Euraxess Reflex


Project is part of the activities of the EURAXESS Network

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 643510.

How the application works

The REFLEX App interface is intuitive and easy to learn and use. However, to get the most of the application, we recommend the users to read the following overview of the application functionalities and tips how to use them.

1. Basic description of the application structure

Application structure is based on the model scheme developed in the REFLEX project (- link-). The scheme consists of five main categories (we will also refer to them as to the modules in this Guide). These are: Career Advice, Academic Skills and Development, Company and Organisational Interaction, Mobility and Networking. 

Each Category consists of the set of sub-modules. E. g. the category Mobility includes the following sub-modules: Dual Career, Legal and Administrative Issues, Cultural Courses and Mobility Coaching.

Each sub-module includes a short description. The sub-modules marked with “C” refer to courses. (E.g. C: Language courses).  The sub-modules marked with “W” refer to workshops (E. g. W: How to become and entrepreneur).

2. Different preview options

The application offers several different preview options. Find the details here.

3. Customising the scheme

Institutions can customise the scheme according to their specific situation. The scheme can be edited by several collaborators and subsequently shared with the researchers or other external users. Find the details here.

4. Saving and sharing the scheme

Any updates made in the scheme can be saved and shared with collaborators as well as with external users. Find the details here.

5. Terms of use

The REFLEX Application can be used free of charge. The application can be used for the non-commercial purposes only.

The tool is a property of the REFLEX project consortium (SAIA, n. o., Bratislava; Bay Zoltán Nonprofit Ltd., Budapest; ETH Zurich; NTNU Trondheim; University of Copenhagen).




Last modified: 2017-02-16