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Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013
Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013
Why is the EU active in education & vocational training
Why is the EU active in education & vocational training
Member States are in charge of their education and training systems
Member States are in charge of their education and training systems
Over-arching EU policy goal: The Lisbon Strategy
Over-arching EU policy goal: The Lisbon Strategy
The EU is working towards Lisbon
The EU is working towards Lisbon
The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)
The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)
The Lifelong Learning Programme fosters
The Lifelong Learning Programme fosters
Lifelong Learning Programme
Lifelong Learning Programme
Lifelong Learning Programme Specific Objectives
Lifelong Learning Programme Specific Objectives
LLP: Structure
LLP: Structure
Budget Breakdown of LLP
Budget Breakdown of LLP
Budget Breakdown of LLP
Budget Breakdown of LLP
Simpler money
Simpler money
Less money (than requested)
Less money (than requested)
COMENIUS
COMENIUS
Who was Comenius
Who was Comenius
Comenius  Specific Objectives
Comenius Specific Objectives
Comenius  Operational Objectives
Comenius Operational Objectives
Comenius  Possible Participants
Comenius Possible Participants
Comenius Actions
Comenius Actions
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Criteria
Criteria
School Partnerships
School Partnerships
School Partnerships
School Partnerships
Criteria
Criteria
Comenius Regio
Comenius Regio
Individual Pupil Mobility
Individual Pupil Mobility
In-service Training
In-service Training
In-Service Training
In-Service Training
Criteria
Criteria
Comenius Assistantships
Comenius Assistantships
Criteria
Criteria
Comenius Networks
Comenius Networks
What are the Comenius Networks for
What are the Comenius Networks for
Criteria
Criteria
Comenius Accompanying measures
Comenius Accompanying measures
ERASMUS
ERASMUS
Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013
Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013
Desiderius Erasmus 1466  1536 Father of the Revival of Learning
Desiderius Erasmus 1466 1536 Father of the Revival of Learning
Erasmus - Specific objectives
Erasmus - Specific objectives
Erasmus - operational objectives
Erasmus - operational objectives
Erasmus  University Charter
Erasmus University Charter
Erasmus Decentralised actions (managed by the National Agencies)
Erasmus Decentralised actions (managed by the National Agencies)
Erasmus Centralised actions (managed by the Executive Agency)
Erasmus Centralised actions (managed by the Executive Agency)
Student Mobility
Student Mobility
Student mobility  STUDIES
Student mobility STUDIES
Student mobility  PLACEMENTS
Student mobility PLACEMENTS
Staff Mobility
Staff Mobility
Staff mobility  TEACHING
Staff mobility TEACHING
Staff mobility  TRAINING
Staff mobility TRAINING
Decentralised Actions  OM  organisation of mobility
Decentralised Actions OM organisation of mobility
Decentralised Actions  IP  Intensive Programmes
Decentralised Actions IP Intensive Programmes
Decentralised Actions  EILC - Intensive Language Courses
Decentralised Actions EILC - Intensive Language Courses
Centralised actions  Multilateral Projects
Centralised actions Multilateral Projects
Centralised Actions  Curriculum Development
Centralised Actions Curriculum Development
Centralised Actions  HEIs / Enterprise Co-operation
Centralised Actions HEIs / Enterprise Co-operation
Centralised Actions  Modernisation Projects
Centralised Actions Modernisation Projects
Centralised Actions  Virtual Campuses
Centralised Actions Virtual Campuses
Centralised Actions  Thematic Networks
Centralised Actions Thematic Networks
Various activities that contribute to achieving the programmes
Various activities that contribute to achieving the programmes
Erasmus THE IMPACT
Erasmus THE IMPACT
Erasmus more information on:
Erasmus more information on:
LEONARDO DA VINCI
LEONARDO DA VINCI
Who was Leonardo da Vinci
Who was Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci Specific Objectives
Leonardo da Vinci Specific Objectives
Leonardo da Vinci Operational Objectives
Leonardo da Vinci Operational Objectives
Actions
Actions
Mobility of individuals  quality criteria
Mobility of individuals quality criteria
Mobility Actions and Target Groups
Mobility Actions and Target Groups
Mobility Actions and Target Groups
Mobility Actions and Target Groups
Mobility of individuals
Mobility of individuals
Partnerships
Partnerships
Priorities for all multilateral projects and networks
Priorities for all multilateral projects and networks
Multilateral projects
Multilateral projects
Thematic Networks
Thematic Networks
Accompanying measures
Accompanying measures
Grundtvig
Grundtvig
Who was Grundtvig
Who was Grundtvig
Grundtvig  Specific Objectives
Grundtvig Specific Objectives
Grundtvig  Operational Objectives
Grundtvig Operational Objectives
Grundtvig  such variety
Grundtvig such variety
What are the Grundtvig Actions
What are the Grundtvig Actions
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Multilateral Cooperation Projects
Emphasis on development and transfer of innovation through improving:
Emphasis on development and transfer of innovation through improving:
Criteria
Criteria
Learning Partnerships
Learning Partnerships
Learning Partnerships
Learning Partnerships
Criteria
Criteria
In-service Training for Adult Education Staff
In-service Training for Adult Education Staff
In-Service Training
In-Service Training
Criteria
Criteria
Grundtvig Networks
Grundtvig Networks
What are the Networks for
What are the Networks for
Criteria
Criteria
Grundtvig Accompanying measures
Grundtvig Accompanying measures
Transversal Programme
Transversal Programme
Transversal Programme Specific Objectives
Transversal Programme Specific Objectives
Transversal Programme Operational Objectives
Transversal Programme Operational Objectives
4 Key Activities: Policy cooperation and innovation Language learning
4 Key Activities: Policy cooperation and innovation Language learning
Key Activity 1 Policy cooperation and innovation
Key Activity 1 Policy cooperation and innovation
Objectives
Objectives
Actions
Actions
Studies and comparative research
Studies and comparative research
Studies and comparative research
Studies and comparative research
Key Activity 2 Languages
Key Activity 2 Languages
Key activity languages
Key activity languages
Languages in LLP
Languages in LLP
Multilateral projects
Multilateral projects
Networks
Networks
Whats new
Whats new
Accompanying Measures
Accompanying Measures
Key Activity 3 ICT
Key Activity 3 ICT
Objective
Objective
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Multilateral Projects
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
ICT Networks
Key Activity 4 Dissemination and exploitation of results
Key Activity 4 Dissemination and exploitation of results
Dissemination and Exploitation of Results in Lifelong Learning
Dissemination and Exploitation of Results in Lifelong Learning
Dissemination and exploitation of results  What and Why
Dissemination and exploitation of results What and Why
Dissemination and exploitation of results  Where in the new Programme
Dissemination and exploitation of results Where in the new Programme
Dissemination and exploitation of results  Where in the new Programme
Dissemination and exploitation of results Where in the new Programme
KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results - Priorities for funding
KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results - Priorities for funding
KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results
KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results
EAC support for Visibility and Access to Results
EAC support for Visibility and Access to Results
Jean MONNET
Jean MONNET
Who was Jean Monnet
Who was Jean Monnet
Jean Monnet Action Specific Objectives
Jean Monnet Action Specific Objectives
Jean Monnet Action Operational Objectives
Jean Monnet Action Operational Objectives
Jean Monnet Action
Jean Monnet Action
Jean Monnet Action
Jean Monnet Action
Main components of Jean Monnet
Main components of Jean Monnet
Results achieved by the year 2006
Results achieved by the year 2006
Structure of the programme
Structure of the programme
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1 Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013

Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013

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2 Why is the EU active in education & vocational training

Why is the EU active in education & vocational training

EU Treaty

Article 149 To contribute to the development of quality education by encouraging cooperation between Member States and, if necessary, by supporting and supplementing their action.

Article 150 To implement a vocational training policy which supports and supplements the action of the Member States.

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3 Member States are in charge of their education and training systems

Member States are in charge of their education and training systems

the European Commission has a supporting, fostering role

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4 Over-arching EU policy goal: The Lisbon Strategy

Over-arching EU policy goal: The Lisbon Strategy

The Union must become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world. Lisbon, March 2000

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5 The EU is working towards Lisbon

The EU is working towards Lisbon

Policy work with Member states

Programmes - subsidies

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6 The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)

The Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP)

the European Union flagship programme in education & vocational training

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7 The Lifelong Learning Programme fosters

The Lifelong Learning Programme fosters

co-operation among institutions in countries participating in it mobility

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8 Lifelong Learning Programme

Lifelong Learning Programme

Duration: January 2007 December 2013 Budget: 7 billion Participating countries in 2007: 27 EU-Member States Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein Turkey

The programme is also open for future participation to: (Swiss Confederation) (Countries of the Western Balkans)

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9 Lifelong Learning Programme Specific Objectives

Lifelong Learning Programme Specific Objectives

Contribute to the development of quality lifelong learning and promote high performance, innovation and a European dimension in systems and practices in the field Support the realisation of a European area for lifelong learning Help improve the quality, attractiveness and accessibility of the opportunities for lifelong learning available within Member States Reinforce the contribution of lifelong learning to social cohesion, active citizenship, intercultural dialogue, gender equality and personal fulfilment Help promote creativity, competitiveness, employability and the growth of an entrepreneurial spirit Contribute to increased participation in lifelong learning by people of all ages, including those with special needs and disadvantaged groups, regardless of their socio-economic background Promote language learning and linguistic diversity Support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning Reinforce the role of lifelong learning in creating a sense of European citizenship based on understanding and respect for human rights and democracy, and encouraging tolerance and respect for other peoples and cultures Promote cooperation in quality assurance in all sectors of education and training in Europe Encourage the best use of results, innovative products and processes and to exchange good practice in the fields covered by the Lifelong Learning Programme, in order to improve the quality of education and training

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10 LLP: Structure

LLP: Structure

Transversal Programme 4 key activities Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination and exploitation of results (valorisation)

Transversal Programme 4 key activities Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination and exploitation of results (valorisation)

Transversal Programme 4 key activities Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination and exploitation of results (valorisation)

Transversal Programme 4 key activities Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination and exploitation of results (valorisation)

Comenius School education

Erasmus Higher education & advanced training

Leonardo da Vinci Vocational education and training

Grundtvig Adult education

Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European associations

Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European associations

Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European associations

Jean Monnet Programme 3 key activities Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European associations

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11 Budget Breakdown of LLP

Budget Breakdown of LLP

Comenius

? 13%

Erasmus

? 40%

Leonardo de Vinci

? 25%

Grundtvig

? 4%

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12 Budget Breakdown of LLP

Budget Breakdown of LLP

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13 Simpler money

Simpler money

Increased use of lump-sum funding for mobility, Intensive Programmes, etc Single contract for decentralised actions with scope for transfer between headings

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14 Less money (than requested)

Less money (than requested)

Commission original proposal 13.6 billion Final figure 7 billion

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15 COMENIUS

COMENIUS

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16 Who was Comenius

Who was Comenius

Jan Amos Comenius 1592 - 1670 Czech bishop Father of Modern Education

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17 Comenius  Specific Objectives

Comenius Specific Objectives

To develop knowledge and understanding among young people and educational staff of the diversity of European cultures and languages and its values To help young people to acquire the basic life-skills and competences necessary for their personal development, for future employment and for active European citizenship

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18 Comenius  Operational Objectives

Comenius Operational Objectives

Improve the quality and to increase the volume of mobility involving pupils and educational staff in different Member States; Improve the quality and to increase the volume of partnerships between schools in different Member States, so as to involve at least 3 million pupils in joint educational activities during the period of the programme; Encourage the learning of modern foreign languages; Support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning; Enhance the quality and European dimension of teacher training; Support improvements in pedagogical approaches and school management.

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19 Comenius  Possible Participants

Comenius Possible Participants

Basically, anyone involved in school education

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20 Comenius Actions

Comenius Actions

Multilateral Cooperation Projects Comenius School Partnerships and Comenius Regio Mobility of individuals: Individual Pupil Mobility, In-Service Training, Comenius Assistantships Comenius Networks Accompanying measures

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21 Multilateral Cooperation Projects

Multilateral Cooperation Projects

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22 Multilateral Cooperation Projects

Multilateral Cooperation Projects

Development and transfer of innovation in educational best practices guidance for learners & teachers new teacher training courses

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23 Criteria

Criteria

Participants Minimum 3 partners from 3 different countries. Typically teacher training institutes, universities, associations, NGOs, etc. Duration Max. 2 years Budget up to 300.000 Euro Selection By the European Commission

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24 School Partnerships

School Partnerships

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25 School Partnerships

School Partnerships

Multilateral* partnerships between schools. Activities may be pupil-oriented and / or school-oriented (*bilateral partnerships possible with a focus on language learning, including class exchange)

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26 Criteria

Criteria

Class exchanges can be included Staff and Pupil Mobility Budgetary support for mobility and local project costs Duration 2 years Selection by National Agencies

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27 Comenius Regio

Comenius Regio

New action Objective: to foster inter-regional cooperation between organisations responsible for any aspect of school education Not starting before 2008

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28 Individual Pupil Mobility

Individual Pupil Mobility

New action Duration: up to one school year Secondary level pupils Not starting before 2008 Only between schools involved in Comenius School Partnerships

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29 In-service Training

In-service Training

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30 In-Service Training

In-Service Training

Participation in European training activities for teachers and other school education staff Training has to take place abroad, not in home country

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31 Criteria

Criteria

Course themes: teaching techniques, methodologies, school management issues, etc. Also placements or job-shadowing Grant contributes to travel and subsistence costs and course fees Duration Several days to 6 weeks; typically 1-2 weeks Selection By National Agencies

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32 Comenius Assistantships

Comenius Assistantships

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33 Criteria

Criteria

Student teachers gain first teaching experiences in another European country Grant contributes to travel and subsistence, linguistic preparation Duration 3 months to max. 1 school year Selection By National Agencies

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34 Comenius Networks

Comenius Networks

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35 What are the Comenius Networks for

What are the Comenius Networks for

Improve education in a discipline or subject area Facilitate cooperation between projects working on similar themes Disseminating best practice Content support and needs analysis

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36 Criteria

Criteria

Participants Min. 6 partners from 6 different countries, all actors in the field of school education Grant up to 450.000 Duration up to 3 years Selection By the European Commission

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37 Comenius Accompanying measures

Comenius Accompanying measures

Activities not eligible under the main Actions, Communication and dissemination activities

Partnership

min. 3 partners from 3 countries

Duration

max. 1 year

Grant

up to 150.000

Selection

by the European Commission

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38 ERASMUS

ERASMUS

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39 Lifelong Learning Programme 2007 - 2013
40 Desiderius Erasmus 1466  1536 Father of the Revival of Learning

Desiderius Erasmus 1466 1536 Father of the Revival of Learning

Who was Erasmus?

