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Travelling to the EU from Myanmar (Burma)
Educational assistance is one of the EU's top priorities in Myanmar. Co-operation in higher learning is vital to foster stronger and enduring partnership and exchanges of know-how between nations around the globe. Erasmus Plus is the EUR 16. an EU-funded educational, vocational and sporting activities program for higher learning, student and non-EU employees.
The Erasmus + project is carried out by the EU-ACEA. Erasmus + provides two opportunities for individuals to choose to study in Europe: the first is the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees (EMJMDs) fellowship program, which provides an excellent way to find out more about Europe's culture, language, academic system and, last but not least, some of the best colleges in Europe.
A second option is Student Credit Mobility, which allows the student to spend 3-12 month studying at another foreign higher education establishment and recognizing credit at their home school. Please consult your university's Bureau of Friendship and Development to find out if your organisation has entered into an Erasmus + co-operation arrangement to participate in the LL.
When your university has a co-operation contract with an EU member, you can request a scholarship for a 5-day to 2-month term at one of the member universities. Please consult your university's Bureau of Friendship and Development to find out if your organisation has entered into a co-operation contract under Erasmus +. Scientists can also submit applications as visiting professors for the ongoing Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses by directly addressing the respective consortium (link to the EMJMDs).
You are a PhD student and would like to take part in a Ph. D. program? They are eligible to receive a scholarship for a joint Erasmus Mundus program run by a syndicate of universities in Europe and beyond. Erasmus + provides a variety of cooperation possibilities for universities in additon to the above mentioned possibilities.
In order for students and personnel to be able to move, for example, inter-institutional arrangements need to be concluded between universities and consortia set up by the EMJMDs. There are also chances for capability development pro-jects, know-how coalitions, sectoral competence coalitions and strategical partnership for universities. Erasmus + Call for Propositions offers all these possibilities.
The Erasmus + Programme Guide can be downloaded to find out more about the call's priority and the application process. In order to keep up to date on all financing possibilities under the new call, please consult the EACEA website and the Facebook page of the EU delegation in Myanmar. For more information about the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association, please go to www.em-a.eu.
The following frequently asked questions are extracts from the Erasmus+ for students and staff. Burma is an EU partner nationality and Myanmar citizens fall under the third countries and are therefore entitled to Erasmus + funding. If I can do an Erasmus+ internship or studies abroad, how do I know?
In order to be able to go abroad, you must be enrolled at a university and complete a course of higher learning that leads to a recognized diploma or another recognized university diploma such as Bachelor, Master or Doctorate. It must be in one of the Erasmus+ higher learning centres.
Your higher educational establishment determines the eligibility requirements for studying or training abroad with Erasmus+. If my higher educational establishment does not have an arrangement with a higher educational establishment in a student loan country, what are the possibilities? You are not entitled to loan mobilisation without an interinstitutional arrangement between the two institutions.
Erasmus+ also offers other possibilities internationally, such as Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees and Joint Doctorates. What is the value of the Student Credit Mobility grant? PhD and PhD theses from partner countries can get a free of charge fee of between 750 and 850 Euro per month, dependent on the costs of life in the programme country.