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he European Union's Erasmus+ programme is a funding scheme to support activities in the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport. It offers opportunities for :

  • individuals to spend a mobility or volunteering period abroad and to receive linguistic training in order to increase their competencies and foster their employability;
  • organisations to collaborate in project partnerships in order to develop cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices and to work together, to develop, share and transfer best practices and innovative approaches in the fields of education, training and youth

The Programme is made up of three so-called "Key Actions" and two additional actions (Jean Monnet and Sports). For a detailed information, please refer to the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.

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Étudiants internationaux à l'ULiège

L'expérience ULiège au quotidien pour les étudiants internationaux.

Key Actions

The University of Liège takes part to numerous projects embedded in these Actions :

  • Key Action 1 : which supports mobility in education and covers among others the Erasmus mobility et Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees.
  • Key Action 2 : which targets cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. In this framework, ULiège takes part to the following programmes : 
    • Strategic Partneships
    • Capacity building
  • The Sport Chapter aims to support European partnerships on grassroots sport

Strategic Partneships

Capacity building

  • « RE@WBC » : Human resources strategy in the context of the European Charter for researchers in the Western Balkan Region
  • « Asifood » : Food safety and quality management. Zone Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodge
  • « DAFRALI » : défis sociétaux et gouvernance des universités africaines : le cas des aliments au Maroc, RDC et Sénégal »
  • « MADEEHI » : « coopération et innovation pédagogique : eau-énergie-habitat à Madagascar »
  • « EDUQAS » : Implementation of Education Quality Assurance System via Cooperation of University-Business-Government in HEI

Sport

  • « EMIS » : Egalité, Mixité, Intégration par le sport
  • « OBLOMOV » : Obesity and Low Motility Victims – « physical short shocks » and  “theatre short stories” to convert inactive victims into HEPA social actors
  • « BMC »  : Basic motor competencies in Europe – assessment and promotion
Contact
International relations service


Strategic partnerships, Erasmus Mundus, Sport:
Catherine Dassis

Capacity Building:
Anne-Laure Villeminot

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