6% Don't know/ no answer 9% 6% 9% 6% 11% Total 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Page 5

6 NECs To a very large extent 20% 17% 9% 43% 29% To a large extent 46% 34% 40% 83% 63% To a moderate extent 74% 63% 60% 94% 77% To a small extent 86% 77% 83% 94% 83% To a very small extent 86% 89% 83% 94% 83% Not at all 91% 94% 91% 94% 89% Don't know/ no answer 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Q14. Is the Europass Diploma Supplement being issued in your country along with the doctoral degree? Frequency Percent Yes 17 49% No 10 29% In some circumstances only 8 23% Total % Q15. In your view, is having additional aspects related to doctoral education (such as research components and PhD defence) included in the Europass Diploma Supplement beneficial for any of the following parties? Frequency Doctoral Educational Employers candidates institutions Yes No 1 4 Don't know / no answer Total Percent Doctoral Educational Employers candidates institutions Yes 80% 80% 60% No 0% 4% 16% Don't know / no answer 20% 16% 24% Total 100% 100% 100% Q15(2). In your view, would having additional aspects related to doctoral education (such as research components and PhD defence) included in the Europass Diploma Supplement be beneficial for any of the following parties? Frequency Doctoral Educational Employers candidates institutions Yes No Don't know / no answer Total Percent Doctoral Educational Employers candidates institutions Yes 70% 80% 70% No 0% 0% 0% Page 6

7 NECs Don't know / no answer 30% 20% 30% Total 100% 100% 100% Q17. Currently, the Europass Mobility Document records individual knowledge, skills and competences gained during organised TRANSNATIONAL MOBILITY experience (study exchange, internship, apprenticeship, etc.). In your view, to what extent would it be useful to have a similar European document (Europass Experience) that would record knowledge, skills and competences gained through DOMESTIC organised experience? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Very useful 15 43% 43% Quite useful 12 34% 77% Not so useful 4 11% 89% Useless 3 9% 97% I don't know 1 3% 100% Total % Q19.To what extent do you agree that the introduction of the European Skills Passport is likely to have possitive effects on the achievments of Europass objectives? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Strongly agree 5 14% 14% Rather agree 18 51% 66% Rather disagree 4 11% 77% Strongly disagree 3 9% 86% I don't know 5 14% 100% Total % Q21. In your opinion, would it be useful to have a Europass document helping people to describe their ICT skills in a standardised way? Frequency Percent Cumulative Very useful 12 34% 34% Quite useful 13 37% 71% Not so useful 5 14% 86% Useless 2 6% 91% I don't know 3 9% 100% Total % Q22. To what extent, in your view, could the results currently achieved by the Europass framework be accomplished with lower budgets? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Page 7

8 NECs To a large extent 1 3% 3% To a moderate extent 8 23% 26% To a small extent 8 23% 49% The results currently achieved by the Europass framework could not be 15 43% 91% accomplished with lower budgets I don't know 3 9% 100% Total % Q23.To what extent do you find the following aspects important when implementing Europass? Frequency To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer To increase awarenessof the Europass documents 33 2 To increase the use of the Europass documents 34 1 To increase acknowledgement of the Europass documents by educational 31 4 and professional organisations To strenghten relations between NEC and other key stakeholders To fully implement the activities foreseen in the annual plan To fully disburse the received grant Percent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer To increase awarenessof the Europass documents 94% 6% 0% 0% 0% To increase the use of the Europass documents To increase acknowledgement of the 97% 3% 0% 0% 0% Europass documents by educational 89% 11% 0% 0% 0% and professional organisations To strenghten relations between NEC and other key stakeholders 60% 34% 6% 0% 0% To fully implement the activities foreseen in the annual plan 40% 46% 9% 6% 0% To fully disburse the received grant 14% 46% 23% 9% 9% Q24. To what extent do you agree with the following statements about your most recent cooperation experience with EACEA? Frequency Grant application documents and requirements are clear to the NECs To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer Page 8

9 Selection procedure and contracting is well-organised by EACEA NECs receive sufficient guidance from EACEA on the management of the received Europass grants Payment requests of NECs are processed by EACEA in a timely manner NECs receive useful feedbacks to their Final Annual Reports NECs receive timely feedbacks to their Final Annual Reports Overall, your NEC is satisfied with the cooperation with EACEA NECs Percent Grant application documents and requirements are clear to the NECs Selection procedure and contracting is well-organised by EACEA NECs receive sufficient guidance from EACEA on the management of the received Europass grants Payment requests of NECs are processed by EACEA in a timely manner NECs receive useful feedbacks to their Final Annual Reports NECs receive timely feedbacks to their Final Annual Reports Overall, your NEC is satisfied with the cooperation with EACEA To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer 40% 40% 17% 0% 3% 54% 34% 3% 0% 9% 34% 34% 29% 0% 3% 54% 20% 17% 0% 9% 14% 34% 34% 9% 9% 20% 43% 23% 3% 11% 40% 49% 9% 0% 3% Q25. To what extent do you agree with the following statements about your coopration experience with DG EAC? Frequency To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer Provided feedbacks are useful Provided feedbacks are of high quality Feedbacks are provided in a timely manner DG EAC takes into account your suggestions on how to imrove the DG EAC takes into account your suggestions on how to imrove the implementation processes in Europass Page 9

