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Claudia Peritore, Head of the Higher Education Unit, National Agency Erasmus+ INDIRE

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Claudia Peritore, Head of the Higher Education Unit, National Agency Erasmus+ INDIRE

  1. 1. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019
  2. 2. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 The International Credit Mobility: perspective from a National Agency Claudia Peritore Agenzia Nazionale E+ INDIRE – c.peritore@indire.it
  3. 3. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Total funded Mobilities8.228 Total Planned Incoming Participants 4.553 Total Planned Outgoing Participants 5.042 Total Planned Incoming Participants Learners 3.186 Total Planned Incoming Participants Staff 2.034 Total Planned Outgoing Participants Learners 2.519 Total Planned Outgoing Participants Staff 12.781 2019 Call Updated Data +2.906 +1.772 +614 +1.158+1.314 +1.592 17.459
  4. 4. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 1681 1986 2156 2405 2906 808 1116 1230 1399 1772 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Planned Incoming Participants Awarded Planned Outgoing Participants Awarded +24,63% +9,16% +12,34% +22,98% ICM: PARTICIPATING STUDENTS AND STAFF
  5. 5. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 5 HE-SMP-T 4% HE-SMS-T 46% HE-STA-T 33% HE-STT-T 17% ICM MOBILITY FLOWS: DIRECTIONS
  6. 6. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 6 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN ITALY Recent data concerning the level of enrolment of international students in Italy are quite interesting, showing a steady increase in the number of students willing to obtain a graduate degree/2° cycle qualification in the country*
  7. 7. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 7 2019 CALL: SUPPORT PER REGION
  8. 8. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 The IMPACT of the participation in the E+ international dimension ICM Top 3 HEIs: 1. University of Venice Ca’ Foscari 2. University of Bologna 3. Polytechnic of Turin ICM Top 5 Partner Countries in ICM: Albania, Russia, Tunisia, Ukraine, Serbia (until 2018); in 2019 new entry: Vietnam • ICM units have been created within IROs • Curricula customised by each student • The number of double degrees has increased • Greater international visibility • Increased participation in international networks+introduction of new language courses • Strong involvement of Italian HEIs in the centralised actions of the Programme! • 73 CBHE coordinated by Italian HEIs • 12 EMJMD projects coordinated by Italian HEIs • Italian organisations at the very top of funded projects under the Jean Monnet action CENTRALISED ACTIONS
  9. 9. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 CHALLENGES AND WAY FORWARD • ICM funding uncertainty > difficulties in establishing long-term collaborations; on the other hand, long-term collaborations with Partner HEIs are often penalised in the quality assessment • Time-consuming ICM applications as compared to the number of requested mobilities • Risk of a low impact of ICM projects, given the low number of mobilities CHALLENGES • Introduction of degree-seeker incoming mobilities • Possibility to create International Consortia in ICM • Higher amount for OS • Dedicated budget item for insurance costs SUGGESTIONS
  10. 10. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 A proposal for the cooperation with Sicilian Higher Education Institutions Claudia Peritore Agenzia Nazionale E+ INDIRE – c.peritore@indire.it
  11. 11. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Erasmus+ Programme The Erasmus+ Programme is more than the Erasmus  It is more than, projects for Higher Education  It is more than, mobility opportunities for youth  It is more than, European Union  It is more than, European level management (National Agencies) 11
  12. 12. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Erasmus+ and Structural Funds The request of the European Commission for the next financing programme is to create synergies between the Erasmus+ Programme Funds and the other European Programmes including the European Social Fund in order to:  Increase mobility opportunities for students, learners and staff at a regional level  Foster inclusion, excellence and innovation within the mobility projects  Strengthen cooperation and international partnerships in the education field, training, youth and sport.  Undertake innovative projects directed towards employability and skills development.  Disseminate “good practices” within the context of Educational programmes, teaching and youth policies. Impact on DEVELOPMENT, EMPLOYABILITY and INTERNAZIONALIZATION of the regional territories. 12
  13. 13. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Erasmus+ Programme strengths  Valuable activities recognized at a European level having strong impact on participants and territories.  network of managing organizations at European and international level.  Stable and effective system of common and shared rules and procedures. For the Region: Regional territory development through Erasmus+ Actions Development of the “Regional system” of most relevant Erasmus+ projects Decrease of administrative costs 13
