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Title: Folie 1


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TEMPUS IV- FOURTH CALL FOR PROPOSALS
TEMPUS INFORMATION DAYS
http//eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus
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Tempus is a program funded by the European Union
to support the modernization of higher education
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Higher Education in Egypt
  • 2.5 million Students (undergraduate)
  • About 250 thousand Students (Post Graduate)
  • 60 K Staff members
  • 20 Public Universities
  • 20 Private Universities
  • Technical colleges (12), Private Institutes (115)

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Challenges Quality, Internationalization,
Employability, competitiveness, etc.
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TEMPUS III in Egypt
  • 2002 - 2006 (TEMPUS III MEDA)
  • 23 Million Euro
  • 64 Projects (JEP SCM)
  • 173 Individual Mobility Grants
  • Tempus is considered in Egypt as
  • A Catalyst for the reform
  • Contributer to Quality
  • Contributer to Life Long Learning
  • Contributer to Partnership with Europe

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TEMPUS in Egypt
  • 52 JEP projects (12 15 6 10 9),
  • 20.5 M

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TEMPUS in Egypt
  • 52 JEP projects (12 15 6 10 9),
  • 20.5 M

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JEP Universities Participation
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BASIC FEATURES OF TEMPUS IV
  • Objectives
  • To support the modernisation of Higher Education
    in Partner Countries of the surrounding area,
    including Central Asia.
  • To establish an area of cooperation between the
    European Union (EU) and the Partner Countries.
  • To favour voluntary convergence with the EU
    developments in the field of Higher Education.

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BASIC FEATURES (II)
  • Approach
  • Institutional cooperation.
  • Bottom-up programme mainly implemented through
    calls for proposals seeking projects targeting
    reforms in higher education institutions and/or
    systems.
  • Strong involvement of national authorities.
  • Strong accent on dissemination, sustainability
    and exploitation of results.
  • Complements other EU mobility programmes (e.g.
    Erasmus Mundus).

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BASIC FEATURES (III)
  • Local Support
  • National Contact Points (NCPs) in EU Member
    States
  • National Tempus Offices (NTOs) in Partner
    Countries (PCs)

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3 TYPES OF ACTIONS
  • Joint Projects implemented at institutional
    level to reform curricula, improve university
    governance, create more links with society.
  • Structural Measures implemented at national
    level for the development and reform of national
    higher education structures and systems in
    Partner Countries.
  • Accompanying Measures dissemination and
    information activities (conferences, studies,
    exchange of good practice, National Tempus
    Offices, Higher Education Reform Experts, etc.)

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  • GRANT SIZE 500 000 to 1 500 000
  • For both Joint Projects and Structural Projects.
  • Minimum grant size for national projects from
    Montenegro and Kosovo 300,000.
  • Minimum co-financing 10
  • PROJECT DURATION 24 or 36 months

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ELIGIBLE PARTNERSHIPS
National projects (targeting 1 single Partner Country) Multi-country projects (targeting more than 1 Partner Country)
minimum of 6 HE institutions minimum of 7 HE institutions
3 from the involved Partner Country 2 from each involved Partner country (minimum 2 PC)
3 from 3 different EU countries 3 from 3 different EU countries
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ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS
  • Joint Projects
  • State-recognised public or private HE
    institutions (either in EU or PC)
  • Associations, organisations or networks of HE
    institutions
  • Structural Measures
  • State-recognised public or private HE
    institutions (either in EU or PC)
  • Associations, organisations or networks of HE
    institutions
  • Rector/teacher/student organisations

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ELIGIBLE PARTNERS
  • State-recognised public or private HE
    institutions (either in EU or PC)
  • Associations, organisations or networks of HE
    institutions
  • Rector/teacher/student organisations
  • Non-governmental organisations
  • Social partners and their training organisations
  • Private and public enterprises
  • Research institutions
  • Public administrations (Ministries, other
    national/regional/local administrations) or
    governmental organisations BUT with special
    conditions (eligible for reimbursement of travel
    costs and costs of stay only)

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ELIGIBLE PARTNERS
  • Additional condition for Structural Measures
  • The Ministry/ies responsible for higher education
    in each Partner Country must be involved.
  • BUT special status.

