Erasmus Mundus

Report
Erasmus
Mundus
The programme in brief
(Amman, 21st January 2013)
Clivio Casali
Programme Manager
EACEA, Erasmus Mundus and External
Cooperation Unit
Erasmus Mundus - objectives
 Enhance the quality of higher education through
international cooperation
 Contribute to intercultural understanding
 Contribute to capacity building in partner
countries
 Boost students’ and staff career prospects
 Increase the attractiveness of European higher
education
ERASMUS MUNDUS: 3 ACTIONS
ACTION 1:
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Courses
NO
CALL
INDoctorates
2013
Erasmus
Mundus
Joint
ACTION 2:
SCHOLARSHIPS
students
(undergr to postdoc.) and
Staff
(acad. and admin.)
Erasmus Mundus Partnerships
ACTION 3:
Projects to promote higher education cooperation between Europe
and the rest of the world
Action 1 Joint Programmes
An EM Masters Course or Joint Doctorate
 is developed and delivered by a consortium of
HEIs (with study in at least two HEIs)
 must involve at least three European HEIs and
may involve non-EU HEIs
 awards full-study scholarships + scholar grants
 provides a joint degree/mulitple degrees
Action 1 Joint Programmes
In 2013:
• 138 Masters Courses and 43 Joint Doctorates will
offer:
• 1,500 + Masters scholarships, 300 doctoral
fellowships, 450 scholar scholarships
• Instances of participation:745 EU, 240 non-EU
2004-2012:
• Scholarships for over 14,000 masters students,
2,000 scholars and 640 doctoral candidates
Action 1: Involvement of Jordan HEIs and mobility(2004-12)
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Jordanian HEIs have not partecipated in any of the consortia selected
for joint master or doctorate programmes so far.
EMMC students
19
2
5
0
1
1
1
1
1
7
EMMC scholars*
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
NA
NA
NA
EMJD fellows**
4
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
0
3
1
TOTAL
20042012
* Since 2010, EMMC consortia have selected scholars over the course of the academic year,
rather than at the beginning, so nationalities of selected scholars will only be known
when final reports are submitted.
** First selection of doctoral candidates made for 2010-2011 academic year.
Action 1 Joint Programmes
Annual flat rate for consortium management
• EUR 30,000 (EMMC); EUR 50,000 (EMJD)
Scholarships:
• EMMC scholarships for students and researchers
• EMJD fellowships for doctoral candidates
• Cover participation costs (fees), living costs,
travel, insurance
Action 1: How much is the scholarship?
Two categories of students/doctoral candidates:
Category A:
• Non-Europeans who are not resident, nor have carried out
their main activity for more than a total of 12 months over
the last 5 years, in a European country
Category B:
• Any individual fulfilling the academic admission conditions
set by the consortium and who does not fulfil Category A
requirements (mainly Europeans)
Action 1: Masters scholarships
Category A
scholarships
(1-2 years)
Category B
scholarships
(1-2 years)
I
Contrib. to travel and
other types of
personal costs
€ 4 000 per year
€ 3 000 - only if
mobility to a non-EUR
partner
II
Contrib. to
participation costs:
e.g.fees & insurance
Max € 4 000
per semester
Max € 2 000
per semester
III
Monthly allowance
€ 1 000
per month
€ 500
per month
IV
Living allowance
(incl. travel costs)
€1200 per week
for max. 3 months
€ 24 000 per year
Total
Academics’
scholarships
€ 10 000 per year
( + € 3 000 if travel)
€ 14 400 for a
max. 3-mth stay
Action1: Doctorate fellowships
Category A fellowship
(amounts for a 3-year
doctoral fellowship)
I
Contrib. to travel,
installation and other
personal costs
II
Fixed contrib. to the
EMJD participation costs
III
Fixed living allowance (36 • € 2 800 per month (i.e. € 100 800 for 36 months) for an
months in total)
employment contract
• € 1 400 per month (i.e. € 50 400 for 36 months) for a
stipend
Maximum fellowship amount
€ 7500
Category B fellowship
(amounts for a 3-year doctoral
fellowship)
€ 3000
(if mobility to non-EUR partner)
• € 300 per month (€ 10 800 for 36 months) for nonlaboratory based EMJDs
