Jean Monnet actions in other fields of education and training

There are two types of Jean Monnet projects in other fields of education and training:

Higher Education Institutions or Teacher Training Institutes/Agencies will organise activities under this action enabling teachers in schools and Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers to develop new skills, to teach and engage on EU matters, thus empowering them through a better understanding of the EU and its functioning.

This action supports higher education institutions or Teacher Training Institutes/Agencies in organisation of activities that enable teachers in schools and Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers to develop new skills, to teach and engage on EU matters, thus empowering them through a better understanding of the EU and its functioning.

The Jean Monnet Teacher Trainings projects need to include the following objectives:

  • allow schools and VET providers to build knowledge about the EU among their teaching staff;

  • offer structured training proposals on EU subjects for schools and VET providers, provide content and methodologies for teachers teaching at various levels, from different backgrounds and experience;

  • deliver specific individual or group training courses (modular, residential, blended or online) for teachers interested in the EU and willing to integrate EU subjects in their daily work;

  • foster the confidence of teachers in integrating an EU angle in their daily work.

Who can apply?
 

Any independent Higher Education Institution or one Teacher Training Institute/Agency providing initial and/or in-service training to teachers of schools and/or VET institutes established in a Programme Country can participate in the project.

All Higher Education Institutions must be from Programme Countries and hold a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).

What is the duration of Jean Monnet Teacher Training projects?
 

Jean Monnet Teacher Training projects last three years.

Where to apply?  

Grant application has to be submitted to the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels.

What is the deadline for grant application?

Applicants have to submit their grant application by 2 June at 17:00:00 (Brussels time).

The Jean Monnet Networks aim to constitute the support to schools and VET providers for boosting knowledge on how to teach European Union subjects, they will also give an international edge to the learning exercise. Teachers’ exchange of knowledge is another aim (collaborative working on specific subjects and on methodologies, co-teaching experiences, common activities are the basis of the network activities).

Who can participate?

All schools and VET institutes from Programme Countries can apply. At least 5 schools and/or VET providers established in at least 3 different Programme Countries must participate in the project.

Who can apply?

Schools and VET Institutions from Programme Countries. 

What is the duration of Jean Monnet Networks projects?

Jean Monnet Networks projects last three years.

Where to apply?  

 Grant application has to be submitted to the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) in Brussels.

What is the deadline for grant application?

Applicants have to submit their grant application by 2 June at 17:00:00 (Brussels time).

More information about Jean Monnet activities can be found on the EACEA website.

 

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