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41 Erasmus - Specific objectives

Erasmus - Specific objectives

Support the realisation of a European Higher Education Area Reinforce the contribution of higher education and advanced vocational education to the process of innovation

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42 Erasmus - operational objectives

Erasmus - operational objectives

towards 3 mio students by 2012

Improve the quality and increase the volume of: Student and teacher mobility (3M by 2012!) Multilateral cooperation of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) HEIs / enterprises cooperation Increase the degree of transparency and compatibility between higher education and advanced vocational education Facilitate the development of innovative practices in education and training at tertiary level and their transfer, even between participating countries Support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

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43 Erasmus  University Charter

Erasmus University Charter

HEIs eligible to participate in the LLL programme according to the national authorities can apply currently ~ 2500 EUC holders

The entry ticket and quality commitment for all Erasmus activities

Fundamental requirements

Erasmus Policy Statement

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44 Erasmus Decentralised actions (managed by the National Agencies)

Erasmus Decentralised actions (managed by the National Agencies)

Student mobility - Studies - Placements

Staff mobility - Teaching assignments - Staff training

Intensive programmes (IP)

Intensive programmes (IP)

Mobility support Organisation of mobility (OM) Erasmus Intensive languages courses (EILC)

Mobility support Organisation of mobility (OM) Erasmus Intensive languages courses (EILC)

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45 Erasmus Centralised actions (managed by the Executive Agency)

Erasmus Centralised actions (managed by the Executive Agency)

Multilateral projects - Development of Study Programmes - Co-operation between universities and enterprises - Modernisation Agenda for Universities (Bologna) - Virtual Campuses

Thematic Networks

Accompanying Measures

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46 Student Mobility

Student Mobility

47 Student mobility  STUDIES

Student mobility STUDIES

The traditional student mobility

Duration 312 months Enrolled at least in second year Inter-institutional agreements Full recognition Learning agreement Transcript of records No tuition fees

principles to apply

48 Student mobility  PLACEMENTS

Student mobility PLACEMENTS

Enterprises, training and research centres, other organisations

Duration 312 months Enrolled at least in second year Contract between student, home HEI and host organisation Full recognition Application either: - directly by HEI to NA - via certified consortia to NA

principles to apply

49 Staff Mobility

Staff Mobility

50 Staff mobility  TEACHING

Staff mobility TEACHING

the traditional mobility / exchanges, co-teaching

Minimum of 5 hours Maximum 6 weeks Inter-institutional agreements Pre-agreed programme of lectures

principles to apply

51 Staff mobility  TRAINING

Staff mobility TRAINING

for teaching and other staff in HEIs and enterprises

principles to apply

Duration 1-6 weeks Mobility to/from enterprises For seminars, workshops, courses, practical training, short secondments, etc. Mobility of administrative staff to another university For learning and transfer of good practice via short secondments, job shadowing, study visits, etc.

52 Decentralised Actions  OM  organisation of mobility

Decentralised Actions OM organisation of mobility

Grants to institutions to cover costs for: language preparation, academic recognition arrangements, tutoring, information and publicity, student services per capita grant based on performance: based on the number of outgoing students and teachers

Budget approx. 28 million in 2007

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53 Decentralised Actions  IP  Intensive Programmes

Decentralised Actions IP Intensive Programmes

Grants to institutions Project based application and selection courses taught by teachers and attended by students from at least 3 different countries special topics which might otherwise not been taught at all recognition

budget approx. 7.5 million in 2007

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54 Decentralised Actions  EILC - Intensive Language Courses

Decentralised Actions EILC - Intensive Language Courses

Grants to institutions and to students On the less widely used and taught languages For Erasmus students in the host country Normal duration one month, before the start of the academic year or semester Grants to institutions and to students

budget approx. 1.5 million in 2007

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55 Centralised actions  Multilateral Projects

Centralised actions Multilateral Projects

Curriculum Development HEIs / enterprise cooperation Modernisation projects Virtual campuses

budget approx. 10 million in 2007

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56 Centralised Actions  Curriculum Development

Centralised Actions Curriculum Development

Grants to institutions Joint development of European modules Joint development of study programmes Project on development of the curriculum until the implementation and dissemination Minimum of 5 HEIs from 5 countries

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57 Centralised Actions  HEIs / Enterprise Co-operation

Centralised Actions HEIs / Enterprise Co-operation

Curricular innovation aimed at enhancing employability and competences of graduates Intensification of exchange of practice Recognition Quality assurance arrangements 3 partners from 3 different countries

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58 Centralised Actions  Modernisation Projects

Centralised Actions Modernisation Projects

Grants to institutions Updating of curricula Open learning centres Diversifying funding Governance Enhancing quality Accountability Attractiveness

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59 Centralised Actions  Virtual Campuses

Centralised Actions Virtual Campuses

New under Erasmus, from previous e-Learning Programme Aim to support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for LLL supported by sustainable organisational, educational and economical models Recognition 3 partners from 3 different countries

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60 Centralised Actions  Thematic Networks

Centralised Actions Thematic Networks

Large-scale consortia (avg. 60 partners), all countries represented (min. 31 partners) HEIs, public bodies, enterprises, professional associations etc. Focus on an academic discipline, to develop new learning concepts and competences

budget 7 million in 2007

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61 Various activities that contribute to achieving the programmes