• € 600 per month (€ 21 600 for 36 months) for laboratory
based EMJDs
Between € 61 200 and € 129 900
(depending on category, lab. or type of recruitment)
Action 2 Partnerships
 Large partnerships between universities from the EU and non-EU
universities from a specific region (lots)
 Scholarships of varying length (1 month to 3 years)
 Bachelor, master, doctorate, post-doctorate students and Staff (training,
teaching, research activities, HE management)
 Mobility not linked to specific programmes (all programmes on offer in
partner HEIs can be followed)
 Addressing different target groups including vulnerable groups
 Integration of cross-cutting issues (i.e. disadvantaged group and gender
balance)
Action 2 Partnerships, 2007-2012
 215 partnerships worldwide
 3915 instances of participation: 1752 EU,
2163 non-EU
 Around 34,000 mobility flows implemented
or planned
Action 2 Partnerships in 2012-2013
 53 partnerships selected in 2012
• All offering mobility in 2012 and/or 2013
• Over 8,000 scholarships planned
 46 partnerships selected in 2011
• Many will still be offering mobility in 2012/2013
 Almost all regions of the world covered
Action 2: involvement of Jordanian HEIs (2007-2012)
Organisation
AL BALQA APPLIED UNIVERSITY
AL HUSSEIN BIN TALAL UNIVERSITY
GERMAN JORDANIAN UNIVERSITY
HASHEMITE UNIVERSITY
JORDAN UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
MUTAH UNIVERSITY
PRINCESS SUMAYA UNIVERSITY FOR
TECHNOLOGY
TAFILA TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF JORDAN
YARMOUK UNIVERSITY
Grand Total
2007
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
Grand
Total
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
5
2
1
2
10
1
2
2
13
7
7
4
43
Action 2 partnerships
A. Organisation of the mobility:
• EUR 10,000 flat rate per partner
• EUR 10,000 flat rate for co-coordination (if applicable)
B. Scholarships:
•
•
•
•
Monthly allowance
Tuition and registration costs
Insurance
Travel costs, according to distance-based flat rates
Action 2: how much is the scholarship?
Type
Monthly
Duration Tuition/
subsistence (months) Registration
Masters
€ 1 000
1 sem – € 3000 if > 10m
24 m - Fee waiver if stay
Insurance
(per month)
Maximum
(excl travel)
€ 75
€ 31 800
below 10 months
Doctorate € 1 500
6 – 36
€ 3000 for min 10 m
€ 75
€ 65 700
Post€ 1 800
Doctorate
6 – 10
No unit costs.
€ 75
€ 5000 per acad yr for
specialised postdoc
studies
€ 23 750
n.a.
€ 7 725
Staff
€ 2 500
1-3
€ 75
Action 3 promotional projects
Supports transnational initiatives, events, studies,
and other projects that:
• promote European higher education
• tackle issues of international higher education
cooperation:
- in specific geographical areas
- in particular academic disciplines
- relating to higher education management
Action 3 to date
• 9 promotion projects selected in 2012
• 75 promotion projects 2004-2012
• 577 instances of participation by 433 different HE
organisations (221 from Europe, 212 from third
countries)
• 10 information projects managed by National
Structures (2010-2012)
• 5 Clusters of existing Erasmus Mundus projects 18
(2010-2012)
Action 3: involvement of Jordanian HEIs
Institution
Title
Selection Year
Princess Sumaya University for
Technology
FORT - Forging Ties and Building Bridges
between Mediterranean Higher Education
Institutions
2008
Princess Sumaya University for
Technology
Joint Innovation & Synergies in Education
and Research - Mediterranean Region
2010
University of Jordan
Synergies and Innovation: Linking the
MENA region, the Gulf and Europe in
Higher Education
2012
Gesco for Academic Services
Personal on-line advice for study in Europe
orientation
2012
International Federation of
Medical Students
Personal on-line advice for study in Europe
orientation
2012
Erasmus
Mundus
Call for Proposals 2013
EACEA/38/2012
NEW Call for Proposals(EACEA/38/12)
 2013 Call launched December 2012
 Deadline for proposals: 15 April 2013
 Targets:
- 62 Action 2 Partnerships
-8
Action 3 Projects
 Selection to be completed by July 2013
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What’s new in 2013?
