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Ema general assembly budapest 24 25 june 2011 jana fiorito and edith genser

EMA GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Budapest, 24 – 25 June 2011

Jana Fiorito and Edith Genser

EACEA - Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual

and Culture


Ema general assembly budapest 24 25 june 2011 jana fiorito and edith genser

Erasmus Mundus - objectives

Promotion

of European

Higher

Education

Lisbon 

Europe 2020

Bologna

Erasmus Mundus

Programme

Improved

career prospects

of students

Promote

intercultural

understanding

EU

External Relation

Policies


Ema general assembly budapest 24 25 june 2011 jana fiorito and edith genser

Enhance the quality of European HE through international co-operation

Improve the development of human resources

Promote dialogue and understanding between people and cultures

Promote Europe as a centre of excellence in learning around the world

Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013 - objectives


Erasmus mundus what does it offer

Erasmus Mundus - what does it offer?

  • Action 1 – Joint Programmes:

    • Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (EMMCs)

    • Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates (EMJDs)

  • Action 2 – Partnerships:

    • Strand 1 (countries benefiting from Cooperation policy)

    • Strand 2 (Industrialised Countries)

  • Action 3 – Promotion of European HE


Erasmus mundus budget 2009 2013

Erasmus Mundus Budget 2009-2013

  • Overall Budget of more than 950 million EUR

    - 450 Million EUR for Action 1 and 3

    (from the EU’s Education Budget)

    - About 500 Million EUR for Action 2 (from

    different funding instruments: ENPI, DCI,

    IPA, ICI, EDF)


Erasmus mundus action 3

Erasmus Mundus Action 3

Promotion projects and “clustering” activities

Information grants for Erasmus Mundus National Structures

Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA)

Studies


Ex post evaluation of the erasmus mundus programme 2004 2008

Ex-post evaluation of the Erasmus Mundus Programme (2004-2008)

Recommendation on Action 3 for the second phase of the programme:

Action 3 of the new Erasmus Mundus programme should take a more strategic approach than was the case under Action 4 of the previous programme, funding a limited number of projects in clearly-defined priority areas and encouraging "clustering" activities


Clustering emmcs attractiveness projects

Clustering EMMCs & Attractiveness Projects

Objectives

To further disseminate the results of the EM programme by bringing together its beneficiaries

To exploit synergies between different EMMCs and between EMMCs and Attractiveness Projects

To identify good practices & exchange experiences through surveys and workshops

To seek input by EM beneficiaries but also by stakeholders and external experts


Erasmus mundus clusters 5 lots

Erasmus Mundus Clusters -5 LOTS

Lot 1 Sustainability (Ecorys UK)

Lot 2 Employability (MKW Wirtschaftsforschungs GmbH and Céreq)

Lot 3 Recognition of degrees and joint degrees (Ecorys UK)

Lot 4 Regional Cluster (DAAD – Deutscher Akademischer Ausstauschdienst and Menon Network)

Lot 5 Thematic Cluster (ICUnet.AG)


Erasmus mundus clusters

Erasmus Mundus Clusters

Activities

A Survey among existing EMMCs and Attractiveness projects

Workshop

Outcomes

Guidelines of good practices

Thematic section of each cluster to disseminate the outcomes, published on the EACEA website


Erasmus mundus clusters timing 09 2010 01 2013

Erasmus Mundus Clusters – Timing09/2010-01/2013

Employability - Lot 2

Workshop: Leuven, 10-11 May 2011

Regional Cluster on Asia - Lot 4

Workshop: Brussels, 28-29 September 2011

Sustainability and recognition of degrees – Lots 1&3

Workshop: Brussels, March 2012 (tbc)

Thematic cluster on climate change - Lot 5

Workshop: Brussels, October 2012 (tbc)


Cluster lot 2 employability

Cluster LOT 2 - Employability

This Lot addresses the career opportunities offered by

the EMMCs to Erasmus Mundus graduate students worldwide.

The importance of the employability of graduates has increased in the setting up of the curriculum of joint programmes.

Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses want to ensure that their academic content meets the professional needs, contributing to the transfer of knowledge and skills and offering complementary skills courses and/or placement possibilities.


Cluster lot 4 regional cluster asia

Cluster LOT 4 - Regional Cluster - Asia

Focus on the same geographical region

Bringing together existing EMMCs, ECW

partnerships and Attractiveness Projects with the

focus on the same region of the world.

Consider the synergies between EM projects and

projects selected under other geographically

specific Community programmes (Asia-Link, Edu-

Link Alfa/Alban).


Clusters lots 1 and 3 sustainability and recognition of degrees and joint degrees

Clusters LOTs 1 and 3 – Sustainability and Recognition of Degrees and Joint Degrees

  • Lot 1: the sustainability strategies with a view to ensuring the continuation of the cooperation activities of Joint Programmes beyond the period of EU funding

  • Lot 3: the accreditation process and the difficulties encountered in the recognition of joint degrees among Joint Programmes

Come and study in Europe!


Ema general assembly budapest 24 25 june 2011 jana fiorito and edith genser

Cluster information available:

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php

Erasmus Mundus - Clusters


Ema general assembly budapest 24 25 june 2011 jana fiorito and edith genser

Erasmus Mundus – Action 1

Up date on scholarships/fellowships 2011


What is an em joint programme

What is an EM Joint Programme?

