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  1. ERASMUS MUNDUS and TEMPUS Information day 2013Marja Medvedmarja.medved@cmepius.si

  2. General aims of EM 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 center of excellence in learning around the world

  3. More concretely: Better qualifications and competences of individuals and their preparation for labour market Promotion of mobility to the EU and gaining experience and qualifications in the EU HR development and capacity building for international cooperation and mobility between EU and other countries

  4. EM actions 2013 ACTION 2 • Partnerhips between EU and non-EU HEIs • Scholarships for short-term or degree-seeking student mobility at a range of levels, and for staff (and lump sum fororganizationalcosts) ACTION 3 • Raise profile of European higher education • Tackle challenges of international higher education cooperation

  5. General aims of action 2 • Improved cooperation between HEIs • Better transparency and recognition • Exchange and transfer of academic, organizational and pedagogical knowledge • Improvement of skills and competences to stimulate employability of students and staff

  6. ACTION 2 Strand 1 • All levels, all fields of study • 5 EU HEIs (3 EU countries) and HEIs from other countries • Max 20 partners • Different financial mechanisms • Joint coordination Strand 2 • Focus on regional cooperation, all fields of study • 5 EU HEIs (3 EU countries) and 3HEIs from other countries • Max 12 partners • Industrialized countries instrument

  7. Check the official Call documents Proposed shape of lots: Action 2 Call 2013 (neighbouring countries) Proposed n° of partnerships: x 2 Lot 4 Russia 4 3 Lot 9 Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan Lot 5 Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia Lot 7 Albania, Bosnia & HerzegovinaFYROM, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia 9 NEW! Lot 10 Uzbekistan country lot 2 NEW! Lot 6 Tunisiacountry lot 1 1 Lot 2 Jordan, Lebanon, OPT, Syria Lot 3 Israel 4 Lot 1 Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt 4

  8. Check the official Call documents Proposed shape of lots: Action 2 Call 2013 (rest of the world) Proposed n° of partnerships: x 2 Lot 1 North America 1 4 1 Lot 8 Iran Iraq Yemen Lot 3 Japan Korea Lot 11 Asia West Lot 4 Gulf countries 1 4 Lot 13 India Lot 12 Asia East Lot 15 Latin America (C) 3 4 Lot 18 ACP countries 2 3 Lot 16 Brazil 3 Lot 14 Latin America (S) 3 1 Lot 17 South Africa Lot 4 AustraliaNew Zealand Strand 2 Strand 1

  9. Action 2, strand 1, geographical windows

  10. Action 2– financial mechanisms n.b. not all financial mechanisms allow reciprocity in mobility and involve all levels of study.

  11. Good to know, when planning partnership and mobility: In principle every lot has its own rules regarding: • Nr. of partner HEIs • Eligibility criteria of HEI • Rules regarding mobility flows (directions) • Eligible study fields • Mobility type • Eligible target groups for mobility (vulnerablegroups!) ** SpecificGuidelinesforAction 2 – Callforproposals 2013!

  12. Project activities • Pre – mobility period (agreements, preparation, selection…) • During mobility (monitoring, evaluation) • Post – mobility activities (recognition, sustainability) Duration of the project is up to 48 months.

  13. Action 2 Award Criteria: Strand 1 1. Relevance (25%) 2. Quality (65% total) • 2.1. Partnership composition and cooperation mechanisms (20%) • 2.2. Organisation and implementation of mobility (25%) • 2.3. Student/staff facilities and follow-up (20%) 3. Sustainability (10%)

  14. Action 2 Award Criteria: Strand 2 1.Relevance (25%) 2. Contribution to excellence (25%) 3. Quality (50% total) • 3.1. Partnership composition and cooperation mechanisms (15%) • 3.2. Organisation and implementation of mobility (20%) • 3.3. Student/staff facilities and follow-up (15%)

  15. Funding • Lump sum for organizational costs- 10.000 € • Travel – from 250 € (500km) - 2.500 € (10.000km) • Subsistence 1.000 – 1.800 € /month – 2.500€ / month for staff • Participation costs 3000€ (5000€ for specialized post doc) • Insurance 75€ / month 3 payments to beneficiaries – 50% + 30% + 20%

  16. Action 3 – Promotion projects • Aim: support European HE in transnational initiatives, events – promotion, dissemination & exploitation of results • Areas: promotion of EHEA, openess, QA, recognition, and accreditation (ECTS), mobility support… • Activities: conferences, seminars, workshops, studies, reserach, international networks, publications, new techologies, tools and manuals, pilot projects…

  17. Main characteristics • Priorities every year • Improvement of attractiveness of Euroean HE • Internationalisation of Erasmus thematic networks • 12 to 36 month long projects • At least 3 European countries & 1 non EU or network of 15 eligible institutions from at least 10 countries • Activities may take placy anywhere in the world

  18. Check the official Call documents What’s new in 2013? • Earlier deadline: 15 April 2013 • No Action 1 Call (Masters Courses and Joint Doctorates) • Action 2 Call: • mobility for EU nationals to developing countries - new country lots: Brazil, Tunisia, Uzbekistan - increased budget - e-form application • Action 3 Call: - increased budget - e-form application Action 2 assessment: additionalelements Importance of geographicalcoverage : EU and non—EU partners Past/current performance of partnership: management capacity 18

  19. Key Documents for your application • Programme Guide (dec 2012 ENG version!) programme objectives, activities, eligibilitycriteria, conditions • Call for Proposals2013 budget, awardcriteria, priorities, deadlines • Guidelines for Applicants(Action 2) • Application Formsand Instructions • FAQ, modelsofdocuments…

  20. For Action 2 only: Specific guidelines • Lists geographical lots • Budget per lot  minimum mobility flows • Thematic priorities (disciplines) • Specific criteria for partners/partnerships • Types of mobility funded and duration

  21. Programme Guide More informationhttp://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php Calls for Proposals FAQs Good practice Selectedprojects Partner search Beneficiaries’ space 21

  22. Questions & additional information EACEA-Erasmus-Mundus@ec.europa.eu http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php

  23. Good luck and do not forget: Monday 15. April 2013