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Tempus IV - 3rd Call for proposals EACEA
Svitlana Shytikova
National Tempus-office in Ukraine
2009
TEMPUS IV General overview
Partnership
Types of Projects
Priorities
Novelties under third call
Indicative schedule
TEMPUS IV – General Overview
TEMPUS is the European Community Programme for the development
of Higher Education in Partner Countries
Basic features:
Establishment of new courses or reform of existing ones in the list of
national priorities
Assist higher education institutions to restructure and to reform their
management/ governance
Encourage institutions to work together and set up networks, in a
particular discipline
Training and capacity building
Provide higher education institutions with teaching materials
Involved authorities
Strong involvement of national authorities in the definition of
priorities, the selection of projects and during impact assessment.
Strong linkage with EC Delegations in partner countries (liaising
with authorities, selection of projects).
Programme supported by a network of National Contact Points
in EU Member States and National Tempus Offices in partner
countries.
Bottom-up programme mainly implemented through calls for
proposals complemented by structural measures.
Strong accent on dissemination and exploitation of results.
Partnership (eligible countries)
 All EU Member states (27)
Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, FYROM, Serbia,
Montenegro, Kosovo.
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova,
Russia, UKRAINE (ENPI East).
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan,
Uzbekistan.
Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco,
Palestinian Authority, Syria, Tunisia.
Turkey, Croatia, EEC Countries - on self-paid bases.
Types of projects
Joint Projects implemented at institutional level to
reform curricula, improve university governance,
create more links with society.
Structural Measures implemented at national level for
the development and reform of national higher
education structures and systems in the partner
countries (Ministries are now “partners” – can only be
paid for travel costs and per diems).
Joint Projects
1) CURRICULAR REFORM
 Adapt, modernise and restructure existing curricula with a
focus on content, structure, teaching methods and the use
of modern ICT.
 Establish new curricula with a double or multiple degree
or a joint degree.
 Strengthen links with the labour market.
2) GOVERNANCE REFORM
 Modernise management and governance of higher
education institutions.
 Build capacity for better management.
 Promote a quality assurance culture.
Joint Projects
3) HIGHER EDUCATION AND SOCIETY
Strengthen the role of higher education institutions in
society at large
Address the "knowledge triangle" of education, research
and innovation (project must not focus on research)
Encourage links between higher education institutions and
the labour market
Structural measures
1. Governance reform: licensing, accreditation,
qualification frameworks, quality assurance, autonomy etc.
2. Higher education and society: links between different
sectors of education with the world of work, capacity
building for public administration etc.
Program Priorities
National priorities defined by the Ministries of Education in
consultation with HEI for both Joint Projects and Structural
Measures (selected from the overall programme priorities)
Regional Priorities for multi-country projects (based on EU
strategies with partner countries)
National Priorities for Ukraine
Joint projects:
Curricula Reform
Modernization of Curricula with 3 cycle structure, ECTS and
Recognition of Degrees
Disciplines: Pedagogy, Engineering and Technologies,
Information technology environment, Tourism and
Services, Urban and Regional Planning
Governance Reform:
Introduction of quality assurance
Higher Education and Society
Development of partnerships with enterprises
Knowledge triangle: education-innovation-research
Qualifications frameworks
National Priorities for Ukraine
Structural Measures projects:
Governance Reform
Introduction of Quality Assurance
Equal and transparent access to higher education
Higher Education and Society
Knowledge triangle: education-innovation-research
Training courses for public services (ministries, regional /
local authorities)
Qualifications frameworks
Regional Priorities for
Eastern Neighbouring Area (ENPI East)
Joint projects:
Curricula Reform
Modernization of Curricula with 3 cycle structure, ECTS and
Recognition of Degrees
Disciplines: Law and good governance (including human rights),
health, education, energy, environment (including climate change),
transport, information society, business and entrepreneurship,
tourism
Governance Reform:
University management and student services
Institutional and financial autonomy and accountability
Equal and transparent access to higher education
Development of international relations
Higher Education and Society
Development of partnerships with enterprises
Development of lifelong learning in society at large
Regional Priorities for
Eastern Neighbouring Area (ENPI East)
Structural Measures projects:
Governance Reform
University management and student services
Institutional and financial autonomy and accountability
Equal and transparent access to higher education
Development of international relations
Higher Education and Society
Training of non-university teachers
Development of partnerships with enterprises
Development of lifelong learning in society at large
Partnerships key points
Joint Projects - National
Ukraine
Three Universities from Ukraine
Three European Universities from three different countries
500,000 – 1,500,000 Euro for three years
Multi-country project (regional)
At least two universities from two countries as minimum
Three European Universities from three different countries
500,000 – 1,500,000 Euro for three years
Regional Priorities/or and National ones HAVE to be respected
Structural Measures:
Same conditions as Joint projects plus
Obligatory - Ministry of Higher Education as “Partner”
Partnership:
 State or private HEI (with Bachelor programs)
Rectors, teachers or students associations
 Research institutes
National Authorities on special conditions
 Non-governmental organizations in education
Grant Applicant – co-ordinator
Legaly established Higher Education Institution:
EU – Erasmus University Charter
Partner country university
5 years old
Financing:
Staff costs (max 40%) for academic and admin staff
Travel and subsistence
Equipment (max. 30%) and supplies
Printing and publishing
7% administrative costs
At least 10 % co-financing
Novelties under the 3rd Call for proposals
 Terminology and clarification of certain aspects based on
the experience from first two calls for proposals
“co-ordinator” (Grant holder/ beneficiary),
“co-beneficiaries” (Partners)
“beneficiaries” (Consortium)
but in the call: “applicant” “applicant institution”
“consortium” and “partnership”
Authorities - “co-beneficiaries” (former “associate partner”)
but remains financing only for per diems and travel cost
Novelties under the 3rd Call for proposals
 Introduction of the «mandate» (replaces endorsement letters)
fill-in and sign between co-ordinator and each co-beneficiaries
Annex to Grant Agreement with no modification (confirms
that co-beneficiaries grant power of attorney to the coordinator, to act in their name and for their account in signing
the agreement and other documents with EACEA
 National Priorities (slide 11, 12)
 Eligibility parameters and restrictions: Croatia on self-financing;
Libya in
Novelties under the 3rd Call for proposals

