European industrial doctorates-Towards increased employability and innovation

11/04/2017

Final Report - This is the final report for a study assessing the European Industrial Doctorates (EID) scheme. The report presents findings and conclusions from an assessment of the EID scheme activities up until March 2016. The remainder of this report is structured as follows: - Section 2 reviews the rationale for the EID scheme, based on conducted interviews and survey responses; - Section 3 discusses the relevance of the EID scheme; - Section 4 presents an analysis of demand for EID funding and activities, based on an analysis of CORDA data and survey responses – the section compares activities funded to comparator programmes where data were available; - Section 5 discusses the appropriateness of EID implementation; - Section 6 presents an initial assessment of the scheme’s added value; and - Section 7 discusses preliminary results and impact reported by survey respondents

 

 

Executive Summary  - This is the final report for a study assessing the European Industrial Doctorates (EID) scheme. EID projects are funded as part of Innovative Training Networks (ITN) under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA). The report presents findings and conclusions from an assessment of the EID scheme activities up to March 2016

 

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