General introduction on ERASMUS MUNDUS IIMartina Friedrich, AT EM-NS   ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION Vol.2    Traini...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIERASMUS MUNDUS II (EM):   – Action 1A: EM Master Courses (EMMC)   X Action 1B: EM ...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIConsortium: – “Europe”: EU27 and EEA (FL, IS, NO) – Consortium of HEI from at leas...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (I):   – Curriculum has to be integrated in all aspects   – Lasting max. 4 ye...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (II):   – Scholarships for top-class doctoral candidates (Cat. A + B)   – Obl...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (III):   – Employment contacts should be offered, if not possible social     ...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIFlat rate for management costs: € 50.000 / edition                                ...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIExample for the calculation of a three years EMJD for 5 editions:Flat rate for man...
General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIAward Criteria:   – Academic and research quality                                 ...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION http://emap-project.webnode.cz      ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION Vol.2       Training ...
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Presentation by Martina Friedrich from Erasmus Mundus National Structure Austria. Presentation was held at the EMAP training seminar in Tallinn for future Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorates consortia (18-21 January 2012). For video see http://vimeo.com/38027714.

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EMJD: General introduction on Erasmus Mundus

  1. 1. General introduction on ERASMUS MUNDUS IIMartina Friedrich, AT EM-NS ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION Vol.2 Training seminar / 18-21 January 2012 / Tallinn
  2. 2. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIERASMUS MUNDUS II (EM): – Action 1A: EM Master Courses (EMMC) X Action 1B: EM Joint Doctoral Programmes(EMJD) – Action 2: EM Partnerships – Action 3: Dissemination→ ERASMUS MUNDUS Action 1 offers – high-quality curricula – for excellent students / doctoral candidates!!!
  3. 3. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIConsortium: – “Europe”: EU27 and EEA (FL, IS, NO) – Consortium of HEI from at least 3 different “European” countries – May also include HEI from Third-Countries (3C) and companies Fellowship holders’ Categories: – Category A: 3C-doctoral candidates less than 12 months over the last 5 years in “Europe” (exception for former EMMC students) – Category B: other than Category A
  4. 4. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (I): – Curriculum has to be integrated in all aspects – Lasting max. 4 years, but EMJD fellowships only for 3 years! – Fully developed at the time of application (30 April 2012 – 12:00 CET) and ready for 5 consecutive editions as from 2013/14 – Fully recognised EMJD by first doctoral candidates’ enrolment (around June 2013) – Fully recognised double, multiple or joint degree – At least 2 European languages
  5. 5. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (II): – Scholarships for top-class doctoral candidates (Cat. A + B) – Obligatory study period in at least 2 “European” countries: • At least 6 months (cumulative or consecutive) • For Cat. B: 2 ”European” countries different from country obtained the last HEI degree – If mobility to 3C-HEI foreseen: • At least two thirds at “European” HEI • For Cat. A: max. 1 semester / 6 months (cumulative or consecutive), 3C has to be different from the country of origin • For Cat. B: max. 1 year (cumulative or consecutive) – Internships and placements possible
  6. 6. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIEMJD (III): – Employment contacts should be offered, if not possible social security coverage is necessary – Support candidates in obtaining visas, residence permits, housing, perhaps schools for their children – Later: offer tutoring / buddy system – Doctoral candidate agreements on rights and obligations – Different levels of management boards
  7. 7. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIFlat rate for management costs: € 50.000 / edition Cat. A fellowship Cat. B fellowshipTravel, installation, visa € 7.500 € 3.000 (only if 3C-HEI visit isrelated and other costs foreseen)Participation costs € 300 / month (for non-laboratory based EMJD) € 600 / month (for laboratory based EMJD)Living allowance € 1.400 / month (for a stipend) € 2.800 / month (for an employment contract)Total € 61.200 - € 129.900
  8. 8. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIExample for the calculation of a three years EMJD for 5 editions:Flat rate for management costs: € 50.000 x 5 editions = € 250.000 for consortium Cat. A fellowship Cat. B fellowship (6 per edition) (2 only EU / 2 with 3C-visit per edition)Travel, installation, visa… € 7.500 € 3.000 (only if 3C-HEI visit)(for doctoral candidates) € 7.500x6x5 = € 225.000 € 3.000x2x5 = € 30.000Participation costs € 600 / month (for laboratory based EMJD)(for consortium) € 600x36x10x5= € 1.080.000Living allowance € 2.800 / month (for an employment contract)(for doctoral candidates) € 2.800x36x10x5 = € 5.040.000Total € 6.625.000 → + don’t forget self-funders, scholarships from other sources!
  9. 9. General introduction onERASMUS MUNDUS IIAward Criteria: – Academic and research quality 25% objectives, excellence, innovation, competitiveness – Partnership experience and composition 25% adequacy of the partnership, scientific excellence and their education, research and innovation capacities – European integration and functioning of the programme 20% efficiency and effectiveness of implementation – Provisions for EMJD candidates and fellowship holders 15% promotion and marketing strategy, recruitment conditions, support – Management and quality assurance 15% overall organisational arrangements and cooperation mechanisms, evaluation and sustainability plan
  10. 10. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION http://emap-project.webnode.cz ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTIVE PARTICIPATION Vol.2 Training seminar / 18-21 January 2012 / Tallinn

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