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lgd微博 www.jjgtdlgc.com ERASMUS+ KA107 International Credit Mobility-UMOVE(ME)

 


 

THIRD OPEN CALL - TEACHING STAFF & NON-TEACHING STAFF

 

The third call for submission of applications for teaching staff and non-teaching staff is open. All relevant information is available on https://alunos.uminho.pt/EN/students/mobilityprograms/Pages/ICM.aspx.

 

All applications must be submitted online until the 22nd June, using the application form provided on the link: https://goo.gl/WWphWY

 

Application Guide: https://goo.gl/Dms49Y

 

Guidelines for the Application Form: https://goo.gl/H2HxdC

 


 

Erasmus+ Programme

Erasmus+ is the European Union (EU) programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020.

Erasmus+ provides opportunities for more than 4 million Europeans to study, train and gain work experience and perform volunteer work abroad, supporting cooperation and the development of partnerships between European institutions and other parts of the world.

 

UMOVE(ME) - International Credit Mobility

The International Credit Mobility (ICM) is part of the Key Action 1 of the Erasmus+ Programme and allows a Higher Education Institution (HEI) in a partner country to send students, teaching and non-teaching staff into studying, teaching and training missions to an HEI in a Program country and vice versa.

UMOVE(ME) is the project of University of Minho(UMinho) under ICM 2017, which allows UMinho to receive/send students, teaching and non-teaching staff from/to 27 partner countries outside Europe. 

 

General Eligibility Criteria

Students:

Must be enrolled at UMinho or in a partner Institution of Higher Education (i.e. City University of Macau) and enrolled in a level of studies leading to a recognized degree or a tertiary level of recognized qualification.

For Undergraduate and Integrated Master Studies: students must be enrolled at least in the second year of their higher studies to be eligible to undertake a period of mobility.

For Master Studies: students must have completed at least one semester at the institution of origin before completing a period of mobility.

For Doctorate Studies: students must have completed at least one year of studies and already have a research project.

 

Teaching and non-teaching Staff:

Must have a contractual relationship with UMinho or a partner institution in order to be eligible to apply for a scholarship.

 

All applicants must receive formal support from their home institution by issuing a letter of support (this document is mandatory at the application stage).

Erasmus+ allows students to complete different mobility periods, provided that the minimum duration for each activity and the maximum duration of 12 months per study cycle is respected. Teaching and non-Teaching Staff may perform several mobilities, provided that they are properly substantiated.

After the selection, candidates admitted must meet the eligibility criteria of each host institution.

 

Types and duration of the scholarships/ grants

Types of mobility available

Duration

Undergraduate and Integrated Master

5 months

Master

5 months

Doctorate

5 months

Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff

5 days of teaching/training + 2 days travel

 

Available scholarships/grants*

 

Students

Teaching Staff

Non-Teaching Staff

From Macao to UMinho

2

1

1

From UMinho to Macao

1

1

1

 

*The quotas are to be shared among two partners in Macao (City University of Macau and University of Macau). The principle of best candidates’ selection will be applied as well as a balanced distribution among partners.

 

Financial Support

UMOVE(ME) project provides the following financial support to the grant holders:

A) Stay Allowance

STUDENTS mobility

(SMS)

Mobility periods: 5 months

From UMinho to Macao: 650 EUR/month

From Macao to UMinho: 800 EUR/month

STAFF mobility

(STA/STT)

Mobility periods: 5 days + 2 travel days

The per diem amount:

From UMinho to Macao: 160 EUR/day

From Macao to UMinho: 120 EUR/day

 

B) Contribution for Travel

Travel Distances

Amount

From Macao to UMinho

(8000km or more)

1100EUR*

*The financial support for 'distance travelled' is the maximum allowed by the Erasmus+ programme and is intended to contribute to round-trip travel between the home and host institutions.

In the case of students, UMinho is responsible for the purchase of the plane ticket. The scholarship payments are made in 3 parts: 50% of the scholarship is paid upon arrival of the student at the host HEI, 30% half way the mobility period, and 20% is paid upon submission of the final report.

In the case of teaching and non-teaching staff, scholarship holders are responsible for purchasing their own plane ticket, always respecting the mobility dates established and the minimum stay of 5 working days at the host institution. In the case of teaching and non-teaching staff IN the refund of the value of the trip as well as the payment of the stay allowance is made by bank cheque on the day of arrival.

 

Period of Mobility

In the case of students, the beginning of the mobilities will be February 2018 or September 2018.

In the case of teaching and non-teaching staff, periods of mobility may start at any time after publication of the selection of candidates and whenever all required documents (work plan, visa if necessary, travel and insurance) are properly processed.

 

More Information

About the Project UMOVE(ME): https://alunos.uminho.pt/EN/students/mobilityprograms/Pages/ICM.aspx

 

In order to find detailed information about the unit courses you should take the following steps: https://www.uminho.pt/EN/education/educational-offer/Pages/default.aspx  > select the relevant option “Bachelors and Integrated Masters Degrees” > select a specific course > go to tab “Study Plan” > select Couse unit.

 

Although most course units are taught in Portuguese, there are some specific study areas with lectures offered in English. For courses formally taught in Portuguese there might be the possibility to have access to bibliography, course materials, tutorial support and assessment in English. There can also be the option to develop research/project work with supervision in English or in a common language between the student and the tutor. Students should contact the teachers once they arrive in order to check/agree on these possibilities.

 

Information and Support

International Relations Office, University of Minho

Please contact: sri@sri.uminho.pt

 

Global Exchange Office, City University of Macau

Contact person: Christy Feng

Email: geo@cityu.mo

Tel: +853 85902719



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