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Published on March 21, 2008

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Slide1:  Genesis Article 149 of EC Treaty: enhance quality of education Political aims: Lisbon, Barcelona, Bologna… Communication on reinforcing co-operation with third countries Intercultural dialogue: new political priority “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide2:  Main challenges Prepare citizens for global society Ensure world-wide recognition of European universities as center of excellence Remain at leading edge of developments Contribute to cultural understanding “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide3:  Overall aim Improve quality of higher education in Europe Promote intercultural understanding through cooperation with third countries “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide4:  Specific aims 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 “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide5:  Target countries 25 EU Member States 3 EFTA/EEA countries (as of 2004) 3 EU candidate countries (maybe as of 2006) Third countries European countries are not eligible for Action 2 Third countries are not eligible for Action 1 “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide6:  Participants Higher education institutions Graduate students Scholars Higher education staff Public and private bodies active in higher education (only Action 4) “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide7:  Overall funding 230 MEURO – 2004-2008 Modest start (8MEURO), steep annual increase Cruise speed by 2008 at 94 MEURO “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide8:  Programme actions Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses Action 2: Scholarships Action 3: Partnerships Action 4: Enhancing Attractiveness “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide9:  Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses Corner-stone of the programme Support of high- quality Masters Courses of 1to 2 years (60 to 120 ECTS credits) offered by a consortium of at least 3 higher education institutions from 3 different European countries Any discipline Master courses must be fully operational at time of application Selected for 5 years - no substantial changes of the Course during that period “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide10:  Action1: Earsmus Mundus Masters Courses Consist of Integrated study programme Joint admission and examination criteria Delivery of a jointly developed curriculum or full recognition of courses delivered separately, but making up a common Course Study period in at least two institutions Award of a joint, a double or a multiple degree officially recognized in the countries where the degree- awarding institutions are located Offer the use of at least 2 EU languages (not necessarily 2 languages of instruction) “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide11:  Action 1: Esrasmus Mundus Masters Courses Preparatory year Master Course must be fully developed at time of application Masters Course selected for five years (1 preparatory eyar + 4 “ normal years”) Serves the purpose of preparing the consortium to host third-country participants – Action 2 is not implemented Can be used to fix final details (e.g. appointments of professors) Masters Course an run with European students during preparatory year “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide12:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1: Esrasmus Mundus Masters Courses Participate in third-country mobility scheme Master Courses are open to third-country graduate students and scholars Joint application and selection process for third-country participants High-quality hosting and welcome services and facilities Slide13:  Action 1: Esrasmus Mundus Masters Courses Funding Annual flat-rate of 15,000 EURO for the consortium offering the Masters Course Light-weight annual renewal procedure “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide14:  Action 2: Scholarships Linked to Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses Grants for incoming third-country scholars of high academic quality to carry out teaching or research assignments for the Masters Course (for definition of scholar see art.2. of Decision) 10 to 30 third-country students per Masters Course a year 3 to 5 third-country scholars per Masters Course a year “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide15:  Action 2: Scholarships Erasmus Mundus consortia and Commission publicize selected masters Courses world-wide Students and scholars apply directly to consortia Consortia select students and scholars and propose a list of grantees, including a reserve list, to the Commission Consortia ensure a geographical balance: No more that 25%of third-country students from the same country No more than 10% of third-country students from the same institutions Each third-country scholars from a different country “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide16:  Action 2: Scholarships Funding: Student mobility: 21,000 EURO per student for a one year course (10 study months X 1,600 EURO plus a fixed amount of 5,000 fro travel expenses, tuition fees etc) and 42,000 per students for a two-year course Scholar mobility: 13,000 per scholar (3 months X 4,000 plus a fixed amount of 1,000 fro travel expenses) Gants are paid to grantees by consortia “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide17:  Action 2: Partnerships Between an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course and at least one higher education institution from a third country Start in academic year 2005/2006 Duration: 1 to 3 years (renewable) “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide18:  Action 3: Partnerships Grants for EU-students and EU-scholars involved in Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses for mobility period (3 months) at third-country partner institution 5 EU-students per year and institution within a consortium and 3 EU-scholars per year and consortium Recognition of study periods acquired at the third-country partner institution Teachers’ exchanges, development and dissemination of new methodologies in higher education, development of cooperation schemes with third-country institutions, etc/ “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide19:  Action 3: Partnerships Funding: 5,000 per year per third-country institution (max. 15,000) Student mobility: 3,100 per student (3 months x 700 EURO plus a fixed amount of 1,000) Scholar mobility: 13,000 per scholar (3 months x 4,000 plus a fixed amount of 1,000) Grants are paid to grantees by consortia “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide20:  Action 4: Enhancing Attractiveness Addressed to higher education institutions and other public or private organizations At least 3 organizations from 3 different EU countries Participation of third-country institutions possible Activities can take place everywhere in the world Duration: 1 to 3 years “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide21:  Action 4: Enhancing Attractiveness Promoting European higher education in the world: seminars, conferences, fairs, publications, information and dissemination tools, etc Access for third-country students to European higher education: pedagogical tools for language training and cultural preparation, more effective methods of hosting and integrating third-country students, services facilitating mobility, etc. “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide22:  Action 4: Enhancing Attractiveness Complementary activities: surveys and studies, mutual recognition of qualifications with third countries, international dimension of quality assurance, credit recognition, curriculum development, etc. Alumni association of all students graduating from Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide23:  Action 4: Enhancing Attractiveness Funding: Grant amounts vary according to size of project EU grant does not normally exceed 75% of eligible project costs “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide24:  Main outputs 2004-2008 100 Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses 5,000 grants fro incoming third-country students 1,100 grants for incoming third-country scholars 100 partnerships 4,400 grants for outgoing EU-students 900 grants for outgoing EU-staff 355 promotion projects “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS Slide25:  Implementation in general By the Commission (as from 2005: Executive Agency) Annual call for proposals Application to the Commission Application to Masters Courses for mobility grants National structures in European countries: contact and information points “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Implementation in 2004 and 2005 Publication of the call 2004/2005 and 2005/2006 on Europa server on 10 April 2004 Deadline for call 2004/2005 (Action 1, 2 and 4): 31 May 2004 Dead line for call 2005/2006 (Actions 1,2 and 3): 31 October 2004 for Action 1: 31 March 2005 for Actions 2 and 3. ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Implementation in 2006+ Publication of call: March n-1 for academic year n/n +1 Deadline for Actions 1,3 and 4: May n-1 Selection of Actions 1,3 and 4: September/October n-1 Selection of grantees (Action 2) April n ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1 and 2: Normal Selection Cycle Consortia apply to Commission for Masters Course (Action 1) - Commission selects Third country students and scholars apply to consortia for scholarships (Action 2) – consortia select Consortia apply to Commission for scholarship funds (Action 2) – Commission approves ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1 and 2: Selection Cycle 2004 Lack of time Consortia apply to Commission for Actions 1 and 2 at the same time Third-country students and scholars who have shown interest in given Masters Courses are selected before they become Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses Slide30:  Further information http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/mundus/index_en.html “what’s new in DG EAC” ERASMUS MUNDUS

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