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REGIONAL & CROSS-CUTTING PRIORITIES for JOINT & STRUCTURAL PROJECTS

Erasmus+ KA2 – Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE)


Call for Proposals 2020 - EAC/A02/2019
I. Cross-Cutting Priorities:
1. Preference will be given to the diversification of projects within a given region, in terms of overall and specific objectives, activities, target groups and consortium compositions.
2. Special attention will be given to projects addressing the integration in Higher Education of refugees from conflict affected countries.
3. Priority will be given to projects addressing climate change prevention, adaption and mitigation strategies.
II. Regional Priorities:
Project type Valid ONLY for JOINT PROJECTS Valid for JOINT PROJECTS / STRUCTURAL PROJECTS Valid for JOINT PROJECTS / STRUCTURAL PROJECTS

Project category 1. Curriculum Development 2. Improving management and operation of Higher Education Institutions 3. Developing the Higher Education sector within society at large

and mobilisation of stakeholders including teachers, learners, economic and social partners

Including evidence-based policies, financing of education, governance, quality assurance of


Support to the modernisation of Higher Education systems through the development of open
Such as the development of mechanisms and benchmarks for quality assucrance in different

Actions which target reforms in vocational and technical vocational education and training

Such as reforming in-service training for teachers and reforms to the teaching profession

educational resources, connectivity, the acquisition of digital skills and learning methods
Such as support services for student mobility, student counselling and guidance, social
Governance, strategic planning and management of higher education institutions

Such as support for students' practical placement, entrepreneurship, employability of


Development of school and vocational education at post-secondary non-tertiary
institutes and colleges which are offering tertiary education but are not universities

public and private higher education sector, introduction of transparency tools and
Including recognition mechanisms and mobility, international relations capacities

Such as reinforcing links between education, research and business


Modernisation of curriculum by developing new and innovative

Definition, implementation and monitoring of reform policies


courses and methodologies in the Subject areas as defined for

Recognition of qualifications and Qualification frameworks


Equity, access to and democratisation of higher education
each Partner Country below.

Including disadvantaged groups of people and regions


Internationalisation of higher education institutions

Development of research and innovation capacities


The curriculum development project can include elements as follows:

Such as human resource and financial management

Non-University sector at tertiary education level


• Reform of degree programmes (introduction of three-cycle

segments of HE (academic contents and services)


Quality assurance processes and mechanisms
competency based degree programmes, credit transfer, Diploma
supplement, etc.)

Lifelong learning, continuing education


• Learning and teaching tools, methodologies and pedagogical

services, academic affairs, libraries, etc.

New technologies in higher education


approaches including learning outcomes and ICT-based practices

University-enterprise cooperation
(inter alia, flexible learning paths, blended courses, virtual and real

Knowledge triangle, innovation


mobility, practical placements etc.)

Excluding research activities


• Multidisciplinarity / Interdisciplinarity

standards and guidelines


University services

education level

graduates, etc.
Select the Region 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Education
REGION 1
Physical sciences;
Western Balkans
Engineering and engineering trades;
Albania,
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary; X X X X X X X
Bosnia & Herzegovina Kosovo*
Health;
Montenegro
Transport services;
Environment
Education;
REGION 2
Social and behavioural science;
Eastern Partnership countries
Law;
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus,
Physical sciences; X X X X X X X
Georgia, Moldova, Territory of
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Ukraine [as recognised by
Health;
international law]
Environment

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Education;
Social and behavioural science;
Arts;
REGION 3
Law;
South-Mediterranean countries
Business and administration;
Algeri , Egypt, Israel**, Jordan, X X X X X X X
Information and communications technologies;
Lebanon, Libya, Morocco,
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Palestine***, Syria, Tunisia
Health;
Environment;
Security services

Education;
Social and behavioural science;
Biological and related sciences;
Physical sciences;
REGION 4
Information and communications technologies;
Territory of Russia [as recognised by X X X X X X
Engineering and engineering trades;
international law]
Architecture and construction;
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Health;
Personal services

Education;
Arts;
Humanities (except languages);
Social and behavioural science;
Journalism and information;
REGION 6
Business and administration;
Asia
Law;
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan,
Physical sciences;
Cambodia, China, DPR Korea, India,
Mathematics and statistics; X X X X X X X X X
Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives,
Information and Communication Technologies;
Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan,
Engineering and engineering trades;
Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and
Manufacturing and processing;
Vietnam
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Health;
Personal services;
Environment;
Transport services

Social and behavioural science;


Business and administration;
Law;
REGION 7 Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Central Asia Environment;
X X X X X X X
Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Arts;
Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan Journalism and information;
Mathematics and statistics;
Information and Communication Technologies;
Manufacturing and processing

Education;
Arts;
REGION 8
Humanities (except languages);
Latin America
Business and administration;
Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile,
Law;
Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, X X X X X X
Information and Communication Technologies;
El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras,
Manufacturing and processing;
Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama,
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Paraguay, Perú, Uruguay, Venezuela
Health;
Environment

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Education;
Humanities (except languages);
Social and behavioural science;
Journalism and information;
REGION 9
Law;
Gulf countries X X X X X X X
Engingeering and engineering trades;
Iran, Iraq, Yemen
Architecture and construction;
Health;
Environment;
Security services

REGION 10
(see National Priorities)
South Africa

Education;
Biological and related sciences;
Physical sciences;
Engineering and engineering trades;
REGION 11
Manufacturing and processing; X X X X X X X
ACP Countries
Agriculture, forestry, fisheries and veterinary;
Health;
Environment;
Arts;
Humanities (except languages)

* This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244 and the ICJ Opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.

**Only Israeli entities having their place of establishment within Israel’s pre-1967 borders will be considered eligible as applicant or partner organisations; the place of establishment is understood to be the legal address where the entity is registered, as confirmed by a precise postal address corresponding to a concrete physical location.

***This designation shall not be construed as recognition of a State of Palestine and is without prejudice to the individual positions of the Member States on this issue.

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