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Techno - Erasmus Mundus Action

Asian students who want to participate in mobility to the EU:


  • Must be a national of one of the third countries covered by the relevant lot;
  • Must have not resided nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of the European countries;
  • For target group 1 (TGI): students need to be registered at one of the third-country HEIs within the partnership. Undergraduate students must have successfully completed at least one year of studies in their home institution;
  • For target group 2 (TGII): students need either to be registered in a HEI (not included in the partnership) of the third country concerned by the lot or having obtained a university degree or equivalent by an institution of these third countries. They will need to justify how this study period abroad will benefit them (and their direct socio-economical environment) and include letters of support in their individual application;
  • For target group 3 (TGIII): students need to be nationals of one of the third countries concerned by the lot and be part of the vulnerable target groups.
  • Must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses or of one of the languages currently spoken in the hosting countries.
  • No student can benefit from more than one mobility activity in the same project.


Eligibility criteria for staff


In order to be eligible, academic and administrative staff hereafter referred as "staff":


  • Must be a national of one of the eligible countries;
  • Must work in or be associated to an HEI within the partnership;
  • The mobility assignments must be based on partnership agreements between the members of the partnership;
  • The home and host universities and the individual staff must agree on the programme of lectures to be delivered by the visiting staff, on the research activities or on the type of training to be followed;
  • The mobility may constitute a post-per-post exchange or a one-way visitor flow to or from a third country.


Priority will be given to mobility that:


  • Ensures that the visiting teacher's contribution will be an integral part of a program of the host institution
  • Will lead to the production of new teaching material
  • Will be used to consolidate and extend links between departments and faculties and to prepare for future cooperation projects between the home and host university (joint projects, joint degrees etc.)
  • Will help strengthen the international cooperation departments in the foreign universities
  • Will lead to progress in the application of ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) and other systems for recognition of studies and qualifications in the partner institution
  • Will improve the university - enterprise cooperation
  • Will help to start up Doctoral Schools
  • Will lead to the improvement of quality assurance mechanisms at universities.