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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 enterprises in erasmus centralised actions

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

EACEA - Lifelong Learning Programme

erasmus multilateral projects
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
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
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
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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