 No Action 1 Call (Masters Courses and Joint Doctorates)
 Increased budget for Action 2 and 3
 Action 2 award criteria:
• Importance of geographical coverage: EU and non—EU partners
• Past/current performance of partnership: management capacity
(where applicable)
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2013 Call – Action 2 targets
 18 lots for 57 partnerships
 Total budget EUR 187.4 million
 Mobility for minimum 6,877 individuals
Proposed shape of lots:
Action 2 Call 2013 (rest of the world)
Proposed n° of partnerships: x
Lot 1
2
1
North
America
Iran Iraq
Yemen
1
Lot 15
3
Latin
America
(C)
3
4
Lot 8
NEW!
Lot 16
2
Japan
Korea
Lot 11
Asia West
1
Lot 4
Gulf
countries
Lot 18
Lot 3
Lot 13
4
India
Lot 12
4
Asia East
ACP countries
Brazil
Lot 14
Latin
America
(S)
3
3
Lot 17
Lot 4
South Africa
Australia
New Zealand
Strand 1
Strand 2
1
Proposed shape of lots:
Action 2 Call 2013 (neighbouring countries)
Proposed n° of partnerships: x
Lot 4
Russia
3
Lot 7
Albania,
Bosnia &
Herzegovina
FYROM,
Kosovo*,
Montenegro,
Serbia
2
NEW!
1
Lot 6
Tunisia
Lot 5
Belarus,
Moldova,
Ukraine,
Armenia,
Azerbaijan,
Georgia
Lot 3
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt
4
4
Lot 9
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Uzbekistan
9
NEW!
Lot 10
Israel
Lot 1
2
Uzbekistan
country lot
Lot 2
Jordan,
Lebanon,
OPT, Syria
1
4
*This designation is without prejudice to positions on
status, and
is in line with UNSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the
Kosovo Declaration of Independence
Action 2 partnerships: Lot 2
Lot 2
Countries
Budget per
prtnships
Nr. of
Prtnships
Nr. of
scholarships
per partn.
Maximum grant
per prtnship
Jordan
Lebanon
OpT
Syria
€ 12 Mln
120
4
€ 3 Mln
Max. duration of the project: 48 months
Action 2: Lot 2 (Jordan, Lebanon, OpT and Syria)
 Applicant: EU HEI
 Partnership composition (maximum 20 HEIs):
• 5 EU HEIs
• 5 HEIs from at least 3 different country of the lot
(extra point for total geographical coverage)
 Joint Coordination: Lot 2 HEI universities
Action 2 partnerships: Lot 2
Joint coordination
- Not compulsory but strongly encouraged
- better efficiency, feasibility and sustainability of the
partnership
- Supports capacity building in Lot 1 universities
- Primary legal responsibilities to the applicant (EU HEI) but
Lot 1 co-coordinator plays a key role in the joint
coordination of the project at regional level
Action 2 partnerships: mobility requirements
 Start of student and staff mobility: 3 cohorts
(Sept. 2013 – Dec. 2014/Sept. 2014 – Dec. 2015/Sept. 2015 – Dec. 2016)

No-EU mob. min. 70% - EU mob max 30%

Mobility open to all fields of study
Type of mobility
Undergraduates
Masters
Doctorates
Post-doctorates
Staff
Distribution
30-40%
15-25%
5-15%
5-15%
15-25%
Action 2 mobility target
Scholarships beneficiaries must be Libyan or nationals of the any
country concerned by the lot and specifically:
 Target Group 1 registered in one of the HEIs member of the
partnership (50% of the total mobility)
 Target Group 2 registered/work in a HEIs not included in the
partnership or have obtained a university degree by an institution
of these countries
 Target Group 3 in particularly vulnerable situations, for social
and political reasons (e.g. refugee status or asylum seekers,
indigenous population or IDPs)
Action 2 individual mobility
TG 1 (in partner univ)
TG 2 (other candidate)

TG 3 (vulnerable group)



