List of Erasmus+ Partner Institutions
Erasmus Policy Statement
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027
Welcome to the World of Erasmus+ Programme in Constanta Maritime University!
Erasmus+ is the European Union’s (EU) funding programme for education and training, youth and sport between 2021-2027.Constanta Maritime University has been successfully awarded the Erasmus Charter to take part in the programme.
The program supports the priorities and activities set out in the European Education Area, Digital Education Action Plan and in the European Skills Agenda.
It encourages students and staff mobility for study and work, and promotes trans-national co-operation projects among universities across Europe countries.
ERASMUS+ Programme in Constanta Maritime University
Accreditation type: ERAPLUS-ECHE
Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport for 2021-2027
ERASMUS+ has an estimated budget of €26.2 billion, nearly doubling the funding compared to its predecessor programme (2014-2020), complemented by around €2.2 billion from the EU external instrument. 70% of the budget will support mobility opportunities for all, in a lifelong learning perspective.
Mobility of learners and staff is the flagship activity of Erasmus+. About 10 million individuals, including students, learners, professors, teachers and trainers in all sectors, are expected to participate in mobility activities abroad during the course of the programme.
Erasmus+ will increase the support for projects that foster cooperation and exchange of practices, allowing key actors to make better use of new technologies, develop innovative teaching, training and learning methods, promote non-formal learning and develop common tools and activities.
|Constanta Maritime University
Mircea cel Batrân street no. 104,
Fourth Floor, Room 401.
Conf. Univ. Dr. Carmen Ungureanu
Phone: +40 754 065 181
Contact person at Constanta Maritime University
- For Traineeship (Navigation)
- IMO Department (submission of files on departure),
- Office 101, floor 1,
- Tel: 0241 664 740, int. 115,
- Mob: 0755 885 890,
- e-mail: email@example.com,
- Contact person: Luminita STAN
Erasmus has developed beyond an educational programme – it has acquired the status of a social and cultural phenomenon. It gives many European university students their first chance to live and thrive abroad. Around 4 million students have benefited from Erasmus since its introduction in 1987.
The opportunities are endless!!
The friends and memories last a lifetime. The Erasmus+ exchange program is one of the greatest culture and character building programs that you can have in your whole life. This directory is designed to help you explore your potential Erasmus+ destinations and be informed before you go.
What mobility activities are possible?
KEY ACTION 1
Each project can last either 16 or 24 months and HEIs can apply for funding to support any of the following mobility activities within a project:
- a study period in a programme country abroad lasting between 3 and 12 months
- a traineeship (work placement) abroad lasting between 2 and 12 months
Students may undertake up to 12 months’ mobility in total per academic cycle.
Each 12 month period can consist of any combination of eligible study and/or traineeship mobilities. Additionally recent graduates may be supported to undertake a traineeship but they must be selected by their HEI during their last year of study and the traineeship must take place within 12 months of graduating.
- teaching periods = staff deliver teaching at another HEI abroad
- training periods = staff undertake a training event or undergo job shadowing/observation/training in a relevant organisation abroad
Staff mobility activities can last from 2 days to 2 months, excluding travel time. Staff teaching as part of their mobility must complete a minimum of 8 hours’ teaching per week.
KEY ACTION 2
Strategic Partnerships offer the opportunity to organisations, as well as enterprises, public authorities to cooperate in order to implement innovative practices leading to high quality teaching, training, learning and youth work, institutional modernisation and societal innovation.
Strategic Partnerships is part of the Key Action 2 “Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices” of Erasmus Plus. They aim to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices at organisational, local, regional, national or European levels.
Remains a centralised action with annual calls for proposals, around 1000 projects for 7 years. Annual budget in draft legal basis: from 92 M€ in 2014 to 122 M€ in 2020 Conditions: 2- 3 years with a minimum of 3 HEIs from 3 different EU or Enlargement countries (with National Agency) and a minimum of 2 HEIs from each Partner Country involved in the project New higher education Charter compulsory for partners from participating countries.
Third countries must comply with its rules.