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    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Opportunities for Higher Education
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Europe 2020 Strategy: indicators  Tertiary level attainment: 40% of 30-34 year olds HE graduates  Early School leaving: 10% of 18-24 year olds not enrolled  Employability: 82% of graduates (20-34 year old) being employed no more than 3 years after they have completed education Vision for 2020
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Agenda for the modernisation of Europe’s higher education systems COM(2011) 567 final September 2011 European Higher Education in the World COM(2013) 499 final July 2013 Opening Up Education COM(2013) 654 final 25 September 2013
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Key Messages of the EU Agenda for the Modernisation of Higher Education Increasing tertiary attainment levels Improving the quality and relevance of higher education Strengthening quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation Linking higher education, research and business for excellence and regional development Improving governance and funding
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  WHY?  HOW?  WHAT?  WHEN? ERASMUS+ •Relevance: a programme to support policy •EU added value •Sustained impact at 3 levels: individual, institutional, systemic •Simplification, rationalisation
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture About 14,7 billion euros for the next 7 years 40% budget increase (+ EU external cooperation funds) Over 4 million people to study, train, volunteer or teach abroad Erasmus+
    • Date: in 12 pts Budget breakdown LEARNING MOBILITY OF INDIVIDUALS At least 63% COOPERATION FOR INNOVATION AND THE EXCHANGE OF GOOD PRACTICES At least 28% SUPPORT FOR POLICY REFORM 4.2%
    • Date: in 12 pts Erasmus GrundtvigLeonardo Comenius Youth in Action Erasmus Mundus Tempus Alfa Edulink 2007-2013 2014-2020 Erasmus+ 1 Learning Mobility 2 Cooperation 3 Policy support Education and Culture + Specific activities: Jean Monnet Sport Towards a single integrated system
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Learning mobility of individuals Staff mobility for teaching and training Mobility for students  Joint Master degrees Credit mobility for HE between programme and partner countries  Student loan Key Action 1 2 million higher education students over 7 years 135,000 student & staff exchanges with Partner countries 200,000 Master student loans 25,000 scholarships for Joint Master degrees MORE mobility 63% of total budget
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Diversity of mobility types  Credit mobility: studies/traineeships + international mobility  Degree mobility: joint Master programmes  Degree mobility: Master programme loan  Volunteering  Intensive programmes  Blended & virtual mobility  Short term mobility: teaching/training + international mobility  Long term mobility  Intensive programmes  Joint staff training STUDENTS STAFF
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture More inclusive  Better linguistic support for mobile participants  Specific support to people with special needs  More support to participants from disadvantaged background  More support to remote areas  Student loan guarantee  Better use of new technologies
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Better mobility • 2013 Call 4576 applications received Results publication: 4308 Charters awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education Fundamental principles Before During After Mobility Best practices Monitoring
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other wordsBetter mobility - Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (programme countries) - Reinforced inter-institutional agreements to set mobility flows & preconditions (new template published in July) - Learning Agreement for students - Partner countries: ECHE principles included in inter-institutional agreements Improved Erasmus quality framework
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words – Reinforced learning & mobility agreements to ensure recognition – Flexible and cost efficient support for language preparation – Full use of IT Tools (application, reporting) including Mobility Tool – Reduced paper work: scanned signatures / exchanges by emails Better mobility Improved Erasmus quality framework
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words STUDYING AND LEARNING ABROAD Key Action 1: -Credit mobility -Degree mobility/joint Master degrees -Student loan guarantee
    • Date: in 12 pts … in other wordsStudent credit mobility Student credit mobility  All levels of higher education (Short cycle, Bachelor, Master, Doctoral levels) + recent graduates + all disciplines  From 3 to 12 months for studies  From 2 to 12 months for traineeships (not open to partner countries in first 2 years)  Each student can benefit up to 12 months per study cycle Education
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  Level of grants adapted to different needs, including to country living costs, remote regions/countries, and to international mobility (EU external policy priorities apply)  HEIs to apply for:  Sending mobility to programme countries  Sending and receiving mobility to/from partner countries  Individually or within a consortia (extended to all types of mobility) Student credit mobility
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Student grant levels Group 1 Programme Countries with higher living costs Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom Group 2 Programme Countries with medium living costs Belgium, Croatia ,Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey Group 3 Programme Countries with lower living costs Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia  Student grant: subsistence + travel combined Fixed at EU level
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation International opening  No more relevant to differentiate between intra-EU and international mobility  Full streamlining of calendar and procedures, management by National Agencies (Note: international mobility will be launched later)  Use of same quality instruments. Principles of the Charter will apply.  ~ 135,000 student and staff mobility flows expected between Programme and Partner countries  Level of grants adapted  Priorities of EU external action will apply (separate budget)
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words  Continuation of Erasmus Mundus action 1  Excellent Joint Master courses offered by universities from Europe and partner countries attracting best students through high level scholarships scheme  Centrally managed  Expected: 25,000 students over 7 years Degree mobility and joint degrees
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  Minimum 3 HEI from 3 EU countries  Funding for 3 intakes, then co-funding (catalogue after a quality review)  Universities from partner countries encouraged to be full partners  New Joint Doctorates funded under Marie Skłodowska Curie  Continued funding of Erasmus Mundus joint Master and doctoral courses until 2017 Degree mobility and joint degrees
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words Student loan guarantee Information by Erasmus+ national agencies and Europa website
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words STAFF MOBILITY Key Action 1: short term mobility
    • Date: in 12 pts Why is staff mobility important?  Improved competences  Broader understanding of practices and policies across countries  Enhances quality in teaching and learning  Triggers changes in the modernisation and international opening of their educational institution  Promotion of mobility activities for learners Education
