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Tempus supports and promotes the modernisation of the Higher Education sector in the Partner Countries and aim at establishing an area for cooperation in HE between EU and the partner countries,
In line with the principles of Lisbon Strategy Modernisation of Education is the precondition for the achievement of the economic and social objectifs Education (and vocational training) have a central role in the European agenda for employ and growth as key factor for eccelency competitiveness and innovation.
Bologna Establishment of an European AREA for HE three study cycles / new common degree system / recognition of degrees and study period abroad, etc. Restructuring of National Qualification Framework
Refer also to the EU 2020 Strategy.http://ec.europa.eu/eu2020/index_en.h4: .
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Approach of the Tempus Programme is a bottom-up approach, in fact it is based on the procedure of Call for Proposals which means that the project proposals are presented by the future beneficiaries based on the general principles laid down in the Calls and they are evaluated, selected and then financed for implementation.
Importance given to dissemination and exploitation of results to ensure sustainability and bigger impact on the process of modernisation of Higher Education (impact on teaching/learning processes; curriculum development/ upgrading Information Technologies/ staff mobility / promoting Bologna priciples, etc.
COMPLEMENTARITY with Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window (Tempus is not a mobility programme) which has been created to facilitate large scale MOBILITY FLOWS between EU and PC
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Liason with the National Authorities is ensured at the Commission level by the EC Delegations in PC, which are also systematically consulted on the projects to be selected (consultation: proposals on which Delegations give a negative opinion wont be selected) NCP and NTOIn the Framework of the Tempus IV Programme, National Experts on Higher Education have been appointed by the National Authorities of the Partner Countries to promote HE reforms in PC. Thematic Training Seminars are implemented (such as the Bologna Expert in Rome end of March 2009, involving a limited number of HEREs, possibly from all partner countries, to discuss in-depth and exchange views and practices on specialised topics of general interest for Tempus participants. Regional Training Seminars, focusing on specialised topics of regional interest and involving a limited number of participants from neighbouring countries.
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JEP as a tool of promoting multilateral partnerships amongst higher education institutions. They can develop, modernise and disseminate new curricula, teaching methods or materials, boost a quality assurance culture, and modernise the management and governance of higher education institutions.
SM with an impact at the national level. Structural Measures contribute to the development and reform of higher education institutions and systems in partner countries, to enhance their quality and relevance, and increase their convergence with EU developments. - Structural Measures provide advisory support for reform processes and HE strategic frameworks. Such projects typically address issues linked to the Bologna process such as QUALITY ASSURANCE, ACCREDITATION SYSTEM, CREDIT SYSTEMS, RESTRUCTURING OF NATIONAL QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORKS in line with common European developments. - It includes the establishment of representative bodies or organisations
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8MINIMUM GRANT SIZE, not to be confused with the TOTAL BUDGET of a project.
Project duration: MAX 3 years. Extension in exceptional and duly justified cases. Only once and no longer than 12 months.
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Grant Applicants: institution applying for the grant, RESPONSIBLE for the administration of the grant (through their Legal Representative) and the coordination of the workprogramme (through the designated co-ordinator)
Must be state recognised HE institutions and have adehered to the Erasmus University Charter (for EU institutions).
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EXPLANATION concerning Associations of higher education institutions (umbrella institutions):An association will count as one legal entity/partner institution, meaning that the association/network will be treated as one partner from the country where the headquarters are based.
Ineligible InstitutionsLegal entities which have managed a Tempus project in the past two years which has been terminated by the /Agency for non-compliance with the contractual rules and requirements may not apply for a grant.Natural persons may not apply for a grant.Partners for whom a mandate has not been submitted are not eligible for participation.Partners for whom the mandate does not fulfil the formal requirements of the model mandate are not eligible for participation. Please note that an ineligible partner may turn the whole partnership ineligible.
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Themes are structured around the main components of the EUs higher education modernisation agenda.CR- adapt/modernise existing or to develop new (implementation) during project lifetime;- Study programme with double/multiple or joint degree Recognition + accreditation
GR- Modernise management capacity of universities or their organisations (i.e. students organisations) - Promote quality assurance (deveoping methodologies and criteria comparable between HE institutions / National standards)
HE & S- Strenghten the role of HEI in society (contribution to lifelonglearning); links with labour market (promotion enterpreneurship, etc.)
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In this regard, proposals must describe any relevant past and ongoing projects, demonstrating that the chosen subject areas and themes are presently poorly covered. If the application is based on a previous or ongoing project, then significant added value must be demonstrated. Proposals which are similar to projects already conducted (past or on-going) in the Partner Country(ies) concerned will not be recommended for funding.18 II 6-
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2323 676 146 (21.5%) 24 20122011 . .. .2425 20122011. 2526 20122011. . . . . 2627 50 2728Number of projects on target regionsREGIONReceived applicationsEligible proposalsAbove the 50% thresholdProposed for consultationProposed for fundingWestern Balkans 9584594623South Neighbouring area 150109956031Eastern Neighbouring area: Regional + Russian Federation 2872592117138Central Asia 524730199Multiregional 927744257TOTAL676576439221108Rates in 2012:85.20% (from total received)76.21% (from eligible applications)50.34% (from scored > 50)16% (from total)Rates in 2011:90.86% (from total received)70% (from eligible applications)49 % (from scored > 50)11,80% (from total)2829 Applicants
Partners3031 , - - . .. . 241311204 341717277 ( )3017131911 ( )1587114 1385103 * 10855537929* . .3132 2012.% - %2012 vs. 2011 67610816% 12%
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69.5%30.5%80%20% 563 Joint projects 113 Structural Measures83%17%79 .29 ..73%27%73%27%/29937744%56%53 5549%51%52%48% 945.000867.000 818.000 3233 IV1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 76696462108 18 (23,6%)15 (21%)18(28%)12(20%)33(30%) 63 (82,8%) 50 (72,5%) 50(78%)47(76%)79(73%) 13 (17,2%) 19 (27,5%)14(22%)15(24%)29(27%) 46 (60,5%) 34 (49%)31(48%)30(48%)55(51%) 30(39,5%)35(51%)33(52%)32(52%)53(49%)33 ! :http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus