Industrialised Countries Instrument
Co-operation in Higher Education and Training between the European Union, Australia and the Republic of Korea
Call for proposals 2010
The selection process has been completed for the Call for proposals EACEA/14/2010 in the context of the ICI-ECP programme.
The final list of selected projects can be seen below.
All institutions/applicants participating in this call for proposals are being informed by the Executive Agency in writing about the detailed results of the evaluation of their applications. This information, including specific comments based upon the opinion of the independent experts, is communicated individually to successful and unsuccessful applicants. Please be aware that this note does not entitle you to a grant from the EACEA. The Agency will be legally bound only when the authorised representative from your organisation has signed a grant agreement for your project and when an original copy has been received by the Agency. The Agency invites selected applicants to complete the formalities necessary for the grant awards to be confirmed via Grant Agreements.
List of selected projects
Description of selected projects
Official notification of results sent to applicants: End October/beginning November
Contractualisation of approved projects: November
First projects start: December
For Joint Mobility Projects (JMP) and Joint Degree Projects (JDP)
The Industrialised Countries Instrument (ICI) promotes co-operation between the European Union and seventeen industrialised and other high-income countries and territories in North America, the Asia-Pacific region and the Gulf region (Note 1). One of the supported specific actions promotes "people-to-people links" with the aim to enhance mutual understanding between cultures and to facilitate the exchange of knowledge.
This 2010 ICI-ECP Call for Proposals supports co-operation with Australia and the Republic of Korea by means of Joint Degree and Joint Mobility projects. Such projects focus on structured exchanges of students and faculty members; and on the joint development of joint, or shared curricula and joint study programmes, as well as on the award of joint or double degrees in the case of Joint Degree projects.
All Joint Degree and Joint Mobility projects must address: development of innovative international curricula; student services, language and cultural preparation; organisational frameworks for student mobility and faculty members' mobility; evaluation; sustainability and dissemination.
The Call is open to higher education institutions, to training institutions and to consortia of higher education and/or training institutions. Eligible applicants must be from one of the Partner Countries and from one of the 27 countries of the European Union.
The total budget available for the co-financing of projects amounts to approximately EUR 2.5 million. Comparable funding will be provided by the Partner Countries in accordance with the rules applicable for each of them. It is anticipated that three to four projects EU - Australia, and three to four projects EU –Republic of Korea will be funded in 2010, from which at least 2 are planned to be Joint Degree projects.
The deadline for submission of applications is 6th September 2010. Applications bearing a postmark after this date will not be considered. They must be submitted both to the EU and to the implementing institutions in Australia (Australian Department of Education – DEEWR) and in the Republic of Korea (Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – MEST).
The Applications on behalf of the EU lead institution must be sent to the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, to the following address:
The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
EU-ICI Call for Proposals 2010
Avenue du Bourget n°1 – BOUR 02/17
B – 1140 Brussels – BELGIUM
Applications on behalf of the EU lead institution must be submitted on the correct form, duly completed, signed by the person authorised to enter into legally binding commitments on behalf of the applicant organisation and dated.
Australian applications and supporting documents should be sent by registered mail to:
Mr Steve Nerlich
Research, Analysis and Europe Section (C72NB3)
Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
GPO Box 9880
Canberra ACT 2601
Korean applications and supporting documents should be sent by registered mail to:
ICI Education Co-operation Programme
Youngki YOON, Deputy Director
Global Human Resource Division
Ministry of Education, Science and Technology
55, Sejong-no, Jongno-gu, Seoul,
Republic of Korea 110-760
Applications must be submitted using the form provided and they have to include all the annexes and information requested.
4. Background information about the programme:
* Traduction officieuse – la version originale anglaise faisant foi
** Halbamtliche Übersetzung; das englischsprachige Original ist maßgebend.
Note 1: See Council Regulation 1934/2006 of 21 December 2006 establishing a financing instrument for cooperation with industrialised and other high-income countries and territories.