Erasmus+ offers opportunities for students to study and staff to teach or train in higher education institutions (HEIs) beyond Europe. It also makes available the same opportunities for staff and students from countries beyond Europe to come to participating HEIs in Europe. This is known as International Credit Mobility (ICM) and this is an activity under Key Action 1 (KA107).
Under this mobility, students at any level are able to study abroad for a limited period of 3 to 12 months for which credits are obtained. After the mobility phase, the students return to their sending institution to complete their studies and get recognition for the obtained credits. Similarly, staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad for up to 2 months.
Regular mobilities duration are 5 months for students and 7 days for staff, but may vary depending on the country and call, so please consult the current call for further information about placements offer.
Filipinas fue colonia española durante más de tres siglos. Esta unión entre ambas culturas significó para las islas asiáticas una serie de legislaciones comunes, que a día de hoy siguen vigentes.
Erasmus + KA107 from Tunisia and Iran at UMA, have participated in the GENERA workshop, organized by University of Malaga and Mujeres por Africa Foundation. This program, in which more than twenty students participated, all of them women from Africa and Europe, has included three days of sessions and round tables, focused on women’s entrepreneourship. As a secondary objective, friendship bonds have been created among the participants that are expected to last over time, fostering cultural exchange between women from both continents.
Prof. Gregory Patience, from the Department of Chemical Engineering of Polytechnique Montréal, is visiting Malaga University this week.
Prof. Patience is the Chair of the Canada Research Chair in High Temperature, and High Pressure Heterogeneous Catalysis.
Si eres estudiante o personal de la Universidad de Málaga, ya puedes solicitar una estancia en una universidad no europea para el curso 2019/2020 dentro del programa ERASMUS+ ICM KA107.
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