Università degli Studi di Udine. International Opportunities For PhD Students. Elisabetta Vecchio Sonia Bosero. European Union Policy.
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For PhD Students
The political integration process in the European Union has fostered the desire to support the construction of a European citizenship and social identity with European studies elements in relevant disciplines, in addition to the additional knowledge of the framework conditions of a European labour market.
The EM ECW is a co-operation and mobility scheme in the area of higher education co-operation launched by Europe Aid Cooperation Office and implemented by the Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture
achieve better understanding and mutual enrichment between the European Union and third countries co-operating in the field of higher education through promoting the exchange of:
at higher education level
promotion of partnerships and institutional co-operation exchanges between European Higher Education Institutions and Third Country institutions and a mobility scheme addressing student and academic exchanges.
5 December 2007: Publication of the 2007 Call for Proposals
15 February 2008: Deadline for the submission of HEIs
partnership’s projects applications.
March – April 2008: Project selection for partnerships projects
May 2008 onwards :
Selection of students & academic staff by the selected partnerships
15 July 2008 – 1st April 2009: Selection and latest start of
student and academic staff mobility
1st December 2008: Submission of the individual mobility (students
and academic staff) list.
The grants awarded under this scheme will normally fall between:
This measure was born to promote the cooperation between
the world of
The mobility measure
offers to sustain transnational mobility to people in formation
Who can present a project ?
The Programme is open to:
EU Members and European Space countries
It is a working experience in a
of another participating Country
the existence of international cooperation among the “formation” institutes and the enterprises
It has to be an integral part of the instruction program of the beneficiaries or to favor their introduction in the labor market
It has to assure the monitoring of the beneficiaries
and the institution of a tutor at the guest organization who will collaborate with sending Organizations
It requires to be sufficiently long to ensure the acquisition of work experiences and competences related to the prescribed objectives
The person in training
Recognition of acquired abilities and competences
According to the praxis of the country of origin
The person in training could go to
any enterprise of the public or private sector, independently of its dimension, its legal status or the economic sector where it acts, and perform any kind of activity including social
Consortium K.T.E.U. EP
Selection of Students:
Each member of the Consortium has its own selection based on:
Selection of Students:
A mainstay of America’s public-diplomacy efforts,
the Fulbright Foreign Student Program brings citizens of other countries to the United States for Master’s degree or Ph.D. study at U.S. universities or other appropriate institutions.
The program has brought some of the world’s finest minds to U.S. campuses and offers program participants insight into U.S. society and values.
U.S. Embassy in Belgrade announces
the 2008-2009 Academic Year
Annual Competition for the
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program
for Citizens of the Republic of Serbia
For additional information about Fulbright Scholarship:
The Fulbright Visiting Scholar Programis a non-degree research program for :
junior and senior researchers,
university lecturers and
experts from academic institutions in Serbia.
This program sends scholars to the United States for advanced research and university lecturing.
All applicants must currently be affiliated with one of the universities in Serbia.
Special preference will be given to candidates who have the capacity and commitment to take full advantage of a program of research or lecturing at a U.S. university, and who are willing to share their experience and knowledge after returning to Serbia.
· Applicants must be citizens of Republic of Serbia
· Applicants must hold a PhD in the field of research or lecturing
· Applicants must be proficient in oral and written English
· Applicants must be eligible for J-1 visa ( which requires the
grantee to return to the Republic of Serbia for a minimum of two
years at the end of the grant period )
· Applicants must receive a satisfactory medical clearance
· Persons desiring permanent residence in the United States are
Since the funds are limited, the Fulbright program at this time does not permit accompanying dependents.