Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byCharlene Lynch Modified over 8 years ago
Erasmus Mundus www.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-mundus
November 20, 20072 Erasmus Mundus – Programme objectives: Promote European quality offer in higher education Encourage incoming mobility of third-country graduate students and scholars Foster structured co-operation with third-country higher education institutions Improve profile, visibility and accessibility of European higher education in the world
November 20, 20073 Erasmus Mundus – Programme structure: Action 1 – Erasmus Mundus Master Courses Action 2 – Scholarships Action 3 – Partnerships Action 4 - Enhancing Attractiveness EU, EEA, Candidate countries are not eligible for Action 2 Third countries are not eligible for Action 1
November 20, 20074 Erasmus Mundus Action 2 - Scholarships Erasmus Mundus consortia and Commission publicise selected Masters Courses world-wide Students and scholars apply directly to consortia Consortia select students and scholars Funding: Student mobility: 21,000 € per student for a one-year course and 42,000 € per student for a two-year course Scholar mobility: 13,000 € per scholar (3 months x 4,000 € plus a fixed amount of 1,000 € for travel expenses)
November 20, 20075 Number of selected students from Serbia
November 20, 20076 Who can participate? European higher education institutions (Actions 1, 2, 3, and 4) Third-country higher education institutions seeking European partners (Actions 3 and 4) Third-country students having obtained a first degree awarded by a higher education institution (Action 2) European students having obtained a first degree awarded by a higher education institution (Action 3) Third-country scholars (academics or professionals) who lecture or conduct research (Action 2) European scholars (academics or professionals) who lecture or conduct research (Action 3) Other public or private bodies active in the field of higher education (Action 4)
November 20, 20077 How to apply? Third-country graduate students and scholars are invited to apply for a scholarship to a selected Erasmus Mundus Masters consortium, regardless of the year of selection of the Masters Course. The deadline for application is usually 31.12. 2007 Budget is around 2 million euro for Western Balkans – around 100 scholarships
November 20, 20078 Action 4 – What activities are eligible? Promoting European higher education in the world Facilitating access for third-country students to European higher education The development of courses or material for language training and cultural preparation, the development of more effective methods of hosting and integrating third-country students, services facilitating mobility, etc. Complementary activities such as the international dimension of quality assurance, of credit recognition, of curriculum development, surveys and studies, etc. Projects can last between one and three years. Normally projects cost between 100,000 and 350,000 euros Call for proposals will be published in February 2008
November 20, 20079 Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window (EM ECW)
November 20, 200710 The Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window is designed to: Foster co-operation in the field of higher education between the European Union and Third Countries through a mobility scheme addressing student and academic exchanges For following types of mobility: - Undergraduates - Masters - Doctorates - Post-doctorate fellowships - Academic staff Provide scholarships for students and academic staff
November 20, 200711 EM ECW: Aims Mobility of students and academic staff in priority fields according to national/ regional needs (agreed with partner countries) Cooperation with high quality European institutions with extensive experience (Erasmus Charter) and on credit recognition Improved cultural understanding & respect for diversity
November 20, 200712 EM ECW: Expected results To enrich the educational & cultural environment of both the hosting and sending institutions To enable students to benefit linguistically, culturally and educationally from pursuing academic studies abroad To improve the transparency and recognition of studies and qualifications To enhance in the medium term the political, cultural, educational and economical links between the European Union and Third- countries
November 20, 200713 EM ECW – Geographical Coverage 1. EU Members States, Acceding (Romania, Bulgaria) and Candidate Countries (Croatia, FYROM, Turkey) EEA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) 2. THIRD-COUNTRIES grouped in 9 “geographical lots” (windows) Neighbouring Countries in South Mediterranean and Eastern Europe (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Israel, Syria, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Georgia) Central Asian Republics (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan) East Of Jordan (Yemen, Iraq and Iran)
November 20, 200714 So far there are 9 EM ECW Lots As per January 2008, 10 th lot will be established: Western Balkans First call for proposals for HEIs in these countries - January 2008 Budget will be around 2 milion euro. First mobilities for students and staff from Western Balkan universities which joined the scheme - academic 2008/2009
November 20, 200715 National Tempus Office Lazareviceva 9/14, Belgrade +381 11 32 33 409 www.tempus.ac.yu email@example.com
November 20, 200716 Thank you for your attention!
© 2023 SlidePlayer.com Inc.
All rights reserved.