Application process

Application process

Target groups

Target Group 1 = Students and Staff from Asian Partner universities

Students, and staff registered in one of the HEIs that is a member of the partnership.  

    • for Information on the number of places available, please check the mobility table in the attachment

Target Group 2 = Students and Staff from Associate institutions / organizations

Nationals of the third countries concerned by the geographical lot, who are registered in a higher education institution of these countries that is not included in the partnership, or who have obtained a university degree or equivalent by an institution of these countries. This includes the possibility of providing mobility opportunities to third-country nationals working in public administration, public and private enterprises.  

    • for Information on the number of places available, please check the mobility table in the attachment

Target Group 3 = Persons in vulnerable situations = disabled or economically disadvantaged people or indigenous population

Nationals of the third countries concerned by the geographical lot who are in particularly vulnerable situations, for social and political reasons. For example:

1) having a refugee status or asylum beneficiaries (international or according to the national legislation of one of the European recipient countries) or

2) it can be proved that they have been the object of unjustified expulsion from university on racial, ethnic, religious, political, gender or sexual inclination or

3) they belong to an indigenous population targeted by a specific national policy or IDPs (Internally Displaced Persons)

    • for Information on the number of places available, please check the mobility table in the attachment

 

 

Application procedure

Applicants from Asia

 

Step 1: please complete the application form available on the website (http://www.eurasia2.cz/page/application-documents) and submit it with all documents requested as enclosure by December 1st 2010  to the contact person of your home university (Target group 1) or to the contact person of the partner university that is closest to the applicants‘ home town (Target group 2 + 3).

For a list of contact persons, please see website: http://www.eurasia2.cz/page/coordinator .

 

Step 2: In case your written application was ranked among the best applications received, you will be invited to a personal interview that will take place in the Asian countries some time between December 2010 and February 2011. The dates of interviews are available in the attached document.

 

Step 3: In case the interview results are positive, you will be informed by 10th March 2011 about the final host institution for your mobility. In case your application could not be accepted, you will be informed by the end of March 2011 at latest.

 

Step 4: Seleted students has to firstly sign Declaration of honour of not having received an EM 2 scholarship for the same purpose. Then they will start to apply for visa in April 2011 and mobility will start generally in August /September 2011 according to the schedule at respective EU university.

 

 

Mobility table

In total 120 mobility flows have been planned in frame of this project from Asian institutions to EU. According to the EU rules for LOT 12, the majority (105) of mobilities are reserved for Target Group 1 and 21.7 % each is reserved for BSc (26 mobilities),  28.3 % for MSc (34 mobilities), 21.7 % each for PhD (26 mobilities), 6.6 % for Post-Docs (8 mobilities) and 27.7 % for Academic Staff (26 mobilities). 9 mobility flows will be reserved for Mongolia, 28 for Vietnam, 9 for Laos, 23 for Thailand, 18 for China, 21 for Indonesia, 9 for Malaysia and 3 for Cambodia.

On an indicative basis these mobility flows will be equally distributed among the partnership members: each EU partner will be able to receive 15 persons in each educational category possible that corresponds to the percentage regulations foreseen by the EU with regard to country representation, educational types and different target groups.