On 14 February, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) published the Erasmus University Charter call for proposals 2013.
The Erasmus University Charter provides a general framework for cooperation activities to be carried out by higher education institutions (HEIs) under the Erasmus component of the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP). The Erasmus University Charter constitutes a prerequisite for HEIs to become involved in a wide range of activities, such as student and staff mobility
; Erasmus intensive language courses and programmes; multilateral projects, networks, accompanying measures and preparatory visits. The Erasmus University Charter extends to all HEIs defined in the Article 2.10 of the Decision on LLP. HEIs can apply for three different types of Charter:
- Standard Erasmus University Charter is designed for HEIs applying for Erasmus funding for transnational academic (student and staff) mobility activities and/or those willing to act as a coordinator/applicant of a consortium for Erasmus multilateral projects, networks or accompanying measures.
- Extended Erasmus University Charter (student placements only) is designed for institutions applying only for Erasmus funding for transnational student placements.
- Extended Erasmus University Charter (standard charter and student placements) is for HEIs applying for activities covered by both the Standard and the Extended University Charter (student placements only).
Full details of the specific Erasmus University Charter call 2013 are presented on the website of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission.
29 March 2012