  14. 14. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Erasmus+ National Agencies The European Commission works with the National Agencies to manage the Programme and to bring Erasmus+ as close as possible to the participants and make sure it works well across the different countries’ systems for education, training and youth.  Appointment by the national authorities of the Programme participant countries  Implementation of actions at a local level following the Commission’s Calls  Annual working plan to define activities, objectives, priorities, and identify risks (defined together with the National authority and the European Commission)  Yearly Report 14
  15. 15. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019  INDIRE is the Italian National Institute for Documentation, Innovation and Education Research, overseen by the Ministry of Education.  INDIRE is the Italian National Agency responsible for the management of the European Erasmus+ Programme and is the National Support Service for key programs such as: eTwinning, Epale and Eurydice.  In June 2019, INDIRE and the Sicilian Region signed an Agreement qualifying INDIRE as «Intermediary Body» of the Regional Operational Programme – European Social Fund Sicily 2014-20 to create synergies with the Erasmus+ Programme. INDIRE and Erasmus+ Turin Florence Rome Naples 15
  16. 16. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Sicily Region ESF financing European Union University of Enna Kore University of Palermo University of Messina University of Catania INDIRE AND THE SICILIAN REGION | The Pilot Project Sicily is the first Italian Region to implement synergies between Erasmus+ and ESF funds. Professional Higher Education Institutes Arts and Music Education 16
  17. 17. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 THE PILOT PROJECT | Advantages of Internationalization Sources: Fondazione CRUI, «L’internazionalizzazione delle formazione superiore in Italia», April 2018 Austrian National Agency, «The effects of Erasmus+ on the Austrian economy», June 2018 Students’ mobility generates economic advantages for the receiving Regional/Country system. Mobility programs encourage new generations’ growth in terms of skills acquisition, entrepreneurship and ability to operate in new working environments. International students who have had a positive study experience contribute in strengthening the positive image of the country playing the role of ambassadors of the culture and the economy of the region. The presence of international students has a positive spill-over effect on the entire region, on young people not involved in the program, as well as on culture’ openness, entrepreneurship and civic sense. The internationalization of courses and the creation of classes with students from different countries affects their quality, triggering a virtuous process of contamination. The main scope of the project is to develop the attractivity of the Sicilian Region in order to support the internationalization of the Sicilian educational institutions and its «Regional System» towards the South Mediterranean area. 17
  18. 18. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Enhance schools and learners participation in mobility projects Increase mobility for Higher Education students and staff Develop partnerships with south Mediterranean Countries Students and staff in mobility Specific grants are foreseen for economically disadvantaged students. ≈ 1.700 ≈ 600 30+ School staff mobility International mobility projects for learners Target Countries Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, Jordan 4 THE PILOT PROJECT | Objectives and Expected Results 18
  19. 19. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 Higher Education  Increase of EU mobilities for students and staff – KA103 (additional grants for Call 2019 and Call 2020)  Call for grants dedicated to mobility projects for learners of Sicilian secondary schools.  Participation in strategic meetings for the constitution of targeted relationships.  Planning of the “Study in Sicily” itinerant event to show the attractivity and opportunities of the Sicilian Region.  Development of the MedTwinning initiative for eTwinning projects towards Target Countries Schools Cooperation  Increase of extra EU mobilities for students and staff – KA107 (additional grants for Call 2019 and Call 2020).  Grants allocated to economically disadvantaged students.  Increase of mobilities for school staff – KA101 (additional grants for Call 2019 and Call 2020).  Workshops for the enhancement of eTwinning projects. THE PILOT PROJECT | Key Activities 19
  20. 20. UNIMED General Assembly Rome, 12 - 13 December 2019 20 Thank you for your attention www.erasmusplus.it facebook.com/ErasmusPlusIta twitter.com/ErasmusPlusInd

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