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MOVER is a mobility project funded by the European Commission Under the Erasmus Mundus programme, Action 2.

The aim of MOVER is to contribute to the Third Countries´ challenges, as posed in their national plans of development, by upgrading the students and the staff academic level (particularly at postgraduate level) and to promote the design of joint degrees between the EU and the TC partners while encouraging the emergence of new ones in the TC institutions.

The partnership is coordinated by the University of Murcia, Spain, and composed by a Consortium of 23 Universities including Partners and Associates in Asia and Europe, one associate network, two NGOs and other associates. A total mobility of 115 individuals will be involved in educational and training activities from Asia to Europe.

The EU grants are available to undergraduates (bachelor), graduates (master) and doctoral students, but also postdoctoral researchers and academic staff members. Mobility scholarships range from 1000 to 2500 euro/months depending on the academic level, and Air tickets and Insurance are also provided to perform study and research activity at one of the partnered universities. Tuition fees are waived or covered by the programme.


To be eligible to participate in the programme you must be a citizen of the Asian countries covered by this project (China, Cambodia, The Philippines, Laos, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and India). The mobility will take place from Asia to Europe only. No intra-european or intra-asian mobility can be funded under the EMA2 scheme. Perspective candidates eligible to apply are: Students, researchers, academic staff with relevant documents stating their citizenship, study level, proficiency in the language of instruction. They must be able to produce the documents certifying the academic level and titles needed to enrol to the chosen study course or programme at the host university. Some universities may require additional documentation, depending on National or Institutional regulations, or entry/language tests such as Toefl-test. Hanoi National University of Education is a partner of MOVER project.

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