Action 2: involvement of Jordanian HEIs (Call 2011)
Coordinating Institution
Title
Technische Universität Berlin(DE)
Avempace
Partner Institutions
•
•
•
•
•
Lund University (SE)
JOSYLEEM
•
•
•
•
•
Hashemite University
Princess Sumaya University
For Technology
Yarmouk University
Mutah University
Tafila Technical University
Hashemite University
University Of Jordan
Jordan University Of Science
And Technology
Yarmouk University
Tafila Technical University
Action 2: involvement of Jordanian HEIs (Call 2012)
Coordinating Institution
Universidade de Santiago de
Compostela (ES)
Title
PEACE
Partner Institutions
•
•
•
Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK)
EPIC
•
•
•
•
Technische Universität Berlin (DE)
Avempace II
•
•
•
Universita degli studi di Pavia (IT)
DUNIA BEAM
•
•
•
Al Balqa Applied University
Princess Sumaya University for
Technology
Al Hussein Bin Talal University
German Jordanian University
Princess Sumaya University For
Technology
University of Jordan
Yarmouk University
Princess Sumaya University for
Technology
Yarmouk University
Tafila Technical University
Princess Sumaya University for
Technology
University of Jordan
Jordan University of Science
And Technology
Action 2: Jordanian mobility (2007-2012)
Undergrad.
Masters
Doctorate PostStaff
doctorate
TOT.
2007
9
11
9
5
4
38
2008
9
9
2
5
4
29
2009
9
9
3
6
6
33
2010*
16
10
7
7
9
49
2011*
14
16
12
11
27
80
2012*
66
45
26
19
32
188
123
100
59
53
82
417
Total
*figures for 2010, 2011 and 2012 represent the partnerships' planned mobility
Action 2: selection process for HEIs
Partnerships (EU coord.) submit an application
EACEA: Eligibility and selection criteria
EU Delegations:
Eligibility non-EU HEIs
Relevance regional priorities
External experts: Assessment of proposals
Evaluation Committee
Selection Decision
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EM Students selection (Action 1 and 2)
All students are selected by consortia / partnerships
1. Students have to review:
• the EMMCs/EMJDs offer (Action 1)
• the partnerships selected under Lot 2 and the
study opportunities they offer (Action 2)
2. Students apply directly to the course or
partnership
Benefits for HE institutions
• Establish lasting links between institutions
• Improve quality of teaching and students
• Put in place mechanisms to facilitate mobility and
degree recognition
• Increase university visibility, attractiveness
worldwide
• Enhance reputation through involvement in
excellence programmes
Benefits for individuals
• Participate in high-level masters/doctoral courses
• Receive double/multiple/joint degree from
consortium of excellent universities
• Acquire in-depth knowledge of Europe +
European HE
• Improve linguistic skills, intercultural experience
• Improve employability through recognition of
qualifications and study periods abroad
• Academic exchange of knowledge, ideas, contacts
Check the Call documents & guidance
• Check the official Call
documents published on
the Agency website:
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus
_mundus/funding/2013/call_eacea
_38_12_en.php
• Guidance for applicants
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php
Programme Guide
Calls for Proposals
FAQs
Selected projects
How to apply for
scholarships
HEI partner search
Questions on Erasmus Mundus:
[email protected]
Thank you for your attention!
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