EAIE Podcast
EAIE Podcast
Aug 2, 2022
47. Nikos Liolios: Student mobility’s digital infrastructure
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Commissioner Mariya Gabriel has said that, with the new Erasmus+ programme 2022-2027, “Paper officially belongs to the past”. Indeed, higher education administrators across Europe are actively working to achieve this goal, coming together to establish the infrastructure and processes that can enable the flawless exchange of student data. 

So what exactly is going on right now to provide students and staff with an easier and more efficient experience of the administrative component of Erasmus+ mobility? In this episode of the EAIE podcast, we sit in conversation with a veteran of Erasmus+ digitalisation, Nikos Liolios of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Join us as we hear from him what novelties we can expect in the future, what challenges are yet to be overcome, and how to avoid feeling lost in this new world of digital bureaucracy.

About Nikos Liolios
Nikos Liolios is Erasmus+ Officer at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and Project Manager of the European Digital Student Service Infrastructure (EDSSI) project. He has over 10 years of experience in the fields of student and staff mobility, cooperation partnerships and management of European projects. Nikos holds a BA in International and European, Economic and Political Studies and an MA in International Relations from the University of Macedonia, Greece.

Additional resources
For further insights into the topics touched on in this episode, the following resources may be of interest:
European Digital Student Service Infrastructure (EDSSI)

European Student Card Initiative (ESCI) knowledge base

EAIE Podcast: International students’ digital experiences

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