Erasmus is the EU's flagship education and training programme in the field of higher education. The Erasmus programme not only supports mobility (for students, professors, or other higher education staff / enterprises wishing to study, teach and work abroad), but also provides co-funding to higher education institutions (HEI) working together through transnational cooperation projects.
Tallinn University Erasmus Charter number is 68289-EPP-1-2014-1-EPPKA3-ECHE.
Tallinn University Erasmus code is EE TALLINN05.
ERASMUS+ is an European Union programme which aims to improve the quality of higher education and cooperation between higher education institutions an enable mobility of students and staff members.
Erasmus Charter number of Tallinn University is 68286-EPP-1-2014-1-EPPKA3-ECHE.
Erasmus+ code of Tallinn University is EE TALLINN05.
The overall objective of Dora Plus is to make Estonia more notable and attractive as a place for studying and research, and the education provided by higher education institutions internationally more competitive.
Its sub-objectives are to:
- improve the awareness of young researchers and Master’s degree students of various teaching and research practices, and their involvement in international cooperation projects (Action 1);
- increase the proportion of foreign Master’s degree and doctoral students in Estonian higher education institutions (Actions 2 & 4);
- raise the efficiency of doctoral studies (Actions 1 & 2);
- improve the capacity of higher education institutions to include foreign students (Actions 2-4);
- raise the demand for foreign students on the Estonian labour market, and thus support the development of higher education and the economy; and
- strengthen the compliance of doctoral studies in Estonian universities with the principles of innovative doctoral studies (Actions 1-4).
Tallinn University has signed bilateral agreements with 42 partner universities. The goals of the cooperation with partners is to support international cooperation and extending the international contact network, mobilities of staff members and students, carry out joint projects and research. Additionally, university has over 400 Erasmus+ mobility partners.
Tallinn University supports exchange studies within bilateral agreements through Internationalisation Fund and Study Fund. The total scholarship fund is up to 7000 euros.
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