Welcome to our ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnerships project. The project provides free on and off line Access To Modules (AToM) to study master's courses in Europe. The AToM platform allows candidates to assess their suitability for Masters courses and, where required, provides them with self-study modules to help them prepare for their application and the course. 

Use AToM
Strategic partnership

University of the Highlands and Islands

University of Borås

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University of Alcalá

The aim

The AToM pilot project is to design, develop, implement and evaluate access modules to study master's courses in Europe. 

AToM modules are designed to help universities attract suitable students. The course content within the modules helps potential students understand the requirements of the master's course and allows them to prepare for the course by developing the knowledge and skills required for course entry and success. 

The access module is not designed to replace or compete with existing methods of validation and credit transfer (such as ECTS) but to help potential students self-identify their suitability.

Project structure

Due to the range of skills and experiences required to develop, implement and evaluate the project. The project partners developed the following five work streams: 

To developing a engaging platform for students and Universities alike 
To identify a pedagogical model for the access modules
To identify appropriate format for the modules and digital learning interventions
To disseminate the results of the project
To evaluate the access modules and the overall project outcomes
  
Project funding

This is an Erasmus+ project, funded with support from the European Commission under grant agreement 2016-1-SE01-KA203-22064

Project co-ordination 

Hogskolan i Boras, registration number 202100-3138, with address at Allegation 1, 501 90 Boras. Contact Dr Ramon Garrote, email ramon.garrote@hb.se

Project Details

Timetable from 01/09/16 until 31/08/19
Total costs is estimated at Eur 263,390

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