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1ERASMUS+ : General Information & Joint Masters Degrees Tuija Koponen, International OfficeErasmus+ Application Info,
2Erasmus+ - general information 1/2 Programme period: January 2014 – 2020Replaced Lifelong learning programme, Youth in Action programme, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink, EU-USA, EU-Canada, EU-Japan etc.Programme countries (34): can fully take part in all actionsEU Member StatesNon-EU countries: Turkey, Iceland, Macedonia, Liechtenstein, NorwayPartner countries (over 160): can take part in certain actions, such as, Joint Master Degrees, Capacity Building Projects, Jean Monnet; divided in 13 regionsKey words of E+: strategic partnerships, innovations, employability & entrepreneurship
3Erasmus+ - general information 2/2 Strong emphasis on mobility -> 63 % of E+ programme budget!Projects: fewer calls, larger projects, increased funding for projects in later calls for proposalsLink to JYU Erasmus Policy Statement in applications:https://www.jyu.fi/yliopistopalvelut/academic-and-student-services/international-office/staff/policies/epsErasmus Charter number (29549-LA FI-E4AKA1-ECHE), and PIC number ( ) needed in applicationsAt JYU: Int’l Office coordinates Joint Masters Degree –action, Research & Innovation Services all other projects
43 main types of Key Actions Learning mobility of individuals (KA1)Staff mobility, in particular for teachers, lecturers, school leaders and youth workersMobility for higher education students, vocational education and training studentsStudent loan guaranteeJoint Master degreesMobility for higher education for EU and non- EU beneficiariesVolunteering and youth exchangesCooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices (KA2)Strategic partnerships between education/training or youth organisations and other relevant actorsLarge scale partnerships between education and training establishments and business: Knowledge Alliances & Sector Skills alliancesIT-Platforms including e-TwinningCooperation with third countries and focus on neighbourhood countriesSupport for policy reform (KA3)Open method of CoordinationProspective initiativesEU recognition toolsDissemination & exploitationPolicy dialogue with stakeholders, third countries and international organisationsBut we cannot lay the foundations of a new knowledge-driven economy based on education alone.
5of individuals - Higher Education- OPEN TO THE WORLDCredit mobility: International opening of Erasmus, more mobility of students and staff between EU – non EU in both directionsDegree mobility: Joint Master Programmesof excellent quality offeredby consortium ofEU/non EU universitiesto attract the very beststudents worldwideINTRA-EU ONLYStudent loan guarantee: to boost degree mobility within EuropeKey Action 1Learning mobilityof individuals - Higher Education-Joint Master Degrees (JMDs) are:Highly integrated international master programmes,- selected and supported by the European Commission,- developed and delivered by a consortium of EU and non-EU universities,- that include a mandatory study period in two different countries,- that lead to the award of fully recognised joint or multiple degrees.Financial Support will be awarded for: - the management of the consortium and the implementation ofthe JMD for (at least) 3 consecutive intakes- supporting the costs of invited scholars / guest lecturers contributingto the delivery and the excellence of the JMDhigh level students scholarships awarded to the bestmaster students worldwide.Student Scholarship Holders will - Receive a full scholarship covering their tuition, travel and living costs,- For non EU-citizens, be covered by health and accident insurance,- Study (/perform research, /undergo a placement) in two differentcountries of the consortium,- Be awarded a fully recognised joint or multiple degree after havingsuccessfully completed their master-Join the Erasmus + Student and Alumni AssociationEducation and Culture
6Cooperation for innovation - Higher Education - KA2Cooperation for innovation - Higher Education -Strategic Partnerships: more intense cooperation between institutions.Knowledge Alliances: structure partnerships between HEI and businessesCapacity Building in HE for neighbourhood countries, Western Balkans and the rest of the world (Asia, Latin America & Africa)HE Strategic Partnerships Raise HEIs capacity to moderniseKnowledge Alliances University-business cooperation for more innovationSupport to Neighbouring and WB countries Partnerships between HEIs from EU and PartnerCountries for exchange and transfer of experience+ Additional MOBILITY STRAND for students and staffCooperation with Asia, Latin America, Africa,Caribbean and Pacific Limited mobility to achieve projects’ objectivesEducation and Culture
