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ERASMUS MUNDUS ASSOCIATION

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ERASMUS MUNDUS ASSOCIATION
ERASMUS+
Webinar
January 25th
Presented by:
Agenda
E+ Objectives
Erasmus Mundus position
Key actions
E+ in the world
Youth Actions
Budget

Objectives
Centralized branding across previously separate educational programs
Integration of programs and mission
Increased scope & budget
Erasmus Mundus in E+
Brand preserved
Alumni association currently included in restructuring
Specific details forthcoming
New features
Credit mobility, including traineeships abroad: mobility for studies opened to partner countries in both directions
Student loan guarantee: to boost Master's degree mobility within Europe
Key Actions of E+
1.
"Learning mobility"
Academic exchanges
2.
"Cooperation projects"
Partnering with organizations to increase research and learning outcomes. Includes innovative approaches, increased capacity to work at EU level, improved levels of skills for employability and new business creation
3.
"Policy reform"
Modernizing education & training
Learn more:
http://ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus

Budget
Youth Programs with Non-EU countries
Youth mobility between EU and neighboring countries: including exchanges, volunteer work and worker mobility

Capacity building projects with Africa, Caribbean, Pacific, Asian and Latin American countries

Exchange ideas with neighboring countries: Involvement of youth and NGO's from neighboring countries in youth Structured Dialogue under KA3; dialoguing with partner country at international meetings, conferences and events, connecting youth & decision-makers.
Exchanges with non-EU countries
Increased mobility for students/staff between EU & non-EU countries
Joint Masters Programmes: including non-EU countries in masters consortium
Targeted support for EU neighbors
Projects with non-EU countries

Projects promoting cooperation and partnerships between higher education and organizations, with a special focus on neighboring countries

Support to policy dialogue through the network of Higher Education Reform Experts in partner countries neighbouring the EU, the international alumni association, international attractiveness and promotion events;
Jean Monnet activities with the aim of stimulating teaching, research and reflection in the field of European Union studies worldwide.
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