10 Overall, your NEC is satisfied with the cooperation with DG EAC NECs Percent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer Provided feedbacks are useful 37% 51% 6% 0% 6% Provided feedbacks are of high quality Feedbacks are provided in a timely manner DG EAC takes into account your suggestions on how to imrove the content of the Europass documents DG EAC takes into account your suggestions on how to imrove the implementation processes in Europass Overall, your NEC is satisfied with the cooperation with DG EAC 31% 51% 11% 3% 3% 43% 31% 20% 0% 6% 26% 43% 20% 6% 6% 23% 43% 26% 3% 6% 34% 57% 6% 0% 3% Q26. Has your NEC ever been in a direct contact with Cedefop in relation to the Europass issues? Yes, our NEC has consulted with Cedefop about the establishment / development of the national Europass Yes, our NEC has consulted with Cedefop about the establishment/ development of the Europass Yes, our NEC has participated in the joint conferences, meetings, etc. with Cedefop Yes, our NEC has participated in the same working groups with Cedefop No, our NEC has never been in a direct contact with Cedefop Frequency Percent 17 49% 30 86% 22 63% 15 43% 1 3% Q27. To what extent has your cooperation experience with EACEA, DG EAC and Cedefop changed in recent years? The situation has improved The situation has become worse The situation has not changed Don't know/ no answer Total Cooperation experience with EACEA Cooperation experience with DG EAC Cooperation experience with Cedefop Page 10

11 The situation has improved NECs The situation has become worse The situation has not changed Don't know/ no answer Total Cooperation experience with EACEA 31% 11% 40% 17% 100% Cooperation experience with DG EAC 57% 0% 29% 14% 100% Cooperation experience with Cedefop 57% 3% 26% 14% 100% Q28. To what extent would the following types of assistance be useful for your NEC in the future cooperation with EACEA, DG EAC and Cedefop? Frequency An annual publication on examples of good practices in other NECs Consultations on how to write better annual reports of the NECs Consultations on how to improve the national website of Europass More invitations to participate in various working groups etc. More active information dissemination on the administrative changes (e.g changed contact person) To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer Percent An annual publication on examples of good practices in other NECs Consultations on how to write better annual reports of the NECs Consultations on how to improve the national website of Europass More invitations to participate in various working groups etc. More active information dissemination on the administrative changes (e.g changed contact person) To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Not at all Don't know / no answer 69% 23% 6% 0% 3% 43% 26% 26% 3% 3% 46% 26% 26% 0% 3% 26% 29% 26% 3% 17% 20% 31% 20% 9% 20% Q29. In yourview, could your NEC operate WITHOUT the EU funding (e.g. relying entirely on national sources)? Frequency Percent Yes 2 6% No 32 91% I don't know 1 3% Total % Page 11

12 NECs Q30. In your view, could the Europass innitiative be continued overall if the EU financial support was withdrawn (not necessarily through the network of NECs)? Frequency Percent The Europass innitiative could continue successfully without the financial support from EU (other 1 3% alternative sources of funding could be found) Some elements of the europass innitiative could be continued without EU financial support, but to a smaller 12 34% extent than with EU funding No, the Europass initiative could not continue at all if the EU support was 21 60% withdrawn I don't know/ cannot answer 1 3% Total % Q32. To what extent, in your view, would the Europass documents be kept up to date and harmonised if the process was not coordinated and supported by the EU institutions? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent To a large extent 2 6% 6% To a moderate extent 3 9% 14% To a small extent 11 31% 46% Not at all 17 49% 94% I don't know 2 6% 100% Total % Q34. What are the main purposes of your communication with these NECs? Frequency Percent Organising joint events 21 60% Omplementing joint initiatives (surveys, ublications, etc.) 22 63% Exchanging experience 34 97% Sharing mutual concerns about the implementation of Europass 26 74% Study visits to other NECs 16 46% Page 12

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24 Stakeholders Annex 6. Survey questionnaire for Europass stakeholders Note: If questions for international and national stakeholders were identical, the results were provided in the com Q1. Please select the type of your organization Employers' association/ confederation Trade union association/ confederation Frequency Percent 24 8,4% 15 5,2% Association of educational institutions 10 3,5% Association of professionals 18 6,3% Volunteer organisations' association 7 2,4% Other non-governmental organisation 21 7,3% national public employment service 21 7,3% EURES 16 5,6% National private employment service 1 0,3% International private employment service 3 1,0% Ministry of Education or a related institution 56 19,5% Ministry of Labour or a related institution 9 3,1% National student union 12 4,2% Bologna promoter 2 0,7% National validation centre 1 0,3% National vocational guidance institution 8 2,8% Other 25 8,7% National contact points for European initiatives 36 12,5% No answer 2 0,7% Total % Q2. For national stakeholders: Which of the following activities does your organisation actively take part in? Frequency Percent Academic education 36 12,5% Vocational education and training 89 31,0% Voluntary activities 31 10,8% Recognition of knowledge, skills and competences 47 16,4% Development of qualifications 37 12,9% Mobility for learning purposes 64 22,3% Employment services 52 18,1% Policy making / lobbying 77 26,8% Page 24