Various activities that contribute to achieving the programmes

objectives Activities that are not supported under the main actions

Accompanying Measures

Budget 1.3 million in 2007

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62 Erasmus THE IMPACT

Erasmus THE IMPACT

Developments of ECTS/DS

3.800 EILC students per year

1.5 million Erasmus Students since 1987

155.000 Erasmus students per year

20 Thematic Networks per year

23.000 Erasmus teachers per year

40 Curriculum development programmes per year

170 Intensive programmes per year

63 Erasmus more information on:

Erasmus more information on:

http://ec.europa.eu/education/programmes/ socrates/erasmus/erasmus_en.html http://europa.eu.int/comm/education/programmes/newprog/index_en.html

European Commission sur EUROPA

EAC EA Agence Executive http://eacea.cec.eu.int/static/index.htm

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LEONARDO DA VINCI

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65 Who was Leonardo da Vinci

Who was Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519 Italian scientist, inventor & artist Renaissance Man

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66 Leonardo da Vinci Specific Objectives

Leonardo da Vinci Specific Objectives

Is a Community programme to promote cooperation in vocational education and training. Aims at: Supporting participants in training activities in the acquisition and use of knowledge, skills and qualifications to facilitate personal development, employability and labour market participation Supporting improvements in quality and innovation in VET systems, institutions and practices Enhancing the attrictiveness of VET and mobility for employers and individuals and facilitating the mobility of working trainees

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67 Leonardo da Vinci Operational Objectives

Leonardo da Vinci Operational Objectives

Improve quality and increase volume of mobility throughout Europe of people involved in initial vocational education and training and in continuing training so as to increase placements in enterprises to at least 80 000 per year Improve quality and increase volume of cooperation between institutions or organisations providing learning opportunities, enterprises, social partners and other relevant bodies throughout Europe Facilitate innovative practices development in vocational education and training, other than at tertiary level, and their transfer even between participating countries Improve transparency and recognition of qualifications and competences, including those acquired through non-formal and informal learning Encourage the learning of modern foreign languages Support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

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68 Actions

Actions

Centralised Management

Decentralised Management

Mobility

National Agencies in each country

Partnerships

National Agencies in each country

Multilateral projects on development of innovation

Executive Agency

Multilateral projects on transfer of innovation

National Agencies in each country

Thematic networks

Executive Agency

Accompanying measures

Executive Agency

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69 Mobility of individuals  quality criteria

Mobility of individuals quality criteria

Linguistic and cultural preparation; Objectives, content and duration of the placement; Pedagogical organisation, tutoring and mentoring; Validation of the competencies acquired in the training placement; Degree of integration of the traineeship abroad into training contents and pathways.

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70 Mobility Actions and Target Groups

Mobility Actions and Target Groups

Target Group

Activity

Duration

Funding

IVT Mobility of persons in initial vocational training

Training Placements at the work place or within a training organisation

2 39 weeks

Beneficiary: lump sum for subsistence and travel based on scales of unit costs per destination country Project organisation incl. Preparation, administration, monitoring: lump sum based on scales of unit costs

Beneficiary: lump sum for subsistence and travel based on scales of unit costs per destination country Project organisation incl. Preparation, administration, monitoring: lump sum based on scales of unit costs

PLM Mobility of People on the Labour Market

Training Placements at the work place or within a training organisation

2 - 26 weeks

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71 Mobility Actions and Target Groups

Mobility Actions and Target Groups

Target Group

Activity

Duration

Funding

VETPRO Mobility of Professionals in Vocational Education and Training

Trainers, Teachers, human resource managers, guidance specialists,... to exchange experiences on vocational training in different countries

1 - 6 weeks

Beneficiary: lump sum for subsistence and travel based on real costs Project organisation incl. Preparation, administration, monitoring: lump sum based on scales of unit costs

Preparatory Visits

Preparation of future projects (for all project types in LdV)

Max 1 week

Lump sum

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72 Mobility of individuals

Mobility of individuals

Individuals cannot directly apply for a grant at National Agencies They have to apply through: Organisations involved in professional education and training such as vocational training schools and training organisations; enterprises; craft chambers of commerce; bodies responsible for systems and policies

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73 Partnerships

Partnerships

Focusing on themes of mutual interest to the participating organisations Only from call 2008

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74 Priorities for all multilateral projects and networks

Priorities for all multilateral projects and networks

Promoting transparency of qualifications (EQF) Developing the quality of VET systems and practices Developing relevant and innovative e-learning content Continuous training of teachers and trainers Credit transfer in VET Validation of non-formal and informal learning

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75 Multilateral projects

Multilateral projects

Development of innovation

Transfer of innovation

CONTENT

Develop a brand new solution to help several countries to cope with a common challenge in the area of VET which is not yet addressed

One (or more) solution(s) in the area of Lifelong Learning that is (are) already implemented in one or more countries and needs to be adapted for implementation in some other countries

AIM

Modernisation of educational and training systems of the countries participating

It is for benefit of the partners and the country(ies) involved

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76 Thematic Networks

Thematic Networks

Multilateral projects on development of innovation

Multilateral projects on transfer of innovation

Max. duration

3 years

2 years

2 years

Minimal partnerships

3 partners / 3 countries

3 partners / 3 countries

3 partners / 3 countries

Level of funding (max per year)

150 000

250 000

150 000

Selection procedure

Commission

Commission

National Agency

Management of projects

Commission, by the Executive Agency

Commission, by the Executive Agency

National Agency

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77 Accompanying measures

Accompanying measures

For communication and valorisation activities. Proposals to be presented to the Executive Agency.

