Part of the Lifelong Learning Programme, the Erasmus University Charter call for proposals for 2009 has been opened. Under the call, higher education institutions can apply for three different types of charters:
The Standard Erasmus University Charter: for institutions belonging to the higher education sector willing to apply for Erasmus funding for transnational academic mobility activities, for students and for staff, and /or act as a coordinator/applicant of a consortium for Erasmus multilateral projects, networks or accompanying measures.
The Extended Erasmus University Charter (Student Placements only): for institutions willing to apply only for Erasmus funding for transnational student placements. This type of Charter applies in particular to institutions belonging to the secondary education sector.
The Extended Erasmus University Charter (Standard Charter and Student Placements): for institutions belonging to the higher education sector willing to apply for activities covered by the two types of charters mentioned above.
The selection procedure is managed by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).The applications must be submitted both electronically and as a paper version.
Deadline: 28 November 2008