To be eligible
To be eligible to participate in the programme you must be a citizen of the Asian countries covered by this project.
The mobility will take place from Asia to Europe only.
No intra-european or intra-asian mobility can be funded under the EMA2 scheme.
Perpective candidates eligible to apply are:
- Students, researchers, academic staff with relevant documents stating their citizenship, study level, proficiency in the language of instruction.
- They must be able to produce the documents certifying the academic level and titles needed to enrol to the chosen study course or programme at the host university.
- Must have sufficient knowledge of the language of the courses or of one of the languages currently spoken in the hosting countries.
Some universities may require additional documentation, depending on National or Institutional regulations, or entry/language tests such as Toefl-test.
For mor details on requirements, please see programme information at the host university you are interested in.
To be eligible, third-country undergraduate and master students as well as doctoral and post-doctoral candidates:
- Must have not resided nor have carried out their main activity (studies, work, etc) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in one of the European countries at the time of submitting their application to the partnership;
- For Target Group 1 (TGI): applicants need to be registered at one of the third-country HEIs within the partnership at the time of submitting their application to the partnership. Undergraduate students must have
- For Target Group 2 (TGII): applicants need either to be registered in a HEI (not included in the partnership) of the third-country concerned by the lot or having obtained a university degree or equivalent by an institution of these third-countries.
- For Target Group 3 (TGIII): applicants need to be nationals of one of the third-countries concerned by the lot and be part of the vulnerable target groups.
Transcripts of records or diplomas are required. Please note that specific courses or programmes may have additional entry requirements.
You are eligible to apply as exchange student if you have successfully completed at least one year of undergraduate studies in your home institution.
Degree seeking undergraduates (Target group 2 or Target group 3 only) must refer to the elective University and the National Embassy of the hosting country to check deadlines and entry basic requirements of the higher education system.
You are eligible to apply if you have completed your BA studies and have the requested eligibility for the course or programme you are applying for.
For target group 1 students currently enrolled in a BA programme planning to complete their studies before the specific Master programme starts may also apply but their home university must state the authenticity of this information. Their acceptance is subject to the attainment of graduation. Please CHECK the website of each partner university concerning the master programmes special requirements.
You are eligible to apply if you have completed a Master programme or have started your PhD studies already. Some universities have special programmes for their PhD students and some special courses that you need to apply for. Please note that you need to identify your research areas in your application.
Full PhD programmes may require an additional call launched at local level by the hosting institution.
Only the full admission by the Doctoral schools will confirm you are entitled to the mobility grant.
Must have a contact at a partner university to produce a suitable Research programme and Recommandation letters to be assessed by the project Selection board and access to the final selection.
Post docs are experienced researchers who have concluded a PhD programme or have at least three years of full time research experience, after having obtained the title to access a doctoral programme.
The post-doctorate mobility is meant to carry out research, training and/or following up highly specialized courses.
Teaching and administrative personnel working or associate at one of the partner universities in the consortium is eligible to apply.
Academic staff mobility refers to training, teaching and/or research activities performed by academic staff of partner universities in host institutions which are members of the partnership (TG1). Academic staff undertaking a period of teaching, training or research in a partner university must work in or be associated with one of the participating institutions. Academic staff must have the nationality of one of the eligible countries and be fully integrated into the department or faculty of the host institution(s). The academic staff exchange should meet the following criteria:
- the home and host universities and the individual teachers should agree on the programme of lectures to be delivered by the visiting teachers, on the research activities or type of training to be followed
- the exchange may constitute a post-per- post exchange or a one-way visitor flow to or from a third country, the mobility from Europe is not covered by the EU grant.
- the mobility should ensure that the visiting teacher's contributions will be an integral part of a diploma programme of the host institution
- lead to the production of new teaching material
- be used to consolidate and extend links between departments and faculties and to prepare for future cooperation projects between the sending and host university
- help strengthen the international cooperation departments in the foreign university
- lead to progresses in the application of ECTS or other systems for recognition of studies in the partner institution
Due to the special nature of this mobility, the Academic Staff need a Work Programme and an Endorsement letter with an invitation before applying.
If you do not have a colleague at the host university you must contact the OMS coordinator at the partner university to check the feasibility of the exchange.
The objectives of "academic staff mobility" must be:
- to provide academic staff with opportunities for professional and personal development, through the possibility of doing practical training, research or teaching assignments in a partner institution
- to encourage universities to broaden and enrich the range and content of courses they offer
- to prepare the path to future student monility and joint research projects/programmes
- to allow students to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of academic staff from universities in participating in the partnership
- to consolidate links between institutions in different countries
- to promote exchange of expertise and experience on teachinh and researchig methodology
- to strengthen the capacity for international cooperation
- to prepare long-term recognition of studies between institutions through ECTS (European credit transfer system) or other compatible systems.