7Erasmus+ Joint Master Degrees 1/2 Deadline: March 4, 2015integrated international Master’s degree programme (60 – 120 ECTS) delivered by an international consortium of HEI’sNot for devpt - must be ready to run at the application stage!EC aims to support 350 JMDs during the E+ periodProgramme must lead to the awarding of joint diploma, double degree or multiple degreeFunding for 3 consecutive intakes (4 - 5 yrs) + preparatory year, during which programme is marketed;Funding includes euros for preparatory year, euros per intake for consortium management, 13 – 20 student scholarships and four invited scholars per intake -> jmd total grant will vary between 2 and 3 million EURIndicative number of projects to be selected in 2015: 18Possible continuation funding for successful JMDs (JMD Catalogue): shared funding for up to 3 additional student intakes
8Erasmus+ Joint Master Degrees 2/2 Minimun consortium: HEI’s from at least 3 different programme countries (+ eventual HEI’s from partner country, if relevant)Consortium can include also associated partners, including enterprises, research institutes etc.Jmd must include study periods in at least two of the consortium HEI’s; mandatory study abroad must contain studies leading to at least 30 ECTSRelevance: topics linked to identified needs in European / worldwide context; contribution to excellence & innovation; clear learning outcomes + relevant competences + employabilityEnsuring programme sustainability is a clear strength!Before considering applying, check current JMD’s!
9JYU / national framework for joint degree programmes 1/2 Critical things / national restrictions regarding Joint Master Degrees:Extent of programme – should be 120 ECTSTuition fees! According to current legislation, Finnish universities cannot charge tuition fees in degree programmes“Education leading to a university degree… shall be free of charge for the student, unless otherwise provided in this Act.”Joint degree in the sense of awarding one single joint degree certificate / diploma is not necessarily recognized in Finland!
10JYU / national framework for joint degree programmes 2/2 Rectors decision on int’l joint degree programmes https://www.jyu.fi/hallinto/rehtori/intra/en_rpIf the joint degree programme requires changes in the education responsibility of the University of Jyväskylä, the faculty in question is to propose this to the University Board.Important to involve faculty-level head of academic affairs for the planning of jmd’s! Jmd’s must be coherent with JYU degree regulationsfaculty has to also make a plan on how the jmd implementation costs will be covered when external funding endsfaculty will decide, if adjustments are needed to the general student admission criteria of JYUJYU recommends double degrees over joint degrees, because the official status on joint degrees is unestablished
11Erasmus+ Spring 2015 Call for Proposals Research and Innovation ServicesUniversity of Jyväskylä
12Erasmus+ special features Covering all education, training and youth sectors in a holistic manner, and adding sportFewer calls and large reduction in number of actionsFinancial management: greater use of unit costs40% increase, benefiting all sectorsAdditional funding from external action instruments to support international dimension of higher education
132015 call for proposals covers the following actions of the Erasmus+ programme Key Action 1 (KA1) — Learning mobility of individualsMobility of individuals in the field of education, training and youth (CIMO)Erasmus Mundus Joint master degrees (EACEA)Large-scale European voluntary service eventsKey Action 2 (KA2) — Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practicesStrategic partnerships in the field of education, training and youth (CIMO)Knowledge alliances (EACEA)Sector skills alliances (EACEA)Capacity building in the field of higher education (EACEA)Capacity building in the field of youth (EACEA)
14Spring call for proposals covers the following actions of the Erasmus+ programme Key Action 3 (KA3) — Support for policy reform (CIMO)Structured dialogue: meeting between young people and decision-makers in the field of youthJean Monnet activities (EACEA)Jean Monnet chairsJean Monnet modulesJean Monnet centres of excellenceJean Monnet support to institutions and associationsJean Monnet networksJean Monnet projectsSport (EACEA)Collaborative partnerships in the sport fieldNot-for-profit European sport events
15Deadlines 2015 Key Action 2 13.00 (12.00 CET) KA203: Strategic Partnerships for higher educationKnowledge AlliancesSector Skills AlliancesCapacity Building in the field of higher educationOthers13.00 (12.00 CET)KA347: Structured meetings between young people and decision-makers in the field of youth10.2., 30.4., andJean MonnetSport: Collaborative PartnershipsSport: Not-for-profit European Sport Events
162015 budget frameThe total budget earmarked for this call for proposals is estimated at 1 736,4 M €:Education and Training: 1536,5 M €Youth: 171,7 M €Jean Monnet: 11,4 M €Sport:16,8 M €
17Programme Guide English Ohjelmaopas Strategic partnerships p.106-122 online application procedure Knowledge Alliances pOnline application procedure Capacity building in the field of higher education pCollaborative partnerships in sports pAnnex I pApplication forms
18Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation 4 types of projects:Strategic Partnerships in the field of education, training and youth;Knowledge Alliances;Sector Skills Alliances;Capacity Building.
19Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Projects funded under this Key Action are also likely to have a positive impact on the persons directly or indirectly involved in the activities,such as, for example:increased sense of initiative and entrepreneurship;increased competence in foreign languages;increased level of digital competence;greater understanding and responsiveness to social, linguistic and cultural diversity;improved levels of skills for employability and new business creation (including social entrepreneurship);more active participation in society;more positive attitude towards the European project and the EU values;better understanding and recognition of skills and qualifications in Europe and beyond;improved competences, linked to their professional profiles (teaching, training, youth work, etc.);broader understanding of practices, policies and systems in education, training or youth across countries;greater understanding of interconnections between formal, non-formal education, vocational training, other forms of learning and labour market respectively;increased opportunities for professional development;increased motivation and satisfaction in their daily work.
20Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Impact of this Key Action is intended to be:increased quality of education and training and youth work in Europe and beyond: combining higher levels of excellence and attractiveness with increased opportunities for all, including those at disadvantage;education, training and youth systems that are better aligned to the needs of and opportunities offered by the labour market, and closer links to business and the community;improved provision and assessment of basic and transversal skills, particularly entrepreneurship, language competences and digital skills;increased synergies and links and improved transition between the different systems of education, training and youth at national level, with improved use of European reference tools for recognition, validation and transparency of competences and qualifications;Promote the use of learning outcomes when describing and defining qualifications, parts of qualifications and curricula, in support to teaching and learning and in assessment;new and increased inter-regional and cross-border cooperation of public authorities in the fields of education, training and youth;more strategic and integrated use of ICTs and open educational resources (OER) by education, training and youth systems;increased motivation for language learning through innovative teaching methods and better links to practical use of language skills required by the labour market;reinforced interaction between practice, research and policy in each system.
21Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Strategic partnershipsAims:address policy objectives, challenges and needs of a specific field (i.e. higher education, vocational education and training (VET), school education, adult education, youth);oraddress policy objectives, challenges and needs relevant to several fields of education, training and youth.Main activities:Strategic Partnerships aim to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices at organisational, local, regional, national or European levelsDevelop, test, implement new joint curricula, joint study programmes, common modules, intensive programmesDevelop project-based cooperation with enterprises to study real-life casesExploit the potential of Open Educational Resources, collaborative and personalised learningIntegrate various study modes (distance, part-time, modular)
22Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation HE strategic partnershipsCharacteristics:Flexible projects focused to actual needs and resultsProjects between different education sectors are possibleInnovative and concrete resultsActivities define the scope of projectsLinks with the HE modernisation strategy and HEI’s own strategyObjectives include:Quality of education & teaching methodsRelevance to employers, employability of graduatesProfessional development of staffParticipation of different sectors and different types of organisations is desirableMinimum partnership: 3 organisations from 3 participating countries. In addition to HEIs e.g. enterprises, public authorities and associationsProject duration 2-3 years, funding max. € 450,000 / 3 yearsDe-centralised administration (CIMO)
23Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation HE strategic partnershipsEligible activities:Blended mobility combining short-term physical mobility (less than 2 months) with virtual mobility;Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils (5 days to 2 months);Intensive Study Programmes (5 days to 2 months);Long-term study mobility of pupils (2 to12 months);Long-term teaching or training assignments (2 to12 months);Long-term mobility of youth workers (2 to12 months);Short-term joint staff training events (5 days to 2 months).Activities of learners as well as long-term activities of staff or youth workers from or to Partner Countries are not eligible.
24Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Knowledge alliances -Large-scale cooperation projects between higher education institutions and enterprisesAims:To enhance structured and long-term cooperation between HEI and enterprises to develop innovative ways of producing and sharing knowledge in result-driven projects, particularly in emerging fieldsMain activities:Delivery of new multidisciplinary curricula responding to business needsStimulate entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial mind-set of students, academic and company staffFacilitate the exchange, flow and co-creation of knowledge between HEIs and enterprises
25Knowledge Alliance WHAT IS A KNOWLEDGE ALLIANCE? Knowledge Alliances are transnational, structured and result-driven projects, notably between higher education and business. Knowledge Alliances are open to any discipline, sector and to cross-sectoral cooperation. The partners share common goals and work together towards mutually beneficial results and outcomes.Knowledge Alliances are meant to have a short and long-term impact on the wide range of stakeholders involved, at individual, organisational and systemic level.As a general rule, Knowledge Alliances target the cooperation between organisations established in Programme Countries. However, organisations from Partner Countries can be involved in a Knowledge Alliance, as partners (not as applicants), if their participation brings an essential added value to the project.
26Knowledge Alliances: Expectations for projects Innovation in higher education and innovation through higher education in enterprises and their socio-economic environment: innovation is considered as state-of-the-art project-specific and related to the partnerships context and analysed needs.Sustainability of university-business cooperation. A strong and committed partnership with a balanced participation from enterprises and higher education institutions are pivotal for the success of Knowledge Alliances. The role and contribution of each participating organisation and associate partner have to be specific and complementary.Impact going beyond the project's lifetime and beyond the organisations involved in the Alliance. It is expected that partnership and activities persist. Changes in higher education institutions and enterprises have to be measurable. Results and solutions have to be transferable and accessible to a broader audience.Knowledge Alliances have to demonstrate the commitment and added value of all partners, whereby strong and balanced involvement from both the business and higher education sectors is essential. A well designed proposal is the result of close cooperation between the prospective partners;their innovative and transnational character, visible across all criteria.
27Knowledge Alliance: Eligible actions Boosting innovation in higher education, business and in the broader socio-economic environmentDeveloping entrepreneurship mind-set and skillsStimulating the flow and exchange of knowledge between higher education and enterprises
28Knowledge Alliance: Eligible actions Boosting innovation in higher education, business and in the broader socio-economic environment:Jointly developing and implementing new learning and teaching methods (like new multidisciplinary curricula, learner-centred and real problem-based teaching and learning);organising continuing educational programmes and activities with and within companies;jointly developing solutions for challenging issues, product and process innovation (students, professors and practitioners together).
29Knowledge Alliance: Eligible actions Developing entrepreneurship mind-set and skills:Creating schemes of transversal skills learning and application throughout higher education programmes developed in cooperation with enterprises aiming at strengthening employability, creativity and new professional paths;Introducing entrepreneurship education in any discipline to provide students, researchers, staff and educators with the knowledge, skills and motivation to engage in entrepreneurial activities in a variety of settings;Opening up new learning opportunities through the practical application of entrepreneurial skills, which can involve and/or lead to the commercialisation of new services, products and prototypes, to the creation of start-ups and spin-offs.
30Knowledge Alliance: Eligible actions Stimulating the flow and exchange of knowledge between higher education and enterprises:Study field related activities in enterprises which are fully embedded in the curriculum, recognised and credited;set-ups to trial and test innovative measures;exchanges of students, researchers, teaching staff and company staff for a limited period;involvement of company staff teaching and research.
31Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Knowledge AlliancesLarge projectsmax. about 10 projects / year in Europefunding max. € 1 MillionMinimum partnership: 6 organisations from 3 participating countries.Among the 6 organisations 2 HEIs and 2 enterprises requiredAll types of organisations may participate and act as applicantProjects may include small-scale mobility if it supports the goals of the projectCentralised administration (EACEA)
32Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Knowledge Alliances2014 call (230 applications, 10 projects received funding): Recurrent weaknesses in the applicationsRationale-Objectives: Lack of information on how the application is meeting the KA objectives- Ideas and rationale tend to come from the HEIs perspective onlyConsortium- enterprises: Too few companies actively involved and show solid commitment of setting up an alliance with the purpose of building a long lasting partnership with HEIsNeeds analysis: lack of adequate, detailed and convincing explanationState of the art-innovation: state of art rarely ventures beyond a superficial consideration of the lead partner's or consortium's own experience – Lack of information on innovationImpact -sustainability: many proposals underestimated the importance of defining proper impact and sustainability strategyWeak or undefined exploitation of resultsSustainability: limited to the reviewing of project results, updating of conclusions, maintenance of the project website
33Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Sector Skills AlliancesSector Skills Alliances shall aim at tackling skills gaps, enhancing the responsiveness of initial and continuing VET systems to sector-specific labour market needs and demand for new skills with regard to one or more occupational profiles.Characteristicsmodernising VET by adapting to skills needs and integrating work based learning and exploiting its potential to drive economic development and innovation, notably at local and regional levels, increasing the competitiveness of the sectors concerned;strengthening the exchange of knowledge and practice between vocational education and training institution sand the labour market integrating work-based learning;facilitating labour mobility, mutual trust and increased recognition of qualifications at European level within the sectors concerned.
34Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Sector Skills AlliancesEligible sector:CommerceHealth careTourismManufacturing& EngineeringInformation and communication technologyEnvironmental technologies (Eco-innovation)Cultural and creative sectors
35Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation Sector Skills AlliancesProjectsmax. about 10 projects / year in EuropeDuration 2-3 yearsfunding max. € 1 Million (3 years), € (2 years)Minimum partnership: 9 organisations from 3 participating countriesExample: if a Sector Skills Alliance covers 5 countries, it needs 5 public or private entities that provide VET (one per country), 5 public or private entities that have sector-specific expertise and represent orare present in a given sector (one per country), and 5 public or private entities that have a regulatory function for education and training systems (one per country).
36JEAN MONNET activities Aims:To promote excellence in European integration studies in higher educationMain activities:Teaching and research (Chairs, Modules & Centres of excellence)Policy debate with academic world and exchanges (networks and projects)Support to institutions or associations activitiesThe creation of a Jean Monnet labelJean Monnet also provides operating grants to specified institutions
37JEAN MONNET activities Jean Monnet Modules must take one of the following forms:Each Module has a minimum duration of 40 teaching hours per academic year.general or introductory courses on European Union issues (in particular at institutions and faculties that do not yet have a highly developed course offering in the field);specialised teaching on European Union developments (in particular at institutions and faculties that do already have a highly developed course offering in the field);summer and intensive courses that are fully recognised.
38JEAN MONNET activities A Jean Monnet Chair can carry out one or more of the following activities:deepen teaching in European Union studies embodied in an official curriculum of a higher education institution;conduct, monitor and supervise research on EU subjects, also for other educational levels such as teacher training and compulsory education;provide in-depth teaching on European Union matters for future professionals in fields which are in increasing demand on the labour market ;encourage, advise and mentor the young generation of teachers and researchers in European Union studies subject areas.
39Erasmus+ contribution to Sport Aims:To tackle cross-border threats to the integrity of sport (doping,match-fixing, violence, intolerance, discrimination)To promote and support good governance in sport and dual career of athletesTo promote voluntary activities, social inclusion and equal opportunities, together with the awareness of the importance of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA), and equal access to sport for all
