ORGANISATION NAMEEuropean Commission
ORGANISATION COUNTRYEuropean Commission
FUNDING TYPEMobility IncomingMobility Outgoing
DEADLINE DESCRIPTIONIndividuals: Most consortia will require applications to be submitted between October and January, for course starting the following academic year. Students and potential scholars/guest lecturers should contact the relevant Consortium for more information on courses and application procedures.
RESEARCH FIELDFormal sciencesHumanitiesNatural sciencesProfessions and applied sciencesSocial sciences
CAREER STAGEFirst Stage Researcher (R1) (Up to the point of PhD)Recognised Researcher (R2) (PhD holders or equivalent who are not yet fully independent)Established Researcher (R3) (Researchers who have developed a level of independence)Leading Researcher (R4) (Researchers leading their research area or field)
Higher education institutions from Europe can apply to manage mobility agreements with HEIs from other parts of the world, including China. Students and staff of these institutions can receive EU-funded grants to study, research or teach at the partner HEI.
What is funded
Short-term mobility at bachelor, master or doctoral level (up to 12 months) or staff mobility for 5 days to 2 months. This is only possible between HEIs with a mobility agreement. The first international mobility agreements will be in place in the academic year- 2015/2016.
The responsibility for the funding offers published on this website, including the funding description, lies entirely with the publishing institutions. The application is handled uniquely by the employer, who is also fully responsible for the recruitment and selection processes.