25 Stakeholders Promotion of education 69 24,0% Representation of certain target groups (e.g. students, workers etc.) 39 13,6% Other % Q3. For national stakeholders: In what country is your organisation based? Frequency Percent Austria 8 3,0% Belgium 13 4,9% Bulgaria 16 6,0% Croatia 9 3,4% Cyprus 8 3,0% Czech Republic 9 3,4% Denmark 5 1,9% Estonia 10 3,7% Finland 3 1,1% France 5 1,9% Germany 8 3,0% Greece 2 0,7% Hungary 7 2,6% Iceland 1 0,4% Ireland 9 3,4% Italy 15 5,6% Latvia 10 3,7% Lithuania 17 6,3% Luxembourg 3 1,1% Malta 1 0,4% The Netherlands 18 6,7% Norway 8 3,0% Poland 10 3,7% Portugal 9 3,4% Romania 11 4,1% Slovakia 11 4,1% Slovenia 5 1,9% Spain 15 5,6% Sweden 5 1,9% Turkey 5 1,9% United Kingdom 11 4,1% Other 1 0,4% Total % Q4. For national stakeholders: Has your organisation contacted or been contacted by the National Europass Centre or its parent institution in regard to the Europass initiative? Frequency Percent Yes ,5% No 39 14,6% I don't know 31 11,6% No answer 1 0,4% Total ,0% Page 25

26 Stakeholders Q5. For national stakeholders: How often do you communicate with the National Europass Centre or its parent institution in regard to the Europass initiative? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Very often 29 14,7% 14,7% Often 58 29,4% 44,2% Occasionally 71 36,0% 80,2% Rarely 34 17,3% 97,5% Other 5 2,5% 100,0% Total ,0% Q6. Has your organisation dealt with any of the Europass documents (Europass CV, Europass Language Passport, Europass Mobility Document, Diploma Supplement or Certificate Supplement) directly or on behalf of its represented groups (professionals, students etc.) in any of the following ways? My organisation has been involved in the creation and/ or development of the Europass documents My organisation has taken part in issuing/ filling in some of the Europass documents on behalf of its members/ represented groups My organisation has received some of the Europass documents from potential employees My organisation has been promoting the use of some Europass documents (has links to some document on its institutional website, has required potential candidates or members of its organisation to use certain Europass documents etc.) Frequency Percent 48 16,7% 39 13,6% 27 9,4% 92 32,1% My organisation has used some of the 25 8,7% documents in other circumstances My organisation has never dealt with Europass documents 37 12,9% Total ,0% Q7. What is the main reason your organisation has never dealt with any of the Europass documents? Frequency Percent Page 26

27 Stakeholders This is not the role of my represented organisation 26 70,3% The documents do not meet the needs of my organisation or its members 2 5,4% The documents do not meet the needs of my organisation s represented groups (professionals, students, etc.) 3 8,1% My organisation lacks the knowledge how the documents could be useful for my organisation or its represented groups 15 40,5% Other reasons (please specify) 10 27,0% Q8. Does your organisation use any other similar documents or portfolios of documents? Frequency Percent Yes 5 12,2% No 23 56,1% I don't know 13 31,7% Total ,0% Q9. To what extent are the members of your organisation familiar with each Europass document? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Highly familiar Somewhat familiar Not familiar No answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Highly familiar 61,2% 28,8% 26,4% 24,8% 21,2% Somewhat familiar 27,2% 47,6% 45,2% 34,8% 36,8% Not familiar 5,2% 13,2% 21,2% 30,0% 32,4% No answer 6,4% 10,4% 7,2% 10,4% 9,6% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q10. Please RANK the Europass documents from the most useful to the least Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Most useful Page 27

