STUDENT MOBILITY OUT
The ERASMUS program is a mobility program organized by the EU to allow study at another European university or educational institution within a specified period of time and fully recognizing studies carried out abroad in the country of origin.
The objectives of Erasmus student mobility are:
• Allow students to benefit educationally, linguistically and culturally from the learning experience in other European countries.
• Promote cooperation between institutions and enrich the educational environment of host institutions.
• Contribute to the creation of a community of well-qualified young people and future professionals, with open minds and international experience.
• Facilitate the transfer of credits and the recognition of stays abroad, through the ECTS system or a compatible credit system.
It consists of completing a study period at a higher education institution in another European country. At the end of the same, the student's home institution will academically recognize the studies carried out established in the Learning agreement document.
During this period, the student will be exempt from paying academic fees at the host institution. At the end of the stay abroad, the host institution must send the Erasmus student and their home institution a certificate that they have completed the agreed program and a report of its results. Erasmus grants are compatible with any other national grant or loan. The aid represents a contribution of travel, accommodation and living expenses.
A student can receive scholarships for various mobility periods for a maximum of 12 months for each study cycle, regardless of the number and type of mobility and whether it has been funded or is a zero scholarship.
The requirements to participate are:
- Be an active student of CSD Alicante.
- Have passed and passed all the subjects of the 1st year or have passed at least 60 credits, and be enrolled at least in the 2nd year.
- Submit the application within the prescribed period.
Students from higher education institutions that have an Erasmus University Charter may participate. The student must receive a written study agreement regarding the study program to be followed in the host country.
At the end of the stay abroad, the host institution must send the Erasmus student and their home institution a certificate that they have completed the agreed program and a report of its results.
Minimum 1 semester. Maximum complete course.
The Erasmus Grant is mobility and economic. The purpose of the aid is to help defray the additional expenses derived from student mobility (for example, meals, travel, accommodation, etc.). During their mobility the student will continue to enjoy scholarships or loans for educational purposes that they could obtain usually to study at their home institution.
HOW TO TAKE PART
The Mobility of students for study purposes is a decentralized action, so the procedure for selecting and managing the applications submitted for this action corresponds to the CSDA.
The final beneficiaries of this action are the students, but their participation in the program is carried out through the institution of higher education in which they are enrolled, before which they will have to submit an application, following the annual calls for that purpose. publish.
It is the higher education institution that submits the request for participation to the National Agency.
STEPS TO FOLLOW
The sections that you will find are:
At the beginning of the academic year (October / November), the center announces the Erasmus Mobility for the following academic year. Students who wish to participate will find the document called "Application" at the secretariat. In this document you will enter your data and the deadline will appear to return the document to the secretary once it has been completed.
The students who have made the request will be summoned to attend a meeting where the details of their mobility and their management will be explained.
Within the period established by the center (several weeks), students will present three documents:
Subsequently, a provisional list of the order in which the mobility is awarded will be published, which will be displayed on the CSDA notice boards. The award criteria will be detailed in the previous meeting and may be reflected in the call.
To make a mobility request to an institution, it is necessary for the student to contact it in advance to find out about the dates and details of the request. Normally, the mobilities carried out in the first semester must be requested in March of the previous year. Those of the second semester, in October / November of the same academic year.
CENTERS WITH WHICH THERE IS AN AGREEMENT:
Accademia Nacionale di Danza Roma- Rome, Italy.
Contact Morena Malaguti: email@example.com
Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität- Linz, Austria.
Contact Anita de Jong: .dejong @ bruckneruni.at
Escola Superior de Dança- Lisbon, Portugal.
Contact Ofelia Cardoso: firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Dance Malta- Malta.
Malaika Sarco contact: email@example.com
Norges Dansehoyskole - Oslo, Norway.
Contact Christian Santander: firstname.lastname@example.org
Universitete I Stavanger- Stavanger, Norway.
Ankara University- Ankara, Turkey.
Contact Mustafa Kaplan: email@example.com
Academia de Muzic ă „Gheorghe Dima” - Cluj, Romania.
Contact Pope: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oulu university of applied sciences / DANCE (Finland)
Trinity Laban Conservatorie of Music and Dance- London
In general, we can inform you that they ask:
These documents, in general terms, are those that are required from mobility students. This does not mean that some reception center asks for another type of documentation.
Teachers may benefit from two types of mobility: mobility as a teacher and training.
MOBILITY AS A TEACHER
The objectives of teacher mobility for teachers are:
· Allow students who cannot participate in a mobility program to benefit from the knowledge and experience of academic staff from higher education institutions in other European countries.
· Encourage the exchange of skills and experience on pedagogical methods.
· Encourage higher education institutions to expand and enrich the variety and content of the courses they offer.
The main activity is teaching given by a professor from a higher education institution or staff from a company in another higher education institution in a partner country, although other activities may be developed on the sidelines. The teaching staff participating in a mobility program must be integrated into the department or faculty of the center of origin, so the selection of beneficiaries will correspond to the institution of higher education of origin.
For the purpose of granting the aid, it is essential to present a teaching program accepted by the home and host institution or by the company. The program must include at least: the global objective and the specific objectives, the expected results of the activities and a possible programming of the training period.
A minimum duration of this activity is not established, but it is mandatory to teach a minimum of total hours depending on the number of days. The maximum duration is six weeks, although the National Agency will finance a maximum of five days. The aid represents a contribution of travel, accommodation and living expenses.
The objectives of mobility as teacher training is:
· Allow beneficiaries to learn from the experiences and good practices of the partner institution and improve the skills required by their current job. The main activity is a short stay at the partner institution, which can be called in various ways: short service commissions, job shadowing, study visits, etc.
This action encompasses two types of mobility:
· Mobility of personnel from a higher education institution to a company.
The aim is to enable beneficiaries to learn from the transfer of knowledge or skills and acquire practical skills. The activities can be very varied: seminars, workshops, courses and conferences, practical training periods, short service commissions, etc.
· Mobility of teaching and non-teaching staff from a higher education institution to another partner higher education institution (for which it is not necessary to sign an inter-institutional agreement).
The teaching staff participating in a mobility program must be integrated into the department or faculty of the center of origin, so the selection of beneficiaries will correspond to the institution of higher education of origin.
For the purpose of granting the aid, it is essential to present a training program accepted by the home and host institution or by the company. The program must include at least: the overall objective and the specific objectives, the expected results of the training or learning activities and a possible programming of the training period.
The maximum duration is six weeks, although the National Agency will finance a maximum of five days. The aid represents a contribution of travel, accommodation and living expenses.