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Programme themes
  • Themes structured around the main components of
    the modernisation agenda for higher education.
  • Joint projects
  • Curriculum reform
  • Governance reform
  • Higher Education and Society
  • Structural measures
  • Governance reform
  • Higher Education and Society

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Programme themes
  • Curricular reform
  • Modernisation of curricula ECTS, 3 cycles,
    recognition of degrees
  • Governance reform
  • University management and student services
  • Introduction of quality assurance
  • Institutional and financial autonomy
    accountability
  • Equal access to HE
  • Development of international relations
  • Higher Education and Society
  • Training of non-university teachers
  • Development of partnerships with enterprises
  • Knowledge triangle education/research/innovation
  • Training courses for public services (Min./ local
    auth.)
  • Development of lifelong learning
  • Qualifications frameworks

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NATIONAL AND REGIONAL PRIORITIES
  • National projects
    (targeting 1 single
    Partner Country)
  • Focus on the national priorities set for the
    Partner Country.
  • Defined by the Ministries of Education in close
    consultation with the European Union Delegations.

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TEMPUS IV in Egypt
  • Started in 2008
  • 7 Projects in Egypt
  • 2009 Call for Proposal
  • 6 Projects in Egypt
  • 2010 Call
  • 4 Projects in Egypt

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TEMPUS IV in Egypt
  • 17 Projects selected (2008 - 2010)
  • About 17.5 Million Euro

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Universities Participation
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Partner Countries Participation
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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - Technology Management Integrated Modeling in
    Natural Resources A University-Enterprise
    Win-Win Partnership
  • Ain Shams University Grant Holder
  • Assiut University, EG
  • IHE-UNESCO, NL
  • Exeter University, UK
  • Martin-Luther University, Halle-Wittenberg,
    Germany, DE
  • SEKEM Development Foundation, EG
  • Universidade do Algarve , PT
  • The General Company for Research of Ground Water
    (REGWA), EG
  • Sohag University, EG
  • National Authority for Remote Sensing Space
    Sciences NARSS, EG 

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - University Chair on Innovation
  • Graz University of Technology Grant Holder
  • Delft University of Technology , NL
  • Politecnico di Milano, IT
  • United Nations Industrial Development
    Organisation (associated partner, co funding
    organisation), AT
  • Sekem Development Foundation, EG
  • RD Manager, Industrial Modernisation Center, EG
  • Aleppo University, SY
  • University Hassan II, MA
  • University of Sfax, TN
  • Saint Joseph University, LB
  • Cairo University, EG 

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • Strengthening Institutional Capacity in Arab
    countries
  • University of Alicante Grant Holder
  • Universidad Miguel Hernandez, ES
  • MA'TAH UNIVERSITY, JO
  • Leadership Agenda, UK
  • Accreditation Agency for Degree Programmes in
    Engineering, Informatics, the Natural Sciences
    and Mathematics ASIIN, DE
  • Directorate General of Higher Education, LB
  • Supreme Council of Universities, EG
  • Higher Education Accreditation Commission
    -Ministry of Education-, JO
  • Accreditation and quality assurance Commission
    -Ministry of Education Higher Education, PS
  • Ministery of National Education, MA
  • Association of arab universities, JO
  • Beirut Arab Univerty, LB
  • Modern University for Business and Science, LB
  • Alexandria University, EG
  • Helwan University, EG
  • Princess Sumaya Unverisity , JO
  • University of Newcatle, UK 

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - International Accreditation of Engineering
    Studies
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of
    Belgrade
  • The Ministry of Education and Sport of the
    Republic Serbia, RS
  • Technische Universität München, DE
  • German University in Cairo, EG
  • Technical University of Munich, RS
  • ASIIN Consult GmbH, DE
  • Imperial College London, UK
  • Technical University of Munich, DE
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya , ES
  • Robotina d.o.o. , SI
  • University Karlsruhe (TH), DE
  • Mihajlo Pupin Institute, RS
  • Informatika , RS
  • IvDam Process Control doo, Rep office of EMERSON
    Process Management for Serbia, Montenegro,
    Macedonia and Republic of Srpska, RS
  • University of Kragujevac, RS

