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Ausmip R&DaR, master Exchange

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR AUSMIP R&DaR MASTER MOBILITY APPLICANTS;

Interested students must compulsory submit their application via the Ausmip program’s website.  However, please take note that you can upload your application only as from March 9.

  The deadline for applications is March 15th 2015.

In case of non-approval of the JASSO funding, selected students will be allowed to participate to the program but would have to self-finance their mobility independently.

If your application is approved, JASSO funding will encompass a monthly stipend for a period of 6 months, however no air-fare is included. 

For Japanese students going to ENSAPLV Paris, the monthly stipend will be 100.000 yen, for all other destinations (both Japan and Europe) the stipend will be 80.000 yen.

 Before submitting your application, please check carefully eligibility and conditions below.

 

重要なお知らせ;AUSMIP R&DaR MASTER MOBILITY に応募する方へ

 平成25年3月15日から募集を開始します。申請を希望する学生はAusmipプログラムのウェブサイトからエントリーしてください。

 申請締切日は平成27415日です。

 

 本プログラムがJASSOに採択されなかった場合、選考を通過した留学生は自己負担でプログラムに参加することになります。

 JASSOより支給される奨学金には、6か月間の滞在費用が含まれていますが、渡航費用は含まれていませんので、ご注意ください。

ENSAPLV パリ校へ留学する日本人の学生は、月10万円が支給されます。その他の大学へ留学する学生は、月8万円が支給されます。

 本プログラムに応募される方は、下記の募集要項を確認してください。

 

Ausmip R&DaR Masters‘ Mobility, Academic Year 2015-2016, Terms, Conditions and Eligibility.  
The hereunder defined common criteria are valid only for applicants applying for a scholarship from the EU.  Japanese applicants should contact their local coordinator.
欧州委員会が支援する奨学金を志望する出願者のみ、下記の選考基準により選抜されます。日本からの出願者は、所属先の大学のAUSMIP責任者へ直接問い合わせをしてください。
 
However, all applicants, both European and Japanese are to apply via the website.
欧州連合諸国及び日本からの出願者は、ウェブサイトより申込みの手続きを行ってください。
 
AUSMIP R&DaR ONLY CONCERNS MOBILITY FROM THE EU TO JAPAN, AND JAPAN TO THE EU, AND IS LIMITED TO EXCHANGES BETWEEN THE TEN PARTICIPATING DEPARTMENTS ONLY.

AUSMIP R&DaRプログラムは、日本と欧州連合諸国間における交換留学制度を推進しており、本プログラムに加入している10つの提携大学に限られています。

EU Departments Criteria;
1.    Only holders of a Bachelor degree who, at the moment of their application, are regularly enrolled in the Master Programs of Architecture and/or Urban Planning at any of the four European partners of the program will be accepted.  
2.    English is the common language of the Ausmip R&DaR program.  Students should have a good command of English, both spoken and written. Applicants are required to demonstrate their proficiency in English, and are advised to do so through submitting the results of a recognized language proficiency test such as IELTS (Academic version, overall band score of at least 6.5) or TOEFL (minimum score of at least 580 (paper-based) or 237 (computer based) or 92 (internet based)).
3.    Applications are to be submitted compulsory through the program’s website.  Deadlines may differ per Department.
4.    In addition to the common application forms, each department may ask to submit additional information and will organize interviews.  
5.    Students who wish to include letters of recommendation to their application, can submit those only via the website.
6.    Each participating Department will autonomously assess students individually on basis of their academic record, experience, portfolio, language skills, research plan and motivation.    
7.    Participating students will remain enrolled at their home (sending) department during the entire duration of their mobility, and are exempted from any tuition fees at the host department.
8.    Accepted Ausmip R&DaR Master students are required to sign a Study Contract, defining their minimum study program, which may include an internship, in Japan.  Transcript of obtained credits follows the Japanese standard, and will be converted to ECTS credits.  Study Contracts can be downloaded from the website.
9.    Selected EU students are obliged to participate to the joint evaluations organized co-jointly between all 5 Japanese and all 5 European partners after completion of the program. Assignments are defined autonomously by each Department. 

AUSMIP+ PhD Mobility

AUSMIP+   PhD Mobility, Criteria and Procedures for Applications;

1.    Only holders of a Master degree, who, at the moment of their application are regularly enrolled in a Doctoral Program or PhD researchers conducting their research at any of the European and third country participating partners to the Ausmip program are eligible.  

2.   EU applications will be accepted of candidates not yet enrolled in a PhD program, but who intend to commence their PhD research via the Ausmip Program.  In such case, if approved, their Ausmip application’s final endorsement can only be proceeded after official enrollment in the home (sending) institution’s PhD program at least 3 weeks prior to the assessment deadline! 

NOTE; JAPANESE, KOREAN, AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND APPLICANTS MUST ALWAYS BE ENROLLED AS A PHD PRIOR TO THEIR AUSMIP APPLICATION.

3.    For the academic year 2014-2015, no co-tutelles will be established.  Each department reserves the right to set additional criteria as to during what stage of their research, PhD researchers can be exchanged to one of the Ausmip partners.

4.    PhD candidates applying from the EU to a third country participating department must have the EU-28 nationality.  Non-EU applicants (for research in Japan, Korea, Australia and New-Zealand) are not eligible for funding under any circumstances.   Applications from third countries’ participating departments in Japan, Korea, New-Zealand and Australia to the EU are restricted to nationals from the following countries; Japan, Korea, (ROK), Australia, New-Zealand, USA, Canada, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan*, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates.  (*) Note Chinese nationals cannot apply.

NON ELIGIBLE NATIONALITIES MAY APPLY FOR A NON-FUNDED AUSMIP MOBILITY.  IF APPROVED NOTE THE PROGRAM CAN NOT FINANCIALLY CONTRIBUTE IN ANY WAY TO YOUR MOBILITY ABROAD. 

5.    The AUSMIP+ program is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Partnership Building Program, seeking to stimulate research exchange and mobility between the EU and the third countries.  Within the AUSMIP+ framework, young researchers are especially encouraged.  In this regard, applicants who are only commencing, or considering a PhD, are strongly encouraged to make use of the AUSMIP✚ program.  

6.    English is the common language of the AUSMIP✚ program.  Researchers should have a good command of English, both spoken and written.  Take note language eligibility criteria differ per region.

For Applications to the EU, Japan and Korea;

Applicants are required to demonstrate their proficiency in English, and are advised to do so through submitting the results of a recognized language proficiency test such as IELTS (Academic version, overall band score of at least 6.5) or TOEFL (minimum score of at least 580 (paper-based) or 237 (computer based) or 92 (internet based)).  
For some departments, you may be asked to submit these results compulsory prior to the final endorsement of your application, and/or be required to participate to additional tests prior to acceptance.

For Applications to Australia and New-Zealand;

Minimum grades required in any of the following tests, or equivalent, are as follows:

IELTS (Academic English only):       7.0 (written 7.0 with no band less than 6.0)

TOEFL (Paper based test):            600 + TWE 5.0

TOEFL (Computer based test):       250 + 5.0 essay rating

TOEFL (Internet based test):         94 + Writing 27; Speaking 18; Reading 13; Listening 13

NOTE; Required scores must be achieved from a single test report, even if you have sat for multiple TOEFL or IELTS tests, and must have been attempted within the last two years prior to the submitting date of your Ausmip application.

Further information about equivalent demonstration of English proficiency is available at http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/admissions/entry-requirements/language-requirements  (see ‘For graduate applicants)

Applicants who passed a local University English language exam can provide and upload a letter of their home department certifying the candidate’s language level.  This letter should mention the applicant’s name, date of birth, and certification of having passed the University’s English exam with sufficient results, (academic skills achievement CEFR C1) & date and location of the exam. 

The letter needs to be on official University letterhead and must be signed by a member of staff with the appropriate authority.

 

Example;

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;

this is to certify that (STUDENT NAME), born on (DATE OF BIRTH), passed our university English exam with sufficient results (academic skills achievement of CEFR C1).  This exam was conducted at (UNIVERSUTY NAME), (LOCATION) on (DATE).

7.    Participating researchers will remain enrolled at their home (sending) department during the entire duration of their mobility, and are exempted from any tuition fees at the host department.  However, you may be asked to pay for certain expenses such as library fees, copies, and so forth.

8.    The maximum period of exchange is 12 months.  Exceptionally this period can be extended, if approved by both the host and sending Department.  For any mobility beyond 12 months, please contact your local coordinator prior to submitting your application.

9.    Applications are to be submitted via the program’s website only.  Candidates must complete all requested information on the online forms, failure to do so renders any application ineligible.

10.    Assessment of the applications includes minimum three assessors, including the sending partner, host partner and all regional partners.  For all applications, the sending partners’ weight in the assessment is 35%, the host department is equally 35 %, while all regional partners’ vote weighs equal, divided over the remaining 30%.
The AUSMIP+ partnership consists of four regions; the EU (5 partners), Japan, (3 partners), South Korea (2 partners) and the Pacific Region, (2 partners).

11.    Deadlines are different per region, please make sure to check and submit your application on time.

 

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Latest start Mobility (PhD and Post-Doc) all Regions.

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12.    All assessments will receive a mark and ranking.  Applications scoring;

  • over 80% are always accepted by definition.
  • over 70 % may be subject to reductions in time, depending on the availability of the remaining funding.
  • over 65 %, are put on hold, candidates might obtain grants in case higher ranked applicatants decline stipends.  In such case applicants might be asked to improve the submitted materials, such as research plans or any other relevant aspects of their application.
  • less than 65 % will not be accepted.
  • Applicants who do not comply with articles 1, 2 ,3 & 4 will be vetoed by the sending department.

The AUSMIP+ program is funded by the EACEA, strict rules apply as to the quota per partner and kind of mobility.  Even though your application might be approved by the assessors, it might not be granted due to insufficient funding or if in excess of quota.  Note that the highest ranked applications will always be prioritized.  Please make sure to check with your local coordinator about quota prior to making an application.
Designated assessors are entitled to obtain additional advice from third experts, however only the program’s official assessors are eligible to cast their vote.