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78 Grundtvig

Grundtvig

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79 Who was Grundtvig

Who was Grundtvig

Nikolai Frederik Severin Grundtvig 1783-1872 Danish clergyman and writer Father of popular and adult education

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80 Grundtvig  Specific Objectives

Grundtvig Specific Objectives

To respond to the educational challenge of an ageing population in Europe To help provide adults with pathways to improving their knowledge and competences

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81 Grundtvig  Operational Objectives

Grundtvig Operational Objectives

Improve quality and accessibility of mobility throughout Europe for individuals involved in adult education and increase its volume (? 7 000 mobility individuals per year by 2013) Improve quality and increase volume of cooperation between organisations involved in adult education throughout Europe Assist people from vulnerable social groups and in marginal social contexts, in particular older people and those who have left education without basic qualifications, in finding alternative opportunities to access adult education Facilitate development of innovative practices in adult education and their transfer, including amongst participating countries Support development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning Improve pedagogical approaches and management of adult education organisations

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82 Grundtvig  such variety

Grundtvig such variety

Basic skills Active citizenship Foreign languages Environment & sustainable development Arts & culture Health and consumer issues Parental education Prison education .

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83 What are the Grundtvig Actions

What are the Grundtvig Actions

Multilateral Cooperation Projects Learning Partnerships Mobility of individuals: In-Service Training Networks Accompanying Measures

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84 Multilateral Cooperation Projects

Multilateral Cooperation Projects

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85 Emphasis on development and transfer of innovation through improving:

Emphasis on development and transfer of innovation through improving:

the content and delivery of adult education adult education at a system/policy level the accessibility of learning opportunities for adults the management of adult learning

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86 Criteria

Criteria

Participants Minimum 3 partners from 3 countries Adult education institutions Universities Associations NGOs, etc. Budget Up to 300,000 Duration 2 years max. Selection By the European Commission

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87 Learning Partnerships

Learning Partnerships

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88 Learning Partnerships

Learning Partnerships

Small scale co-operation activities on themes of mutual interest process-oriented Involvement of learners

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89 Criteria

Criteria

Partnership Minimum 3 partners from 3 countries Later: individual learner mobility Budgetary support for mobility (staff & learners) and local project costs Duration 2 years Selection by National Agencies

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90 In-service Training for Adult Education Staff

In-service Training for Adult Education Staff

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91 In-Service Training

In-Service Training

Improve teaching, coaching, counselling or management skills through: Attending a structured course (database) Undertaking a job-placement or job-shadowing; or Attending a conference or seminar in another country

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92 Criteria

Criteria

Course themes: priority to courses developed through projects Also placements or job-shadowing Grant contributes to travel and subsistence costs, course fees and language preparation Duration Several days to 6 weeks; typically 1-2 weeks Selection by the National Agencies

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93 Grundtvig Networks

Grundtvig Networks

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94 What are the Networks for

What are the Networks for

Developing adult education in a discipline, subject or management area Identifying, improving and disseminating best practice/innovation Content support to projects & partnerships Needs analysis and quality assurance

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95 Criteria

Criteria

Participants Minimum 10 partners from 10 countries Any organisation in the field of adult education Grant up to 450,000 Duration Up to 3 years Selection by the European Commission

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96 Grundtvig Accompanying measures

Grundtvig Accompanying measures

Activities not eligible under the main Actions, Communication and dissemination activities

Partnership

min. 3 partners from 3 different countries

Duration

max. 1 year

Grant

up to 150.000

Selection

by the European Commission

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97 Transversal Programme

Transversal Programme

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98 Transversal Programme Specific Objectives

Transversal Programme Specific Objectives

To promote European cooperation in fields covering two or more sectoral sub-programmes To promote the quality and transparency of Member States education and training systems.

