International university education and management projects

International funding programmes

Staff of TU Wien can take part in various international cooperation programmes in the field of higher education and management. Participation in these projects not only enables you to exchange expertise and experience on the international level, but also to obtain external funds for realising your project ideas.

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Information regarding EU projects published on the website of the International Office relates solely to international higher education and management projects.

Information on research projects can be found on the websites of the department „RTI Support (Research, Technology, Innovation), opens an external URL in a new window“.

 

Please find below a list of the most important funding programmes for international higher education and management projects:

Austria - Slovakia Initiative

  • General objective: Mobility grants for students, teachers and researchers as well as project grants to strengthen bilateral cooperations aiming at development of sustainbale  partnerships;
  • Eligible countries: Austria + Slovakia
  • Deadlines for project applications: 15 March, 15 May, 15 October
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Austria - Czech Republic Initiative

  • General objective: Mobility grants for students, teachers and researchers as well as project grants to strengthen bilateral cooperations aiming at development of sustainbale  partnerships;
  • Eligible countries: Austria +  Czech Republic
  • Deadlines for project applications: 15 April, 15 September, 31 October
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Austria - Hungary Initiative

  • General objective: Mobility grants for students, teachers and researchers as well as project grants to strengthen bilateral cooperations aiming at development of sustainbale  partnerships;
  • Eligible countries: Austria + Hungary
  • Deadlines for project applications: 15 March, 15 May, 30 October
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APPEAR III

General objective: APPEAR is a programme of the Austrian Development Agency (ADA), opens an external URL in a new window. The overall objective is to strengthen the scientific foundation and institutional capacities in higher education, research and management in the partner countries through academic partnerships with Austrian higher education institutions and master’s and PhD scholarships.

Eligible countries: Österreich + elf Schwerpunktländern der ADA: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Uganda, Mozambique, Bhutan, Palestine, Armenia, Georgia, Albania, Kosovo, and Republic of Moldova.

Application deadline: 31 May 2022

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CEEPUS - Networks

  • Generall objective: A mobility programmes for students and teachers in Central and Eastern Europa, supported by BMBWF. The mobility is performed in the framework of networks focused on specific areas of science/research;
  • Eligible countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Kosovo (with University Prishtina), Croatia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Austria, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Hungary
  • Deadline for project applications: 15 January
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Erasmus+  2021-2027
Call for applications 2022

Erasmus+, opens an external URL in a new window is an EU programme for education, training, youth and sport that opens up many opportunities for international cooperation. You can find detailed information on these cooperation opportunities and eligibility criteria in:

Actions in the field of higher education:

Erasmus Mundus Action

  • Lot 1: Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters (EMJM)
    Objective: At least three universities from three different countries offer a joint, integrated and accredited master’s course (= Joint Programme), during which students complete their study programme at several locations in Europe and worldwide. At the end of their studies, students receive a double, multiple or joint degree.
  • Lot 2: Erasmus Mundus Design Measures (EMDM)
    Objective: This funding option supports the development of new joint master’s degree programmes.

Deadline for applications: 16 February 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application to the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA) in Brussels (central procedure).
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Capacity Building in Higher Education

  • Strand 1: Fostering access to cooperation in higher education
    Objective: To facilitate access to capacity building projects for newcomers from third countries, to reduce the internationalization differences in HE at institutions from the same country / region.
  • Strand 2: Partnerships for transformation in higher education
    Objective: To modernize higher education institutions in third countries by promoting reforms, e.g. introducing new learning programmes and learning methods, reforming the administration and management of higher education institutions.
  • Strand 3: Structural reform projects
    Objectives: To strengthen the capacities of the bodies in third countries responsible for higher education, efficient and effective policy-making, promotion of common regional strategies in higher education.

Deadline for applications: 17 February 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application to the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA) in Brussels (central procedure).
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European Universities

  • Topic 1: Intensification of prior deep institutional transnational cooperation
    Objectives: To support already existing deep institutional transnational cooperation alliances including, but not limited to, the European Universities alliances selected under the 2019 Erasmus+ call for proposals. The aim is to build upon the institutional cooperation achieved so far and to further deepen, intensify and expand the effectiveness of this existing cooperation. New higher education institutions have the opportunity to join these existing alliances as full partners.
  • Topic 2: Development of new deep institutional transnational cooperation
    Objectives: To support applicants wishing to establish new deep institutional transnational cooperation in a new ‘European Universities’ alliance.

Deadline for applications: 22 March 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application to the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA) in Brussels (central procedure).
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Cooperation Partnerships:

Objectives: Development, transfer and implementation of innovative practices, new modules and curricula as well as joint initiatives to promote thematic cooperation at European level.
Deadline for applications: 23 March 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application on behalf of all project partners to the national Erasmus + agency in its country.
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Alliances for Innovation

  • Lot 1: Alliances for Education and Enterprises
  • Lot 2: Alliances for Sectoral Cooperation on Skills (implementing the ‘Blueprint’)

Objective: To strengthen Europe’s innovation capacity by boosting innovation through cooperation and flow of knowledge among higher education, vocational education and training, and the broader socio-economic environment, including research; Development of curricula; Development of a sense of initiative and entrepreneurial mind-sets in the EU.
Deadline for applications: 15 September 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application to the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA) in Brussels (central procedure).
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Jean Monnet Actions and Networks

  • Jean-Monnet - Modules
  • Jean-Monnet - Chairs
  • Jean-Monnet - Centres of Excellence

Objective: The Jean Monnet Actions in Higher Education support teaching and research in EU studies around the world. The scope of EU studies can vary as long as the EU perspective is examined. EU studies should promote active citizenship and European values and address the EU's role in a globalized world by creating greater awareness of EU concerns and promoting future engagement and dialogue between peoples and cultures.
Deadline for applications:
1 March 2022
Application: The coordinating institution submits the application to the European Executive Agency for Education and Culture (EACEA) in Brussels (central procedure).

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ASEA-UNINET

EURASIA-PACIFIC-UNINET

  • General objective: Support of projects in the fields of research, research-based teaching and arts, as well as technology cooperation (funding is provided especially for travel and accommodation costs);
  • Eligible countries: Austria + EPU-countries in Asia and the Pacific region
  • Deadline for project applications: December 20, 2020
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Taiwan-Austria

The Programme Taiwan-Austria is financed by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) of Austria and the Ministry of Education (MOE) of Taiwan.

  • General objective: to stimulate joint activities and to contribute to direct collaborations among higher education and research institutions in Taiwan and Austria.
  • Eligible countries: Austria + Taiwan
  • Eligible costs: Travel and subsistence costs as well as material costs.
  • Deadline for project applications: May 31, 2022
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Collaborative Doctoral Partnership - call 2020

The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission has published the call 2020 for expressions of interest for the Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships in 13 different scientific fields.

The aim of the programme is to establish collaborations with Higher Education Institutions from EU Member States and countries associated to the EU Research Programme Horizon 2020, and to offer opportunities to a new generation of doctoral students, with particular focus on research for policy-making.

Expired deadline for applications:  May 20,  2020

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