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Erasmus+ offers a variety of possibilities to collaborate with institutions outside the EU, through funding for credit mobility, degree mobility and  capacity building activities. This Information Note provides further information on the opportunities available.

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This information note summarises recent and upcoming developments in India, the current regulatory environment and opportunities for the UK higher education sector.    

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Published August 2014

This note invites sector representatives with expertise and an interest in European higher education and the Erasmus+ programme specifically to express their interest in joining the Erasmus+ Sector Consultative Group for Higher Education. (Deadline 5 September 2014)   

 

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This note invites individuals with expertise in European higher education to express their interest in becoming a UK European Higher Education Area (EHEA) Expert.
The UK EHEA Expert team will be constituted by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (the National Authority for Erasmus+) and will be effective from 1 November 2014 for 18 months.

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Institutions are invited to respond to a European Commission consultation on 'Science 2.0: Science in Transition' which aims to better understand the changes in the science and research community caused by digital technologies. 

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