Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Projects (Policy debate with the academic world)
This is an EU grant granting projects supporting innovation, cross-fertilisation and the spread of European Union content. Such projects will be based on unilateral proposals, although the proposed activities may involve other partners and may last between 12 and 24 months.
- "Innovation" projects explore new angles and different methodologies in view of making European Union subjects more attractive and adapted to various kinds of target populations (e.g. projects on Learning EU @ School);
- "Cross-fertilisation" projects promote discussion and reflection on European Union issues and enhance knowledge about the Union and its processes. These projects will aim at boosting EU knowledge in specific contexts;
- "Spread content" projects will mainly concern information and dissemination activities.
Projects can carry out one or more of the following activities
- development and testing newly designed methodologies, content and tools on specific European Union topics;
- creation of virtual classrooms on specific subject areas and testing them in different contexts;
- designing, production and implementation of self-training tools promoting active citizenship in the EU;
- developing and delivering appropriate pedagogical content and new/adapted didactic material for the teaching of European Union issues at the level of primary and secondary education (Learning EU @ School);
- designing and implementation of teacher training and continuing education for teachers, providing them with the appropriate knowledge and skills to teach European Union subjects;
- provision of specifically designed activities on the European Union to pupils at the level of primary and secondary schools and in vocational education and training institutions;
- support the creation of EU studies and/or boost the existing knowledge and/or enhance the dynamic of a "department/chair/research team" in a given country at a Higher Education Institution which has expressed a specific interest/need;
- joint develop content and co-teaching for students involving several institutions. Participating institutions may organise common activities and the preparation of tools supporting their courses;
- actively support information and dissemination activities for staff of the public administration, for experts in specific subjects and for civil society as a whole;
- organise conferences, seminars and/or roundtables in relevant European Union issues for the broadest possible array of stakeholders.
Maximum grant awarded for a Jean Monnet Project is 60 000 EUR (representing maximum of 75% of the total costs).
The project should last between 12, 12 and 24 months.
Who can apply
Higher education institutions or any organisations established in any country of the world.
HEIs located in Erasmus+ Programme Countries must hold a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).
An ECHE is not required for participating HEIs in Partner Countries.
Primary and secondary education establishments are not eligible to apply, although they may actively contribute to the realisation of the activities.
Applications should be sent to the Education, Audiovisual, and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) by 22 February 2019, 12:00 (midday) CET, for projects starting as of 1st September of the same year.
Read more here.
For further applicants should contact the National Agency in their country.
Find out more: https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/actions/jean-monnet/jean-monnet-projects_en