Scholar scholarships are awarded to high-level scientific / academic / staff members / guest lecturers of recognized Higher Education Institutions/ private sector for student-centered teaching / lecturing, research or cooperation activities; Master thesis support, academic/professional networking in the framework of the IPCV Programme. That means Bachelor, Master or Doctoral students are NOT eligible to this type of Scholarship. Scholars may come from both Programme and Partner Countries and selected to bring added value to the EMJMD student intake of the joint programme.
Scholar/guest lecturers’ mobility is considered eligible in the following cases:
• mobility between the partners of the consortium (including to/from associated partners);
• mobility from outside the consortium, in case such mobility is clearly linked to the Master course.
Application calls are published every year. Please follow the link to have access to the application calls & application forms: http://www.ipcv.eu/scholars
The IPCV Consortium is welcoming outstanding Academics/ Professional experts who are interested in contributing to the study program and developing academic/private partnerships. Selected projects focus on contribution to the advancement of knowledge through student-centered teaching/lecturing, curriculum development, Master thesis support, academic/professional networking, etc. The aim is to bring added value to the IPCV programme by joining the consortium faculty and get the unique opportunity to meet our students and share knowledge and good practices.
The IPCV Consortium will cover travel expenses throughout the stay, and will additionally offer a remuneration of 150€ per day for a minimum one week stay. A “week’ is defined as minimum 4 out of 7 consecutive calendar days including travelling time. Note that it is not possible to consider 8 consecutive days as 2 weeks. The exact duration and amount is thus defined according to the cooperation/research/teaching/professional activities selected by the IPCV Consortium.
Yes, there is no maximum number of EMJMD scholars to be engaged per student intake depending on available funds.
Yes, provided the Funding is not from another EU funding schemes (including other Erasmus+ actions). A beneficiary CANNOT benefit from another EU financial support for the same activities for which he/she has already received the Erasmus Mundus IPCV funding.