Impact measurement for your student mobility programs

How to maximize the impact of your education program and collect impact evidence?

Backpack2school developed an impact measurement framework that
allows to incorporate impact assessment in student mobility programs. The framework helps to improve the outcome of each program and allows educators to make a better decision whether the programs have desired learning outcomes for students. The framework can be tailored to any mobility program.

Impact Measurement Framework

The Backpack2school impact measurement framework allows the assessment of student mobility programs. Our framework uses a variety of quantitative and qualitative methods and a combination of the shelf and tailor-made tools.

• Qualitative pre and post self-assessment
• Quantitative pre and post-assessment tool using the Intercultural Effective Scale (IES).
• Qualitative reflective exercises

Our standardized and step-by-step guide provides practical tools to equip universities and organizations with the skills needed to incorporate impact practice in their education programs.

Benefits & Outcomes

Qualitative Programs

“Produce skillful and intercultural competent educators who can thrive and contribute to an inclusive classroom.”

Measurable Outcomes

“Report on the effectiveness of your mobility program with data”

Continuous Improvement

“Understand the key elements of your program and take the necessary steps to further develop it.”

Case Study

We are committed to help organization measure the impact of their student mobility programs. We did so by implementing our framework at the biggest education university in Switzerland. In our case study we share our learnings and best practices.

Case Study


Learn the process behind the planning, design, and development of our impact measurement project at the biggest education university in Switzerland.

Can we be a part of your impact measurement efforts?

Our framework is actionable and provides step-by-step guidance for implementation.
We support you during the process until you’re comfortable, and after that, you can start using evidence to improve student outcomes