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Ongoing Erasmus+ partnership projects

  • Erasmus Goes Green looks at the carbon footprint of the Erasmus+ programme with a view to estimating and reducing it. The project includes the creation of a website and an application for students to help them choose the most environmentally friendly means of transport to their mobility institution. It also offers incentives to guide the choice of transport mode as well as carbon compensation measures. Partnership coordinated by UVSQ, with the universities of Thessaloniki (Aristotle), Lodz, Lapland (UAS), Rotterdam (Erasmus) as well as the European University Foundation and the Erasmus Student Network.
  • HLITL aims to determine the best mobility formulas, depending on the typology (physical, virtual or hybrid) and duration of the mobility. Partnership coordinated by the UVSQ, with the universities of Marburg, Budapest (ELTE), Lodz, Porto as well as the European University Foundation and the Erasmus Student Network.
  • ERUM provides keys to improving science communication. The project serves to improve the training of journalists and to help researchers and students to better communicate their research work. Partnership coordinated by the University of Vienna, including UVSQ, the universities of Thessaloniki (Aristotle), Kaunas (Vytautas Magnus), Alcala, Cyprus and the European University Foundation.
  • NORM offers solutions to ensure that every student has the opportunity to be mobile during their studies. Partnership coordinated by the University of Marburg with the UVSQ, the universities of Thessaloniki (Aristotle), Barcelona, Budapest (ELTE), Alcala as well as the European University Foundation and the Erasmus Student Network.
  • UTTERLY is an Erasmus + capacity building project coordinated by the Ivan Franko National University in Lviv (Ukraine). This 2-year project brings together 14 European partners, including the UVSQ, and focuses on the creation of Centres of Teaching Excellence (CTE), certification centres for university teachers.

Completed Erasmus+ partnership projects

  • ERIS aims to give secondary school students a taste for scientific subjects and to encourage them to pursue scientific studies. Educational kits in 4 languages are developed by teacher-researchers and made available to secondary school teachers. Partnership coordinated by the Polish Academy of Sciences, with the UVSQ and the University of Bucharest.
  • 3IPEP links environmental law, indigenous peoples' law and corporate social law. Partnership coordinated by the UVSQ, with the University of Lapland and the Graduate School of Law in Riga.
  • Graduate Spirit focuses on improving training in doctoral schools. Partnership coordinated by Erasmus University Rotterdam, with UVSQ, Central European University, the Universities of Leipzig, Heidelberg, Helsinki, KU Leuven and the Polish Academy of Sciences.