28 Stakeholders Least useful Members of my organisation do not kno No answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Most useful 60,8% 18,4% 21,6% 26,0% 22,0% 2 14,0% 36,0% 22,4% 20,8% 18,8% 3 9,6% 15,6% 21,2% 14,0% 16,4% 4 3,2% 6,4% 8,4% 6,0% 5,2% Least useful 2,4% 6,0% 5,6% 4,8% 8,4% Members of my organisation do not kno 4,4% 11,2% 15,6% 21,2% 22,4% No answer 5,6% 6,4% 5,2% 7,2% 6,8% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 60,8% 18,4% 21,6% 26,0% 22,0% To a large extent 74,8% 54,4% 44,0% 46,8% 40,8% To a moderate extent 84,4% 70,0% 65,2% 60,8% 57,2% To a small extent 87,6% 76,4% 73,6% 66,8% 62,4% To a very small extent 90,0% 82,4% 79,2% 71,6% 70,8% Not at all 94,4% 93,6% 94,8% 92,8% 93,2% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q11. Please indicate to what extent the following Europass documents meet the needs of YOUR ORGANISATION Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 32,0% 11,6% 16,4% 18,8% 16,8% To a large extent 24,4% 25,2% 17,2% 16,4% 17,2% To a moderate extent 18,4% 23,2% 20,4% 14,0% 14,4% To a small extent 5,6% 8,8% 10,8% 12,0% 10,0% To a very small extent 2,8% 3,6% 5,6% 4,4% 5,6% Not at all 3,2% 5,2% 4,4% 7,2% 6,8% Page 28

29 Stakeholders Don't know/ no answer 13,6% 22,4% 25,2% 27,2% 29,2% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 32,0% 11,6% 16,4% 18,8% 16,8% To a large extent 56,4% 36,8% 33,6% 35,2% 34,0% To a moderate extent 74,8% 60,0% 54,0% 49,2% 48,4% To a small extent 80,4% 68,8% 64,8% 61,2% 58,4% To a very small extent 83,2% 72,4% 70,4% 65,6% 64,0% Not at all 86,4% 77,6% 74,8% 72,8% 70,8% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q13. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the competences of individuals more comparable across COUNTRIES? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 28,4% 19,6% 15,2% 18,8% 14,8% To a large extent 32,4% 30,4% 22,8% 27,2% 25,2% To a moderate extent 18,0% 20,0% 19,6% 16,8% 18,8% To a small extent 6,0% 5,6% 8,8% 3,6% 6,0% To a very small extent 1,6% 1,2% 4,0% 1,6% 2,8% Not at all 0,8% 2,0% 1,6% 2,0% 1,2% Don't know/ no answer 12,8% 21,2% 28,0% 30,0% 31,2% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 28,4% 19,6% 15,2% 18,8% 14,8% To a large extent 60,8% 50,0% 38,0% 46,0% 40,0% To a moderate extent 78,8% 70,0% 57,6% 62,8% 58,8% To a small extent 84,8% 75,6% 66,4% 66,4% 64,8% To a very small extent 86,4% 76,8% 70,4% 68,0% 67,6% Not at all 87,2% 78,8% 72,0% 70,0% 68,8% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Page 29

30 Stakeholders Q14. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the competences of individuals more comparable across SECTORS? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 23,2% 12,8% 10,0% 16,0% 14,0% To a large extent 24,8% 26,4% 21,6% 21,2% 21,2% To a moderate extent 22,8% 19,6% 22,0% 15,6% 17,6% To a small extent 6,0% 8,4% 9,2% 7,6% 6,4% To a very small extent 2,4% 4,4% 5,6% 2,4% 2,8% Not at all 2,0% 2,0% 1,2% 2,0% 1,2% Don't know/ no answer 18,8% 26,4% 30,4% 35,2% 36,8% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 23,2% 12,8% 10,0% 16,0% 14,0% To a large extent 48,0% 39,2% 31,6% 37,2% 35,2% To a moderate extent 70,8% 58,8% 53,6% 52,8% 52,8% To a small extent 76,8% 67,2% 62,8% 60,4% 59,2% To a very small extent 79,2% 71,6% 68,4% 62,8% 62,0% Not at all 81,2% 73,6% 69,6% 64,8% 63,2% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q15. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the individual competences clearer? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Page 30

31 Stakeholders Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 29,6% 21,2% 16,4% 22,8% 20,8% To a large extent 30,0% 36,0% 23,2% 24,0% 22,4% To a moderate extent 20,0% 16,0% 23,6% 14,4% 17,6% To a small extent 2,8% 2,8% 7,2% 6,0% 6,0% To a very small extent 2,8% 2,0% 1,6% 1,6% 0,8% Not at all 1,6% 2,0% 1,6% 2,4% 1,2% Don't know/ no answer 13,2% 20,0% 26,4% 28,8% 31,2% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 29,6% 21,2% 16,4% 22,8% 20,8% To a large extent 59,6% 57,2% 39,6% 46,8% 43,2% To a moderate extent 79,6% 73,2% 63,2% 61,2% 60,8% To a small extent 82,4% 76,0% 70,4% 67,2% 66,8% To a very small extent 85,2% 78,0% 72,0% 68,8% 67,6% Not at all 86,8% 80,0% 73,6% 71,2% 68,8% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q16. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the candidate selection processes for EMPLOYERS easier? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 29,6% 17,2% 10,8% 18,4% 17,2% To a large extent 27,2% 30,0% 17,2% 22,0% 19,6% To a moderate extent 18,8% 19,2% 24,8% 16,0% 17,2% To a small extent 4,8% 6,4% 10,0% 6,8% 7,6% To a very small extent 0,4% 1,2% 3,2% 1,2% 1,6% Not at all 2,0% 2,8% 3,2% 2,0% 2,0% Don't know/ no answer 17,2% 23,2% 30,8% 33,6% 34,8% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS Page 31

