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Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for international cooperation in education, replacing former EU programmes including Erasmus Mundus, LLP and TEMPUS. The programme consists of a number of actions, where KTH can seek funding for various forms of international activities in higher education.

KTH Codes

When applying for external funding, the following information might be required in order to register/identify KTH:

Vat nr: SE202100305401
PIC-code (EU): 999990946
Erasmus-code: S STOCKHO04

Contact

Contact person for Erasmus+ at KTH is Mirko Varano . Contact for each action can be found through the link under the calls.

Erasmus+ actions

Capacity Building

Erasmus+ Capacity Building support the developing of joint projects to develop new courses, curricula, education centras, higher education administration or national education reforms, and contribute to the modernisation of higher education and democratic development in partner countries.

Capacity Building

Joint Master Degrees

Erasmus+ Joint Master Degrees funds the development of joint Master's programmes, and scholarships for students seeking to attend the developed programmes.

Joint Master Degrees

Knowledge Alliances

Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliances aims to strengthen Europe’s innovation capacity by fostering innovation in higher education via balanced, two-way knowledge exchange with enterprises and across the broader socio-economic environment.

Knowledge Alliances

Mobility of Individuals

Erasmus+ Mobility of Individuals enables staff to teach or train, and for students to study and/or practice, at a partner university, another university or company/organization in another European country, in some cases even outside Europe.

Mobility of Individuals

Strategic Partnerships

Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships fund projects enhancing the quality and innovativeness of learning and teaching, developing new curricula, building bridges between the different sectors of education and fostering more intense forms of cooperation to achieve the modernisation objectives, including a better exploitation of open education resources.

Strategic Partnerships

Support for preparatory overseas visits

Representatives from KTH can receive support for travel and subsistence expenses when visiting overseas partners in order to plan for application to the Erasmus+ pogrammes that enables cooperation with the so-called partner countries; Erasmus+ Capacity Building, Joint Master Degrees and non-European Mobility of Individuals. Applications for financial support are made continuously through UHR.

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