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Published on March 18, 2008

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Slide1:  Réseau franco-néerlandais pour l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche Amsterdam 29-30 mars 2007 Erasmus Mundus ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Main Challenges Prepare citizens for global society Ensure world-wide recognition of European universities as centre of excellence ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Specific Aims 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 ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Programme Actions Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses Action 2: Scholarships Action 3: Partnerships Action 4:enhancing attractiveness, visibility, accessibility of European higher education ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Who can build a master? (action 1) 27 EU Member States 3 EFTA/EEA countries (isl, lei, no) 3 EU candidate countries (maybe as of 2008) Who can launch a project? (action 4) The 33 countries +Third countries ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (1) High-quality Masters Courses -1 to 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 Slide7:  Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (2) Consist of an integrated study programme: Delivery of a jointly developed curriculum or full recognition of courses delivered separately, but making up a common Course Joint admission and examination criteria Study period in at least two institutions Award of a joint, a double or a multiple degree officially recognised 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) One fees for TC students, one for EU students ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1: Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (3) Masters Courses should include 18 to 25 third-country graduate students and 4 scholars (08/09) Masters Courses should include European students Offer high-quality hosting and welcome services and facilities ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 2: Scholarships for third countries(4) Intra-Europe mobility 15,000 € lump sum per year , per consortium Student mobility: 21,000 € per student for a one-year course (10 study months x 1,600 € plus a fixed amount of 5,000 € for travel expenses, tuition fees etc.) or 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) ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS European students and teachers Intra-Europe mobility- Erasmus Student mobility: a student can apply for an Erasmus study grant and/or an Erasmus placement grant Teaching mobility: can be granted on the Erasmus teaching staff mobility ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 3: Partnerships with third countries (1) Between an Erasmus Mundus Masters Course and at least one higher education institution from a third country Mobility EU -> third countries ERASMUS MUNDUS ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 3: Partnerships (2) 10 to 30 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, etc. ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 3: 19 partnerships (3) 13 third countries represented, strongest participation: China, Brazil, USA, Australia, South-Africa ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 3: Partnerships (4) Funding: 5,000 € per year per third-country institution (max. 15,000 € per year and consortium) Student mobility: 3,100 € per student (3 months x 700 € 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 €) Erasmus Mundus: Deadlines:  Erasmus Mundus: Deadlines Action 1- masters: last call: 30 April 2007, selection October 07, for a start in 2008/2009 Action 2- grants: deadlines set by Masters Courses (usually January for third country students & scholars- can be later for European students) selection May , for a start in sept/oct Action 4-projects: last call: 31 May 2007selection September , start October 07 Erasmus Mundus:  Erasmus Mundus Main Outputs 2004-2008 105 Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses 6,000 grants for incoming third-country students 1,000 grants for incoming third-country scholars 60 Partnerships 4,400 grants for outgoing EU-students 900 grants for outgoing EU-scholars 50 attractiveness projects ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters Courses (Action 1) Selection Results 80 Masters Courses selected so far Wide variety of disciplines 23 countries represented, strongest participation: France, Spain, Germany, Italy, UK, and NL ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters Courses Selection Results Out of the 80 Masters Courses selected 42 masters with FR HEIs implied 25 masters with NL HEIs implied 21 erasmus Mundus coordinated by FR, 9 by ES or DE , 7 by NL, 6 by IT, 5 by UK 12 EM masters associating NL/FR HEIs EM masters with NL and FR:  EM masters with NL and FR ALGANT - Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory (2 years) FR- Université de Bordeaux 1 - UFR Mathématiques et Informatique FR- Université Paris Sud 11 NL - Leiden University IT - University of Padova Agris Mundus-Sustainable Development in Agriculture Masters Course (2 years) FR – Centre National d’Etudes Agronomiques des Régions Chaudes NL – Wageningen Universiteit en Research Centrum DK – Den Kgl. Veterinaer-og Landbohhojskole IE – University College Cork IT – Università degli Studi di Catania ES – Universidad Politècnica de Madrid ATOSIM-Atomic Scale Modelling of Physical, Chemical and Biomolecular Systems (1 year) FR – Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon NL – Universiteit van Amsterdam IT – Università di Roma « La Sapienza » Slide20:  OPSCITECH- Optics in Science and Technology (2 years) FR – Ecole Supérieure d’Optique DE - Friedrich-Schiller- Universität Jena FR - Université Paris-sud (Paris 11) NL – Technische Universiteit Delft PL – Politechnika Warszawska TropEd – European Master of Science Programme in International Health (1year) DE – Charite University Medical School Berlin DK - Univeristy of Copenhagen FR - Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2 NL - Royal Tropical Institute at Free University Amsterdam SE - Karoliska Institute UK - Institute of Child Health, University College London UK - Queen Margaret University College Edinburgh NO - University of Bergen European Master in Law and Economics (1 year) NL – Erasmus University Rotterdam BE - Ghent University DE - University of Hamburg FR - Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille 3 IT - University of Bologna AT - University of Vienna UK - Victoria University of Manchester Slide21:  NOHA MUNDUS – European Masters Degree in International Humanitarian Aid (1 year 6 months) ES – University of Deusto BE - Catholic University of Louvain DE - RUB University of Bochum FR - Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille 3 IE - University College Dublin NL - University of Groningen SE - Uppsala Universitat IMRD - Erasmus Mundus International Master of Science in Rural Development (2 years) BE – Universiteit Gent DE - Humboldt University of Berlin ES - Universidad de Cordoba FR - Agrocampus Rennes- Institut national d'enseignement supérieur et de recherche agronomique et agroalimentaire IT - Università degli Studi di Pisa NL - Wageningen Universiteit SK - Slovenská Polnohospodárska Univerzita v Nitre Slide22:  EMIN-Economics and Mangement of Network Industries (2 years) ES – Universidad Pontifica Comillas de Madrid FR – Université Paris Sud 11 NL – Technische Universiteit Delft EM- ABG- European Master in Animal Breeding and Genetics (2 years) NL – Wageningen Universiteit AT – Univeritat fur Bodenkultur Wien DE – Christian – Albrechts-Universidät zu Kiel FR – Institut National Agronomique Paris-Grignon NO - Universitetet for Milijo- Og Biovitenskap SE – Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet IMMIT- International Master in Management of Information Technology (2 years) NL – Stiching Katholieke Universiteit Brabant FI – Turun Kauppakorkeakoulu FR – Université Paul Cézanne Aix Marseille 3 LCT – European Masters Program in Language and Communication Technologies (2 years) DE – Universität des Saarlandes CZ – Univerzita Karlova V Praze FR – Université Nancy 2 IT – Libera Universisità di Bolzano – Freie Universität Bozen MT– Università Tà Malta NL- Rijksuniversiteit Groningen Slide23:  But is it so important? The new student can be a nomad Any student can “do his shopping” anywhere in Europe, be a gleaner! Can apply to any Erasmus Mundus master in Europe Erasmus Mundus Slide24:  Can get a high-quality education and officially recognized double or joint degree In a multi-lingual and multicultural environment (fellow students +teachers from all corner of the world) Get a cross-culture background And prepare to work or do research in an international environment Erasmus Mundus ERASMUS MUNDUS:  ERASMUS MUNDUS More information /erasmus-mundus Slide26:  agence Europe Education Formation France Maritxu Skawinski Don’t wait to go to the world! Let the world come to you ! Erasmus Mundus

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