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ERASMUS+ CBHE

  1. 1. Erasmus+ Capacity Building for Higher Education
  2. 2. Capacity building projects (CBHE) Transnational cooperation projects based on multilateral partnerships primarily between higher education institutions (HEIs) from Programme and eligible Partner Countries
  3. 3. Programme Countries Partner Countries EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom Other programme countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey. ELIGIBLE PARTNER COUNTRIES >150 Target Beneficiaries ACP Call 2016 Asia Central Asia Latin America Iran, Iraq, Yemen South Africa
  4. 4. Foster regional integration+ cooperation between different regions of the world Improve the competences and skills in HEIs via innovative education programmes Improve the modernisation and quality of HE and relevance for the labour market and society Increased capacities of national authorities to modernise their higher education systems Enhance the management, governance and innovation capacities, as well as the internationalisation of HEIs Objectives
  5. 5. Erasmus+ 5 Approaches Institutional-Systemic approach Involvement of national authorities Strong emphasis on dissemination sustainability and exploitation of results Structural Impact Bottom-up programme Involvement of national authorities
  6. 6. 1. Joint Projects: curriculum development university governance & management Links between HE institutions and the wider economic and social environment => impact on institutions Types of projects e.g. develop, test, adapt tools and methods e.g. staff training (academic/non-academic) e.g. internationalisation; promoting Knowledge Triangle
  7. 7. Structural Projects: modernisation of policies, governance and management of higher education systems Links between HE systems and wider economic and social environment => impact on systems Types of projects e.g. internationalisation, Bologna Process, ECTS, 3 cycles, degree recognition Policy making/monitoring (e.g. establishing representative bodies, organisations, associations)
  8. 8. Who can Participate? - Eligible Applicants 1. State-recognised public or private Higher Education Institutions 2. Associations/ Organizations of Higher Education Institutions 3. Only for Structural Projects: recognised national or international rector, teacher or student organisations *Each applicant organisation must be located in a Programme or in a Partner country
  9. 9. • Contribute indirectly • “Associated partners” are not considered as part of the consortium and therefore cannot benefit from any financial support from the project • Ex: non-academic partners providing placement opportunities Who can participate? - Associated Partners
  10. 10. Consortia Structure Min.1 HEI from each Programme Country At least as many Partner Country HEIs as Programme Country HEIs National Projects 1 Partner Country only + min. 3 Programme Countries Min.3 HEI from the Partner Country Multi-Country Projects (≥ 2 Partner Countries + min. 3 Programme Countries) Min.1 HEI from each Programme Country Min.2 HEI from each Partner Country At least as many Partner Country HEIs as Programme Country HEIs STRUCTURAL PROJECTS: Partner Country Ministries for HE must participate
  11. 11. (6 HE institutions) Min. 1 Partner Country: at least as many HEIs as in the Programme Countries University of Cap Town University of Kwazulu- Natal University of Stellenbosch Min. 3 Programme Countries min. 1 HEI each Bonn University Rome University UK London University Ex : minimum consortia: national project
  12. 12. Min. 2 Partner Countries Min. 2 HEIs each Belgrade University Tirana University Durazzo University Novi Sad University Min. 3 Programme Countries: Min. 1 HEI each London University Paris University Tu rk ey Ankara University Ex: multi-country project within one region
  13. 13. 2 partner countries 3 programme countries Ukra ine S p ai n It al y Kazakh University Abai University Madrid University Linz Uni. Wien Uni. Salzburg Uni. Turin Uni. Roma Uni. Genoa Uni. Cherkasy Uni. Kiew Uni. Nizhyn Uni. Bukovina Uni. Lviv Uni. Exemple 3: consortia composition (multi-country project different regions)
  14. 14. Duration 24 or 36 Months Min. € 500,000 - Max. 1,000,000 Real Costs and Unit Costs 5 Budget Headings : Budget and Duration-Overview
