EIMF has submitted its application for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) in January 2024 and the application is currently being considered.
Pending approval of the application submitted and as part of better preparing for the management of future Erasmus+ actions, EIMF has made the following arrangements:
1. The Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS) and the ECHE Charter will be uploaded on this webpage once the review of the application is concluded, and the response is positive.
2. All the available policies and procedures that will guide EIMF students and staff in participating in Erasmus+ activities will become available via this website.
3. A separate Erasmus Office has been established under the International Office of EIMF. The details of the Erasmus Office and the assigned officer may be found below.
The Erasmus+ Office is responsible for coordinating and managing the EIMF’s participation in the Erasmus+ programme. It plays a crucial role in facilitating international mobility opportunities for students, staff, and faculty; handling the “Before, During and After” administration; and promoting cooperation between EIMF and other European institutions. The key duties and responsibilities of the Erasmus+ Office include:
By fulfilling these duties and responsibilities, the Erasmus+ Office plays a crucial role in fostering internationalisation, promoting cross-cultural understanding, and enhancing the quality of education and professional development opportunities within the EIMF community.