Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees are high-level internationalstudy programmes, jointly delivered by multiple higher education institutions. The Erasmus Mundus programme includes studies in at least two different countries. Students have access to considerable scholarships and they receive a degree from at least two European higher education institutions after graduation.

Summer courses in Finnish language and culture in Finland

Courses on Finnish language and culture for students of Finnish in foreign universities

Jean Monnet Activities

The Jean Monnet Activities have been a part of the European Union's Erasmus+ Programme since 1989. Jean Monnet supports teaching and research related to the European Union. The activities are open for higher education institutions as well as organisations and associations working in the field of higher education worldwide.

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Erasmus+ for higher education team helps you in all questions related to higher education sector's Erasmus+ management. You can contact us at!
Information meeting

Erasmus+ for Higher Education: KA2 Webinar for applicants

Time and location:
28.11.2019 09.30–12.00
Presentation on Erasmus+ Key Action 2 (KA2) cooperation projects for higher education sector and introduction to the following project types: Strategic Partnerships Knowledge Alliances Jean Monnet...

Capacity Building for Higher Education (CBHE) projects

Capacity Building projects in the field of higher education in the Erasmus+ Programme support the modernisation, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in EU-external Partner Countries.

European Universities

The European Universities Initiative within the Erasmus+ Programme includes close and ambitious cooperation between higher education networks, increased student and staff mobility and strengthening the connections between education, research and innovations. The goal for the initiative is to promote fact-based economy, employment and welfare in Europe.

Strategic Partnerships

The Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships improve the internationalisation and quality of higher education. They are need-based and goal-oriented projects which can further develop innovative practices, materials as well as tools for teaching and learning. The projects can also improve the labour market relevance of higher education.
Information meeting

Guidance for Applicants of Strategic Partnerships

Time and location:
30.1.2020 09.30–11.30
Webinar for applicants of Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships in the field of Higher Education applying in the 2020 Call (deadline 24 March 2020). The language of the webinar is English.

Support for the internationalisation of higher education

The Finnish National Agency for Education supports international cooperation between higher education institutions through different funding programmes. An essential part of both the internationally and nationally financed programmes is network cooperation.
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