An integrated programmeat masters (60 to 120 ECTS) or doctoral (3 to 4 years) level;

Jointly designed, delivered and managed by a consortium of HEIs representing at least 3 differentEU/EEA states and, optionally, non EUR HEIs;

It includes a mandatory mobility component;

It is fully recognised and leads to the award of a double, multiple or joint degree;

It aims at attracting the best students, doctoralcandidates and scholars, worldwide

It offers full study scholarships to EU and non-EU nationals (students, doct.candid., scholars)


Action 1 facts figures so far

Action 1 – facts & figures so far

123 Masters courses (EMMCs) with scholarships

24 Joint Doctorates (EMJDs)

380 different HEIs as full partners in these 147 programmes

12 720 student scholarships 2004-2011

2827 scholar scholarships 2004-2011

322 doctoral fellowships 2010-2011


Em call 2011 action 1

EM Call 2011 – Action 1

  • Action 1 Call targets

    • EMMCs: 10 to 15 new Masters & up to 22 renewals

    • EMJDs: 9 or 10 new Doctorates

  • E-forms

  • Application Deadline: 29 April

  • Results: by mid July


An em joint programme must

An EM Joint Programme must :

  • be fully recognised

  • lead to the award of a double, multiple or joint degree (the latter is favoured)

    Before any EMMC and EMJD programme is selected, the validity of the degrees is verified with respective national authorities.


Em joint programmes

EM Joint Programmes:

Different types of scholarships / fellowships

  • For students or doctoral candidates

    • Category A: third country individuals, not resident, and have not carried out their main activity in Europe for more than 12 months over the last 5 years

    • Category B: any individual who does not fulfil category A requirements

  • For scholarsin Joint Programmes at masters level

    • Non European: scholars enrolled in any non European HEI

    • European: scholars enrolled in partner EUR HEIs, under the condition that the consortium includes student mobility to non EUR partners


Em action 1 joint programmes preparation cycle starting from application year n 1

EM Action 1 Joint Programmes:Preparation cycle (starting from application year “n-1”)

July n-1: Approval of the Joint Programme by EA

Annual Preparation cycle will have to be repeated 5 times during the EM funding period


2011 emmc scholarships selection

2011 EMMC scholarships selection

  • Category A

    • Nr. applications: 31.356 (46% from 2010)

      • Most represented nationalities :

        • Ethiopia (+33%),

        • Pakistan (+84%),

        • India (+31%),

        • China (- 8%),

        • Bangladesh (+13)

        • Nigeria (+81%)

        • and Ghana (+61%)


2011 emmc scholarships selection category a cont

2011 EMMC scholarships selectionCategory A (cont.)

  • Nr. selected students: 996 (97 nationalities)

    • Most represented nationalities:

      • Chinese (8%)

      • Mexican (6%)

      • Indian (6%)

      • Russian (5%)

      • American (5%)


2011 emmc scholarships selection category a cont1

2011 EMMC scholarships selectionCategory A (cont.)

  • WB&T window

    • Nr. applications: 1.189

      • Most representated nationalities:

        Turks (+65%), Serbians (+81%), Albanians (+41%)

    • Nr. selected students 117 (out of 123 scholarships available)

      • Most represented nationalities:

        Serbians (38%), Turks (24%), Albanians (12%)


2011 emmc scholarships

2011 EMMC scholarships

  • Category B

    • Nr. applications: 3.346

      • Most represented nationalities DE, IT, ES, RO, GR, FR, PL, UK (24 EU/EEA and 43 non European nationalities)

    • Nr. selected students: 752

      • EU/EEA 626 (83%)

      • Non European 126 (17%)

    • Most represented nationalities DE, IT, ES , RO


2011 emmc scholarships selection category b cont

2011 EMMC scholarships selectionCategory B (cont.)

  • Need to intensify promotion of EM among European students

    • Not all EMMC managed to recruit enough high quality candidates

    • Limited reserve lists

    • No existing reserve lists


2011 emjd fellowships selection

2011 EMJD fellowships selection

  • Category A

    • Nr. applications: 2.487

      • Most represented nationalities

        Indian (+51%)

        Iran (+156%)

        Ethiopia (- 3%)

        Pakistan (+73%)

        China (+34%)


2011 emjd fellowships selection category a cont

2011 EMJD fellowships selectionCategory A (cont.)

  • Nr. selected candidates: 120 (46 nationalities)

    • Most represented nationalities:

      Indian (11%)

      Iranian (8%)

      Mexican (8%)

      Chinese (7 %)

      Brazilian (7%)


2011 emjd fellowships selection category a cont1

2011 EMJD fellowships selectionCategory A (cont.)

  • WB&T window

    • Nr. applications: 135

      • Most representated nationalities:

        Turkish(30%), Serbians (24%), Croatian (15%)

    • Nr. selected candidates 24 (out of 24 scholarships available)

      • Most represented nationalities:

        Serbians (33%), Turks (33%), Croatians (17%)


Emjd 2011 fellowships selection

EMJD 2011 Fellowships selection

  • Category B

    • Nr. Applications: 848

      • Most represented nationalities:

        Italian (+20%)

        Spanish (+383%)

        Germany (+84%)

        France (+30%)

        Greece (925%)


2011 emjd fellowships selection category b cont

2011 EMJD fellowships selectionCategory B (cont.)

  • Nr. selected candidates: 72 (12EU/EEA and 12 non European nationalities)

    • Most represented nationalities:

      Italian (19%)

      German (17%)

      Polish (11%)

      Dutch (8 %)


Erasmus mundus website

Erasmus Mundus website

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php


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