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Erasmus+ Documents for applicants and beneficiaries - European Commission

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Application forms and other documents for the Erasmus+ Programme - Documents for applicants

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If you are contemplating an application for Erasmus+ funding, get started as soon as you can with the appropriate application form and other documents.

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Enic-Naric

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This site, a joint initiative of the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO, has been created primarily as a tool to assist the ENIC-NARIC Networks in carrying out the tasks they have been mandated to accomplish within their own jurisdiction, by directing them to up-to-date information supplied and maintained by the competent bodies in each member country and by each member organisation. It is also its express purpose to help other interested organisations and individuals easily find information on current issues in international academic and professional mobility, and on procedures for the recognition of foreign qualifications.
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Mobility tool: Access information about national qualification frameworks, mutual recognition and professional recognition procedures.

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Mobility of researchers: how open is Europe?

Mobility of researchers: how open is Europe? | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
A European Commission study aims to provide data to inform policies on further opening of labour market


A stated policy of the European Union is that, by the end of this year, there should be an open labour market for researchers. This is a core part of the European Research Area and recognises the need for knowledge transfer. To understand the movement of researchers and their reasons for moving it is essential to have high-quality data. A major survey by the European Commission sought to provide internationally comparable data to support further evidence-based policy development on the research profession at European and national level. It was carried out across the 28 member states and five other countries, including Norway, Iceland and Turkey.

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Some interesting insights into the patterns and obstacles to PhD and researcher mobility

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Agreenskills - Researcher mobility to France

Agreenskills - Researcher mobility to France | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
AgreenSkills : an open programme of international mobility

 

AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ are postdoctoral fellowship programmes co-funded by the European Union and based at INRA, in collaboration with the research and higher education consortium, Agreenium. The programmes promote international mobility for experienced young and independent researchers to develop challenging basic or targeted research projects in the fields of agriculture, environment, food and nutrition, and animal health. AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ boast:

High flexibilityApplicant-friendly eligibility criteriaAttractive conditionsA transparent selection processJoint responsibility for labs and fellows tos assure high-quality research projectsCareful attention to the ethical principles in research.

Key figures of AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+:AgreenSkills offers 142 fellow years over 4 years (2012 to 2016), while AgreenSkills+ offers 212 fellow years over a five year period (2014-2019)Access to more than 300 research units for incoming mobilityAttractive salaries that are significantly higher than French state salaries for young and independent researchers.
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Eurydice EU Newsletter, 26 September 2013

Eurydice EU Newsletter, 26 September 2013 | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Welcome to this first Eurydice Newsletter!

Education systems vary enormously across Europe. Eurydice's task is to understand and explain how they are organised and how they work in order to promote cooperation and mobility at European and international levels. Through this newsletter you will be regularly informed on Eurydice's publications and receive 'Focus on' articles on various topics from the world of European education.

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You can subscribe to the newsletter at http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/education/eurydice/index_en.php

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