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Erasmus + – Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education: Strand 2 – Partnerships for transformation in higher education – 2022

Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. The 2021-2027 programme places a strong focus on social inclusion, the green and digital transitions, and promoting young people’s participation in democratic life.

2022-02-17
55,606,800 euro
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Institution European Commission
Sectors
Beneficiaries Media & cultural organisation
Regions Africa-Carribean-Pacific, Asia, Balkans, Candidate countries, Central America, Central Asia, Developing countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Latin America, Mediterranean countries
Details
  • Countries able to fully take part in all actions of the programme :
      • Member States of the EU
      • Third countries associated to the programme
  • Countries able to take part in certain actions of the programme :
    • Western balkans
    • Neighbourhood East
    • South-mediterranean countries
    • Russian Federation
    • Asia
    • Central Asia
    • Middle East
    • Pacific
    • Sub-Saharian Africa
    • Latin America
    • Caribbean
    • US and Canada

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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To address the different state of advancement and challenges of HEIs located in eligible third countries not associated to the programme, enhance the impact of the programme and where relevant complement other sources of funding;
  • To introduce new approaches and initiatives in higher education, based on peer learning and transfer of experience and good practice affecting not only the institutions but also the society at large;

Priorities 

  • Priority 1: Address mismatches between the requirements of employers and the offer of higher education institutions and propose integral solutions to enhance better employability of students;
  • Priority 2:  Support HEIs to develop and implement the institutional reforms that will make them more democratic, inclusive, equitable and full-fledged constituents of the civil society.

Among financed actions

  • Development, testing and adaptation of innovative curricula in terms of content, structure and teaching/learning methods (including the use of open and flexible learning, virtual mobility, open educational resources, blended learning, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC), etc.);
  • Introduction of Bologna-type reforms at institutional level;
  • Introducing practical training schemes, internships and study of real-life cases in business and industry, which are fully embedded in the curriculum, recognised and credited;
  • Introducing dual learning systems bridging tertiary studies with upper secondary VET as a mean to boost the employability of graduates;
  • Development and testing solutions to pressing social demands not addressed by the market and directed towards vulnerable groups in society;
  • Support the creation of centres, incubators for innovation, technology transfer and business start-ups, and the integration of education, research and innovation at institutional/regional/national level;
  • Exchanges of students, researchers, teaching staff and enterprise staff for a limited period;
  • Reform of governance and management systems and structures at institutional level (incl. quality assurance methods and systems, financial management and HEI autonomy, international relations, student services and counselling, career guidance, academic and research boards, etc.);
  • Development of strategies and tools for the internationalisation of HEIs (international openness of curricula, inter-institutional mobility schemes), and their capacity to network effectively in research, scientific and technological innovation (scientific cooperation and knowledge transfer, etc.).

Additional information

  • This call for proposals is an open call for proposals
  • Initial duration of the action: between 24 or 36 months

Eligibility 

  • Be a higher education institution (public or private) and recognised as such by the competent authorities;
  • Be a public or private organisation, with its affiliated entities (if any), active in the labour market or in the fields of education, training and youth located in eligible third countries not associated to the Erasmus + programme;
  • HEIs located in an EU Member state or third country associated to the Erasmus + programme must hold a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE);
  • An ECHE is not required for participating HEIs in eligible third countries not associated to the Erasmus+ programme;
  • A consortium composed of at least 1 HEI from each participating EU Member state or third country associated to the programme, and minimum 2 HEIs from the participating third country not associated to the programme must be constituted.
Financement
  • The indicative 2022 budget of Strand 2 per Region and the indicative number of projects to be funded:
    • Region 1: Western Balkans – 4 808 000 euro (6);
    • Region 2: Neighbourhood East – 5 814 710 euro (7);
    • Region 3: South-Mediterranean countries – 4 926 660 (6);
    • Region 4: Russian Federation – 2 468 500 (3);
    • Region 5: Asia – 14 613 360 (18);
    • Region 6: Central Asia – 4 111 060 (5);
    • Region 9: Sub-Saharan Africa – 10 834 530 (13);
    • Region 10: Latin America – 7 486 600 (9);
    • Region 11: Caribbean – 543 380 (1).
  • Amount of the grant: between 400,000 and 800,000 euro
  • Co-financing rate: defined by the granting authority

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