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99 Transversal Programme Operational Objectives

Transversal Programme Operational Objectives

Support policy development and cooperation at European level in lifelong learning, notably in the context of the Lisbon process and Education and Training 2010 Work Programme, as well as the Bologna and Copenhagen processes and their successors Ensure adequate supply of comparable data, statistics and analyses to underpin lifelong learning policy development, as well as to monitor progress towards objectives and targets in lifelong learning, and to identify areas for particular attention Promote language learning and linguistic diversity in Member States; Support the development of innovative ICT-based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning Ensure that the results of the Lifelong Learning Programme are appropriately recognised, demonstrated and implemented on a wide scale

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100 4 Key Activities: Policy cooperation and innovation Language learning

4 Key Activities: Policy cooperation and innovation Language learning

ICT Dissemination and exploitation of results

Transversal Programme

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101 Key Activity 1 Policy cooperation and innovation

Key Activity 1 Policy cooperation and innovation

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102 Objectives

Objectives

To support policy development and cooperation at European level in lifelong learning (particularly in the context of the Lisbon process, Education and Training 2010 work programme) To ensure an adequate supply of comparable data, statistics and analyses

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103 Actions

Actions

Public actions: Studies and comparative research Restricted actions: Targeted and experimental actions (eg EQF projects) Support to Member States and European bodies to take part in surveys etc Eurydice Support for mobility: NARICs, Ploteus, Europass, Euroguidance

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104 Studies and comparative research

Studies and comparative research

Who can participate? Research organisations and institutions of all sorts Networks of researchers Minimum 3 institutions from 3 countries What support is available? Up to EUR 250,000 per year Max duration 2 years Budget 2007: EUR 3.2 million

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105 Studies and comparative research

Studies and comparative research

Topics for 2007: Promoting excellence, efficiency and equity in higher education: student access and retention Development of adult learning: identification, assessment and promotion of quality in organisation, management and funding of adult learning Weaknesses in compulsory education concerning acquisition of key competences Promoting attractiveness of vocational education and training: governance of systems, and improving links with higher education and working life

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106 Key Activity 2 Languages

Key Activity 2 Languages

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107 Key activity languages

Key activity languages

The challenge for Europe is that of going toward multilingualism; we must place our hope in a polyglot Europe Umberto Eco

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108 Languages in LLP

Languages in LLP

Objectives To promote language learning and linguistic diversity To complement the specific LLP programmes by addressing language teaching and learning needs at every life/stage Activities Multilateral Projects Networks Accompanying measures

Budget approx. 15,4 million in 2007

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109 Multilateral projects

Multilateral projects

Priority areas Material for teaching less widely spoken and taught languages to primary and pre-primary learners Building up competence in languages reinforcing European global competitiveness (e.g. Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, Russian, Japanese, Korean) Methods to motivate language learners Promotion of multilingual comprehension between languages Projects addressing lesser used languages

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110 Networks

Networks

Priorities Links between organisations that promote language learning and linguistic diversity at national or regional level Links between universities which create Chairs in Multilingualism and/or Interculturalism Exchange of good practices that serve to motivate language learners Links between national language teacher associations Networks for the promotion and valorisation of multilingual comprehension competences Networks for the promotion and valorisation of early language learning

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111 Whats new

Whats new

All languages will be eligible for submission, even if priority will be given to European languages (before only official languages from participating countries were eligible) More possibilities for projects (mixed projects) Networks are a new activity

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112 Accompanying Measures

Accompanying Measures

Information and publicity campaigns (Calls for Tender) Linguistic Competence Indicator Conferences, studies European Language Label (decentralised action)

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113 Key Activity 3 ICT

Key Activity 3 ICT

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114 Objective

Objective

To support the development of innovative ICT based content, services, pedagogies and practice for lifelong learning

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115 ICT Multilateral Projects

ICT Multilateral Projects

Aims To promote a new vision for ICT enabled learning embedded into long-term educational objectives To foster the uptake of ICT in education and training systems To consolidate the evidence base on the added-value and impact of ICT for learning To complement ICT activities and projects under the sectoral sub-programmes Comenius, Erasmus, Grundtvig and Leonardo da Vinci, by addressing ICT needs across two or more of those sectors

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116 ICT Multilateral Projects

ICT Multilateral Projects

Activities Understanding innovation improved understanding and evidence base of the benefits and impact of ICT Designing, developing and testing new methods and educational resources contribution to the development of innovative learning environments and services Providing access and supporting dissemination information services and systems on educational methods and resources involving the use of ICT

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117 ICT Multilateral Projects

ICT Multilateral Projects

Who can benefit Resource centres All types of educational institutions and providers, in any sector of education Teachers and learners associations Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT

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118 ICT Multilateral Projects

ICT Multilateral Projects

Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of 250.000 Euro per year

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119 ICT Networks

ICT Networks

Aim Support the building of partnerships and the networking of learning communities in the field of ICT in education

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120 ICT Networks

ICT Networks

Networks should Support knowledge sharing Increase the visibility and awareness of the benefits and impacts of ICT enabled learning Contribute to the uptake and efficient use of ICT enabled learning Activities Organisation of conferences, workshops, fora, summer universities, etc. designed to help attain the objectives of the network and disseminate results

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121 ICT Networks

ICT Networks

Who can benefit Resource centres or other organisations with expertise in the field of ICT in education and/or open and distance learning All types of educational institutions and providers Research teams working in the field of ICT in education Academic/educational associations or consortia Organisations/institutions involved in educational innovation Public and private publishers/producers/broadcasters and other actors in the field of ICT

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122 ICT Networks

ICT Networks

Duration Max of 2 years Minimal partnership 3 partners from 3 participating countries, one being at least from an EU Member State Selection Commission Co-financing % by EU 75% of the total eligible budget Level of funding Maximum of 150.000 Euro per year

