Erasmus & Scholarship
TEMA Erasmus Mundus Master CouThe rse welcomes outstanding scholars (academics and professionals), who are interested in contributing to the TEMA programme, while carrying out independent research. Their enriching contribution to the study programme may include teaching as guest lecturers, supervising thesis projects of TEMA students, giving lectures during the intensive week’s seminar, as well as taking part in the annual evaluation of the Master Course by submitting an activity report. A contract defining the terms and conditions of the contribution will be signed between visiting scholars and the TEMA Consortium.
Visiting scholars may be junior or senior fellows, as well as professors. They may be hosted from September 2015 to June 2016 for a period of two weeks up to three months in one of the four partner institutions. Please note that academic year starts at different dates in the consortium’s partner institutions. Visiting scholars may arrive as early as the third week of September, when the intensive week is organised. They will be integrated in the hosting institution’s TEMA teaching staff and will be provided with computer, internet and library access, as well as with office facilities.
Each year, a few number of scholars enrolled in third country higher education institutions* can apply for an Erasmus+ scholarship, offered by the European Commission. We regret to inform scholars that the Erasmus+ grant is not available for European applicants.
Applicants are selected by the TEMA Pedagogic Council on the basis of academic and/or professional excellence, language proficiency, teaching abilities and adequacy of their experience with the TEMA curriculum. The list of selected applicants must be approved by the European Commission.
The amount of the weekly living allowance is 1.895 EUR, including travel costs. The grant is paid by Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, legal representative of the TEMA Consortium, regardless of the hosting institution.
Read more about Erasmus+ scholarships on the EACEA website.
*Third country scholars : scholars enrolled in higher education institutions from countries other than a Member State of the European Union or an EEA-EFTA State (Iceland, Norway, and Lichtenstein), who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity for more than a total of 12 months as from the 28th of February 2010 in one of these countries.