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ERASMUS PLUS
2014-2020
SMART AND INCLUSIVE GROWTH
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
OBJECTIVES
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The Programme is a new action for EU in the
field of Education, Training, Youth and Sport.
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The Programme covers education at all levels, in
a lifelong learning perspective, in particular
Higher education, Vocational Education and
Training and Adult Learning, School Education
and Youth.
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Erasmus
Plus
replace
seven
existing
programmes with one: it brings together the
existing Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus,
Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig),
Youth in Action, and five international
cooperation programmes (Erasmus Mundus,
Tempus, Alfa, Edulink and the programme for
cooperation with industrialised countries)
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
OBJECTIVES
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To support young people gain
more and better skills by studying
& training abroad.
To enhance teaching quality in the
EU and beyond.
To support Member States and
partner countries in modernising
their education and vocational
training systems.
To promote youth participation in
society.
To support teaching and research
on European integration.
To support European grass-roots
sport.
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
OBJECTIVES
Overall budget
• €16 billion (includes €1.8 billion for
international cooperation)
Overall mobility opportunities
• 4 million people
Higher education
• 2.2 million students
Staff mobility
• 1 million teachers, trainers, youth
workers and other staff
Vocational education and training
• 735 000 students
Volunteer and youth exchange
• 540 000 young people
This project is funded by the European Union
Master's degree loan guarantee
• 330 000 students
International students
• 135 000 students
Joint degree grants
• 34 000 students
Strategic Partnerships
• More than 20 000 linking together 115 000 institutions
Knowledge Alliances
• 200 set up by 2000 higher education
institutions and businesses
Sectoral Skills Alliances
• 200 set up by 2000 education and
training providers and businesses
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
Sub-programmes
• STRAND: Education, training and youth:
– Learning mobility of individuals
– Cooperation for innovation and good practices
– Support for policy reform
– Jean Monnet Initiative
• STRAND: Sport
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Learning mobility of individuals
Key action 1:
Key action 1:
Learning mobility of individuals
What does it mean for HE?
-Staff: teachers, trainers, school
leaders and youth workers
1.
International opening of
Erasmus: more mobility of
students and staff between
EU – non EU in both
directions (credit mobility
through NA)
2.
Joint Master courses of
high quality offered by
consortium of EU/non EU
universities to attract the very
best students worldwide
(degree mobility centralised)
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Student Loan guarantee to
boost degree mobility within
Europe
- Students: HE students (including
joint/double degrees) and VET
Students
- Masters Students: Erasmus Masters
via a new loan guarantee
mechanism
- Youth mobility: volunteering and
youth exchanges
-International dimension: HE mobility
for EU and non-EU beneficiaries
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Cooperation for innovation and good practices
Key action 2:
Key action 2:
Co-operation for innovation
and good practices
- Strategic partnerships between
education institutions (or between
youth organisations) and/or relevant
actors
What does it mean for HE?
1.
Erasmus Strategic Partnerships:
more intense cooperation between
institutions.
2.
Knowlegde Alliances: structure
partnerships between HEI and
businesses
3.
Specific support with
neighbourhood countries: More
cooperation between universities
for capacity building and more
student and staff mobility.
4.
Rest of the world: More
cooperation between universities in
the EU and rest of the world for
capacity building.
- ‘Knowledge Alliances’: Large-scale
partnerships between higher education
/ training institutions and businesses
- ‘Sector Skills Alliances’
- IT support platforms, including eTwinning
- International dimension: Capacity
building in third countries, focus on
Neighbourhood countries
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Support for policy reform
Key action 3:
Key action 3:
Support for policy reform
What does it mean for HE?
- Support to Open Method of
Coordination (ET 2020, EU youth
strategy) and EU 2020
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Support the OMC, Higher
Education Modernisation
Agenda, Bologna Process:.
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Support development and
implemenation of EU
transparancy tools and EU
wide networks
3.
Support Policy Dialogue with
third countries
- EU transparency tools:
valorisation and implementation
- Policy dialogue with stakeholders,
- International dimension: Policy
dialogue with third countries and
international organisations
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Updated priorities
Multilateral projects
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Cooperation between HE and enterprises
Social dimension in higher education
Develop mobility strategies and remove barriers to mobility
Support to the modernisation of higher education agenda
Fostering excellence and innovation
Academic Networks
Accompanying Measures
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Jean Monnet
Initiative
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The Jean Monnet activities aim is to promote teaching and
research on European integration world-wide among
specialist academics, learners and citizens, notably through
the creation of Jean Monnet Chairs and other academic
activities, as well as by providing aid for other knowledgebuilding activities at higher education institutions; to support
the activities of academic institutions or associations active in
the field of European integration studies and support a Jean
Monnet label for excellence.
In the light of its specific efforts to promote excellence in
education and research on EU integration, the Jean Monnet
Initiative will continue as a separate activity within the
Programme and will share its delivery mechanisms.
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Jean Monnet
Initiative
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Supported activities
Teaching and research on European integration world-wide among
specialist academics, learners and citizens, notably through the
creation of Jean Monnet Chairs and other academic activities, as
well as by providing aid for other knowledge-building activities at
higher education institutions;
Activities of academic institutions or associations active in the field
of European integration studies and support a Jean Monnet label
for excellence.
Support the following European academic institutions pursuing an
aim of European interest;
– the European University Institute of Florence;
– the College of Europe
– Policy debate and exchanges between the academic world and
policy-makers on Union policy priorities
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
ACTIVITIES
Sport
• The EU cooperation in the field of Sport will be treated as a separate
activity within the Programme. The Programme will focus on:
strengthening good governance and the knowledge base for sport in the
EU; promoting health-enhancing physical activity; exploiting the
potential of sport to foster social inclusion, promoting dual careers
through education and training of athletes; and tackling transnational
threats such as doping match fixing, violence, racism and intolerance.
Supported activities
• transnational collaborative projects;
• non-commercial European sporting events of major importance;
• strengthening of the evidence base for policy making in the field of
sport;
• capacity building in sport;
• dialogue with relevant European stakeholders.
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PARTICIPATION
ELIGIBILE COUNTRIES
The Programme is open to the participation of the following countries
• the Member States;
• the acceding countries, candidate countries and potential candidates
benefiting from a pre-accession strategy, in accordance with the general
principles and general terms and conditions for the participation of those
countries in Union programmes established in the respective Framework
Agreements, Association Council Decisions or similar agreements.
Required in country structures
• For full participation in the programme: establishment of a National
Agencies at state level
• Restricted participation (no need for National Agency): IT Platforms,
eTwinning, higher education and youth mobility to/from EU
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PARTICIPATION
TARGET GROUPS
•For all STRANDS: any public and private body active in the areas of education, training,
youth and grassroots sport
•For Sport STRAND: public bodies or civil society organisations active in the area of
grassroots sport.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
•Centralised direct management by the Commission
•Centralised indirect management with the delegation of implementation tasks to:
– national executive agencies
– national public-sector bodies/bodies with public-service mission
•Joint management with international organisations
•Applications are done through calls of proposals.
•The funding will be reflected in the multiannual indicative programming, in line with the
identified needs and priorities of the countries concerned.
•The Commission may launch joint calls with third countries or their organisations and
agencies to jointly fund projects. Projects may be evaluated and selected through joint
evaluation and selection procedures to be agreed upon by the funding agencies involved
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PARTICIPATION
Where to find information at EU-level
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Commission Communication – ‘Erasmus for All’: http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmusfor-all/doc/com_en.pdf
Europe 2020: http://ec.europa.eu/europe2020/index_en.htm
Horizon 2020:
http://ec.europa.eu/research/horizon2020/index_en.cfm?pg=home&video=none
Agenda for the Modernisation of Europe’s higher education institutions:
http://ec.europa.eu/education/higher-education/agenda_en.htm
Leuven Communiqué:
http://www.ond.vlaanderen.be/hogeronderwijs/bologna/conference/documents/leuven_louv
ain-la-neuve_communiqu%C3%A9_april_2009.pdf
Bucharest Communiqué:
http://www.ehea.info/Uploads/%281%29/Bucharest%20Communique%202012.pdf
Mobility strategy for the EHEA:
http://www.ehea.info/Uploads/(1)/Mobility_Strategy_DRAFT%20FOR%20ADOPTION.pdf
Bologna Process Implementation report (2012):
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/documents/thematic_reports/138E
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium
PARTICIPATION
Where to find information at EU-level
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www.ec.europa.eu/dgs/education_culture/index_en.htm
http://www.nuffic.nl/international-organizations/international-education-monitor/nuffic-blog/europe2020-the-importance-of-higher-education-for-europe2019s-smart-sustainable-and-inclusiveeconomy-1
http://www.innovationeu.org/news/innovation-eu-vol2-1/0189-the-role-of-education-in-the-neweurope-2020.html
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:C:2009:119:0002:0010:en:PDF
http://www.learningteacher.eu/news/2009/05/strategic-framework-european-cooperationeducation-and-training-et-2020
http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2010:308:0046:0051:EN:PDF
This project is funded by the European Union
A project implemented by the HTSPE consortium

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