RISK MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF ANTIBIOTICS RESISTANCE
Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s program supporting education, training, youth and sport in Europe and in Partner Countries(including India). This program will provide opportunities for millions of Europeans to study, train and gain experience abroad between 2014 and 2020. Erasmus+ has opportunities for a wide range of organizations, including universities, education and training providers, think-tanks and private businesses.
Aims of the Erasmus+ Program
Erasmus+ promotes the sustainable development of partners in higher education and contributes to achieving the objectives of the “EU Youth Strategy”.
Specific issues tackled by the program include:
Reducing unemployment, especially among young people
Promoting adult learning, especially for new skills and skills required by the labor market.
Encouraging young people to take part in European democracy
Supporting innovation, cooperation and reform
Reducing early school leaving
Promoting cooperation and mobility with the EU’s partner countries
Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education
KA2 Capacity Building in Higher Education action aims to support modernization, accessibility, and internationalization of higher education in Partner Countries. Capacity-building Projects are transnational cooperation projects based on multilateral partnerships, primarily between higher education institutions(HEIs) from Programme and eligible Partner Countries financed through the Erasmus+ budget. Moreover, they can also involve non-academic partners(like NGOs) to strengthen the links with society and business and to reinforce the systemic impact of the projects.
This action contributes to the development of sustainable and inclusive socio-economic growth in Partner Countries and should ensure development and EU external actions objectives and principles, including national ownership, social cohesion, equity, proper geographical balance and diversity. Special attention will be given to the least developed countries, universities in more remote areas, as well as to disadvantaged students from poor socio-economic backgrounds and to students with special needs.
Through structured cooperation, exchange of experience and good practices and individual mobility, Capacity-building Projects aim to:
Support the modernization, accessibility and internationalization of higher education in the eligible Partner Countries;
Support eligible Partner Countries to address the challenges facing their higher education institutions and systems, including those of quality, relevance, equity of access, planning, delivery, management and governance;
Contribute to cooperation between the EU and the eligible Partner Countries(and amongst the eligible Partner Countries);
Promote voluntary convergence with EU developments in higher education;
Promote people-to-people contacts, intercultural awareness and understanding.
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