The Benefits of EGPS
Students will develop their professional, intercultural and language skills. They will find employment more easily and will have more opportunities to work abroad.
Universities will develop a deeper understanding of the market for which they are preparing their students, ensuring that the programmes they offer are relevant and develop the right practical and theoretical skills. The research undertaken will lead to more effective teaching and learning, and further sharing of best practice across member states and institutions.
Language Services Providers (and their clients) will benefit from
- fresh ideas and excellent language competence
- the opportunity to help train future translators and possible recruits
- a better-skilled workforce.