The DRI accompanies you in the different stages of the project
The Strategic Projects and Networks Unit of AMU's International Relations Department assists teacher-researchers in setting up and launching training projects with an international dimension. A team of project managers from the International Relations Department is at the service of teachers and teams from the various AMU components. It acts as a facilitator during the application process and the launch of the winning projects.
Training projects can be developed from the undergraduate to the doctoral level. The Projects Unit proposes to support project initiatives by having the following missions
- Detecting funding opportunities for international educational projects;
- Encourage the participation of teacher-researchers in calls for strategic projects;
- To provide customized support for the setting up of projects;
- Create and coordinate international training networks.
Depending on the degree of maturity of the projects or the experience of the teacher-researcher, the service offer can be adapted to the different needs with tailor-made support. To learn more about our support services, visit INTRAMU.
A variety of programs
The DRI is likely to be involved in a large number of calls for projects.
The European Commission's Erasmus+ program is the most important. However, it is not the only funding body and other local, national or international actors also regularly launch calls for projects.
Erasmus+ is the European Union's training and education funding program for the period 2021-2027. The program is not just for students but is open to all audiences and fields of education. It supports institutions in the framework of European or international partnerships with a wide range of private and public actors. It allows to share know-how and to innovate in the fields of education, training, youth and sport.
|The Digital Europe program focuses on bringing digital technologies to businesses, citizens and public administrations. This call aims to address the current shortages of ICT specialists and digital professionals, which are common to all Member States.|
|Key Action 1: Mobility of individuals for education and training purposes||Key Action 2: Cooperation between organizations and institutions||Key Action 3: Support for policy making and cooperation|
|Jean Monnet: Promotion of European Studies||Sport|
Each Key Action has sub-programs offering project funding through calls for proposals.If you want to know more, discover the possibilities offered by the Erasmus+ program and find the most suitable action for your project.
The Interreg program, co-financed by the ERDF, is part of the European territorial cooperation objective. It aims to encourage convergence and regional competitiveness in order to ensure a more harmonious development of the community space.
The program of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE)
Each year, the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs opens several calls for projects to support decentralized cooperation projects.
For more information, please visit projects can also be submitted in the framework of other programs such as those of the World Bank or theInternational Partnerships.
The project pavilion The Project Pavilion is at your disposal to consult the details of international projects conducted by AMU with explanatory sheets presenting the context, partners, objectives and activities.
The agenda of the calls The project database allows you to identify current funding opportunities
For all matters concerning international research projects, the Direction de la Recherche et de la Valorisation is the preferred contact.