Erasmus +

The Erasmus+ programme covers the following actions:

Key Action 1 (KA1): Learning mobility of individuals

– Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees

Key Action 2 (KA2): Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

  • Strategic Partnerships in the field of education, training and youth
  • Knowledge Alliances – European Universities
  • Sector Skills Alliances
  • Capacity Building in the field of higher education
  • Capacity Building in the field of youth

Key Action 3 (KA3): Support for policy reform

  • Youth Dialogue Projects
  • Jean Monnet Activities
  • Jean Monnet Chairs
  • Jean Monnet Modules
  •  Jean Monnet Centres of Excellence
  • Jean Monnet support to associations
  • Jean Monnet Networks
  • Jean Monnet Projects

Sport

  • Collaborative partnerships
  • Small partnerships in collaboration
  • Non-profit European sporting events

Deadline for the submission of applications 2019

Key Action 1

Mobility of individuals in the field of youth  5 February 2019
Mobility of individuals in the field of higher education  5 February 2019
Mobility of individuals in VET, school education and adult education fields  5 February 2019
Mobility of individuals in the field of youth 30 April 2019
Mobility of individuals in the field of youth 1 October 2019
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees 14 February 2019
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees – Joint call EU-Japan  1 April 2019

 

Key Action 2

Strategic partnerships in the field of youth 5 February 2019
Strategic partnerships in the field of education and training 21 March 2019
Strategic partnerships in the field of youth 30 April 2019
Strategic partnerships in the field of youth 1 October 2019
European Universities 28 February 2019
Knowledge Alliances 28 February 2019
Sector Skills Alliances 28 February 2019
Capacity building in the field of higher education 7 February 2019
Capacity building in the field of youth 24 January 2019

 

Key Action 3

Youth Dialogue projects 5 February 2019
30 April 2019
1 October 2019

 

Jean Monnet actions

Chairs, Modules, Centres of Excellence, Support to Associations, Networks, Projects 22 February 2019

 

Sports actions

Collaborative partnerships 4 April 2019
Small collaborative partnerships 4 April 2019
Not-for-profit European sport events 4 April 2019

 

More information

The detailed conditions of this call for proposals, including priorities, are specified in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide available in the following link:

http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/programme-guide_en

The Erasmus+ Programme Guide forms an integral part of this call for proposals, to which the conditions for participation and funding indicated in this call for proposals fully apply.

VISIT THE FINANCING SECTION OF THE EACEA FOR CENTRALISED ACTIONS:

https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/funding_en

VISIT THE SEPIE FUNDING SECTION FOR DECENTRALISED ACTIONS:

http://sepie.es/

http://sepie.es/educacion-superior/convocatoria.html

Creative Europe

Creative Europe is the European Union’s Programme for the period 2014-2020 aimed at boosting the cultural and creative sectors, providing support to artists, professionals and cultural and audiovisual organisations in the performing arts, fine arts, publishing, cinema, television, music, interdisciplinary arts, literature, heritage and the video game industry. For all this, the Programme has 1.46 billion euros at its disposal for the whole period.

Creative Europe is part of the Europe 2020 Strategy focused on intelligent, sustainable and inclusive growth. For this reason, it seeks to finance projects with a European dimension, with the aim of strengthening the competitiveness of the cultural and creative sector, while safeguarding Europe’s cultural and linguistic diversity.

Who can take part?

The Creative Europe programme is open to cultural and creative organisations from EU Member States, as well as non-EU countries. Subject to certain conditions EEA (European Economic Area), candidate/potential candidate and ENP (European Neighbourhood Policy) countries can also participate in the programme on an equal footing with Member States. The following non-EU countries are eligible:

  • Albania
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Georgia
  • Iceland
  • Norway
  • Moldova
  • Montenegro
  • North Macedonia
  • Serbia
  • Ukraine

Link: http://ec.europa.eu/culture/creative-europe/index_en.htm

Europe citizens

The “Europe for Citizens” programme adopted for the period 2014-2020 is an important instrument aimed at getting the Union’s 500 million inhabitants to play a greater part in the development of the Union. By funding schemes and activities in which citizens can participate, the Programme is promoting Europe’s shared history and values, and fostering a sense of responsibility for how the Union develops.

