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Cooperation between HEIs and Enterprises in Erasmus Centralised Actions. Katarina Smalova Erasmus, Jean Monnet Unit Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. Matinée Erasmus, Brussels, 5 May 2009. Erasmus Multilateral Projects.

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Cooperation between HEIs and EnterprisesinErasmus Centralised Actions

Katarina Smalova

Erasmus, Jean Monnet Unit

Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency

Matinée Erasmus, Brussels, 5 May 2009

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Erasmus Multilateral Projects

Creating innovative European BA/MA/PhD courses and continuing education:Curriculum Development

Contributing to the reform of HE systems with regard to Bologna objectives:Modernisation of Higher Education

Encourage trans-national higher education cooperation in strategically important fields:

PromotingCooperation between higher education institutions and enterprises

Promoting the virtual dimension in Higher Education:Virtual Campuses

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Erasmus Networks

  • ACADEMIC Networks

  • (31 LLP countries)

  • promote innovation in a specific discipline, set of disciplines or a multidisciplinary area

  • STRUCTURAL Networks

  • (min 5 LLP countries)

  • improve and modernise a specific aspect of higher education organisation, management, governance or funding

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Erasmus Accompanying Measures

  • promote the objectives of the Erasmus programme

  • help to ensure that the results of Erasmus-supported activities are brought to the attention of a wider public

  • communication activities

  • thematic monitoring ofprojects

  • dissemination andexploitation of project results

Aims

Activities

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Objectives

  • the facilitation and intensification of cooperation between HEI and enterprises by creating a common culture and understanding and developing exemplary actions in this area

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Priorities (1)

  • reinforcing the link between studies and employment needs;

  • developing educational services for enterprises, provision for part-time students, advanced level vocational training, etc;

  • promoting exchanges and cooperation between HEI and enterprises;

  • promoting entrepreneurship, creative thinking and innovative approaches as part of the curriculum and as a skill for teachers/researchers;

  • assessing future skills needs in order to better match future labour market needs.

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Priorities (2)

  • Priority will be given to projects which include a strong role for partners from outside academia, notably:

  • enterprises (particularly SMEs)

  • professional organisations

  • chambers of commerce

  • social partners

  • local/regional bodies

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

In 2007:

22 proposals submitted

5 projects selected

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

In 2008:

28 proposals submitted

10 projects selected

New themes:

  • student placements, female entrepreneurship, aged workforce, sector-specific projects (e.g. spa management), SMEs and immigrants, etc.

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Common Features of Projects Selected in 2007 and 2008 (1)

  • Involve partners from outside the academia

  • 60% develop training courses, modules or enrich already existing curricula with practice-based learning elements in a specific field of study or a business sector

  • 40% develop general strategies/guidelines/tools in relation to Cooperation HEI/Enterprises (innovation, female entrepreneurship, student placements, etc.)

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Common Features of Projects Selected in 2007 and 2008 (2)

  • Use a virtual community platform and blended learning

  • Often include a “competition” element

  • Often a couple “HEI-Enterprise” in each participating country

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Some Negative Features of Proposals Submitted

in 2008 (1)

  • Enterprises still not sufficiently active

  • Insufficient involvement of formal bodies (associations of SMEs, professional organisations, social partners, decision makers, etc.) for a greater impact and sustainability

  • Dissemination poorly addressed (no strategy from the beginning of the project)

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Co-operation between HEI and Enterprises

Some Negative Features of Proposals Submitted

in 2008 (2)

  • Intellectual and industrial property rights not properly addressed

  • European added value rather poor, impact only on partner organisations

  • Imbalanced budget (a big bulk of activities and the budget allocated to the applicant/coordinator)

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Examples of other Erasmus centralised actions

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Examples of other Erasmus centralised actions

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Examples of other Erasmus centralised actions

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Examples of other Erasmus centralised actions

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Examples of other Erasmus centralised actions

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Call 2008 Results

* Including ineligible applications

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Applications Submitted

Comparison 2007 / 2008 / 2009

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Success Rate of Erasmus Actions in 2007

Curriculum Development: 56, Selected: 22

Cooperation HEI/Enterprises: 22, Selected: 5

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Success Rate of Erasmus Actions in 2008

Curriculum Development: 72, Selected: 18

Cooperation HEI/Enterprises: 28, Selected: 10

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2008 Selected Applicationsby Coordinating Country

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2008 Selected Applicationsby Partner Country

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Useful links

  • LLP – Erasmus Programme – Executive Agency (EACEA) Websitehttp://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/erasmus/erasmus_en.htm

  • LLP – Erasmus Programme – Directory project compendia

  • http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/erasmus/erasmus_compendia_en.html

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Katia de SOUSA

Contacts

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Gilles GERVAIS / Martin FREWER

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Maria-Luisa GARCIA MINGUEZ

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Katarina SMALOVA

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Martin FREWER

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Katarina SMALOVA

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Mireilla FABREGA IGLESIAS

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