TÁRKI was the Hungarian partner in the EAL-NET (EuroAlmaLaurea) project. Its goal was to demonstrate the economic sustainability and the viability of a new transnational eRecruitment service aimed at university graduates and businesses. The EAL system was based on a 'graduate record', which every university had already possessed for its own management and administrative purposes (personal data, student career, degree, other specialisations, etc.). This record was enriched with additional data and information provided directly by the student just before graduation. In Hungary the graduate CVs were provided by ELTE University. EAL-NET was Trans-European in scope: it aimed to extend the Italian initiative to six countries, including Hungary and Poland, and linked together the most relevant stakeholders involved in eRecruitment (universities and employment agencies). The project originated from a preliminary feasibility study, which was financed by the European Union under the Leonardo da Vinci programme.
Visit the project website here.