  15. 15. Budget Categories Staff costs (max 40%) 4 categories (Manager, Researcher/Teacher/Trainer, Technician, Administrator) Travel costs Students/staff from partners, from place of origin to venue of activity and return Costs of stay Subsistence, accommodation, local/ public transport, personal or optional health insurance Equipment (max 30%) Purchased exclusively for benefit of HEIs in Partner Countries Sub-contracting (max 10%) Exceptional services for competences not found in consortium
  16. 16. DAYS STAFF STUDENTS 1-14 €120 €55 15-60 €70 €40 61–180 €50 N/A Distance Bands Unit Cost 100-499 km €180 500-1999 km €275 2000-2999 km €360 3000-3999 km €530 4000-7999 km €820 8000 km and more €1,100 Unit costs per day Unit costs (return-trip for ) Budget for cost of stay/travel Travel CostsCost of stay
  17. 17. • Mandatory • To be submitted to the Agency within 6 months of the signature of grant contract (signed by the legal rep.) • Joint (one doc signed by all partners) or Bilateral (partner A + coordinating inst.) • Template available to be adapted to specific needs of partnership • Comprehensive : covering all aspects of the project: • The partners role and responsibilities; • Financial Management; • Project Management; • Project Quality Assurance; • Student issues • Decision/Conflict resolution mechanisms Partnership Agreement
  18. 18. Erasmus+ Proposals recommended for funding: 140 (27% from 515 submitted) Proposals with Partner Country coordinator: 28 (20%) Joint Projects: 122 (87%) Structural Projects: 18 (13%) National: 53 (38%) Multi-country: 87 (62%) Average consortium size: 12 partners (min. 6 –max. 34) Average budget: 880.000 € Summary of Results 1st Call
  19. 19. Applications by type of project 515 applications Applicants' countries National- / Multi-country Joint / Structural Projects Categories Erasmus+
  20. 20. Applications by region (including cross-regional projects) 65 169 143 57 36 80 64 2 5 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 Region 1 - Western Balkans Region 2 - Eastern Partnership Countries Region 3 - South Mediterranean Countries Region 4 - Russian Federation Region 6 - Asia Region 7 - Central Asia Region 8 - Latin America Region 9 – Iran, Iraq, Yemen Region 10 - South Africa Erasmus+ 2014/2015
  21. 21. Selection Process EACEA Eligibility check Assessment by Independent experts Ranking on QUALITY based on award criteria Consultation: EU Delegations, PC authorities, NEOs EACEA Evaluation Committee EACEA, DGs, EEAS Final ranking list Grant Award Decision EACEA Project Proposa l
  22. 22. Eligibility check Eligible 452 Ineligible 63  Minimum number of higher education institutions required not respected 44  Missing Ministries for higher education in Structural Project 12  Wrong / missing mandates related to partners; applicants contacted for correction and no reply received 3  Applicant not having the profile required for eligible organisations 2  Incomplete applications 2 TOTAL (Eligible + Ineligible 515 Erasmus+
  23. 23. Recorded Scores 17 22 28 1 8 17 26 34 79 79 21 27 32 2 3 56 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 Under 60 Above 60 119 26% 179 40% 115 25% 39 9% Less 60 60-69 70-79 Above 80
  24. 24. Overview on selection progress on target regions (including cross-regional) Regions Received applications Eligible proposals Above the 60% threshold Proposals sent for consultation Recommend ed for funding Success rate % of the received applications Region 1 - Western Balkans 65 57 38 26 15 23% Region 2 - Eastern Partnership Countries 169 151 116 55 23 14% Region 3 - South Mediterranean Countries 143 123 93 69 40 28% Region 4 - Russian Federation 57 55 34 23 13 23% Region 6 - Asia 36 30 27 27 27 75% Region 7 - Central Asia 80 78 58 39 23 29% Region 8 - Latin America 65 52 36 31 19 30% Region 9 – Iran, Iraq, Yemen 2 2 2 2 2 100% Region 10 - South Africa 5 5 5 5 4 80% Erasmus+
  25. 25. Erasmus+ Proposals recommended for funding: 140 (27% of 515 submitted) Proposals with Partner Country coordinator: 28 (20%) Joint Projects: 122 (87%) Structural Projects: 18 (13%) National: 53 (38%) Multi-country: 87 (62%) Average consortium size: 12 partners (min. 6 –max. 34) Average budget: €880,000 Summary of Results 1st Call
  26. 26. Lessons Learned Erasmus+ • Relatively high percentage of ineligible applications (12%) due to insufficient understanding of minimum requirements for consortia • Limited number of applications in Asia (and South Africa) • National/regional priorities established for Partner Country must be respected and matched with local needs (assessed in award criterion 'relevance') • Need to mobilise new institutions (not 'the usual suspects'), both in Programme and Partner Countries, as grant holders and/or partners • Outreach beyond capital cities to institutions in regions/periphery • Lack of innovative approaches (new content and methodologies)
  27. 27. Asia Successes • Broad topics: • HEI structures and management • Innovation and entrepreneurial skills • Food, water, health • Urban communities and environment, energy and sustainability • Media and society
  28. 28. CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY AHMEDABAD CEPT UNIVERSITY Building Inclusive Urban Communities _________________________________________________________________________ KAMLA RAHEJA VIDYANIDHI INSTITUTE FOR ARCHITECTURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Building Inclusive Urban Communities _________________________________________________________________________ KARPAGAM UNIVERSITY Building Inclusive Urban Communities _________________________________________________________________________ SCHOOL OF PLANNING and ARCHITECTURE,VIJAYAWADA Building Inclusive Urban Communities _________________________________________________________________________ INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GUWAHATI the international Learning Network of networks on Sustainability _________________________________________________________________________ UJWAL TRUST The international Learning Network of networks on Sustainability 2014 -2015 INDIA
  29. 29. Erasmus+ 2nd Call for Proposals – Indicative budget Instrument financier Indicative total amount published in the 1st call € Indicative total amount to be published for the 2nd Call € Indicative number of projects to be funded under the 2nd Call IPA 12,67 13,17 16 ENI South 28,06 29,00 36Special window Jordan 5,00 East 13,66 14,07 17 Russia 6,72 7,00 8 DCI Asia 33,46 35,38 44 Central Asia 8,68 9,20 11 Iran, Iraq, Yemen 1,85 1,95 2 Special window Iran - X* X* Latin America 12,26 13,30 16 South Africa 3,42 3,42 4 EDF ACP Countries - 5,3* 8 TOTAL 125,78 131,79* 162 * To be decided / confirmed
  30. 30. Erasmus+ 2nd call for proposal is now open! Until February 2016 2015/2016 indicative budget Duration 24 or36 Months Total No. projects Asia €M 35.38 44
  31. 31. Asia Regional Priorities  Subjects:  Teacher training and education science  Law  Physical sciences  Engineering and engineering trades  Agriculture, forestry and fisheries  Veterinary  Health  Social sciences  Environmental protection  Security services
  32. 32. Asia Regional Priorities  Quality, modernisation and management:  Q: methodology and pedagogy: tools, learning outcomes, ICT-based practice  M: governance strategic planning, management  M: quality assurance  M: equity, access and democratisation of HE  M: developing R&I capacities (but not researching)  Higher education and society at large:  Developing school and non-tertiary VET, inc. in-service training for teachers and reform of teaching profession  University-enterprise cooperation  Regional and cross-regional cooperation
  33. 33. Steps Date Publication Erasmus+ CBHE Call for Proposals early October 2015 Deadline for submission of applications 10 February 2016, 12:00 CET Verification of eligibility of project proposals February – March 2016 Assessment of projects by experts (remotely) mid-March – mid May 2016 Consultation procedure mid-May – mid-June 2016 Evaluation Committee for selection of projects early July 2016 Sending for signature of Award decision by Agency AO mid-July 2016 Notification of applicants & publication of results end-July 2016 Preparation and signature of grant agreements August-September 2016 Start of eligibility period 15 October 2016 Erasmus+ 2ndCall for Proposals – Indicative roadmap for selection
  34. 34. Erasmus+ Therefore:  a massive opportunity for India-Europe cooperation to develop  pay particular attention to eligibility criteria (especially minimum number of nationally recognised HEIs in consortia)  Partner Country partners from can be involved from the beginning and can lead the project definition 2015-16 "Call"

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