Erasmus Mundus - action 2

Erasmus Mundus is a European mobility and international cooperation project in the higher education sector.

In particular Action 2 -  Partnerships supports the establishment of cooperation partnerships between European higher education institutions and higher education institutions from targeted third countries through scholarships for students, scholars, researchers and professionals.

Contacts and reservations

International Office - Welcome Unit
Tel. +39 041 234 7575
 international.cooperation@unive.it


Projects

EMBER - Erasmus Mundus Broadening Educational Opportunities

Ca' Foscari University of Venice is partner in the EMBER - Erasmus Mundus Broadening Educational Opportunities project, financed by the European Commission - EACEA in 2013 in the framework of the Erasmus Mundus - Action 2 - Partnerships programme. The partnership is coordinated by the University of  di Siviglia and by the International Relations Office on behalf of Ca’ Foscari.

As well as awarding research, teaching and training grants to teaching staff and technical and administrative staff, the EMBER project awards grants to students enrolled in bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes who come from third country project partners for mobility periods at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.

Incoming mobility applications will also be accepted from students at universities that are not project partners but are situated within the pertinent geographical area.

Mobility grants for studying abroad are available for periods of 10 months (undergraduate), 10 months (postgraduate) and 16 months (doctorate).

Currently there are no calls for application.

For more information, see the project website or contact the InternationalOffice   international.cooperation@unive.it.

HERMES - Humanities Education Revitalized via Mundus ExperienceS

Ca' Foscari University of Venice is a partner in the HERMES - Humanities Education Revitalized via Mundus ExperienceS project, which was financed by the European Commission (EACEA) in 2013 within the Erasmus Mundus - Action 2 – Partnerships programme. The partnerships are coordinated by the University of Athens and, for Ca' Foscari University, by the International Office.

This project promotes international cooperation between higher education institutions between Europe (Bulgaria, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Sweden) and countries including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine.

As well as grants for research, teaching and training for teaching staff, the HERMES project also awards grants to PhD students from one of the third country project partners for mobility periods at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Students enrolled in universities that are not currently partners of the project but that belong to third partner countries are also accepted and invited to participate.

Currently there are no open calls.

For more information, see the project website or contact the International Office   international.cooperation@unive.it.

SUNBEAM - Structured University mobility for the Adriatic-ionian Macro-region

Ca' Foscari University of Venice is a partner in the SUNBEAM  – Structured UNiversity mobility between the Balkans and Europe for the Adriatic-ionian Macro-region project, which was financed by the European Commission (EACEA) in 2013 within the Erasmus Mundus - Action 2 – Partnerships programme. The project is coordinated by the Università Politecnica delle Marche and, for Ca' Foscari, by the International Office.

The project promotes cooperation in Higher Education between 9 countries in the Adriatic-Ionian area: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.

As well as awarding research, teaching and training grants to teaching staff and technical and administrative staff, the SUNBEAM project also offers grants to students enrolled in enrolled in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree programmes from one of the third country project partners for mobility periods at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.

Mobility grants for studying are available for a period of 6-10 months (Undergraduate), 6-24 months (Master) or 6-36 months (Doctorate).

Incoming mobility applications will also be accepted from students at universities that are not project partners but are situated in the pertinent geographic area

Currently there are no calls for application.

For more information, see the project website or contact the International Office   international.cooperation@unive.it.