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Project coordination: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics
Joint coordination: KIMEP University, Kazakhstan
Euro-Asian Cooperation for Excellence and Advancement, 2012 - 2016
Mobility only from Central Asia to EU
In total, 122 mobility flows are planned: 39 bachelor, 28 master, 19 doctoral, 7 post-doc and 28 staff mobility. In total 43 mobility flows are planned for Kazakhstan, 23 for Kyrgyzstan, 22 for Tajikistan, 14 for Turkmenistan, 19 for Uzbekistan, 0 for European countries.
Euro-Asian Cooperation for Excellence and Advancement 2, 2013 - 2017
Mobility from Central Asia to EU and from EU to Central Asia
In total, 151 mobility flows are planned: 50 bachelor, 48 master, 22 doctoral, 8 post-doc and 23 staff mobility. In total 46 mobility flows are planned for Kazakhstan, 22 for Kyrgyzstan, 22 for Tajikistan, 7 for Turkmenistan, 44 for Uzbekistan and 10 for European countries.
Euro-Asian Cooperation for Excellence and Advancement project is an Erasmus Mundus partnerships project. The project will foster internationalisation, support student and academic staff mobility from Central Asia to European Union and European Union to Central Asia, promote research, inter and intra-university cooperation and cultural awareness. A multidisciplinary consortium of partners will focus on bachelor, master, doctoral and post-doctoral students and academic staff who will benefit from special learning, research and teaching conditions not available at a single institution. Project will provide students and academic staff with the possibility of intellectual understanding, enhancing the attractiveness and development of EU high education system in Central Asia and to establish a sustainable network of student and academic staff mobility between European Union and Central Asia.