ARCADE is an institution-based mobility and scholarship project organized by a Partnership of some the most prestigious universities in Europe and Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan). ARCADE allows you to live an invaluable experience by undertaking a study or research period inEurope. It is open to undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and post-doctoral students and scholars and to staff. The project and the scholarships are financed by the European Commission through the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 –Strand 1 programme.
The project is currently managing the mobilities selected under the First Cohort in 2012. The new call for additional scholarships opened September 15th is extened to February 15th 2013. Check the scholarship available within the Second Call for Applications for the Second Cohort.
Don’t miss your opportunity to apply and live an enriching experience on both the personal and professional levels!
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Please note that from December 23rd 2013 to January 7th 2014 the Project Coordinator will not be able to answer the emails sent to email@example.com due to winter break of the university.
On November 25-26 the Politecnico of Torino received an institutional visit by the European Commission’s EACEA, the Agency managing the Erasmus Mundus programme. The goal of the visit was to look at the way the university benefits from Erasmus Mundus, the way it seeks to manage and combine its support for the various Action 2 EM partnerships, and synergies between the EM partnerships and other programmes. The meeting was very much appreciated by the EACEA representatives, who had the opportunity of examining directly the way that Politecnico di Torino operates on the Erasmus Mundus projects, as well as by the Politecnico project managers who received useful suggestions on how to improve future activities.