Erasmus+ individual mobility - Key Action 1
The UiS sees Erasmus+ mobility as a key component in developing quality in education and in linking education with research and innovation. Mobility not only prepares candidates for future jobs through developing essential 21st century digital, entrepreneurial and basic skills. It also supports learning a comparative perspective on education, culture and the world, which is crucial to ensure inclusion, citizenship and democratic society.
To read more about how UiS organizes Erasmus+ mobility for students and staff, please see the following pages:
- Erasmus+ mobility in programme countries - European exchanges
- Erasmus+ mobility in partner countries - International Credit Mobility
Erasmus Mundus - Key Action 1
The UiS participates as partner in 2 Erasmus Mundus joint degree programmes as a result of initiatives to establish strategic partnerships in international education:
- EMMIR - European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations
- MFAMILY - European Master in Social Work with Families and Children
Please visit our Erasmus Mundus web page for further information on our participation and programme information.
Erasmus+ cooperation projects - Key Action 2
The UiS is a partner in a number of cooperation projects in international education co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme. Projects are run by academic departments/centres and headed by an academic project manager. Please consult faculty and department/centre web pages for a list of current projects.