Erasmus+ non-EU teaching programme (ICM)
The key action KA107 of the Erasmus+ programme for International Credit Mobility (ICM) promotes the implementation of teaching and research projects outside the EU, in line with the strategy for the internationalisation of higher education institutions.
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Ca’ Foscari offers its teachers the mobility opportunities of the new Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Program (ICM), entirely funded by the European Union, with the objective of promoting international mobility of students and staff from and to non EU countries.
At the moment there are three different active projects, all based on single country projects:
- the first one has a financial envelope of € 1.646.808,00, covering the 2018-2021 period, and will end mandatorily on 31/07/2021.
- the second one has a financial envelope of € 1.617.540,00, covering the 2019-2022 period, and will end mandatorily on 31/07/2022.
Partner Universities, toward which outgoing Ca' Foscari teachers mobility will be possible, are:
- Project 2018-2021 (mobility during the academic year 2018-2019, 2019-2020 and 2020-2021): University of Tirana (Albania), Yerevan State University (Armenia), Ganja State University (Azerbaijan), Azerbaijan University of Languages (Azerbaijan), Belarusian State University (Belarus), University of Sarajevo (Bosnia-Erzegovina), University of Ottawa (Canada), Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (Canada), Soochow University (China), Hankook University of Foreign Studies (Korea), Bahir Dar University (Etiopia), Astrakhan State University (Russian Federation), Russian State University for the Humanities (Russian Federation), Ural Federal University (Russian Federation), Tbilisi State University (Georgia), Ilia State University (Georgia), Kobe University (Japan), University of Jordan (Jordan), Jawaharlal Nehru University (India), Universitas Indonesia (Indonesia), University of Teheran (Iran), Ben Gurion University of Negev (Israel), Bar-Ilan University (Israel), Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), University of Prishtina (Kosovo), University of Malaya (Malaya), Université Mohammed V de Rabat (Morocco), Université Moulay Ismail de Méknès (Morocco), National University of Mongolia (Mongolia), University of Crne Gore (Montenegro), Quaid-i-Azam University (Pakistan), University of Belgrade (Serbia), Université de Sousse (Tunisia), Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University (Ukraine), University of Oregon (USA), American University - Kogod Business School (USA), Hanoi University (Vietnam).
- Project 2019-2022 (mobility during the academic years 2019-2020, 2020-2021 and 2021-2022): University of Tirana (Albania), Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina), Yerevan State University (Armenia), University of Melbourne (Australia), Southern Cross University (Australia), Ganja State University (Azerbaijan), Azerbaijan University of Languages (Azerbaijan), ADA Univeristy (Azerbaijan), University of Ottawa (Canada), Université de Montréal (Canada), Soochow University (China), Universidad de las Artes (Cuba), Addis Ababa University (Ethiopia), Russian State University for the Humanities (Russian Federation), Higher School of Economics (Russian Federation), Lomonosov Moscow State University (Russian Federation), Tbilisi State University (Georgia), Waseda University (Japan), Kyoto Sangyo University (Japan), University of Jordan (Jordan), Jawaharlal Nehru University (India), University of Kufa (Iraq), Ben Gurion University (Israel), Bar-Ilan University (Israel), Al Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), University of Prishtina (Kosovo), Lebanese State University (Lebanon), Notre Dame University (Lebanon), Université Internationale de Rabat (Morocco), Université de Meknès (Morocco), Université Mohammed V de Rabat (Morocco), Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico en Electroquímica (Mexico), National University of Mongolia (Mongolia), University of Donja Gorica (Montenegro), University of Auckland (New Zealand), Quaid-i-Azam University (Pakistan), An-Najah University (Palestine), Al-Aqsa University (Palestine), Stellenbosch University (South-Africa), Université de Sousse (Tunisia), Université de la Manouba (Tunisia), Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University (Ukraine), Odessa National University (Ukraine), City College of New York (USA), Boston University (USA), Stevens Institute of Technology (USA).
Number of places and eligible study areas will be different for every country project and will be specified within the call.
- Promote excellence in Higher Education;
- Strengthen key skills for entry to the labour market (spirit of initiative, digital and linguistic competencies);
- Exploit the full potential of new technologies;
- Favour social inclusion;
- Raise the level of teaching and professional capacities.
Who can participate
The Erasmus+ ICM programme allows academic staff (employed Ca’ Foscari to spend a teaching and/or training period or observation mobility in one of the partner Universities. The purposes of the mobility are exchanging skills, enriching the school offer, providing students and teachers with different approaches.
Staff mobility for teaching is based on an Interinstitutional Agreement activated between the partner university and Ca’ Foscari University of Venice for the academic year in which the mobility is taken and in accordance with the Mobility Agreement. Staff mobility for training is based exclusively on the Mobility Agreement.
Teaching assignments (concerning mobilities to Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Georgia, Ukraine, USA, Vietnam) can come in various forms and take place as seminars, lectures and tutorials. Actual teaching in this context should require the teacher to be physically present with the students. A minimum number of 8 compulsory hours of teaching per week is required. Although email tutoring or any other forms of distance learning as well as preparation are highly encouraged, they do not count in the minimum number of 8 hours per week.
Training assignments (concerning mobilities with Canada and Japan) support the professional development of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation periods/training at a partner institutions.
Beneficiaries will receive an individual support as a contribution to their costs during their mobility (€ 180,00 per day until the 14th day and € 126,00 per day for the following days).
Furthermore, travels (1 round-trip flight ticket per beneficiary) will be covered by the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility project and provided by Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, according to the fixed amount assigned per destination.
The first Erasmus+ ICM 2020 Call for applications for teachers is now open
The 1st E+ ICM 2020 Call for applications, for mobilities during the 2020-2021, 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 a.y., is available and will be closed on February 26th 2021 at 13:00 (1 p.m.).
Last update: 23/02/2021