A Jean Monnet Module is a short teaching programme (or course) in the field of European Union studies at a higher education institution. Each Module has a minimum duration of 40 teaching hours per academic year and must focus on one particular discipline in European studies or be multidisciplinary requiring the academic input of several professors and experts.
The aim of the modules is to promote research and teaching experience among young researchers, scholars and practitioners in EU issues, foster the publication and dissemination of academic research, create interest in the EU, foster the introduction of an EU angle mainly into non EU related studies and deliver tailor-made courses on specific EU issues relevant for graduates in their professional life.
For further information on Jean Monnet Modules please refer to the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
Length: 3 years
Maximum grant award:
Application deadline: 22rd February 2018 at 12:00 midday Brussels time for projects starting on 1st September of the same year.
What does it support:
Jean Monnet Modules must take one of the following forms:
For detailed information on activities supported by Jean Monnet Modules please refer to the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
Who can benefit from it:
The following can benefit:
For the list of organisations eligible to apply, please refer to the tab 'who can apply'.
What support is available:
The maximum eligible grant is €30,000. This can represent the maximum of 75% of the total cost of the Jean Monnet Module.
Who can apply:
A higher education institution (HEI) established in any country of the world.
HEIs established in Programme Countries must hold a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). An ECHE is not required for participating HEIs in Partner Countries.
Please note that individuals cannot apply directly for a grant.
How to apply:
1. Read the call for proposals.
2. Read the guidelines for applicants carefully (these can be found under the tab 'guidelines' on the call for proposal page).
3. Create an EU Login (formerly known as ECAS). All applicants must have an EU Login account. Once you have created an EU Login account you no longer need to do so again.
4. Register in the Participant Portal and receive a Participant Identification Code (PIC). All organisations involved in the application must have a PIC. Once you have obtained a PIC there is no need to register again. The PIC will be requested in the application form.
5. Fill in the official application form (also known as the eForm) (this can be found in under the tab 'eform' on the call for proposal page).
6. Fill in and upload the legal entity form and financial identification form (required for the applicant organisation only) in the Participant Portal.
7. Submit your application online before the specified deadline.
8. Make sure you receive a confirmation email.
How are applications selected:
All project proposals are assessed on the basis of the eligibility, exclusion, selection and award criteria described in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
For information on how applications are selected please refer to the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
Quality assessments are carried out with the support of external evaluators. For more information on the quality review, please consult the Guide for experts.
What happens if your application is selected:
All applicants will receive a written notification of the outcome of the selection procedure as well as feedback on the evaluation of their application.
If need be, successful applicants may be contacted to provide supporting documents or clarifications.
A grant agreement/decision detailing all conditions with regard to the awarded grant will then be signed.
Jean Monnet - Modules is managed by the EACEA in Brussels.
If you do not find what you are looking for in the Programme Guide or on our website, please contact us at the following email address mentioning the action concerned (Jean Monnet - Modules)
If you are based in a Programme Country and have a country-specific question on this action, you can also contact the International Erasmus+ Contact Point (ICP) in your National Agency. For the list of these offices, please click here.
If you are based in a Partner Country, you can also contact the National Erasmus+ Office (NEO) which exists in certain Partner Countries (former Tempus Partner Countries).