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123 Key Activity 4 Dissemination and exploitation of results

Key Activity 4 Dissemination and exploitation of results

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124 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results in Lifelong Learning

Dissemination and Exploitation of Results in Lifelong Learning

Programme 2007-2013

Art 1.3 (k) Specific objective to encourage the best use of results, innovative products and processes and to exchange good practice in the fields covered by the Lifelong Learning Programme, in order to improve the quality of education and training Art 3.2 The Transversal Programmes shall comprise the following four key activities: . (d) dissemination and exploitation of results of actions supported under the programme and previous related programmes, and exchange of good practice

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125 Dissemination and exploitation of results  What and Why

Dissemination and exploitation of results What and Why

Exploitation provides the link back into policy Dissemination & exploitation play an important role in reinforcing capacity to deliver on Lisbon and citizenship agendas

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126 Dissemination and exploitation of results  Where in the new Programme

Dissemination and exploitation of results Where in the new Programme

In all sectoral programmes and KAs Languages and ICT compulsory dissemination and exploitation plans for all projects (ex ante) Dissemination and exploitation activities under Accompanying Measures (sectoral programmes and KA Languages) National Agencies role in promoting dissemination and exploitation of results eg: thematic monitoring, visibility and accessibility of national project results, national mainstreaming activities

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127 Dissemination and exploitation of results  Where in the new Programme

Dissemination and exploitation of results Where in the new Programme

KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results aim is to create framework for exploitation of results at all levels proposes national projects, multilateral projects and studies funding currently available only for multilateral projects

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128 KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results - Priorities for funding

KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results - Priorities for funding

Development of framework to facilitate exploitation of results (analysis, mechanisms, methodologies and practical tools); Cross-programme actions promoting the exploitation of results at European level (by sector, theme, user group); Promotion of exploitation activities by existing European networks and associations

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129 KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results

KA4 Dissemination and Exploitation of Results

2,864M in 2007 Deadline for proposals to EACEA end April 2007 Max 150.000 per year Max 75% co-financing Max 2 years Min 3 partners from different countries Applications also accepted from single European networks/associations

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130 EAC support for Visibility and Access to Results

EAC support for Visibility and Access to Results

2008: a multilingual European electronic platform will be on-line with up to date information on project results guidelines on how to exploit results of European programmes Promoters will provide and keep the data on their project outcomes up to date in the platform

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131 Jean MONNET

Jean MONNET

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132 Who was Jean Monnet

Who was Jean Monnet

Jean Omer Marie Gabriel Monnet 1888-1979 First Chairman of the High Authority (1951) Architect of the European Unity

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133 Jean Monnet Action Specific Objectives

Jean Monnet Action Specific Objectives

To stimulate teaching, research and reflection activities in the field of European integration studies To support the existence of an appropriate range of institutions and associations focusing on issues relating to European integration and on education and training in a European perspective

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134 Jean Monnet Action Operational Objectives

Jean Monnet Action Operational Objectives

Stimulate excellence in teaching, research and reflection in European integration studies in higher education institutions within and outside the Community Enhance knowledge and awareness among specialist academics and among European citizens generally of issues relating to European integration Support key European institutions dealing with issues relating to European integration Support the existence of high-quality European institutions and associations active in the fields of education and training

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135 Jean Monnet Action

Jean Monnet Action

started in 1990 supports European integration studies at university level world-wide scope

1990 / 2006

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136 Jean Monnet Action

Jean Monnet Action

Involves 60 countries on five continents Jean Monnet professors contribute greatly: They improve European Unions visibility; and Improve understanding of the European integration process as a model for peaceful cooperation

1990 / 2006

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137 Main components of Jean Monnet

Main components of Jean Monnet

Jean Monnet Action

stimulating excellence in teaching, research and reflection on European integration at university level organising high level reflection on current issues in European integration such as conferences and working groups among professors, policy makers, civil society representatives supporting high level institutions in the field of EU studies

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138 Results achieved by the year 2006

Results achieved by the year 2006

Jean Monnet Action

An enhanced world-wide awareness of the European integration process, content and history connecting Europe to citizens improving Europes visibility in the world A large pool of expertise on Europe and European integration via the creation of: 1861 courses and modules 720 Jean Monnet chairs 112 Centres of excellence strong link and cross fertilisation between policy makers and academics

60 countries

250.000 students

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139 Structure of the programme

Structure of the programme

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1

measures and budget

~ 4.300.000 euro

Jean Monnet chairs Centres of excellence Modules

Association of professors and researchers

Transnational research groups

Information and research activities

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2

3

measures and budget

The 6 specified institutions

Other institutions and associations

~ 17.000.000

~ 850.000

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1

call for proposals 2007

Jean Monnet Action

deadline 15 March

results 30 July

application are sent to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency

eligibility check

evaluation by external experts selection panel meeting

Commission decision

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3

Separate call for proposals 2007

operating grants to support associations in education and training

deadline May 07

results Sept

Applications are sent to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency

eligibility check

evaluation by external experts selection panel meeting

Commission decision

144 Any Questions

Any Questions

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