Maghrenov workshop on capacity building EU: mpc erasmus part 2

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Maghrenov workshop on capacity building EU: mpc erasmus part 2

  1. 1. 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
  2. 2. Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words Student loan guarantee Information by Erasmus+ national agencies and Europa website
  3. 3. Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture … in other words STAFF MOBILITY Key Action 1: short term mobility
  4. 4. 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
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture  WHY?  HOW?  WHAT?  WHEN? Cooperation in Higher Education Key Action 2
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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;
  9. 9. 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);
  10. 10. 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
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. 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)
  13. 13. 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
  14. 14. 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
  15. 15. Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture Strategic Partnerships in Higher Education Policy support Key Action 3
  16. 16. 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
  17. 17. 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
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. Date: in 12 ptsEducation and Culture

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