40Erasmus+ contribution to Sport Collaborative PartnershipsEuropean networks in the field of sportOpportunity for cooperation among stakeholders (not existed without EU action) for innovative practicesFoster synergies with, and between, local, regional, national and international policies to promote sport and physical activitiesFocused on grassroots sports
41Erasmus+ contribution to Sport Collaborative Partnerships - ActivitiesNetworking among key stakeholdersIdentification and sharing of good practicesDevelopment and implementation of training educational modulesAwareness-raising activities on the value of sport and physical activityCollection of data, surveys, consultationsConferences, seminars, meetings events
42Erasmus+ contribution to Sport Collaborative PartnershipsEligibility CriteriaNon-profit organisations and public bodiesAt least 5 organisations from 5 different Programme CountriesFrom 12 to 36 monthsMax grant: 500,000 EUR
43Evaluation CriteriaKey Action 1, Key Action 3, Sport (Not-for-profit European sport events):relevance of the project,quality of the project design and implementation,impact and dissemination.Key Action 2, Jean Monnet, Sport (Collaborative partnerships in the sport field):quality of the project team and the cooperation arrangements,
44Application quality – A strong proposal is: Coherent (problems, solutions, target groups, activities, budget, ambitions/resources/competence)Simple (objectives, approach)Evidence based (needs analysis, state of art)Clear (identifying the need for such proposal, the solutions, and the outputs)Rigorous in its planning (which activities, when, for how long, and with what resources)Explicit (do not take for granted any information, if it is not in the application it cannot be taken into account)Circumscribed (a proposal is not about solving the world’s problems, but about solving a specific issue)
45Sähköinen haku Sähköinen hakulomake (Pdf) – ei paperihakemusta Hakemuksen sähköiset liitteet mm.:• Mandaattikirjeet partnereilta (allekirjoitettu ja skannattu)•Declaration of Honour hakijaorganisaatiolta (allekirjoitettu ja skannattu)Huom! Hakulomakkeen liitteet vaihtelevat jonkin verran toiminnon ja sektorin mukaan.Sekä hakija- että partneriorganisaatio tarvitsevat PIC-koodin (näkyy hakemuksessa hakija- ja partneritietojen kohdalla)
46Strateginen kumppanuushanke Kesto 2 tai 3 vuottaTuki enintään € / 3-v. hankeHankkeen tuki määräytyy suunnitellun toiminnan mukaan (max €/vuosi)Tuet perustuvat laskennallisiin yksikköhintoihin -> voidaan myöntää enintään 10 organisaatiolle (9+1)
47Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 1. Hankkeen hallinto ja toteutus (Management and implementation)2. Partnerikokoukset (Transnational project meetings)3.Tuotteiden tekeminen (Intellectual outputs)4.Tilaisuuksien/seminaarien järjestäminen (Multiplier events)5.Workshopit/koulutustilaisuudet opettajille/opiskelijoille (Transnational learning/teaching/training activities)6.Muut erityiset kulut hankkeessa (Exceptional costs) (esim. alihankinta)7.Tuki erityistarpeita omaaville henkilöille (Special needs support)
48Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 1. Hankkeen hallinto ja toteutus (Project management and implementation)•Kulut projektin hallinnointiin ja toteutukseen (esim. suunnittelutehtävät, yhteydenpito partnereihin, pienimuotoinen aineiston tuottaminen, taloushallinto)•Online-kokoukset, paikallinen toiminta (esim. kansalliset toiminnot, työskentely opiskelijoiden kanssa: esim. valmistautuminen kv-työpajoihin)•Levitykseen liittyvät perustehtävät (esitteet, webbi, some)–Koordinaattorin hallintotuki 500 €/kk = € /vuosi–Partnerin hallintotuki 250 €/kk = € /vuosi–Max. 10 toteuttajalle (1+9) = €/kk = €/ vuosi
49Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 2. Partnerikokoukset (Transnational project meetings)•Matkat partnerikokouksiin, summa kattaa myös oleskelu- ja asumiskustannukset, palkkakuluja ei korvata erikseen.•Kokousten ja osallistujien määrä oltava perusteltuja•Perustuvat matkojen pituuksiin, kaksi kategoriaa:–short distance travel: 575 € ( km)–long distance travel : 760 € (2000 km )–Alle 100 km:n matkoille ei tukea•Etäisyyksien laskennassa käytetään Distance calculator -välimatkalaskinta komission verkkopalvelussa:•Max €/ vuosi (eli 40 matkaa, jos kaikki lyhyitä matkoja ”short distance). Matkan tai partnerikokouksen kestoa ei ole rajoitettu.
50Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 3. Tuotteiden tekeminen (Intellectual outputs)•Palkkakulut konkreettisten, levitettävien tuotteiden tuottamiseen. HUOM! Ei projektinhallintoon liittyviä tehtäviä tähän!•Käytössä 4 palkkakategoriaa ja neljä maaryhmää. Esim. päiväpalkat suomalaisille organisaatioille:–Manager: 280 €/pv–Researcher/teacher/trainer/youth worker: 214 €/pv–Technician: 162 €/pv–Administrative: 131 €/pv•Palkkio määräytyy henkilön omassa organisaatiossa (ei hankkeessa) olevan tehtävän mukaan.–Huom. manager -palkkiota voidaan budjetoida vain johtotason henkilöille. Käytännössä suurin osa budjetoidaan ”teacher/researcher” tai ”technician” -kategorioihin.
51Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 4. Tilaisuuksien/seminaarien järjestäminen (Multiplier events)•Tapahtumat tarkoitettu intellectual outputs –kohdassa rahoitettujen tuotosten/tuotteiden levitykseen ja kokemusten jakamiseen.•Tarkoitettu partneriryhmän ulkopuolisille kohderyhmille/käyttäjille.•Voivat olla kansainvälisiä tai kansallisia•Tuki lasketaan osallistujamäärän mukaan, mutta tuki on tarkoitettu tilaisuuden järjestämiskuluihin, esim. tilavuokrat, tarjoilut, materiaalit, puhujien matka- ja majoituskulut•Partnereiden matkat tällaisiin tilaisuuksiin budjetoidaan ”transnational project meetings” -kategoriaan.•Huom. Jos tilaisuus järjestetään ainoastaan verkossa, silloin verkkoseminaarin järjestelykustannukset katetaan ”Project management” -kululuokasta.Tuki määräytyy osallistujamäärän mukaan–Tilaisuuden järjestämismaasta olevat osallistujat: 100 €/hlö–Osallistujat muista maista: 200 €/hlöTuki enintään €/hanke, riippumatta hankkeen kestosta tai partnerimäärästä.
52Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 5. Liikkuvuustoiminnot 1/4 (Transnational learning/teaching/training activities)•Toiminnon oltava oleellinen hankkeen päämäärien saavuttamiseksi•Osallistujina voivat olla opettajat, henkilökunta ja/tai opiskelijat•HUOM! Ei saa järjestää ohjelmaan osallistuvien maiden ulkopuolella!•2 kategoriaa:Lyhytkestoiset: 5-60 päivääPitkäkestoiset: 61 päivää – 12 kk•3 eri kululuokkaa / matkustajaMatkakulut (Travel)Asumis- ja oleskelukulut (Individual support) Kielivalmennus (Linguistic support) vain pitkäkestoisessa (61 kk) liikkuvuudessa perustelluista syistä
53Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 5. Liikkuvuustoiminnot 1/4 (Transnational learning/teaching/training activities)A.Matkakulut, perustuvat matkojen pituuksiinshort distance travel 275 € ( km)long distance travel 360 € (2000 km )Alle 100 km:n matkoille ei tukeaB.Asumis- ja oleskelukustannukset kohdemaan mukaanShort term mobility 5–60 päivää:opettajille (70–100 € kestosta riippuen)opiskelijoille (40–55 € kestosta riippuen)Long term mobility 61 pv–12 kk:kuukausiapuraha, ks. taulukko (Table C) Erasmus+ Progamme Guide, s. 108C.Kielivalmennustuki (long term): 150 €/hlö
54Budjetointi:Strategiset kumppanuudet 6. Muut erityiset kulut hankkeessa (Exceptional costs)•Työsuunnitelmassa ja budjettitaulukossa perustellut alihankinnat:–Esim. ulkoinen arvioija tai muu sellainen (asiantuntija)työ, jota ole saatavilla hankkeessa mukana olevilta organisaatioilta.–perustelluista syistä laitteet, ei kuitenkaan perusinfraa tai partneriorganisaation tavanomaisia laitteita.–75 % todellisista kustannuksista, max € (Grant requested = pyydetty summa eli 75 % hankintahinnasta, huomioi ALV:n vaikutus)7.Tuki erityistarpeita omaaville henkilöille (Special needs support)•Erityistä tukea tarvitsevat henkilöt voivat saada lisätukea•100 % todellisista kustannuksista•Raportointi todellisten kulujen mukaan.
55Electronic Submission (NOT YET OPENED FOR MOST ACTIONS) Register in the Participant portal https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/PPMT/Create individual ECAS account (if you have participated in FP7 programme, you have already an account)You will need our university’s PIC code (ask from research and innovation services)Download of e-FormSave it on your local computer
56Submitting applications CIMO’s guidelineModel forms:https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/funding/knowledge-alliances-sector-skills-alliances-eacs1113_enGuidelines were supposed to be updated by mid February!
