ERASMUS MUNDUS EXTERNAL COOPERATION WINDOW (EM ECW). Dr. Saleh A. Al-Jufout Tafila Technical University (On Sabbatical Leave at Al-Hussein Bin Talal University). Introduction.
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Dr. Saleh A. Al-Jufout
Tafila Technical University
(On Sabbatical Leave at Al-Hussein Bin Talal University)
Erasmus Mundus is the international counterpart of the Erasmus programme, which is named after the Dutch scholar Erasmus, who studied in different monastic schools in Europe in the 15th century. Mundus is Latin for world, meaning the name 'Erasmus Mundus programme' stands for the International version of Erasmus programme.
It was created on 5 December 2003, and became an official programme on 20 January 2004.
Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013 continues and extends the scope of the activities already launched during the first phase (2004-2008) of the programme. It now includes the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window (EM ECW) scheme, which was launched in 2006 as a complement to the original programme. In addition, the Programme integrates cooperation activities with developed Countries.
Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013 is implemented through of the following actions:
The Programme Guide contains all the general information and the conditions on how to apply for funding. In addition, regular Calls for Proposals are published for the specific actions.
Lund University, Sweden
Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Berlin University of Technology, Germany
University of Granada, Spain
Lille University of Science and Technology, France
University of Bologna, Italy
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy
Vilnius University, Lithuania
KTH/Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
University of Leiden, The Netherlands
University of Zagreb, Croatia
University of Jordan, Jordan
Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan
Princess Sumaya University for Technology, Jordan
Tafila Technical University, Jordan
The Hashemite University, Jordan
University of Aleppo, Syria
University of Damascus, Syria
Lebanese University, Lebanon
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
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