All Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) located in an eligible country must apply to this call for proposals to get the new Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the new Programme. HEIs that are currently holding a valid Erasmus University Charter must also apply.
The HEIs are encouraged to read carefully the application manual and the annotated guidelines to the new charter and to start preparing their application well before the deadline.
SPECIFIC CALL FOR PROPOSALS — EAC/S06/13:
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) call for proposals 2014 has been published on 23 March 2013 in the Official Journal, 2013/C 85/07 and is available under the following link:
Deadline for proposal submission
15 May 2013, 12:00 midday Brussels time for the mandatory electronic submission
- The electronic “Erasmus Charter for Higher Education" application form is completed and submitted by the deadline as set in the Call for proposals;
- The correct “Erasmus Charter for Higher Education" application form is used;
- The application is written in one of the 23 official languages of the European Union;
- The applicant is established within one of the eligible countries;
- The applicant institution is recognised as a higher education institution by the National Authorities of the country where it is located;
- The application is not submitted by a consortium;
- The Part E "Endorsement of the application" bears the signature of the legal representative of the institution together with the stamps or seals of the institution.
Award of Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE)
The final decision on the award of the Charter or rejection of the application will be taken by the European Commission, on the basis of the recommendations of the ECHE Evaluation Committee, composed of a panel of European Commission and Executive Agency officials.
Language of the application
The ECHE Online Application Form is available in English, French and German.
The ECHE application itself can be completed in any one of the official languages of the European Union.
If the chosen language of completion is not English, French or German, the Erasmus Policy Statement – Overall strategy must be provided both in the chosen language of completion AND in either English, French or German. A separate box will open for the translated text.