The first Transnational Project Meeting within the LMI-EUniv project has taken place on 28 June 2022 online. The host was the Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research. The partneres discussed steps for mapping essential LMI sources at national level and methodology for exploring how HEI in Europe are using LMI. In addition, an Impact Exercise was conducted to assess the potential impact of the project and what lessons can be transferred to our target audiences and how.
The LMI-EUniv project was the subject of a successful application to Key Action 2 – Cooperation among organisations and institutions – of the Erasmus+ programme. It was submitted by West University of Timisoara in partnership with University of Milano-Bicocca (Italy), University of Tallinn (Estonia), Prospektiker – (Spain) and LISER – Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (Luxembourg).
The main goal of the project is to explore how European Universities are using labour market information and labour market intelligence in the planning and delivery of their provision and how can this be improved. In addition, a Labour Market Intelligence Hub will be developed. This will be an online platform, aggregating LMI sources and information, and aims to become a reference point for all members of ENRLMM.