Partnerships (individual experts will be excluded from the membership of
consortium but will be in the project if required)

Evaluation and Award Criteria (Quality of Partnership; Dissemination –
weighting updating), Methodology will be assessed under Sustainability
Maximum 3 proposals with one applicant institution will be recommended
for funding

Financial conditions: Grant will be calculated on total eligible cost with
financial contribution of EACEA – 90 % of total eligible cost
indirect cost a flat-rate of 7% of total direct eligible cost will be
automatically added to financial contribution
co-financing 10 % of total eligible cost
Maximum daily salary rate is updated

Publication of the call and other documents (23 l-gs note, 3 l-gs English,
French, German – call documents: guidelines, application form and Annex)
Novelties under the 3rd Call - eForm
Timing
•
publication on the Tempus website: second half of
November (prototype); 16 December 2009 (the final form
and instructions)
Advantages:
•
direct transfer in the EACEA database
•
more efficient verification of eligibility criteria
e-form with all Annexes
•
e-form – master copy, on-line submission (save as draft)
•
Paper posted as a back up (no separate CV)
Indicative roadmap for selection process –
3rd Call for proposals
Steps
Publication of Third Tempus IV Call for Proposals
Deadline for submission of applications
Date
mid-November 2009
end-February 2010
Expert assessment
March - end April 2010
Consultation of Ministries of Education in partner
countries, EC Delegation and National Tempus offices
June 2010
Award decision
July 2010
Publication of results
End July
Preparation and signature of grant agreements
End July to September
2010
Start of eligibility period
15 October 2010
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!
TEMPUS
http://ec.europa.eu/tempus
Responsible for Tempus:
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus/index_en.php
NTO in Ukraine: 9 Bastionna st., 8th fl., Kyiv 01014
Tel./fax: +380442866668; +380443322645
e-mail: [email protected]
www.tempus.org.ua
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