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GENESIS 3Article 149: Enhance quality education 3Lisbon, Bologna/Prague, G8... 3Communication on reinforcing co-operation 3Intercultural dialogue: new political priority
ERASMUS MUNDUS MAIN CHALLENGES 3Prepare citizens for global society 3Ensure world-wide recognition of European universities as centre of excellence 3Remain at leading edge of developments 3Contribute to cultural understanding
ERASMUS MUNDUS OVERALL AIM 3Improve quality of higher education in Europe 3Promote intercultural understanding through co-operation with third countries
ERASMUS MUNDUS SPECIFIC AIMS 3Promote quality offer in higher education 3Encourage incoming mobility of third- country graduate students and scholars 3Structured co-operation 3Improve profile, visibility and accessibility of higher education in Europe
ERASMUS MUNDUS PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES 3EU Member States (25) 3EU candidate countries 3EFTA/EEA countries 3Third countries
ERASMUS MUNDUS PARTICIPANTS 3Higher Education institutions 3Graduate students 3Scholars 3Higher Education staff 3Public and private bodies active in HE (only Action 4)
ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses 3High quality Masters Course (1 to 2 years) 3At least 3 HE institutions from 3 different Member States 3Study in at least 2 HE institutions 3Full recognition of studies 3Joint/double/multiple diplomas delivered 3Use of at least 2 languages
ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION 2: Scholarships 3Linked to Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses 3Grants for incoming third-country graduate students 3Grants for incoming third-country scholars
ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION 3: Partnerships 3Cooperation between Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses and third-country HE institutions 3Grants for outgoing EU student & staff mobility
ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION 4: Enhancing Attractiveness 3Joint promotion of European higher education (seminars, conferences, publications, etc.) 3Tackling of quality, recognition and mobility issues 3Pilot projects with third countries 3Alumni association
ERASMUS MUNDUS OVERALL FUNDING 3230 M€ 2004-2008 3Modest start (8 M€), steep annual increase 3Cruise speed by 2008 at 92 M€
ERASMUS MUNDUS SPECIFIC FUNDING 315,000 € per year for Masters Courses (Action 1) 31,600 € per month for third-country students plus amount for travel expenses and fees (Action 2) 34,000 € per month for third-country scholars plus amount for travel expenses (Action 2)
ERASMUS MUNDUS SPECIFIC FUNDING 35,000 € per year for each participating third- country institution (Action 3) 3700 € per month for EU students plus amount for travel expenses (Action 3) 34,000 € per month for EU staff plus amount for travel expenses (Action 3)
ERASMUS MUNDUS MAIN OUTPUTS 2004-2008 390 Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses 35,000 grants for incoming third-country students 31,100 grants for incoming third-country scholars 3100 Partnership projects 34,400 grants for outgoing EU students 3900 grants for outgoing EU staff 3355 promotion projects
ERASMUS MUNDUS IMPLEMENTATION 3Annual calls for proposals 3Application to the Commission 3Application to Masters Courses for mobility grants 3National structures: contact and information points
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