Cooperation projects strengthen the long-term cooperation between higher education institutions, promote the internationalisation of higher education institutions, improve the quality of studies and enable students and professors to supplement their professional knowledge and skills in an international environment.
The objective of the cooperation projects is to contribute to development of curricula and teaching methods (intellectual output), also create possibilities for mobility windows or contribute to the integration of higher education and the world of work. Another objective is to exchange positive experiences with teaching methods and enable short-term study mobility for students. The projects must involve a minimum of two partners: one from Estonia and the other from a donor country.
Who can apply?
At least two partner higher education institution must participate in a cooperation project – one from Estonia and the other from a donor country. In the case that three or more countries wish to participate in the project, the main partner in each country must always be a higher education institution. Higher education institution of each donor country may include other partners in the project, for instance, enterprises or other institutions or organisations interested in the topic. Partner institutions can only be included from countries in which the primary partner is a higher education institution.
Only Estonian higher education institutions may submit applications as coordinators.
Projects can be between 12-24 months in length
Financing is between the sums of 10 000 and 150 000 EUR depending on the difficulty and duration of the project.
Applications submitted later than that are automatically considered ineligible.