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									Erasmus Mundus
Training session for NTOs, Antwerp, 9 December 2010




                     Promoting to students
         Erasmus Mundus information
                                              Adrian VEALE - Unit P4
                             Erasmus Mundus & External Cooperation 1
                 Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
Promoting Erasmus Mundus to students
Difference between Action 1 and Action 2

• Action 1 Masters and Doctorates
  – Joint programmes with study at two or more HEIS
• Action 2 Partnerships
  – Study at one of the partner universities: a range of
    disciplines and academic levels offered
How students find information - 1
EACEA website
  – “How to apply…” page
  – Lists of Masters and Doctorates  web address
  – Lists of Partnerships  web address
How students find information - 2
Consortium or partnership website
  – Details of course(s)
  – Entry requirements
  – Application procedures, timing and forms


N.B.: Action 2
  – If student/staff at one of partner universities, also
    contact International Office
Familiarise yourself with partnerships
• See project description for partnerships
  covering your country
• Note partners in your country
• Note deadlines for applications by students /
  staff
Typical student deadlines
Action1
• Student deadline for studies starting in AY
  2011/2012: November 2010 – January 2011

Action 2
• Various deadlines: November 2010 – March
  2011
Visibility, information, communication

Erasmus Mundus website
• Source of information for potential applicants
  – Listings of consortia and partnerships for
    student/academics
  – Calls for Proposals for HEIs
  – Reference documents
  – Links to key partners
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Quick links
EACEA website – Erasmus Mundus
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/index_en.php

Erasmus Mundus selected projects
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_c
ompendia/selected_projects_en.php

Erasmus Mundus partner search facility
http://erasmusmundus.teamwork.fr



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Visibility, information, communication
                            Student entry
                            points

                                         Calls
                             Selected projects

                           Beneficiaries space
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Project listings: e.g. Action 2
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_compendia/selected_projects
_action_2_en.php




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Visibility, information, communication

Erasmus Mundus project websites
• Source of information for potential applicants
  – Promotes the project/partnership
  – Clear information and application procedures for
    students & academics
  – Networking for stakeholders


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Other key websites

• Study in Europe
  http://ec.europa.eu/education/study-in-
  europe/index_en.html
• Erasmus Mundus Alumni and Students
  Association (EMA)
  http://www.em-a.eu/
   Information to potential students about EM opportunities
   Tips and guidance to selected students on "what to
    expect" in Europe                                          12
Erasmus Mundus Action 3 projects

   promote European HE in specific geographical areas
   improve services for international students and
    doctoral candidates
   address the international dimension of Quality
    Assurance
   help strengthen relations between European HE
    and research
   promote European study opportunities for doctoral
    candidates
Action 3 examples

 FORT – Forging ties and building bridges between
  Mediterranean Higher education institutions

 Cultural Preparation Course for North African Students
  coming to Europe

 European Campus: Enhancing overseas student
  mobility



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