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Report
Mark Anderson
Director of The Europe Office
LAUNCH OF THE EUROPE OFFICE
TEO
What makes us different:
• Proactive support is offered to the academic community whereby
calls are matched with appropriate specialisms;
• Support is also offered to non-research projects including regional
funding, international collaboration and exchange and mobility
projects;
• International collaboration projects are developed and coordinated
by TEO itself in order to widen and strengthen international networks
in line with international and research strategies and to generate direct
income streams to support Office activities.
TEO Objectives
1. Align the strategic goals of GCU with the opportunities available through EU
engagement
2. Effective promotion of EU programmes and delivery of successful EU funding
bids within the University
3. Forge new links and expand networks in Europe and throughout the world
4. Delivery of international projects through The Europe Office that will enhance
the University’s international reputation as a global player while widening our
networks for future engagement and recruitment
5. Programme of vigilance to mitigate risk in EU project management and
compliance
6. Support international exchange and mobility
Key Performance Indicators
• KPI 1: increased income derived from international and EU
cooperation (£)
• KPI 3: Increased engagement on international and EU
projects (nmbr of projects)
•KPI 4: Development of international teaching programmes
(Erasmus Mundus etc.)
•KPI 5: GCU recognised as leading player in key strategic areas
such as social innovation at an international level (membership
of networks, publications, conferences etc.)
The European Union is ‘founded on the values of
respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy,
equality, the rule of law and respect for human rights,
including the rights of persons belonging to minorities ...
in a society in which pluralism, non-discrimination,
tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between
women and men prevail.’
Treaty of the European Union, 1st December 2009
TEO and the Internationalisation Strategy
Strategic Objectives
Strengthen our partnerships
Increase international student
numbers
Deepen relationships with Scottish
further education colleges
Grow student exchange activity
Internationalise the curriculum
Excel in student experience delivery
Build more research collaborations
EU Opportunities
Strategic Partnerships, Knowledge Alliances, Erasmus, MSCA
Innovative Training Networks
Joint Masters Programmes under Erasmus+, Joint doctorates
under MSCA,
Erasmus+ explicitly supports ‘education, training, youth and
sport across all sectors of lifelong learning including Higher
Education, Further Education, adult education, schools and
youth activities’
Erasmus and Erasmus International Exchanges as well as
indirectly through partnerships formed by other programmes
such as Capacity Building.
Joint Masters Programmes, Erasmus and Erasmus
International Exchange, Joint Doctorates under MSCA
Opportunities for exchange under Erasmus and Erasmus
International Exchanges
Programmes under Horizon 2020 and other programmes such
as Interreg and Knowledge Alliances under Erasmus+
FUNDING
Development Co-operation Instrument – EUR 707 million
Latin America – EUR 168 million
Asia – EUR 367 million
Central Asia – EUR 113 million
Middle East – EUR 22 million
South Africa – EUR 37 million
European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument – EUR 618 million
European Neighbourhood Policy countries – EUR 518 million
Russia – EUR 100 million
Partner Countries Instrument - EUR 74 million
USA, Canada – EUR 33 million
Asia (industrialised), Australia, New Zealand – EUR 35 million
Gulf countries – EUR 6 million
Instrument of Pre-accession Assistance – EUR 226 million
For accession countries only
European Development Fund (EDF) – EUR 85 million
For members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States
Total – EUR 1680 million
Funding for International Engagement
Credit Mobility (CM), Degree Mobility (DM) and Capacity Building (CB).

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