32 Stakeholders To a very large extent 29,6% 17,2% 10,8% 18,4% 17,2% To a large extent 56,8% 47,2% 28,0% 40,4% 36,8% To a moderate extent 75,6% 66,4% 52,8% 56,4% 54,0% To a small extent 80,4% 72,8% 62,8% 63,2% 61,6% To a very small extent 80,8% 74,0% 66,0% 64,4% 63,2% Not at all 82,8% 76,8% 69,2% 66,4% 65,2% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q17. To what extent, in your view, have the following Europass documents made the candidate selection processes for EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS easier? Frequency ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total Percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 22,0% 18,8% 11,6% 24,0% 20,0% To a large extent 18,8% 22,8% 18,8% 22,8% 17,6% To a moderate extent 19,6% 14,0% 16,8% 10,0% 11,6% To a small extent 7,2% 7,2% 8,4% 3,6% 5,2% To a very small extent 2,4% 2,8% 4,0% 2,0% 2,0% Not at all 3,2% 2,0% 2,8% 1,6% 1,6% Don't know/ no answer 26,8% 32,4% 37,6% 36,0% 42,0% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Cumulative percent ECV ELP EMD EDS ECS To a very large extent 22,0% 18,8% 11,6% 24,0% 20,0% To a large extent 40,8% 41,6% 30,4% 46,8% 37,6% To a moderate extent 60,4% 55,6% 47,2% 56,8% 49,2% To a small extent 67,6% 62,8% 55,6% 60,4% 54,4% To a very small extent 70,0% 65,6% 59,6% 62,4% 56,4% Not at all 73,2% 67,6% 62,4% 64,0% 58,0% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q18.Currently, the Europass Mobility Document records individual knowledge, skills and competences gained during organised TRANSNATIONAL MOBILITY experience (study exchange, internship, apprenticeship etc.). In your view, to what extent would it be useful to have a similar European document that would record knowledge, skills and competences gained through DOMESTIC organised experience? Page 32

33 Stakeholders Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Very useful 91 36,4% 36,4% Quite useful ,0% 76,4% Not so useful 23 9,2% 85,6% Useless 10 4,0% 89,6% I don't know 19 7,6% 97,2% No answer 7 2,8% 100,0% Total ,0% Q19. In your opinion, would it be useful to have a Europass document helping people to describe their ICT skills in a standardised way? Frequency Percent Cumulative percent Very useful 88 35,2% 35,2% Quite useful ,0% 79,2% Not so useful 26 10,4% 89,6% Useless 8 3,2% 92,8% I don't know 11 4,4% 97,2% No answer 7 2,8% 100,0% Total ,0% Q20. For national stakeholders: To what extent do you agree with the following statements about the work of the Europass representatives in your country? (National Europass centre in your country is successful in raising awareness about Europass documents among the potential users (individuals, organisations)) To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Frequency To a very small extent National Europass centre in your country is successful in raising awareness about Europass documents among the potential users (individuals, organisations) National Europass centre in your country is providing necessary support to individuals / organisations on the use of Europass documents The information provided in the national Europass website is useful The information provided in the national Europass website is sufficient The CV is well presented in the national Europass website Page 33

34 Stakeholders The Language Passport is wellpresented in the national Europass website The Mobility Document is wellpresented in the national Europass website The Diploma Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website The Certificate Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Percent To a very small extent National Europass centre in your country is successful in raising awareness about Europass documents among the potential users (individuals, organisations) 19,2% 31,6% 22,8% 5,6% 2,8% National Europass centre in your country is providing necessary support to individuals / organisations on the use of Europass documents 22,8% 33,2% 19,2% 4,0% 0,4% The information provided in the national Europass website is useful 30,0% 34,0% 18,0% 2,4% 0,0% The information provided in the national Europass website is sufficient 25,2% 33,2% 18,4% 3,6% 0,8% The CV is well presented in the national Europass website 31,2% 34,8% 12,4% 2,4% 0,4% The Language Passport is wellpresented in the national Europass website 25,2% 33,6% 12,4% 4,8% 1,2% The Mobility Document is wellpresented in the national Europass website 23,6% 32,4% 15,6% 4,0% 0,8% The Diploma Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website 20,8% 32,4% 14,4% 3,2% 1,2% The Certificate Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website 21,2% 30,8% 14,0% 4,8% 1,2% To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent Cumulative perce To a very small extent Page 34