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Staff mobility - short term mobility  Staff mobility abroad for teaching or training purposes  Between programme countries: from 2 days to 2 months (excl. travel)  Between partner and programme countries: from 5 days to 2 months (excl. Travel)  Minimum 8 teaching hours of lecturing abroad  Staff from enterprise encouraged to teach at HEIs
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  WHY?  HOW?  WHAT?  WHEN? Cooperation in Higher Education Key Action 2
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Cooperation for innovation and best practices Strategic partnerships between education/training or youth organisations and other relevant actors Large scale structured partnerships between education and training establishments and business: Knowledge Alliances & Sector Skills alliances  IT-Platforms incl. e-Twinning  Capacity building with Partner countries and focus on neighbourhood countries Key Action 2 MORE cooperation for more INNOVATION 28% of total budget 20,000 Strategic Partnerships 150 Knowledge Alliances 1000 Capacity Building Projects
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Develop, test, adapt and implement innovative practices relating to: HE Strategic Partnerships joint study programmes and joint curricula, intensive programmes and common modules –including e-modules –between partnership members from different countries, disciplines and economic sectors (public/private), ensuring the relevance towards the needs of the labour market; project-based transnational collaboration between enterprises and students/staff at higher education institutions to study real life cases; pedagogical approaches and methodologies especially those delivering transversal competences, entrepreneurship mindset and creative thinking, including by introducing multi-, trans-and interdisciplinary approaches, building learning mobility more systematically into curricula ('embedded mobility') and through a better exploitation of ICT;
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words HE Strategic Partnerships the integration of a greater variety of study modes (distance, part- time, modular learning), notably through new forms of personalised learning, strategic use of open educational resources and virtual mobility/learning platforms; new approaches to facilitate permeability between education sectors (i.e. through validation of prior learning and possibility of flexible learning -modular studies, blended learning etc.); the engagement of HEIs with local/regional authorities and other stakeholders based on a collaborative work in an international setting to promote regional development and cross sectoral cooperation to build bridges and share knowledge between the different formal and informal education and training sectors; cooperation and exchange of practice between staff responsible for support services, such as guidance counselling, coaching methods and tools, development of systems that help track student progress; or those involved in student support services, to increase quality (i.e. attract and retain non-traditional learners, e.g. adults, and underrepresented groups in higher education);
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words Mobility in Strategic Partn. More cooperation for more innovation  Possibility to organise mobility if it supports the objectives of the partnership.  Cross-sectorality encouraged in all activities.  Intensive study programmes – 5 days to 2 months  Blended mobility of students: less than 2 months physical mobility coupled wit virtual mobility  Long term teaching staff exchange – 2 to 12 months Short term joint staff training – 5 days to 2 months
    • Date: in 12 pts Types of activities  Developand implement new learning and teaching methods  Develop and deliver new and innovative study programmes  Organise continuing educational programmes and activities with and within companies  Schemes of transversals skills' learning in cooperation with enterprises  Entrepreneurship education in any discipline  Study field related activities which are embedded in curricula  Exchange of students, researchers, teaching and company staff  Start ups, Etc. 31 Knowledge Alliances
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  Foster intense, structured and long term cooperation among HEIs and with key stakeholders to contribute to achieving the objectives of the HE Modernisation Agenda  Open to any discipline Promote, develop and implement long- lasting structured partnerships between business and academia to strengthen Europe's innovation capacity, stimulate entrepreneurship, stimulate 2-way knowledge exchange between HEIs and enterprises and foster excellence Open to any disciplineand innovation Strategic Partnerships Knowledge Alliances Minimum 2 HEIs and 2 enterprises Centralised management (EACEA) At least 6 org. from 3 different countries Minimum 3 organisations from 3 different countries Decentralised management (NAs)
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture PARTNERSHIP & DURATION  Strategic partnerships can involve HEIs; enterprises; SMEs; local/regional authorities; research institutions; NGOs; VET providers; adult education providers; youth organisations; training centres; European networks; social partners; chambers of commerce; foundations, etc.  2 or 3 years, grants up to € 150.000 per year  Knowledge Alliances can involve HEI, research institutes, enterprises, public bodies, social partners…  2 to 3 years, grants between € 500.000 and € 1.000.000  Use of unit costs
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Capacity Building 1. Joint projects: New curricula & degrees, learning and teaching methodologies, staff development, quality assurance, governance, Bologna tools 2 types of projects with Neighbouring and Enlargement countries, Russia, Asia, Latin America, Africa, Caribbean, Pacific (ACP) 2. Structural projects: Reforms at national level with support of authorities in Partner Countries (policy modernisation, Bologna policies, governance and management of higher education systems…) + Additional mobility component for ENP and Enlargement countries
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Strategic Partnerships in Higher Education Policy support Key Action 3
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Support for policy reform Open method of Coordination EU tools: valorisation and implementation Policy dialogue with stakeholders, non-EU countries and international organisations Large scale prospective initiatives Key Action 3 * TWG on modernisation of higher education peer learning Peer review Policy experimentation * ECTS guide review ECTS labels * NARIC network cooperation Sustaining projects, EAR manual * Bologna process * Ranking initiative, QA, Studies Large scale projects with partners - governance, tracking, autonomy(ex-ECA) * Policy dialogue with selected world partners 4% of total budget
    • Date: in 12 pts Next steps Education and Culture 12 December 2013 •Publication of the first calls 21 December 2013 • Adoption of the legal base Erasmus+ First deadlines • Key Action 1: 17 March 2014 • Key Action 2-KA: 3 April 2014 • Key Action 2-SP: 30 April 2014
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture What to do to apply Register in participants portal and receive a PIC number Check compliance with programme criteria Check financial conditions Fill in and submit application form
    • Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture