- Credit mobility for students and staff mobility: By concluding an inter-institutional agreement with European HEIs, your institution can send its own students or doctoral candidates for short-term mobility (up to 12 months) to your partner institutions. Your HEI must recognise the credits earned by your students while in Europe as counting towards their degree at home. Your staff can receive grants for teaching or training assignments (5 days to 2 months) at the European HEI. Under the same agreement, your HEI can host European doctoral candidates or staff for short-term mobility; there are more limited opportunities to host students. Institutions from Erasmus+ Programme Countries must submit the mobility project application that involves your HEI to the National Agency in their country. HEIs from Partner Countries interested in taking part in credit mobility should therefore begin by contacting a partner university in a Programme Country, which will be able to apply for funding.
- Capacity building in higher education: your HEI can take part as the ‘Applicant’ in capacity-building projects involving a consortium of HEIs, at least three coming from Erasmus+ Programme Countries. These projects can be joint projects: to help HEIs from Partner Countries to develop, modernise and disseminate new curricula, teaching methods or materials, as well as to boost quality assurance and governance of HEIs. Structural projects: to develop and reform HEIs and systems in Partner Countries, to enhance their quality and relevance, promote regional cooperation and increase convergence with international developments in higher education.
- Jean Monnet Actions: The Jean Monnet activities support academic teaching and research (Chairs, Modules and Centres of Excellence), cooperation projects, conferences and publications in the field of EU studies. Postgraduate level courses on European Union issues or promoting debate and exchanges on EU policy priorities are examples of activities that can be supported in this action. HEIs, organisations and associations from all over the world can apply for Jean Monnet activities.