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - ENTERPRISE-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP
  • The American University in Cairo Grant holder
  • Freie University Berlin, DE
  • Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien), AT
  • Linkoping University, SE
  • Politecnico di Torino, IT
  • Investors Association of 6th of October City, EG
  • Assuit University, EG
  • Helwan University, EG
  • Science and Technology Development Fund- Ministry
    of Higher Education, EG
  • Egyptian Patent Office, EG
  • Cairo University, EG

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - Masters of Engineering in Sound Vibration
  • Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH)
  • Ain Shams University, EG
  • Aalborg University, DK
  • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U.Leuven), BE
  • LMS International NV, BE
  • Braunstein Berndt GmbH, DE
  • Nile University, EG
  • Elaraby Group, EG
  • Helwan University, EG
  • Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs, EG
  • Housing Building National Research Center
    (HBRC), EG
  • Mechanical Electrical Research Institute,
    National Water Research Center , EG
  • Acoustical Society of Egypt, EG
  • Arab Academy for Science and Technology and
    Maritime Transport , EG

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TEMPUS IV 1st call Projects in Egypt
  • - Formation et réseau transmed en endoscopie et
    chirurgie
  • Université de la Méditerranée, Marseille - France
  • Université de Chieti - Gruppo Otologico Piacenza
    - Roma , Italie
  • Université de Crète, Héraklion - Crète
  • Entreprise Storz, Tuttlingen - Allemagne
  • Université d'Alger - Algérie
  • Université Tunis El Manar -Tunisie
  • Université d'Alexandrie - Egypte
  • Université Ain Shams, Le Caire - Egypte
  • Université Saint Joseph, Beyrouth - Liban
  • Université Libanaise, Beyrouth - Liban
  • Entreprise SPA Audio Medica International, Alger
    - Algérie

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Egyptian Neonatal Network for Training
    Paediatricians
  • Grantholder Mansoura University
  • Ain Shams University, Egypt
  • AL Azhar University, Egypt
  • Alexandria University, Egypt
  • Mansoura University, Egypt
  • Tanta University , Egypt
  • University of Liverpool, UK
  • University of the Basque country Medical School,
    Spain
  • University of Ulm, Germany

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Diploma Public Policy and Child Rights
  • Grantholder Cairo University
  • Assiut University
  • Cairo University
  • Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
  • Hashemite University, Jordan
  • Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands
  • Internationale Akademie für innovative
    Pädagogig, Psychologie und Ökonomie, Germany
  • Research in Practice, UK
  • The University of Jordan, Jordan
  • UNICEF Egypt
  • UNICEF Jordan, Jordan
  • University Maastricht, Netherlands
  • University of Bristol, UK

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projecst in Egypt
  • - Establishing A New Master Degree in Sustainable
    Crop Protection
  • Grantholder University of Torino, Italy
  • Ain Shams University
  • Assuit University
  • Kafr ElSheikh University
  • Mansoura University
  • South Valley University
  • Suez canal University
  • The Plant Protection Institute, Italy
  • The University of Lleida, Spain
  • TheMediterranean Agronomic-Institute of
    Chania(MAICh), Greece
  • Turin University, Italy
  • Zagazig University

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Leadership in Higher Education Management
  • Grantholder University of Wales Cardiff, UK
  • Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
  • Cadi Ayyad University in Marakesch, Morroco
  • Ain Shams University
  • Fayoum University
  • Ionian University, Greece
  • King Hassen II University, Morroco
  • Leadership Foundation, UK
  • Modern University of Business and Science,
    Lebanon
  • Superior Institute for Science and Technology,
    Morroco
  • The American University in Cairo
  • University of Aachen, Germany
  • University of Bari, Italy
  • University of Safx, Tunisia
  • University of Sousse, Tunisia