57Electronic Submission (NOT YET OPENED FOR MOST ACTIONS) Register in the Participant portal https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/PPMT/Create individual ECAS account (if you have participated in FP7 programme, you have already an account)You will need our university’s PIC code (ask from research and innovation services)Download of e-FormSave it on your local computer
59Previous Projects of JYU (application form: Background and Experience) Open Educational Ideas and Innovations (OEI2) – towards open idea and innovation sharing for learning, education and trainingLLP FI-ERASMUS-EQMCJYU koord. Jan PawlowskiPeer Assessment of Student Centred Learning in Higher Education Institutions in EuropeLLP BE-ERASMUS-ESINCoordinator: The National Unions of Students in EuropeLLP DE-COMENIUS-CAM Implementation Strategies for Innovations in Teachers´ Professional Development Coordinator University of CologneTEMPUS RS-TEMPUS-JPCRMaster in Educational Leadership Coordinator: University of Kragujevac
60Pedagogical Action for a European Dimension in Educators' Induction Approaches LLP TR-COMENIUS-CMPCOORDINATOR: Gazi UniversitesiEuropean MSc in Advanced Rehabilitation TechnologiesLLP UK-ERASMUS-EMCRCOORDINATOR: University of SouthamptonNetwork for Innovation in Career Counselling & Guidance in EuropeLLP DE-ERASMUS-ENWCOORDINATOR: Reframing - Organization and Communication DevelopmentVisuality & Mathematics: Experiential Education of Mathematics through Visual Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities TEMPUS HU-TEMPUS-JPHES COORDINATOR: Eszterházy Károly College
61The Challenges of the Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Space in the International University LLP DK-ERASMUS-ENWCOORDINATOR: Aarhus UniversityECVET and ECTS - Growing Links in European EducationLLP DE-LEONARDO-LMPCOORDINATOR: Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften MünchenDigital Literacy InstructorLLP NL-GRUNDTVIG-GMPCOORDINATOR: Stichting Katholieke UniversiteitFOUNDATION OF STUDY PROGRAM FOR INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN MONTENEGROTEMPUS METEMPUS-SMHESCoordinator: University of MontenegroTowards Sustainable and Equitable Financing of Higher Education in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia (FINHED)TEMPUS RS-TEMPUS-SMGRCoordinator: University of Belgrade, Serbia
62Early Change: Promoting the Professional Development of Early Childhood Educators LLP GR-COMENIUS-CMP COORDINATOR: Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki Modularising multilingual and multicultural academic communication competence for BA and MA level LLP CH-ERASMUS-EMCR COORDINATOR: Université de Lausanne / University of Lausanne TITLE: Sharing Practice in Enhancing and Assuring Quality LLP UK-ERASMUS-EMGR COORDINATOR: LLAS Subject Centre, University of Southampton
63Children’s Identity and Citizenship in Europe LLP UK-ERASMUS-ENW COORDINATOR : London Metropolitan University Aquatnet - Promoting innovation and a European dimension through Lifelong learning in the field of Aquaculture, Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management LLP UK-ERASMUS-ENW COORDINATOR: University of Stirling Towards Trust in Quality Assurance Systems TEMPUS FI-TEMPUS-SMGR Coordinator JYU Timo Tiihonen IT Conducting Graduate Surveys and Improving Alumni Services for Enhanced Strategic Management and Quality Improvement (CONGRAD) TEMPUS DE-TEMPUS-JPGR COORDINATOR Bielefeld University, Germany A Science-Based Tool for Training Fluency in Literacy for Teachers and Learners LLP FI-COMENIUS-CMP COORDINATOR: University of Jyväskylä Ulla Richardson AC
64NETWORK ON CREATIVITY IN PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION LLP IT-COMENIUS-CNW COORDINATOR: Sweden Emilia Romagna Network European Diploma in Intercultural Competence LLP FI-ERASMUS-ECDSP COORDINATOR: University of Helsinki Teacher Virtual Campus: Research, Practice, Apply LLP LT-ERASMUS-EVC COORDINATOR Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas (Vytautas Magnus University) University Network for Innovation in Guidance LLP DE-ERASMUS-ENWA COORDINATOR: RUPRECHT-KARLS- UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG