Within Europe

Mobility within the European space is promoted by the Erasmus+ programme and Santander Scholarships.

The ERASMUS+  programme promotes international training, giving INcoming and OUTgoing  students, academic and non-academic staff  the opportunity to experience new challenges,  fostering development, the acquisition and sharing of knowledge/know-how and experiences, and to be aware of the importance of cross-border international collaboration. The programme offers students from higher education institutions the possibility of studying or taking a internship, with guarantee of academic recognition, at an educational establishment, business or institution of another programme eligible country. This programme enhances their employability and allows them to improve their language skills, strengthen their self-confidence, and immerse in a new culture.

Erasmus+ aims at going beyond these programmes, by promoting synergies and cross-fertilisation throughout the different fields of education, training and youth, removing artificial boundaries between the various Actions and project formats, fostering new ideas, attracting new actors from the world of work and civil society, and stimulating new forms of cooperation.

See the Protocols / Agreements of the University of Évora  for each of the programmes under which mobility may be carried out within Europe.

The University of Évora participates in Erasmus+ Programme projects through which its students and staff can gain international experience and improve their teaching and learning processes in line with best practices developed by other institutions.

The mobility of students, faculty and non-academic staff is in line with and draws on the priority objectives of the University of Évora in terms of internationalisation, thus promoting the European dimension and quality of university education provided.

PROJECT/CONTRACT - 2019-1-PT01-KA103-060195:

The Erasmus Al Sud Consortium was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme 2019 Education and Training – Higher Education – Action KA103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals, and runs from 01/06/2019 to 31/05/2021 . It enables outgoing mobility of students, academic and non-academic staff  of the University of Évora to programme countries , in the various fields of training and activity offered by the University of Évora.

PROJECT/CONTRACT - 2018-1-PT01-KA103-046750:

This project was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme 2019 Education and Training – Higher Education – Action KA103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals, and runs from 01/06/2018 to  31/05/2020 . It enables outgoing mobility of students, academic and non-academic staff  of the University of Évora to programme countries, in the various fields of training and activity offered by the University of Évora.

 

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The Erasmus Al Sud Consortium   – Connecting regions, creating worlds   was established in 2012 under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme by the Universities of Algarve, Évora and Lisbon, and by the Polytechnic Institutes of Beja and Setúbal, and encompasses an academic community of 77,624 students, 6,416 teachers, and 3,311 non-academic  staff.

The setting up of this partnership arose from the need to create a mechanism in the south of Portugal to increase the mobility opportunities available to students, Academic and non-academic staff from higher education institutions located in this geographical area.

The mission of the Al Sud Consortium is to promote a fruitful connection between university and polytechnic institutions, the strengthening relations between national and European higher education institutions, and between these and the national business network. Its purpose is to also promote the mobility of students and newly graduates from partner institutions to carry out periods of study and traineeships abroad.

PROJECT/CONTRACT - “AL SUD” CONSORTIUM - 2019-1-PT01-KA103-060163:

This Erasmus Al Sud Consortium was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme 2019 Education and Training – Higher Education – Action KA103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals, and runs from 01/06/2019 to 31/05/2021 . It enables outgoing mobility of studentsacademic and non-academic staff of the University of Évora to programme countries, in the various fields of training and activity of the University of Évora.

PROJECT/CONTRACT – “AL SUD” CONSORTIUM - 2018-1-PT01-KA103-046899:

The Erasmus Al Sud Consortium was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, Education and Training 2019 – Higher Education – Action KA103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals, and runs from 01/06/2018 to 31/05/2020 . It enables outgoing mobility of studentsacademic and non-academic staff of the University of Évora to the programme countries, in the various fields of training and activity offered by the University of Évora.

The consortium for mobility in higher education “High Performance Computing and High Performance Data Analytics - HPC+HPDA”  was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, comprising the following national institutions: University of Évora, University of Coimbra, University of Algarve, and Nova University of Lisbon.

2nd Phase Applications for Mobility Out for Students and Staff (Teachers and Non-Teachers) : January 15th to February 15th, 2021 - extension of the deadline until april 30, 2021 and the placement of the results until may 31, 2021- See NOTICE

PROJECT/CONTRACT - 2019-1-PT01-KA103-060660:

Project 2019-1-PT01-KA103-060660 , entitled High Performance Computing and High Performance Data Analytics - HPC+HPDA,  was accredited under the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, 2019 Education and Training – Higher Education – Action KA103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals, and runs from 01/06/2019 to 31/05/2021. It enables outgoing mobility of students, academic and non-academic staff of the consortium university partners to programme countries.

Applications for Mobility In and Out for Students and Staff (academic and non-academic ):  3 to 28 February 2020 (deadline extended until march 16) - See Call

First-cycle, second-cycle and Integrated Master students of the University of Évora can apply to the “Santander Universidades” Latin-American Scholarship Programme, under the conditions set out in the respective Regulations , to carry out a period of study at a partner university in a Latin-American country or in Spain, in particular Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and Spain.

This Programme follows from a specific cooperation arrangement between the University of Évora and Banco Santander, which provides for the award of scholarships for Latin American countries and Spain and aims to help students pursue their education for one academic semester at a Latin-American university.

The purpose of the Santander “Global Mobility”  scholarships is to provide financial support in the amount of EUR 1,000 (one thousand euro) to students with financial limitations wishing to attend a mobility period of study at a foreign university.

Santander mobility scholarships may not be combined; however, they can be combined with other private or public grants or support .

Undergraduate, Master or Integrated Master students of the University of Évora may apply for this grant as per the Regulations provided:

  • They are enrolled and registered at the University of Évora in the academic year during which mobility will take place
  • They pass 50% of the course ECTS credits or at least 120 ECTS credits corresponding to the first two course years
  • They passed the academic year preceding the mobility, in accordance with the RAUÉ (Academic Regulations of the UÉ

 Candidates must submit their application online by 19 February 2020  on the Banco Santander website,  www.bolsas-santander.com and register at https://www.becas-santander.com/pt/program/bolsas-santander-global  .

Candidates must submit the following documents with their application:

  • Curriculum Vitae, describing their academic achievements, social or sports activities, civic work or family assistance.
  • Proof of economic-financial situation confirming their need for the scholarship to pursue studies.
  • Motivation letter showing the importance of the GLOBAL MOBILITY SCHOLARSHIP for their personal and professional development