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JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME

La rete Jean Monnet il programma Erasmus e i Giovani
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Jean Monnet Programme

3 key activities



Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions; European associations

Transversal Programme

4 key activities



Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination

and exploitation of

results (valorisation)

Grundtvig

Adult education

Leonardo

da

Vinci

Erasmus

Higher education &

advanced training

Comenius

School education

Jean Monnet Programme

3 key activities

Jean Monnet Action; European Institutions;

Transversal Programme

4 key activities



Policy Cooperation; Languages; ICT; Dissemination

and exploitation of

results (valorisation)

Grundtvig

Adult education

Leonardo

da

Vinci

Vocational education

and training

Erasmus

Higher education &

advanced training

Comenius

School education

Comenius

School education

LLP PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

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Jean Monnet Action





Operating grants to support specified institutions




Operating grants to support European associations
active at European level in the field of education
and training





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JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

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JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME, Key Activity 1


The Jean Monnet Programme was launched in 1989 with
the aim of facilitating the introduction of European
integration studies in universities by means of start
-
up
subsidies.




The programme takes the name of Jean
Monnet (1888
-
1979), one of the
‘architects’ of the European Union and
incarnation of the European ideal.

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European Integration studies

involves the study of the origins and
evolution of the European Communities and the European Union in all its
aspects. European integration studies cover the analysis of both the
internal and external dimension of European integration, including the
European Union's role in the dialogue between peoples and cultures.
Comparative studies concerning national practices are not regarded as
European integration studies.


Two different types of action:


1.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES


2. ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH ACTIVITIES








SUBJECT AREA AND TYPES OF ACTION

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Teaching activities

Jean Monnet Chair
:

teaching post with a
specialization in European integration studies for a
minimum of 90 hours per academic year.


"Ad personam"
Jean Monnet Chair
:

former Jean
Monnet Chair holders with evidence of high
-
level
international teaching and publication record and/or
professor with a distinguished background as former
practitioner in the field of European integration.


Centre of Excellence
:

multi
-
disciplinary structure
pooling scientific, human and documentary
resources for European integration studies and
research within one or more universities.

European Module:

short programme of European
integration study, minimum 40 teaching hours per
academic year, may be multi
-
disciplinary

TYPE OF ACTIONS (1/2)

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Academic and
Research activities

Associations of professors and researchers
specializing in European integration
:
associations
whose explicit purpose is to contribute to the study
of the European integration process and whose aim is
to enhance the visibility of regional or national
scientific and physical resources in this domain.


Information and research activities relating to
European

integration
:
aims to promote discussion,
reflection and knowledge about the European
integration process.


Multilateral research groups
:
research partnership
leading to an integrated academic network with a
joint research plan and multi
-
disciplinary synergies
in the field of EU studies.

TYPE OF ACTIONS (2/2)

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62 countries

throughout the world


740 universities

offer Jean Monnet courses as part of their
curricula


3,500 projects

in the field of European integration studies


more than
1,500 professors


250,000 students
every year


A worldwide network (1989


2009)

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Directory

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/jeanmonnet/directory/

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Useful Links

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/jean_monnet/jean_monnet_en.php

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Erasmus





Cooperation between HEIs and Enterprises

in

Erasmus Centralised Actions



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Erasmus
Programme

Structure and budget 2010


Decentralised Actions


(managed by the National Agencies):

Mobility of students, including student

placements in enterprises, Staff mobility

Intensive Programmes,
Preparatory Visits


Budget: 445 million EUR



Centralised Actions


(managed by the Executive Agency):


Multilateral Projects


Networks


Accompanying Measures


Budget: 19.8 million EUR

96%
4%
0,3%
Erasmus decentralised
actions
Erasmus centralised
actions
Complementary activities
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Encourage trans
-
national higher
education cooperation in
strategically important fields

Operational objectives d.) of the
Erasmus programme
:

..to improve the quality and to increase
the volume of cooperation between
higher education institutions and
enterprises
;

Creating innovative European BA/MA/PhD
courses and continuing education:

Curriculum
Development


Contributing to the reform of
HE

systems with
regard to Bologna objectives:

Modernisation of
Higher Education


Promoting

C
ooperation between higher
education institutions and enterprises

Promoting the virtual dimension in Higher
Education
:

Virtual Campuses


Erasmus
Multilateral Projects

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Cooperation between higher education institutions
and enterprises



Who can benefit ?



Higher education institutions



Enterprises, in particular SMEs



Professional organisations



Chambers of commerce



Social partners



Local/regional/national bodies



Who can apply ?


Higher education institutions holding a full
duration Erasmus University Charter


Enterprises (in particular SMEs),
professional organisations, chambers of
commerce, socialpartners and
local/regional/national bodies


Minimum Partnership: 3 partners from 3
different countries



Maximum Duration

?


3 Years





Maximum Grant


?


150.000/year. However, maximum EU
contribution to projects will be 300.000


for the entire duration of the project
(75% max.)


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• reinforcing the link between studies and future skills and employment needs, for
example by assessing future skills needs and by promoting business input into course
design, as stated in the "New Skills for New Jobs“* initiative;


• developing educational services such as special courses for upgrading knowledge and
skills of employees (including language skills to improve competitiveness);


• developing provisions for part
-
time students;


• promoting mobility, entrepreneurship, creative thinking and innovative approaches as
part of the curriculum for students and as a skill for teachers/researchers.




*
http://ec.europa.eu/education/lifelong
-
learning
-
policy/doc/com868_it.pdf

Priorities

Co
-
operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Involve partners from outside the academia


60% develop training courses, modules or enrich already existing curricula with
practice
-
based learning elements in a specific field of study or a business
sector


40% develop general strategies/guidelines/tools in relation to Cooperation
HEI/Enterprises (innovation, female entrepreneurship, student placements,
etc.)


Use a virtual community platform and blended learning


Often a couple “HEI
-
Enterprise” in each participating country


Common Features

Co
-
operation between HEI and Enterprises

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Useful Links


LLP


Erasmus Programme


Executive Agency (EACEA) Website

http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/erasmus/erasmus_en.htm




LLP


Erasmus Programme


Directory
project

compendia


http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/llp/erasmus/erasmus_compendia_en.html



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Erasmus for young Entrepreneurs








“… to help new EU entrepreneurs
enrich their experiences
, learning
and networking by
spending
periods

in enterprises run by
experienced entrepreneurs

in other
EU Member States.”

European Commission

Enterprise and Industry

Directorate
-
General

Unit E1


Entrepreneurship

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What are the potential benefits for NEs?



learning from an experienced entrepreneur in


another EU country how to best start and manage an SME;



practical and financial assistance from IOs


develop international connections and knowledge


about foreign markets;



benefit from possible co
-
venturing opportunities and


the development of crossborder markets;



gain insights into a different cultural and organisational setting;



understand the regulatory framework in another EU country.


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Who can participate in the call?



Any public entity or private body active in the field


of business support can participate, in particular:


public authorities active in economic affairs, enterprise


or business support chambers of commerce and industry,


chambers of handicrafts or similar bodies,



business support organisations, start
-
up centres and


incubators



business associations and business support networks


public and private entities offering business support


services

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Useful links

Where can I find more information?

http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/newsroom/cf/newsbytheme.cfm?searchLevel=1&lang=en


New Call Dead
line: 28 June 2010