ErasmusPlus Programme 2014 to 2021
Summary page about Erasmus+, the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2021. Links to important information about the programme are available here, as well as an overview of funding from NTNU and SIU (The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Higher Education).
Information in Norwegian: ErasmusPluss programmet 2014 til 2021
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- List of Erasmus+ actions
- NTNU’s internal application procedures for Erasmus+ applications
List of Erasmus+ actions #
The Erasmus+ programme has annual calls for proposals; The complete call for proposals for 2019 is available here.
NTNU’s International Action Plan highlights active use of the public policy system in the Erasmus+ programme, good opportunities for international collaborative networking and development of innovative projects.
Strategic partnerships #
Flexible projects for cooperation with partners from other countries in Europe. Partnerships last 2 or 3 years, and may vary in size from simple to large projects focusing on the development and exchange of innovative results.
Deadline for applications: 21 March 2019, at 12:00
SIU webpage: Strategic partnerships
Capacity building #
Projects aimed at raising the quality of higher education in partner countries outside the EU. These projects must focus on capacity building, either at the institutional level or at the system level.
Deadline for applications: 7 February 2019, at 12:00
SIU webpage: Capacity building
Knowledge alliances #
Large projects intended to strengthen cooperation between education and working life. Innovation and entrepreneurship are emphasized together with development of new teaching and learning methods.
Deadline for applications: 28 February 2019, at 12:00
SIU webpage: Knowledge alliances
Global mobility #
Academic environments at NTNU can apply for support for mobility of students/employees from collaborating learning institutions outside the EU. There are also limited funds available for outward mobility from Norway.
Application deadlines and application information: Wiki page about Global Mobility funds
Application procedures: Applications for funding are coordinated and submitted by the Office of International Relations at NTNU
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees #
Establishment of joint degrees. The degree must be offered by a consortium consisting of at least three higher education institutions from three programme countries.
- Internal NTNU deadline: 1 February 2019 - more information about NTNU´s internal application procedures
- Deadline for applications: 14 February 2019, at 12:00
- SIU webpage: Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees
Erasmus Mundus Joint Call EU-Japan:
- Deadline for applications: 1 April 2019
- Webpage: Joint Call EU-Japan
Jean Monnet activities #
Relevant for academic environments at NTNU that provide teaching or research in European integration and that contribute to introducing a European perspective in programmes of study offered at NTNU. You can apply for support for teaching programmes/training and teaching positions in European studies.
Deadline for applications: 22 February 2019, at 12:00
SIU webpage: Jean Monnet activities
NTNU’s internal application procedures for Erasmus+ applications #
- NTNU’s PIC code: 999977851
- NTNU’s Legal Representative: Pro-rector Anne Borg
- Declaration of Honour: must be signed for all NTNU-coordinated projects
- Mandate: must be signed for all projects in which NTNU participates as a partner
Guide to writing applications #
The Office of International Relations must be kept informed about planned project applications. The EU advisers at the Office of International Relations provide guidance for project managers during the application process; our advisers have expertise in principles and priorities in the Erasmus+ programme.
For applications for centralized initiatives (knowledge alliances, Erasmus Mundus Joint Master or capacity building projects), the Office of International Relations can - in addition to providing guidance itself - put the project manager in touch with relevant advisers at SIU who have expertise in providing guidance for such project applications.
Signature by NTNU's Legal Representative #
All Erasmus+ applications must be signed at Rector level. The Office of International Relations is responsible for handing over the applications to NTNU’s Rectorate. To enable quality assurance of applications and ensure that they are signed in time for the project’s deadline for applications, it is vital to keep the Office of International Relations informed about applications that are in progress. The applications must be sent to International Relations well in advance of the deadline for applications.
Useful links #
- NTNU Office of International Relations, NTNU, Trondheim: Wolfgang Laschet / Gunnar Bergseth
- NTNU, Ålesund: Anne Ulla
- NTNU, Gjøvik: Bente Gaalaas Rønningen Bolme