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Sectors: Education - Training, Youth

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Corporations, Federations Unions, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Schools, SMEs, Universities

Regions: Candidate countries, European Economic Area, Mediterranean countries

Category: Call for proposals

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Additional info regions:

Consult pages 24-25 of Erasmus programme guide to check the eligibility of your country.

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Responsible: European Commission

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This call aims to improve capacity building in the field of youth and more precisely, to cover international cooperation projects pursuing capacity-building and, where appropriate, embedded transnational mobility.

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– To support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of the higher education field in the eligible Partner Countries
– To support eligible Partner Countries to address the challenges facing their higher education institutions and
systems, including those of quality, relevance, equity of access, planning, delivery, management,governance
– To contribute to cooperation between the EU and the eligible Partner Countries
– To promote voluntary convergence with EU developments in higher education
– To promote people to people contacts, intercultural awareness and understanding

Priorities
– To increase attainment levels; improving the quality and relevance of higher education; strengthening quality through mobility and cross-border  cooperation; making the knowledge triangle work; improving governance and funding
– To promote the development of  new modes of delivery as well as stimulating the internationalisation of Europe’s higher education systems in Europe and beyond
– To open up mobility opportunities beyond Europe, funding joint degrees, creating capacity-building,  partnerships for cooperation and innovation between EU and non-EU higher education institutions

Among financed actions
– Curricula, courses, learning materials and tools
– Learning and teaching methodologies and pedagogical approaches, especially those delivering key  competences and basic skills, language skills, entrepreneurship education and focusing on the use of ICT
– New forms of practical training schemes and study of real Life cases in business and industry
– Strengthening of internationalisation of higher education systems
– Introduction of Bologna-type reforms (three-level cycle system, quality assurance, evaluation, etc.)