35 Stakeholders National Europass centre in your country is successful in raising awareness about Europass documents among the potential users (individuals, organisations) 19,2% 50,8% 73,6% 79,2% 82,0% National Europass centre in your country is providing necessary support to individuals / organisations on the use of Europass documents 22,8% 56,0% 75,2% 79,2% 79,6% The information provided in the national Europass website is useful 30,0% 64,0% 82,0% 84,4% 84,4% The information provided in the 25,2% 58,4% 76,8% 80,4% 81,2% The CV is well presented in the 31,2% 66,0% 78,4% 80,8% 81,2% The Language Passport is wellpresented in the national Europass website 25,2% 58,8% 71,2% 76,0% 77,2% The Mobility Document is wellpresented in the national Europass website 23,6% 56,0% 71,6% 75,6% 76,4% The Diploma Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website 20,8% 53,2% 67,6% 70,8% 72,0% The Certificate Supplement is wellpresented in the national Europass website 21,2% 52,0% 66,0% 70,8% 72,0% Q26. Has your organisation contacted or been contacted by other organisations in regard to the Europass initiative (promotional events, documents, etc.)? Frequency Percent Yes ,4% No 72 28,8% I don't know 44 17,6% Total ,0% Q31. Has the Europass initiative helped your organisation to establish or strengthen links with other organisations? Frequency Percent Yes 83 33,2% No 95 38,0% I don't know 69 27,6% Total ,0% Q32. For national stakeholders: To what extent, in your view, has Europass helped to establish / strengthen the links between your organisation and the following organisations? (EURES Network) Page 35

36 Stakeholders EURES Network NARIC Network National agencies for other European initiatives National Qualificatio ns authorities Frequency Employer associations To a very large extent To a large extent To a moderate extent To a small extent To a very small extent Not at all Don't know/ no answer Total EURES Network NARIC Network National agencies for other European initiatives National Qualificatio ns authorities Percent Employer associations To a very large extent 13,3% 9,6% 12,0% 9,6% 8,4% To a large extent 22,9% 10,8% 27,7% 15,7% 19,3% To a moderate extent 12,0% 13,3% 19,3% 24,1% 25,3% To a small extent 9,6% 10,8% 12,0% 12,0% 9,6% To a very small extent 4,8% 2,4% 2,4% 4,8% 7,2% Not at all 3,6% 10,8% 4,8% 9,6% 6,0% Don't know/ no answer 33,7% 42,2% 21,7% 24,1% 24,1% Total 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% EURES Network NARIC Network National agencies for other European Cumulative percent National Qualificatio ns authorities Employer associations To a very large extent 13,3% 9,6% 12,0% 9,6% 8,4% To a large extent 36,1% 20,5% 39,8% 25,3% 27,7% To a moderate extent 48,2% 33,7% 59,0% 49,4% 53,0% To a small extent 57,8% 44,6% 71,1% 61,4% 62,7% To a very small extent 62,7% 47,0% 73,5% 66,3% 69,9% Not at all 66,3% 57,8% 78,3% 75,9% 75,9% Don't know/ no answer 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Q33. For national stakeholders: Does the institutional website of your organisation contain any information on Europass (the overall initiative, its documents, links to Europass website etc.)? Frequency Percent Yes ,6% No 75 30,0% Page 36

37 Stakeholders I don't know 9 3,6% Total ,0% Q4. For international stakeholders: Has your organisation contacted or been contacted or been contacted by the DG EAC, EACEA or Cedefop in regard to Europass initiative? Frequency Percent yes 7 36,8% no 4 21,1% I don't know/ no answer 8 42,1% Total ,0% Q5. For international stakefolders: Does your organisation represent any of the following groups of Frequency Percent Pupils or students 5 15,6% Teachers 5 15,6% Volunteers 2 6,3% Migrants 4 12,5% Proffesionals 5 15,6% Unemployed 4 12,5% Employers 4 12,5% Other groups 3 9,4% Total % ############################### Frequency Percent My organisation has been involved in th 1 5,26% My organisation has received some of t 3 15,79% My organisation has been promoting te 5 26,32% My organisation has used some of the d 1 5,26% My organisation has never dealt with E 3 15,79% No answer 6 31,58% Total ,00% Q21. For international stakefolders: To what extent, in your view, could the results currently achieved by Frequency Valid Percent To a moderate extent 2 10,53% To a small extent 2 10,53% The results currently achieved by the E 4 21,05% I don't know/ cannot answer 11 57,89% Total ,00% Page 37

38 Stakeholders Q22. For international stakefolders: In your view, would it be possible to maintain the current Europass implementation structure without the EU funding? Frequency Valid Percent No 9 47,4% I don't know/cannot answer 10 52,6% Total ,0% Q23. For international stakefolders: In your view, could the Europass initiative be continued if the EU financial support was withdrawn (not necessarily through the network of NECs)? Frequency Valid Percent To a moderate extent 5 26,32% To a small extent 4 21,05% The results currently achieved by the E 7 36,84% No answer 3 15,79% Total ,00% Q25. For international stakefolders: To what extent in your view would the Europass documents be kept up to date and harmonised if the process was not coordinated and supported by the EU institutions? Frequency Valid Percent To a moderate extent 1 5,3% To a small extent 3 15,8% The results currently achieved by the E 8 42,1% I don't know/ cannot answer 7 36,8% Total Page 38

