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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.

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, North 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.

Details about participation of Ukraine in EU-funded Erasmus+ 2014-2020 in 2 languages with hyperlinks at:

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.

Details about participation of Ukraine in EU-funded Erasmus+ 2014-2020 in 2 languages with hyperlinks at:

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 .

  1. Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
  2. Іnter-Institutional Agreements
  3. Learning Agreement
  4. Erasmus+ Student Charter
  5. 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

For details please visit:  http://ec.europa.eu/education/opportunities/higher-education/quality-framework_en.htm#inter-institutional_agreements

Details about participation of Ukraine in EU-funded Erasmus+ 2014-2020 in 2 languages with hyperlinks at:

In the period 2015-2020 within 6 calls all in all 2 434 projects proposals for International (Credit) Mobility (КА107) in Higher Education in cooperation between the Universities from Europe and Ukraine were submitted to Erasmus+ National Agencies in 34 Programme Countries. 1 717 projects have been recommended for funding for students and staff exchanges mobility by 32 National Agencies Erasmus+. Under this Action the Universities from Europe together with 192 Ukrainian higher education institutions and 20 other organisations, like enterprises, have been organizing short-term mobility flows within 16 956 scholarships for staff and students based on the Inter-Institutional agreements. From Ukraine, 11 506 students (bachelor, master, PhD) and university staff (teachers and administrative staff) are visiting the Universities in Europe and involved in various learning mobility activities, like study, traineeship, teaching, in service-training. In parallel, 5 450 students and staff from Europe are funded to visit Ukraine for the similar short-term mobility activities. All in all, 5 620 UA staff to Europe, 3 899 EU staff to Ukraine; 5 886 UA students to Europe, 1 551 EU students to Ukraine. Top 3 Countries for exchange are Poland, Germany, Spain. Top 6 UA HEIs are Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ivan Franco Lviv National University, National Technical University of Kyiv “Igor Sikorskyi Polytechnic Institute”, Lviv Polytechnic National University, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. All students and staff must return after their mobility to their home universities and receive recognition of their learning outcomes: students’ learning outcomes have to be recognized to receive Ukrainian HEI Diploma and staff will apply their new competences after certified in-service training programme. The total EU grant allocated amounts to 54 018009 Euro.
As a result, the staff has increased their professionalism to implement reforms, beyond professional sphere, innovative teaching methods, they improved their foreign languages, working in the international environment, learning good practices and exchanging their experience with peers all over the world. Students have developed their life, professional competencies and soft skills, enriched by the intercultural communication and networking with students from different countries, went out of the boxes.
At the institutional level, the universities have developed their capacities to implement reforms and improve higher education quality. Their curricular has become internationalised, as the teachers created and implemented courses in foreign languages, modernised their courses, implemented student-centered teaching and learning, invited and recorded prominent EU lectures practitioners for practical classes for students and staff development. The recognition process has been developed within mobility action. The international relation offices found new partners and are trained to internationalise at home, write proposals, prepared drafts for new calls for proposals to apply to Erasmus+ and Horizon2020. They have learnt best practices of the internationalisation strategies and their implementation and as a result tailored to their institutions. The universities have modernised their deans offices, quality assurance services and accounting services by in-service trainings abroad. Some universities call this action projects as mini-Tempus/CBHE without equipment but intensive human capital development instead.
At the national and international levels, more convergence between Ukrainian and higher education systems in EU member states, improved mobility outcomes recognition mechanisms, implemented good practices to implement reforms in different sectors to implement the Action Plan for the EU-UA Association Agreement.
HEIs staff and students have become an “Ambassadors of Ukraine in the World” who promote and support Ukraine in Europe, contributing to the Ukraine’s development and reforms implementation.

Calls

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

total for 6 calls

Applied projects

299

316

393

414

479

533

2 434

Total Projects Selected with Ukraine

161

214

268

272

407

395

1 717

Countries where National Agencies Provided Grants with Ukraine

30

32

32

32

31

32

32

Total UA HEIs among winners

103

127

156

180

180

190

192

Scholarships awarded
(including the below):

2160

2370

2711

3044

2766

3 905

16 956

from Ukraine to Europe

1 777

1 684

1 815

2010

1 770

2 450

11 505

from Europe to Ukraine

383

686

896

1034

996

1 455

5 450

Staff

to Europe

645

814

930

1041

931

1 259

5 620

to Ukraine

246

501

673

759

693

1 027

3 899

Students

to Europe

1132

870

885

969

839

1 191

5 886

to Ukraine

137

185

223

275

303

428

1 551

EU Grant

8 238 000

7 876 000

8 270 000

9 450 410

8 266 189

11 917 410

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2014-2020 under Erasmus Mundus Joint Master and PhD Degrees Programmes for Individuals, 288 Ukrainians have been individually granted with enrollment in the prestigious Erasmus+ 274 Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters Degree (EMJMD) Programmes (КА111) in the European Universities. And, 14 Ukrainian will benefit from the Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate (EMJD) Programmes.In former Programme Erasmus Mundus Action II, 26 Erasmus Mundus Partnerships selected since 2007 under regional lots including Ukraine, more than 1800 staff and students benefited from mobility under this action.



Types
2004 to 2013* under former Erasmus Mundus Action 1

2014/

2015*

under Erasmus+

2015/

2016*

under Erasmus+

2016/

2017*

under Erasmus+

2017/

2018**

under Erasmus+

2018/

2019**

under Erasmus+

2019/

2020**

under Erasmus+

2020/

2021**

under Erasmus

2014-2020

total

Master Students 296 27 28 48 46 42 43 40 274
PhD fellows 10 6 3 4 1 n/a n/a n/a 14
Scholars 60
Grand Total 366 33 31 52 47 42 41 40 288
Budget 13.016.134,
10

Statistics for Ukraine and Eastern Partnership is available at: http://www.erasmusplus.org.ua/2014-05-30-14-56-19/prezentatsii/category/6-novyny-ta-baza-proektiv.html

Details about participation of Ukraine in EU-funded Erasmus+ 2014-2020 in 2 languages with hyperlinks at: