Erasmus+ is the result of the integration of the previous EU programmes in the fields of education, training, youth and sport (LLP, youth in action, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Adulink, and the cooperation programme with industrialized countries). The programme runs from the 1st January 2014 to the 31st December 2020. It gives opportunities to students, trainees and staff to spend a period abroad to increase their skills and employability. It supports organisations to work in transnational partnership and to share innovative practices in the fields of education, training and youth.  Erasmus+ also includes a strong international dimension (i.e. cooperation with Partner Countries) notably in the field of higher education, which opens the programme to institutional cooperation and mobility of young people and staff worldwide. 

KA1 Learning Mobility of Individuals - Mobility of learners and staff between Programme Countries

The Programme Countries are currently: European Union member states, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Serbia starting from a.y. 2019/2020.

Mobility of learners and staff between Programme countries a.y. 2019/2020

Duration: 2019-2020
Coordinator: Università degli studi di Trento
Host Institutions: 335 partner institutions in 32 countries
Short description: The project offers mobility opportunities between Institutions located in programme Countries to students, academic and non-academic staff for study, research, teaching and training purposes.
Mobility foreseen: 700 students for study, 150 students or recent graduates for traineeship, 35 teaching staff mobilities, 25 staff training mobilities

Mobility of learners and staff between Programme countries a.y. 2018/2019

Duration: 2018-2019
Coordinator: Università degli studi di Trento
Host Institutions: 329 partner institutions in 31 countries
Short description: The project offers mobility opportunities between Institutions located in programme Countries to students, academic and non-academic staff for study, research, teaching and training purposes.
Mobility foreseen: The project is on going

KA1 Learning Mobility of Individuals - Mobility of learners and staff between Programme and Partner Countries (International Credit Mobility)

The Programme Countries are currently: European Union member states, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Serbia starting from a.y. 2019/2020.
The Partner Countries are the rest of the world.

Mobility of learners and staff between Programme and Partner countries (ICM 2018)

Duration: 2018-2020
Coordinator: Università degli studi di Trento
Host Institutions

•    National Aerospace University Kharkiv Aviation Institute Named By N Zukovskiy (Ukraine)
•    University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
•    Université Batna 2  (Algeria)
•    Université de Tlemcen (Algeria)
•    Université d'Annaba (Algeria)
Short description: The project offers mobility opportunities at partner institution located in Partner Countries to students, academic and non-academic staff for study, research, teaching and training purposes.
Mobility foreseen:  30 in total: 18 incoming students, 6 incoming academic staff,  3 incoming administrative staff, 2 outgoing academic staff, 1 outgoing administrative staff

Mobility of learners and staff between Programme and Partner countries (ICM 2017)

Duration: 2017-2019
Coordinator: Università degli studi di Trento
Host Institutions

•    Asian University for Women, (Bangladesh)
•    Nagasaki University (Japan)
•    University of Tokyo (Japan)
•    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (Republic of Korea)
•    Chonbuk National University (Republic of Korea)
•    University of The Philippines System, (Philippines)
•    University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
•    Chulalongkorn University (Thailand)
•    Burapha University (Thailand)
•    Université de Carthage (Tunisia)
•    Université de Sousse (Tunisia)
•    Université De Tunis El Manar (Tunisia)
•    National Aerospace University Kharkiv Aviation Institute Named By N Zukovskiy (Ukraine)
•    Hanoi University Of Science And Technology (Vietnam)
•    Ho Chi Min City University of Technology (Vietnam)
•    Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (Vietnam)

Short description: The project offers mobility opportunities at partner institution located in Partner Countries to students, academic and non-academic staff for study, research, teaching and training purposes.
Mobility foreseen:  104 in total: 47 incoming students, 14 incoming academic staff, 3  incoming administrative staff, 20 outgoing academic staff, 20 outgoing administrative staff

KA2 Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education

NURSLING - National Qualification Frameworks: Guidelines for development and recognition of qualifications

Duration: 2015-2018
Coordinator: Universidade do Algarve (Portugal)
Partners: 

  • ​Università degli studi di Trento (Italy)
  • Bath Spa University (United Kingdom)
  • University of Patras (Greece)
  • World University Service (Austria)
  • Burgichi Biznes (Uzbekistan)
  • Tashkent State Technical University (Uzbekistan)
  • National University of Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan)
  • Tashkent University of Information Technologies (Uzbekistan)
  • Samarkand State University (Uzbekistan)
  • Center for Development of Higher and Secondary Specialized Professional Education (Uzbekistan)
  • Ministry for Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan  (Uzbekistan)

UniTrento Departments/Centres: Department of Information Engineering and Computer Science 
Short description: The NURSLING project is a breakthrough initiative to identify common denominators in the academic sectors in Uzbekistan. The wider objective is to approach the Uzbek higher education to real needs of economic and social development of the country. The aim of the project is to implement QF ideas in Uzbekistan. The specific objectives are the following:

  • establishing of the National Committee on the Qualification Frameworks (QF) in Uzbekistan, together with the national Ministry of Education;
  • ​improving national General Regulations concerning education standards in particular fields, on the basis of QF ideas, Bologna principles and the EU universities' experience;
  • introduction of new national standards on informatics in Uzbekistan and development of a corresponding sectorial QF.
     

KA2 Strategic Partnerships

SOS DIGITAL- Providing Support to Student Distress

Duration: 2018-2021
Coordinator: Universidade do Minho (Portugal)
Partners:

  • Università degli studi di Trento (Italy)
  • Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
  • Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland)

UniTrento Departments/Centres: Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science
Short description:  SOS-Digital focuses on student wellbeing and on the importance of implementing proper tools to support students in distress or at-risk. Therefore, the main objectives are, first, to define at-risk behaviour, identify resources available to students who are exhibiting, or are affected by at-risk behaviour, and set out the reporting procedures for those who observe at-risk behaviour, and, secondly, to create an online library that will show HEI staff how to effectively deal with these students, by providing simulation videos of real cases.

TAVIE - Tools for enhancing and assessing the value of international experience for engineers

Duration: 2018-2021
Coordinator: Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain)
Partners:

  • Università degli studi di Trento (Italy)
  • École Centrale Nantes (France)
  • KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics (Hungary)
  • T.I.M.E. Association
  • French Embassy in Madrid (France)
  • Confindustria Trento (Italy)
  • Accenture (USA)
  • Aena (Spain)
  • Siemens (Germany)
  • Other companies tbc

UniTrento Departments/Centres: Department of Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering
Short description:  Develop internationalization strategies and tools for enhancing and assessing global competence for engineering students and alumni, promoting embedded mobility schemes and enforce their quality, and strengthen employability through cooperation across national and organizational borders.
Identify the global competence (knowledge, skills and attitudes) needed by engineers to work and communicate effectively in organisations and companies characterized by cultural and social diversity. 
Develop a toolkit that helps HEIs, companies and organisations as well as engineers to assess the impact of training and international experience on global competence, which will enhance quality assurance of education and international mobility.
Develop innovative and effective teaching and training strategies for students in higher education, drawing on theory and current best practices, and making better use of the many existing opportunities for embedded mobility and cooperation.
Develop strategies and ways for promoting employability that valorizes the competence of engineering graduates with international experience.

C-Extended-Challenging and EXTending Erasmus conNnecting and blenDing sEctors and Disciplines

Duration: 2017-2020
Coordinator: Università degli studi di Trento
Partners:

  • KTH Royal Institute Of Technology (Sweden)
  • Imperial College of London (UK)
  • Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands)
  • Junior Achievement International
  • Université de Rennes (France)
  • Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands)

UniTrento Departments/Centres: Department Information Engineering and Computer Science
Short description: Leveraging on a detailed needs analysis, the C-Extended project aims at addressing the following challenges:

  • Provide student mobility in the much-needed bridging across disciplines and sectors
  • Rethink pedagogy and teaching methodologies through the application of blended learning
  • Field test and gauge the added value provided by interdisciplinary paths
  • Focus on delivering reusable IOs to be provided to partners and other HEIs as exemplars to address broad educational challenges
  • Change the European added value given by European mobility from purely physical/travel-centred to skill-centred
  • Attempt a focused, small-scale concrete action to address the notorious Education to Research/Business integration challenge
  • Leverage on the ICT student cohorts to address the bridging between the partners’ diverse set of disciplinary specializations
  • Explore the possibilities of reusing such novel methodologies in the context of broader Erasmus programmes (E+/Mundus)

DEE- diversity, equality and inclusion in pre-primary education and care: a gender perspective

Duration: 2017-2020
Coordinator:  Provincia autonoma di Trento (Italy)
Partners

  • Università degli Studi di Trento (Italy)
  • Verein für Männer- und Geschlechterthemen Steiermark (Austria)
  • Rettet-das-Kind-Steiermark (Austria)
  • Alliance for regional and civil initiatives (Bulgaria)

Short description: The general objective of DEE project is to promote equal opportunities and overcoming gender stereotypes starting from pre-school education through a specific training of educators and teachers. The project indeed foresees the development of a gender sensitive teaching model in order to provide high quality services and responses to diversity education and gender mainstreaming. The project has other two objectives: to promote awareness of gender stereotypes between families and to improve the decision makers engagement in gender education.

 

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