General objectives

  • The aim of the Europe for Citizens Programme is to contribute to citizens’ understanding of the EU, its history and diversity, and to foster the democratic participation of citizens at EU level.

Specific objectives

  • To raise awareness of the remembrance, the common history and values specific of the Union and the Union’s aim, namely to promote peace, the values of the Union and the well-being of its peoples, by stimulating debate, reflection and the development of networks.
  • To encourage the democratic and civic participation of citizens at Union level, by developing citizens’ understanding of the Union policy making process and promoting opportunities for societal and intercultural engagement and volunteering at Union level.

Link: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/europe-for-citizens_en

Xunta de Galicia - Galician Cooperation

Through the public policy of cooperation for development, regulated under Ley 3/2003, de 19 de junio, the Galician society makes its historical experience, values, assets and resources available to impoverished peoples, joining the existing processes to combat poverty and its causes, as well as actively promoting the right to integral, human and sustainable development.

At present, the Directorate General for External Relations and Relations with the European Union, under the Vice-Presidency and Ministry of the Presidency, Public Administrations and Justice, is the administrative body in charge of designing and directing the development cooperation policy of the Xunta de Galicia.

In the different planning cycles, the Galician regional government has been developing processes of concentration, both geographically, by reducing the number of priority countries, and sectorial, by focusing on those strategic sectors in which it has comparative advantages, such as fishing and aquaculture, water supply and sanitation, agriculture and rural development and education for development.

Link: https://cooperacion.xunta.gal/es/presentacion

AECID - Development cooperation

In the field of University and Scientific Cooperation for Development, the AECID is currently working on the design of new modalities of scientific cooperation with priority countries of Spanish Cooperation.

Following the resolution of 21 May 2018, of the Presidency of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation, grants for Development Cooperation Actions corresponding to the year 2018 are called for the implementation of innovation projects for development and their specific bases are approved. The submission of applications will open on 28 May 2018, at 14:00 hours (peninsular time), in the section “Subsidies for Cooperation Actions for Development” of the AECID Electronic Headquarters, accessible from the website www.aecid.gob.es and will close on 25 June, at 14:00 hours (peninsular time).

Link:https://www.aecid.gob.es/es/Paginas/DetalleProcedimiento.aspx?idp=277

SEPIE

The Spanish Service for the Internationalisation of Education (SEPIE) is the Autonomous Body, dependent on the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, which acts as the National Agency for the management, dissemination, promotion and impact studies of the Erasmus+ programme in the field of Education and Training (2014-2020), in addition to other European educational initiatives and programmes. It also coordinates and participates in national and international projects and also has the function of contributing to a greater international projection of the Spanish university system and its offer.

SEPIE is responsible for disseminating the call for programmes, providing technical assistance and advice to the possible beneficiaries of the actions and ensuring adequate follow-up so that the planned actions achieve their results.

For dissemination and follow-up work, SEPIE has the collaboration of a wide network of institutions: Departments of Education of the Autonomous Communities, Universities, Regional Public Employment Services, Chambers of Commerce, business and trade union organizations and other institutions that develop training activities.

Link: http://sepie.es/

Calls 2019: http://sepie.es/convocatoria/convocatoria.html

The Jean Monnet program

The Jean Monnet program is promoted by the European Commission and run by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency. The objective is to facilitate development of university activities related to European integration, study of European community construction, institutional, political, economic and social development, by granting co-financed grants and launching the following programs:

  • Jean Monnet Classical Professorships and Jean Monnet “ad personam” Professorships

A specialized professor position in European integration studies (to teach a minimum of 120 hours/ academic year within the field of European integration). This professorship includes obligatory lectures in basic studies. Maximum co-financing limit for a 3-year period: €45,000. The European Community contribution shall not exceed 75% of the total amount.

  • European modules

Short-term courses, of a minimum of 30 hours, within the scope of European integrated studies. Maximum co-financing limit for a 3-year period: €21,000. The European Community contribution shall not exceed 75% of the total amount. These can be introduction courses on European integration, specialised courses or summer courses.

  • Jean Monnet European Centres of Excellence

This is a specialised structure, with a visible sign, that groups scientific, human and documentary resources that exist in one or more universities and oriented towards studying and researching European integration. Maximum co-financing limit for a 3-year period: €75,000. The European Community contribution shall not exceed 75% of the total amount.