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Mediterranean Innovation Alliance (MEDINNOALL)
    1/2
  • Grantholder University of Alicante, Spain
  • Alexandria University
  • Alicante Chamber of Commerce, Spain
  • Confédéracion Générale des Entreprises du Maroc -
    Union Régionale du Centre Nord, Morroco
  • Ecole Normale Supérieure d'Enseignement
    Technologique d'Oran, Algeria
  • Fédération Nationale de la Mécanique (UTICA),
    Tunisia
  • Federation of Egyptian Chamber of Commerce
  • Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
  • Higher Institute of Technological Studies of
    Sousse, Tunisia
  • Higher Institute of Technology of Jendouba,
    Tunisia
  • Higher Institute of Technology of Zaghouan,
    Tunisia
  • Ministry of Higher Education, Morroco
  • Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research
    and Technology of Tunisia, Tunisia

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Mediterranean Innovation Alliance (MEDINNOALL)
    2/2
  • Oran Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Algeria
  • Saarland University, Germany
  • Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah University, Morroco
  • South Valley University, EG
  • Supreme Council of Universities
  • University Cadi Ayyad, Morroco
  • University Dr Tahar Moulay of Saida, , Algeria
  • University Mohammed V Soussi, Morroco
  • University of Evry-Val d'Essone, France
  • University of Helwan, EG
  • University of Mostaganem, , Algeria

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TEMPUS IV 2nd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Towards an Internationalisation of Higher
    Education Network for MEDA Region (TIES)
  • Grantholder University of Alicante, Spain
  • Beirut Arab University, Lebanon
  • Beni Sweef University
  • Mansoura University
  • Modern University for Business and Science,
    Lebanon
  • Philadelphia University, Jordan
  • Princess Sumaya University of Technology, Jordan
  • Sidi Mohamed ben Abdellah University, Morroco
  • Università Telematica Guglielmo Marconi, Italy
  • University Mohammed V Souissi, Morroco
  • University Mouloud Mammeri of Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria
  • University of Bejaia, Algeria
  • University of Kairouan, Tunisia
  • University of Sfax, Tunisia
  • University Piérre Mendès, France

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TEMPUS IV 3rd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Reorient University Curricula to Address
    Sustainability
  • Grand holder University of Crete
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
    GR
  • Mediterranean Information Office/MEdIES, GR
  • Stockholm University, SE
  • University of Padova, IT
  • University Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3, FR
  • Suez Canal University, EG
  • Heliopolis University for Sustainable
    Development, EG
  • Hashemite University, JO
  • University of Jordan, JO
  • Notre Dame University, LB
  • University of La Sagesse, LB
  • UNESCO Regional Bureau for Education in the Arab
    States Beirut,
  • League of Independent Activists, LB
  • SEKEM Development Foundation, EG Dublin City
    University, IE

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TEMPUS IV 3rd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Education for Sustainable Development beyond
    the Campus
  • Grand holder RWTH Aachen University
  • Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, AT
  • American University in Cairo, EG
  • UNESCO International Hydrological Programme DE
  • Centre of Studies, Information Education for
    the Environment, PT
  • INGENIEURGESELLSCHAFT DR.ING. NACKENMBH, DE
  • Cairo University, EG
  • Alexandria University, EG
  • Suez Canal University, EG
  • Fayoum University, EG
  • Zagazig University, EG
  • Heliopolis University, EG
  • ????? ??? ???????? EG
  • Bibliotheca Alexandrina, EG
  • Ministry of Higher Education, EG
  • Fayoum Governorate - Ministry of Education, EG
  • Wadi Environmental Science Centre, EG
  • SEKEM Development Foundation, EG

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TEMPUS IV 3rd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Advanced Engineering Systems Bridging the Gap
    between Academia and Industry
  • Grand holder UNIVERSITY OF OVIEDO
  • Hochschule Karlsruhe - Technik und Wirtschaft,
    DE
  • École Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et des
    Microtechniques,
  • Festo Didactic GmbH Co. KG, DE Ain Shams
    University, EG
  • Helwan University, EG
  • Procter and Gamble Company, EG
  • Arab Academy for Science, Technology and
    Maritime Transport, EG
  • 6th of October Investors' Association, EG
  • Engineering Export Council of Egypt, EG
  • Arab Science and Technology Foundation - Cairo
    Branch, EG
  • Nile University, EG

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TEMPUS IV 3rd Call Projects in Egypt
  • - Implementing a Scientific International master
    for biotechnology and neuroscience in the South
    Mediterranean area.
  • Grand holder Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux
    2
  • Alexandria University, EG
  • University of Senghor, EG
  • University Cadi Ayyad, MA
  • University Abdelmalek Essaâdi, MA
  • University Saint-Joseph, LB
  • University Saint Esprit of Kaslik, LB
  • Landau Network at Centro di Cultura Scientifica
    "A. Volta",
  • Universitat de Valencia Estudi General, ES
  • University Aix-Marseille 2, FR
  • University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis, FR
  • Association Neurex Alsace, FR
  • GDRI neurO, FR
  • University of Turin, IT

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  • Fourth Call for proposals

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Indicative roadmap for selection process 4th
Call for proposals
Steps Date
Publication of Fourth Tempus IV Call for Proposals 15 October 2010
Deadline for submission of applications 15 February 2011
Expert assessment March - end April 2011
Consultation of Ministries of Education in Partner Countries, EU Delegation and National Tempus offices June 2011
Award decision and publication of results July 2011
Preparation and signature of grant agreements End July to September 2011
Start of eligibility period 15 October 2011
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TEMPUS IV Indicative budget for projects selected
under 4th Call 48,7 million
Southern Mediterranean (ENPI South) 11.4 million
Eastern Europe/Caucasus (ENPI East) 11.4 million
Bilateral allocation for Russia (ENPI) 4.5 million.
Western Balkans (IPA) 12.4 million Albania 0.9 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2.2 Montenegro 1 Serbia 6.3 Kosovo under UNSC Resolution 1244/99 2
Central Asia (DCI) 9 million ( 1.8 million indicative per country)
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Novelties under the 4th Call for proposals
  • Main changes
  • 1- Eligible countries
  • The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is only
    eligible on a self-financing basis.
  • Libya is a new eligible Partner Country
  • 2- Relevance
  • Priority given to project proposals involving
    institutions that are new to the programme or
    have had limited participation in the previous
    calls for proposals
  • 3- Financial conditions
  • Institutional costs for student mobility are no
    longer eligible

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Novelties under the 4th Call for proposals
  • 4- Mandates
  • Scanned versions can be accepted
  • Ministries responsible for higher education in
    the Partner Countries may submit an endorsement
    letter at submission phase, however a signed
    mandate will be required if the application is
    selected for funding
  • 5- Sub-contracting
  • Costs for subcontracting should not to be shown
    under Staff costs or Travel costs but as
    Other costs or under Printing a Publishing.

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Submission of the applications E-form
  • Applications will be submitted on-line using the
    eForm Publication of a static version on the
    Tempus website by end November 2010 and an active
    version by mid-December 2010
  • On-line submitted eForm (including mandatory
    annexes) is considered to be the unique reference
    document for the submission deadline.
  • Mandatory annexes
  • - Declaration of Honour
  • - Workplan and Budget Excel Table
  • - Logical Framework Matrix

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Submission of the applications E-form
  • Paper copy by post
  • Complete paper copy of the eForm to be sent by
    post, including the supporting documents signed
    in original, by the same deadline as the on-line
    submission 15 February 2011 (date of postmark).
  • Original supporting documents
  • Declaration of honour by the legal representative
    of the applicant organisation
  • Budget (excel tables) and workplan
  • Logical Framework Matrix
  • Legal entity form
  • Bank identification form
  • Profit and loss accounts/ Balance sheet (if
    applicable)
  • Mandates Scanned versions can be accepted

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Recruitment of external experts for the
assessment of project proposals
  • Establishment of a list of experts from EU and
    Partner countries to assist in the framework of
    the management of the EU programmes in the fields
    of education.
  • Call for expression of interest published by the
    Agency
  • Deadline for the submission of applications 30
    June 2013
  • Update of the lists of eligible experts twice a
    year
  • More information
  • http//eacea.ec.europa.eu/about/call_experts/call_
    experts_2007_en.php