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49 Stakeholders Not at all Don t know / no answer Total 0,4% 17,6% 100,0% 1,2% 19,2% 100,0% 0,4% 15,2% 100,0% 0,8% 18,0% 100,0% 0,4% 18,4% 100,0% 0,4% 22,4% 100,0% 0,4% 23,2% 100,0% 1,2% 26,8% 100,0% 1,2% 26,8% 100,0% ent Not at all Don t know / no answer Page 49

50 Stakeholders 82,4% 100,0% 80,8% 100,0% 84,8% 100,0% 82,0% 100,0% 81,6% 100,0% 77,6% 100,0% 76,8% 100,0% 73,2% 100,0% 73,2% 100,0% Page 50

51 Stakeholders Educational associations Educational institutions Student representati ves Educational associations Educational institutions Student representati ves 21,7% 9,6% 2,4% 22,9% 12,0% 7,2% 22,9% 24,1% 7,2% 10,8% 9,6% 1,2% 2,4% 3,6% 1,2% 3,6% 8,4% 3,6% 15,7% 32,5% 77,1% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Educational associations Educational institutions Student representati ves 21,7% 9,6% 2,4% 44,6% 21,7% 9,6% 67,5% 45,8% 16,9% 78,3% 55,4% 18,1% 80,7% 59,0% 19,3% 84,3% 67,5% 22,9% 100,0% 100,0% 100,0% Page 51

52 Stakeholders the Europass framework be accomplished with lower budgets? Page 52

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54 In which language were questions provided? Endusers Frequency Percent Romanian (RO) ,1% German (DE) ,2% English (ENG) ,9% Lithuanian (LT) 931 5,4% Spanish (ESP) ,6% Norwegian (NO) 128 0,7% Total % Q1. What is your country of nationality? Frequency Percent Austria 627 3,7% Belgium 55 0,3% Bulgaria 100 0,6% Croatia 77 0,4% Cyprus 68 0,4% Czech Republic 30 0,2% Denmark 9 0,1% Estonia 36 0,2% Finland 38 0,2% France 71 0,4% FYROM 11 0,1% Germany ,2% Greece 137 0,8% Hungary 120 0,7% Iceland 21 0,1% Ireland 173 1,0% Italy 274 1,6% Latvia 240 1,4% Liechtenstein 1 0,0% Lithuania 923 5,4% Luxembourg 5 0,0% Malta 53 0,3% The Netherlands 38 0,2% Norway 122 0,7% Poland 253 1,5% Portugal 274 1,6% Romania ,6% Slovakia 22 0,1% Slovenia 45 0,3% Spain ,5% Sweden 26 0,2% Switzerland 10 0,1% Turkey 152 0,9% United Kingdom 83 0,5% Other 326 1,9% Total ,0% Page 54

55 Q2. Your gender Endusers Frequency Percent female ,4% male ,6% Total ,0% Q3. How old are you? Frequency Percent up to ,8% ,8% ,1% ,4% ,9% Total ,0% Q4. What is your highest level of educational achievement? Frequency Percent Primary education 277 1,6% Secondary (academic route) ,3% Secondary (vocational route) ,3% Post-secondary non-university ,6% Undergraduate degree ,2% Post-graduate degree ,0% Doctorate 336 2,0% Total ,0% Q5. What is your current educational or occupational status? Frequency Percent In education or training ,3% In a voluntary arrangement 182 1,1% In employment (less than five y ,5% In employment (more than five ,8% Unemployed/ job-seeking ,8% Other ,6% Total ,0% Q6. Have you ever used the Europass CV? Frequency Percent Yes, I have used the Europass ,0% I use my personal CV template ,6% No, I have never used the Euro ,4% Total ,0% Page 55

56 Q7. Why have you NOT used the Europass CV? Endusers Frequency Percent I have never heard about the E ,2% I do not know how this docume ,8% I do not like the design of the E ,4% I do not like using standard form ,5% I am used to other CV formats ,3% Certain important elements/ sec 156 1,5% I cannot change the order of the 628 6,1% I have no information/ guidance ,2% Other reasons 878 8,5% Total number of respondents Q8. To what extent do you agree that the CV format of you choice (so not the Eu skills in a clear way? Frequency Percent Strongly agree ,2% Agree ,0% Rather agree ,9% Rather disagree 434 4,2% Disagree 171 1,7% Strongly agree 45 0,4% I don't know/ cannot answer ,7% Total Q9. Which were the main reasons for choosing the Europass CV? Frequency Percent It is easier to use the Europass ,4% The Europass CV format was re ,7% It is an internationally recognise ,4% It is a popular tool among my ci 549 8,0% The Europass CV looks more p ,3% Other reasons 324 4,7% Total number of respondents 6886 Q10. How often do you choose to use the Europass CV instead of other CV form Frequency Percent Every time ,7% Very often ,5% Often ,7% Rarely ,8% Only in exceptional cases ,2% Total 6878 Page 56

