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Erasmus Mundus - External Cooperation Window


As the EU is preparing to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Erasmus programme, the European Commission launched, on 11 December a new Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window open to the EU's neighbours (Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, West Bank and Gaza Strip, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Moldova, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine), to Russia, Central Asian countries (Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan) and also to Iran, Iraq and Yemen.

The first call for proposals will allow a total of 1,300 scholarships, of which 110 will be dedicated to Iran, Iraq and Yemen. These scholarships will facilitate the mobility of undergraduate, master, doctorate and post-doctoral students between countries and the EU, as well as exchanges of academic staff for the purposes of teaching, training and research

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