Jean Monnet co-finances such activities for a three year implementation period, in return for commitment from the university to maintain such newly created teaching program for a further two year period, that is, for a period of five years in total. The Jean Monnet action is mainly focused on the following disciplines: Community Law, European Economic Integration, European Political Integration and the History of European Construction.

Also financed within the Jean Monnet program and unilateral projects are the launch of lecturers and researchers’ associations whose objective is to contribute to the European integration process. Other programs financed are the creation of research groups for a maximum period of 2 years and a total E.C. contribution of 100,000 Euros (minimum 3 Jean Monnet Professorships in three Higher Education Institutions of 3 participating countries), with the objective of creating an academic network for joint research that organises seminars and joint meetings, and publishes an academic proceeding upon termination of eligibility period.

Application forms can be downloaded from EACEA’s webpage: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/index.htm

For further information kindly contact: ori1@uvigo.es. Eva Garea.

Jean Monnet Actions in the University of Vigo

  1. The Jean Monnet European Centre for Excellence is chaired by Prof. Luís Domínguez Castro. 1) Co-financing period: from 1st September 2006 to 31st August 2009 (total effect until 31st August 2011). 2) Co-financing period: from 1st September 2012 to 31st August 2015. Blog-web http://jeanmonnetcentrodeexcelenciauvigo.wordpress.com
  2. The Professorship ad personam “History of European Construction” is chaired by Prof. Luis Domínguez Castro. Co-financing period (E.C.): from 1st September 2010 to 31st August 2013.
  3. The Professorship “History of European Construction” is chaired by Prof. Luís Domínguez Castro. Co-financing period (E.C.): from 1st September 2005 to 31st August 2008.
  4. The module “Spain and European Integration” coordinated by Prof. Luís Domínguez Castro. Period: 7 years, from the academic year 2000-2001.
  5. The module “External Relations of the European Union” coordinated by Prof. Belén Sánchez Ramos. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st August 2003 to 31st December 2006.
  6. The module “European Political System: a regional view” coordinated by Prof. Celso Cancela Outeda. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2004 to 31st December 2007.
  7. The module “Droit Social Communautaire” coordinated by Prof. Jaime Cabeza Pereira. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2004 to 31st December 2007.
  8. The module “Judicial Cooperation on Civil Matters” coordinated by Prof. Laura Carballo Piñeiro. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2005 to 31st August 2008.
  9. The module “European Constitution” coordinated by Prof. Noemí García Gestoso. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2005 to 31st August 2008.
  10. The module “The European Union and the Social Policy” coordinated by Prof. Mónica López Viso. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2005 to 31st August 2008.http://webs.uvigo.es/mviso
  11. The module “The Federal Theory and the Process of European Political Integration” coordinated by Prof. Argimiro Rojo Salgado. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2005 to 31st August 2008.
  12. The module “Minors in situations of vulnerability and social conflict in the European Union Law”, coordinated by Prof. Inmaculada Valeije Álvarez. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2006 to 31st August 2009.
  13. The module “Conciliation of labour and family life and co-responsibility between sexes in E.C. Social Law”, coordinated by Prof. Jaime Cabeza Pereiro. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2007 to 31st August 2010.
  14. The module “The European Union towards the Political Union: a Federal and Constitutional Perspective” coordinated by Prof. Celso Cancela Outeda. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2011 to 31st August 2014.
  15. The module “Liberté de circulation et marché de l’emploi européen” coordinated by Prof. Francisca Fernández Prol. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2013 to 31st August 2016.
  16. The module “Summer Course: Crossing Borders in the Eurepean Area of Justice: Civil, Commercial and Criminal Matters” coordinated by Prof. Inmaculada Valeije. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2013 to 31st August 2016.
  17. “A Key Activity 1, Jean Monnet Learning EU at School: We are European Citizens”, coordinated by Prof. Luis Domínguez. Co-financing period by the European Community: from 1st September 2013 to 31st Ausust 2014.
  18. The Professorship ad personam “Unserstanding the EU in the 21st century” is chaired by Prof. Celso Cancela Outeda. Co-financing period fron 1st September 2014 to 31st August 2017.