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TEMPUS is one of the European Union’s programmes which support...

TEMPUS

TEMPUS is one of the European Union’s programmes which support the modernisation of higher education in the Partner Countries of Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Western Balkans and the Mediterranean region, mainly through university cooperation projects. Tempus Calls for Proposal are not announced, because in 2014 Tempus was replaced by Erasmus+; but Tempus projects financed in 2012 and later are still valid.

Tempus provided support to consortia of institutions composed mainly of universities or university associations, as well as non-academic partners.

The first Tempus programme was carried out from 1990 to 1994. Next stages cover the following periods: Tempus II (1994-200) and Tempus III (2000-2006). The new phase of the programme -Tempus IV (2007-2013). More about tempus history is available at: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus/programme/history_tempus_en.php

Within Tempus IV three types of actions are funded:

implemented at institutional level to reform curricula, improve university governance, create more links with society.

implemented at national level for the development and reform of national higher education structures and systems in Partner Countries.

comprise dissemination and information activities related to Tempus projects, such as conferences on various themes relevant to the programme, studies, consultation with stakeholders and activities aimed at identifying and making best use of 'good practice' on projects.

For more information about TEMPUS IV follow the website: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/tempus/index_en.php

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