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Thank you for your attention!
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Part II Third call for proposals Overview on the
selection process and the results
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Main steps in the selection process
  • Process monitored by a Selection Committee
    (EACEA, Commission)
  • Reception of project proposals 9 March 2010
  • Eligibility check
  • Evaluation of proposals against award criteria by
    independent experts (Each application assessed by
    two different experts) (peer review)
  • Consultation on the shortlisted proposals
  • EU Delegations, NTOs and Ministries of Education
    in Partner Countries
  • Award decision

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Total number of applications received
  • Received applications
  • 450 proposals
  • 90 (20) PC co-ordinator (grant-holder)
  • Average budget size 950.000
  • Average consortium size 13 partners

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Breakdown of applications by target region (2010
vs 2009)
2010
2009
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Breakdown of received applications according to
type and thematic area
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Overview of selection progress by region
REGION Received applications Eligible proposals Above the 50 threshold Proposed for consultation Applications selected for funding
Western Balkans 81 73 64 47 20
Eastern Neighbouring area including the Russian Federation 177 166 138 80 13
South Neighbouring area 103 93 71 50 22
Central Asia 35 27 18 10 3
Multiregional 54 41 27 17 6
TOTAL (Selection 2010) 450 400 (88.88 of the total) 318 (70.66 of the total) 204 (45.33 of the total) 64 (14.22 of the total)

TOTAL (Selection 2009) 608 495 (81.41 of the total) 377 (62 of the total) 204 (33.55 of the total) 69 (11.34 of the total)
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Overview of selection progress on target regions
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Projects selected for funding
Region  Total National Multi-country JP SM
IPA 21 14 7 15 6
ENPI East 19 7 12 16 3
(including bilateral cooperation with Russian Federation) 19 7 12 16 3
ENPI South 23 11 12 19 4
ENPI South 23
DCI 8 1 7 6 2
DCI 8 1 2
TOTAL 64 33 31 50 14
Figures cannot be added. Multi-regional
projects are listed in each region concerned.
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Number of successful applicants from EU Member
States
62
Participation of Higher Education institutions
from EU Member States in selected projects
63
Number of successful applicants from the Tempus
Partner Countries
64
Participation of Higher Education institutions
from Partner Countries in selected projects
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Overview of the results of the
third call for proposals
450 applications received 400 eligible 64
proposals recommended for funding 18 proposals
have Partner Countries as co-ordinator (28 of
the selected projects) 50 Joint Projects 14
Structural Measures (22) 31 proposals are
multi-country (48) 33 proposals are natinal
(52) 848.000 average budget size 14 partner
institutions average consortium size
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Selection Results/Tempus IV
1st Call 2nd Call 3rd Call
Proposals recommended for funding 76 69 64
Proposals with Partner Country co-ordinators 18 (23,6) 15 (21) 18 (28)
Joint Projects 63 (82,8) 50 (72,5) 50 (78)
Structural measures 13 (17,2) 19 (27,5) 14 (22)
Multi-country projects 46 (60,5) 34 (49) 31 (48)
National projects 30 (39,5) 35 (51) 33 (52)

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Part IV Tempus management by EACEA
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Tempus Management by the Education, Audiovisual
and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
  • Since 1 April 2009 the Tempus programme is
    managed by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture
    Executive Agency.
  • Executive Agencies were established by the
    European Commission to implement and to manage
    programmes and projects.
  • They work under the supervision of the European
    Commission.

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Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive
Agency (EACEA)
  • Fully operational since January 2006.
  • Management of European actions in the fields of
  • Education and training
  • Citizenship
  • Youth
  • Audiovisual
  • Culture

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Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive
Agency (EACEA)
Budget 2010 613 millions euros
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Management of the Tempus programme
  • EACEA
  • A single interlocutor for the whole project cycle
  • Calls for proposals
  • Selection of proposals
  • Contractualisation and funding
  • Financial and content monitoring

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Management of the Tempus programme
  • Under supervision of
  • DG EuropeAid (for Southern and Eastern
    neighbouring area, Central Asia) and DG
    Enlargement (for Western Balkans)
  • DG External Relations and DG Education and
    Culture closely associated

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