📣📣📣Call for AI-NURECC PLUS Transnational Mobility Experience is out!!!📣📣📣
The CALL for AI-NURECC PLUS Transnational Mobility Experience is out!
The AI-NURECC PLUS project provides funding to activate high-level transnational mobility experiences that will be carried out at institutions located in the Adriatic-Ionian area, covering all EUSAIR countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovenia.
Approximately 27 transnational mobility experiences for a maximum period of three months for master’s graduates will be made available at Universities (UniAdrion members), Chambers of Commerce (FORUM AIC members), Cities and Regions (FAIC and AIE members) in the EUSAIR countries. Moreover, also the DG REGIO of the European Commission and CPMR Members’ delegations (from the EUSAIR area), will be able to host in Brussels young master’s graduates, depending on the choice of the candidate and the availability of the hosting institution.
The objective is to implement the awareness of young people to be part of the EUSAIR, to discover the state of the art and future scenarios. The purposes are manifold: strengthening international cooperation between countries of the Adriatic-Ionian macro-region, promoting structured mobility, and boosting skills of the young people.
Each selected candidate will receive a lump-sum for the mobility period. In addition, candidates will be covered by comprehensive insurance. No cost will be charged to institutions which, in addition to participating free of charge, will have the opportunity to interact with young people and to test skills during the mobility period for possible future opportunities.
The partner in charge to manage the mobility will be UniAdrion and the other partners of the AI-NURECC PLUS project will be actively involved during the all duration of the activities.
The deadline for sending applications will expire on 31 July!
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION:
THE CALL DOCUMENT HAS BEEN UPDATED ON 19 JULY 2023. A sentence has been added (see art. 6 and 9) to explain that the candidate has to choose two possible institutions in two different countries other than their own nationality and place of residence due to the fact that the call goal is to enhance TRANSNATIONAL MOBILITY.