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Successful Erasmus+ projects 2016

Apply for Strategic partnership’s call, deadline 31 March 2016
08 March 2016

In the Erasmus+ Call 2016, several deadlines for project applications have passed. RUG has submitted two project applications under Key Action 1 (Mobility):

  • Erasmus+ mobility project for programme countries (within EU/EEA)
  • Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (mobility with partners outside EU/EEA). See also:

The projects allow for both student and staff mobility. Besides these, RUG is participant in the mobility project submitted by TU Eindhoven, providing scholarships for internships within the EU to students who have recently graduated.

Under Key Action 2 (Cooperation projects), 8 Capacity Building projects with RUG participation have been submitted. Contact persons for RUG are from various faculties (Arts, BSS, UMCG) and from Office departments (ESI, R&V).

Two proposals for KA2 Knowledge Alliances have been submitted. One project (Integrating Work Experience into Higher Education) was prepared and submitted by RUG Tuning Academy. In the second project proposal, Science LinX acts as a partner.

The next deadline for project applications is 31 March 2016. This deadline concerns Strategic partnerships. Unlike the Capacity Building and Knowledge Alliance projects, applications for Strategic partnerships are submitted to the National Agency in the applicant’s country (de-centralized action).

Regine van Groningen
Regine van Groningen

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Last modified:15 September 2017 3.19 p.m.

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