PCI Latin-America, Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa 2009 call
Other years calls
Call of the Programme of Interuniversity Cooperation (PCI) with Latin-America, Morocco and Tunisia
Resolution of the Programme of Interuniversity Cooperation "Intercampus 2004" with Latin-América
Resolution of the Spanish-Moroccan Programme of Interuniversity Cooperation 2004.
Resolution of the Spanish-Tunisian Programme of Interuniversity Cooperation 2004
The Alban Scholarship programme aims at the reinforcement of the European Union-Latin America cooperation in the area of Higher Education and covers postgraduate studies (Master and Doctorate) as well as higher specialized training for Latin-American professionals and/or future decision-makers in Institutions or Centres in the European Union. More information
The " MAE-AECI Scholarships" offered by the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims at the accomplishment of training, studies, generally postgraduate or third cycle studies for graduate students (and, in some cases, undergraduates) Spaniards and foreigners to study in Spain and abroad. More information
The Jean Monnet action "European Integration University Studies", is a European Commission information project whose aim is to facilitate the introduction of European integration studies in Universities by means of start-up studies.
The term European integration studies is taken to mean the study of the process of construction of the European Union, in particular, the study of its institutional legal political, economic and social development related to this process. More information
The Tempus Programme is one of a number of European programmes designed to help the process of social and economic reform and/or development in the partner countries.
The Tempus programme focuses on the development of the Higher Education system in these countries through cooperation with institutions from the member states of the European community. The programme is based on the understanding that higher education institutions are of particular importance for the social and economic transition processes as well as cultural development; they are also pools of expertise and of human resources and provide the training of new generations of political leaders.
The programme aims at the development of higher education systems in the partner countries and the promotion of their interaction with civil society and industry. Tempus does not offer research grants.
The Tempus awards these sorts of grants:
Grants to groups of universities cooperating together ("consorcia") two or three year periods to achieve objectives set out in structured projects known within the Tempus programme as Joint European Project. Four types are available:
Curriculum Development Projects focus on the content and method of teaching in higher education institutions in the partner countries. The aim is to create or update existing courses and to enhance the skills of teaching staff.
- University Management Projects focus on the restructuring of the management, organization and administration of universities.
- Training Courses for Institution Building focus on developing the administrative and institutional structures of the partner countries through the provision of courses aimed at improving the practical knowledge and updating the skills of non-academic staff.
Multiplier projects focus on a broader dissemination of Tempus project outputs through networks in order to widen the impact of the results and experiences of completed projects.
Preparation for a Joint European Project.
Participation in a determinate event.
Retraining or study period, collaboration on a specific academic subject, dissemination of good practice or training.
The institutions and organisations that participate in the programme range from institutions of higher education to non academic institutions such as non-government organizations, business companies, industries and public authorities.