SMS scnews item created by Alexander Molev at Fri 2 Dec 2011 1903
Type: Announce
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Expiry: 20 Dec 2011
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ICI ECP Call for Co-operation in Higher Education between the European Union and Australia - Joint Degrees Project

The 2012 round of EU/Australia joint degree projects is now open.  This year the Call is
focused only on Joint Degree projects comprising consortiums of Australian and EU
universities offering students the chance to study in the EU through joint or double
degree projects.  

Guidelines and applications are available at 

The Call and Guidelines are also attached for reference.  

Joint degree projects 

Joint degree projects are open to degree awarding institutions.  They aim to develop
deeper long-term linkages between Australia and the EU through the awarding of joint (or
double) degrees.  A joint or double degree project leads to the awarding of two separate
degrees (double degree) or a single degree (joint degree) by the participating EU and
Australian institutions.  More information on joint degrees is available in the

This activity is part of the EU’s Industrialised Countries Instrument Education
Cooperation Programme (ICI ECP).  The EU undertakes these bilateral projects with a
number of countries in the Asia-Pacific region: Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South
Korea.  Further information about the ICI ECP, including information for European
applicants is also available.  

Any submissions relating to Joint Degree and mobility projects need to go via the
International Office (Tricia Coroneos or Kate Smart) before submission of the
application to DEEWR with the attached proposal document completed.  

Any inquiries feel free to contact SANDRA MARGON 

International Development Manager, Europe and the Middle East Office of the Deputy
Vice-Chancellor | International 

THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Rm 207D, Old Teachers’ College A22 | The University of Sydney |
NSW | 2006 

T +61 2 9351 8994 | F +61 2 9351 4462 | M +61 466 150 441 E
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