57 Endusers Q11. What have you used the Europass CV for? Frequency Percent To apply for a job ,2% To apply for a traineeship/ inter ,1% To apply for admission to an ed ,5% To apply for volunteering ,7% For other purposes 534 7,8% Total number of respondents 6886 Q12. In your opinion, has the Europass CV helped you in any of the following w Percent To be invited to job, training or vulunteering interviews/ be preselected to job, training or volunteering positions) To be accepted to lifelong learning programmes (e.g. erasmus) language course etc.) Yes 58,1% 45,9% No 9,2% 10,7% I don't know 20,5% 11,1% I have not attempted this 12,2% 32,3% Total 100,0% 100,0% Q13. To what extent do you agree with the following statements? Percent The Europass CV template is easy to fill-in Individual information that can be presented in the Europass CV (the desired field of employment, work experience, skills and competences etc.) is sufficient strongly agree 43,0% 33,5% agree 36,3% 45,2% Rather agree 13,7% 15,7% Rather disagree 3,3% 2,8% Disagree 2,3% 1,5% Strongly disagree 1,1% 0,7% Don't know/ not applicable 0,3% 0,7% Total 100,0% 100,0% Page 57

58 Endusers Q14. Have you ever used the Europass Language Passport? Frequency Valid Percent Yes, I have used the Europass ,3% I have used only the self assesm ,5% No, I have never used the Euro ,3% Total ,0% Q15. Why have you NOT used Europass Language Passport? Frequency Percent I have never heard about the E ,2% I do not knowhow this documen ,6% I do not like the design of the E 334 2,2% I do not like standard formats 534 3,6% I am used to other language ev ,4% Certain important elements/ sec 92 0,6% I have no information/ guidance ,8% Other reasons 997 6,7% Total number of respondents Q16. Which were the main reasons for choosing the Europass Language Passp Frequency Percent It is easier to use the Europass ,9% It is an easy way to present my ,2% The Europass Language Passp ,4% It is an internationally recognise ,2% It is a popular tool among my ci 107 4,7% I believe that I have higher chan ,7% Other reasons 51 2,2% Total number of respondents 2285 Q17. What have you used the Europass Language Passport for? Frequency Percent to apply for a job ,8% to apply for a traineeship/ intern ,1% to apply for admission to an edu ,0% to apply for volunteering 187 8,2% I used it to keep a track of my o ,6% For other purposes 107 4,7% Total number of respondents 2285 Page 58

59 Endusers Q18. In your opinion, has the Europass Language Passport helped you in any o Percent To be invited to job, training or volunteering interviews/ be preselected to job, training or volunteering positions To be admitted to educational institutions Yes 57,6% 28,8% No 8,6% 15,4% I don't know 18,3% 13,5% I have not attempted this 15,4% 42,2% Total 100,0% 100,0% Q19. To what extent do you agree with the following statements? Percent The Europass Language Passport template is easy to fill-in Individual information that can be presented in the Europass Language Passport is sufficient strongly agree 48,3% 36,2% agree 36,8% 41,3% Rather agree 10,9% 16,7% Rather disagree 2,2% 3,3% Disagree 0,6% 0,9% Strongly disagree 0,3% 0,4% Don't know/ not applicable 0,8% 1,2% Total 100,0% 100,0% Q20. Do you have a diploma / degree of HIGHER EDUCATION? Frequency Percent Yes ,0% No ,0% Total ,0% Q21. Which year did you receive your latest diploma / degree of higher educatio Frequency Percent Before ,6% ,1% Page 59

60 Endusers ,4% ,8% ,0% ,1% Total ,0% Q22. In which country did you receive your latest diploma / degree of higher edu Frequency Valid Percent Austria 226 2,4% Belgium 52 0,5% Bulgaria 61 0,6% Croatia 58 0,6% Cyprus 32 0,3% Czech Republic 25 0,3% Denmark 16 0,2% Estonia 19 0,2% Finland 28 0,3% France 98 1,0% FYROM 10 0,1% Germany ,6% Greece 93 1,0% Hungary 97 1,0% Iceland 5 0,1% Ireland 132 1,4% Italy 209 2,2% Latvia 145 1,5% Liechtenstein 2 0,0% Lithuania 490 5,1% Malta 30 0,3% The Netherlands 51 0,5% Norway 55 0,6% Poland 156 1,6% Portugal 175 1,8% Romania ,4% Slovakia 15 0,2% Slovenia 29 0,3% Spain ,0% Sweden 40 0,4% Switzerland 11 0,1% Turkey 84 0,9% United Kingdom 185 1,9% Other 233 2,4% Total ,0% Q23. Did you receive a DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT along with your latest higher ed Frequency Valid Percent Yes, I received a diploma suppl ,8% No, I did not receive a diploma ,0% I do not know/ I do not remeber ,1% Total ,0% Page 60

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