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Call for Proposals: European Economic Area Scholarship Programme

Lithuania, 13 August 2015


This call is designated to the programme aim:

  • Enhancing student achievements in preschool, general education and vocational training through modernisation of curricula and improvement of teacher training and in-service training of educational staff.

Supported activities

In the implementation of the Programme aims according to the Guidelines the following measures are financed:

  • Mobility projects in other educational institutions and education related institution (hereinafter referred to as Measure I).

  • Inter-institutional cooperation in the field of education (hereinafter referred to as Measure II).

Activities supported under Measure I are as follows:

  • Lecturing visit for a period up to 6 weeks. Minimum requirement for the lecturing visit participant is to deliver lectures for minimum 5 hours in the applicant’s or partner's institution throughout the visit period.

  • Participation in conferences, seminars, workshops or other training events for period up to 6 weeks.

  • Traineeship of a project participant in applicant’s or partner’s institution for purposes of training or research (“job shadowing”).

Activities supported under Measure II are as follows:

  • Support to inter-institutional cooperation in the field of education between the institutions in the Republic of Lithuania and Donor State, including such measures as exchanges of education institutions’ administrative staff, teachers, lecturers or students, or placements of students or administrative staff.

  • Modernisation of curriculum.

  • Modernisation of teaching (learning) methods or teaching (learning) tools.

  • Advising on development of the educational offer or education system.

Total budget of the call 718 478.00 EUR


Submission Deadline: 5 October 2015

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