Programme Countries higher education institutions can work with Partner Countries institutions outside the EU through cooperation to organize International mobility for credit and Joint degree programmes.
- Student mobility between Programme and Partner countries based on Іnter-Institutional Agreements
- Joint Master's Degrees
- Joint Doctoral programmes and other opportunities for researchers
- Staff mobility between Programme and Partner countries
Erasmus+ Learning Mobility Calls for proposals for institutions to apply are announced from October with deadline in February. Details are published in a Programme Guide: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf
Partner Countries are eligable to be partners in cooperation with Programme Countries - applicants.
For International Credit Mobility Projects: all requeirements are specified at the web-sites of 34 National Agencies in Programme Countries. Applicants should submit project proposals to their National Erasmus+ Agencies: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/contact_en
Useful presentations (webinar) on International Credit Mobility Project writing by National Erasmus+ Agency - UK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKL4HasUBQ4
For Joint Master Degree projects: all requeirements are specified at the EACEA web-site: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/funding/key-action-1-erasmus-mundus-joint-master-degrees-0_en
Details are published in a Programme Guide: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf
34 Programme Countries: 28 EU Memeber States; Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway; Turkey, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Serbia.
Over 150 Partner Countries*: Eastern Partnership countries - Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine* (as recognized by International Law); Southern Mediterranean countries - Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia; Western Balkans - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia; Russian Federation - as recognized by the International Law; Central Asia: Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan; Latin America; South Africa; ACP Countries; Industrialized Countries.
*Organizations from territorries temporary occupied (Crimea) and anti-terroristic actions (not recognized by National Authorities) are not eligable to apply for calls.
The cooperation between Higher Education Institutions of Programme Countries with Partner Countries will take place based on the Inter-Institutional Agreement. Deatailed instructions are described in Erasmus+ Programme Guide Chapter Learning Mobility - Credit Mobility: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/documents/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf and specific call for proposals publications are available at NATIONAL ERASMUS+ AGENCIES web-sites, all interested institutions are invited to learn details, calls for proposals are announced from October with deadline in February,
The Erasmus+ Quality Framework consists of a set of documents outlining the rights and responsibilities of individuals and organisations participating in the Erasmus+ programme .
- Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
- Іnter-Institutional Agreements
- Learning Agreement
- Erasmus+ Student Charter
- Handbook for Higher Education Institutions on International Credit Mobility Projects (application and management)
The documents/ templates are available for the cooperation within Programme Countries and Programme Countries with Partner Countries for International Dimension of Erasmus+.
How to complete the e-form (webinar of National Erasmus+ Agency - UK): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKL4HasUBQ4
We invite Higher Education Institutions from Programme Countries* to learn carefully all documents and contact respective National Erasmus+ Agency in Programme Country for details: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/national-agencies/index_en.htm
Technical e-form guide for applications managed by National Erasmus+ Agencies in Programme Countries: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/discover/guide/documents/eform-technical-guide_en.pdf
Joint master degrees (JMD) are organized and delivered by an international consortium of higher education institutions – and where relevant – other educational and / non-educational partners with specific expertise and interest in the study area(s) / professional domain(s) covered by the joint programme.
Ukrainian Higher Educational Institutions with relavant capacities are eligable to become partners to provide Joint Master Programmes.
The details will be available at Learning Mobility: Degree Mobility Chapter at the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
The call for proposals for Programme Countries to apply in cooperation with Partner Countries Higher Education Institutions is announced from Ocrober with deadline in February at http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/funding_en
Please mind that students or scholars should contact directly the consortium offering the Master Course for more information on courses and application procedures
The menu Joint Master Degree Programmes providing scholarships: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_compendia/selected_projects_action_1_master_courses_en.php
The menu PhD Degree Programmes providing scholarships: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_compendia/selected_projects_action_1_joint_doctorates_en.php
Please read carefully the detailed description on the Joint Master Degree Programme of your interest and apply directly on-line. Such web-sites are the windows for each individual.
The calls for students are announced between October with different deadlines in January.
For over 25 years, Europe has funded the Erasmus programme, which has enabled over 3 million European students to spend part of their studies in another higher education institution (HEI) elsewhere in Europe. Erasmus+ now opens up these opportunities to individuals and organisations from other parts of the world. Through the new Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility action, European HEIs can now apply to their National Agency to set up mobility agreements with their counterparts in Partner Countries around the world, to send and receive students, doctoral candidates and staff. These mobility projects aim to help individual learners acquire skills, to support their professional development and deepen their understanding of cultures. They also aim to increase the capacities, attractiveness and international dimension of the organisations taking part.
National Agencies have now completed the first round of the 2015 selection of projects that will organise international higher education mobility for over 22,000 students and staff under Erasmus+. Under these EU-funded projects, over 2800 participants from Eastern partnership countries will come to study or teach in a Programme Country in Europe, while over 600 students and staff will go to one of the Eastern partnership countries. Of these more than 1300 Ukrainians will travel to Europe, and over 250 Europeans will go to Ukraine. Overall, the selected projects plan that some 60% of the mobility will be for students and 40% for staff. These first round results represent about three quarters of the mobility agreements that the programme ultimately aims to fund under the 2015 call. A final update will be provided in January, when the results of the second round of applications are announced, providing the full picture of both rounds.