Erasmus Mundus Action 2 which includes the participation of 7 European Institutions and 12 Asian Institutions covering Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, China, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
Mobilities will be held between Asia and Europe and also in the opposite direction, at the level of undergraduate, MSc, PhD, Post-Doc and Staff (academic and administrative).
Erasmus Mundus Action 2 that includes the participation of 10 European institutions and 8 Brazilian institutions.
Mobilities will be held between Brazil and Europe at the level of undergraduate, PhD, Post-Doc and Staff (academic and administrative).
One of the main goals of Experts4Asia is to give continuity and sustainability to the successful multilateral collaboration created in previous projects while including new players in the Erasmus Mundus program. The consortium is composed of 5 countries from group A (Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Pakistan) and 7 countries from group B (China, India, Indonesia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Thailand). All together, the consortium consists of 13 universities from SSEA and 7 universities from EU allowing the coverage of as many subject areas as possible.
Through the NAMASTE mobility project, we want to improve mutual understanding between the EU and India and enhance political, cultural, educational, and economic links of India with the EU. It will enhance bilateral cooperation in education and research, thus providing important scientific and technological cooperation, political, educational and economic links between the EU and India. NAMASTE provides scholarships to Indian students and scientists to spend a mobility period in Europe on a wide variety of academic fields at different levels of study (Undergraduate, Master, PhD, Post-Doc, and Staff). The scholarships cover subsistence allowances, travel costs, tuition fees and insurance costs.
The objective of the HERITAGE Project is to strengthen the existing network of co-operation among Indian and European institutions by expanding their experience in student (undergraduate, master, doctoral, post-doctoral students) and staff exchanges.
The HERITAGE project is jointly coordinated by Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France and IIT Madras, India.
It gathers 18 diversified and complementary Indian and European HEIs, and is supported by 6 associated partners from the corporate, organizational and university realms.
The ANGLE Project (with financial support granted by the EC through the Erasmus Mundus Programme) grants scholarships to students from ACP countries and staff members to undertake a mobility period, or full degree, in some of the best universities in Europe. Scholarships are available for master and doctorate students and also for staff members (academic and administrative) and include a monthly allowance, travel, insurance and tuition fees. The project foresees 113 mobilities.
The ANGLE Consortium comprises 11 European Universities and 9 ACP Countries’ Higher Education Institutions from Angola, Cameroons, Cape Verde, Timor-Leste, Fiji, Kenya, Madagascar, Mozambique, Congo, Senegal, Trinidad and Tobago.
The EUROEAST project is open to students and scholars from Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus and Europe who are willing to spend a mobility period abroad, in Europe or in one of the ENPI East Country, for the purpose of studying, teaching or carrying out training and research.
The project aims at building and strengthening links and co-operation in education and research, to provide academics and students with opportunities to develop sustainable networks of European and ENPI East HEIs.
WELCOME is an institution-based mobility and scholarship project organized by a Consortium of some the most prestigious universities in Europe, Egypt and Lebanon. WELCOME allows you to live an invaluable experience by undertaking a study or research period abroad. It is open to undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral students and scholars and to staff.