13.    The selection & completion procedures consists of 7 principal phases, all managed via a digital database;

Initial Phase;    You are strongly advised to discuss your application with your promoter, international office, sending & host local coordinator and department prior to submitting any candidature.    
Preparatory Phase;    Prepare your application off-line, make sure to arrange for your letters of recommendation, as you will need to include two letters of recommendations, of which one by your PhD promoter.  
    Note you must, but cannot submit more than 2 letters of recommendation.
Phase 1;    Register, then upload your completed application, letters of reference and all required materials via the website.
Phase 2;    Assessment of your application. (about 4 weeks)
Phase 3;    Selected candidates receive an acceptance form, and are informed about their ranking.  Acceptance forms should be uploaded within 4 weeks. Your acceptance form will ask you to confirm your research plan, which will then count as a contract for your AUSMIP✚ mobility period.  

Appeal

In case you do not agree with the assessment of your application, you can submit an appeal within two weeks of receiving the assessment committee's decision.  Any appeal can only be submitted via the local coordinator at your home (sending) Department.


The AUSMIP+ contract only concerns the Ausmip program, you may be asked to sign an additional research contract, depending on the requirements of your own department or doctoral school.
Please make sure to discuss your acceptance with your department and ascertain your mobility is also endorsed institutionally.


Phase 4;    Confirmed applications will be endorsed by the local coordinator (sending Department), and checked in coordination with the program coordinator for compliance with the program’s quota and then send to the EACEA for a final approval.
Phase 5    The sending Department receives your stipend, which will be transmitted to your account in accordance with your own departments’ regulations.
Research period abroad; minimum 6 months, maximum 12 months.
Phase 6    Approximately one month prior to the completion of your research period you will receive a ‘Research Report’ form, which you will need to upload via the website.
    The research report is to be submitted by all grantees, you may be asked by your home department to submit additional proof of your research.
Phase 7    After approval of your research report by your local coordinator you will receive a ‘Completion’ form, indicating any possible balance payments to be reimbursed via your department.
Note that your research report might be published online on the Ausmip website.  

Please take into account that it takes minimum about 20 weeks between submitting your application and commencement of your research at the Host Department.

AUSMIP+ Post-Doc Mobility

AUSMIP+   Post-Doc Mobility, Criteria and Procedures for Applications;
1.    Only holders of a PhD can apply, and applications must be submitted within six years of having received the PhD degree.  Applicants must have a strong link with any of the 12 partners or 11 associated partners. In case of any questions in regard to eligibility, please contact the local coordinator or program coordinator of the program.
2.    Post-Doc candidates applying from the EU to a third country participating department must have the EU-28 nationality.  Non-EU applicants (for research in Japan, Korea, Australia and New-Zealand) are not eligible under any circumstances.   Applications from third countries’ participating departments in Japan, Korea, New-Zealand and Australia to the EU are restricted to nationals from the following countries; Japan, Korea, (ROK), Australia, New-Zealand, USA, Canada, Brunei, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan*, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates.  (*) Note Chinese nationals cannot apply.  

3.    English is the common language of the AUSMIP✚ program.  Researchers should have a good command of English, both spoken and written.  Take note language eligibility criteria differ per region.

For Applications to the EU, Japan and Korea;

Applicants are required to demonstrate their proficiency in English, and are advised to do so through submitting the results of a recognized language proficiency test such as IELTS (Academic version, overall band score of at least 6.5) or TOEFL (minimum score of at least 580 (paper-based) or 237 (computer based) or 92 (internet based)).  
For some departments, you may be asked to submit these results compulsory prior to the final endorsement of your application, and/or be required to participate to additional tests prior to acceptance.

For Applications to Australia and New-Zealand;

Minimum grades required in any of the following tests, or equivalent, are as follows:

IELTS (Academic English only):       7.0 (written 7.0 with no band less than 6.0)

TOEFL (Paper based test):            600 + TWE 5.0

TOEFL (Computer based test):       250 + 5.0 essay rating

TOEFL (Internet based test):         94 + Writing 27; Speaking 18; Reading 13; Listening 13

NOTE; Required scores must be achieved from a single test report, even if you have sat for multiple TOEFL or IELTS tests, and must have been attempted within the last two years prior to the submitting date of your Ausmip application.

Further information about equivalent demonstration of English proficiency is available at http://futurestudents.unimelb.edu.au/admissions/entry-requirements/language-requirements  (see ‘For graduate applicants)

Applicants who passed a local University English language exam can provide and upload a letter of their home department certifying the candidate’s language level.  This letter should mention the applicant’s name, date of birth, and certification of having passed the University’s English exam with sufficient results, (academic skills achievement CEFR C1) & date and location of the exam. 

The letter needs to be on official University letterhead and must be signed by a member of staff with the appropriate authority.

Example;

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN;

this is to certify that (STUDENT NAME), born on (DATE OF BIRTH), passed our university English exam with sufficient results (academic skills achievement of CEFR C1).  This exam was conducted at (UNIVERSUTY NAME), (LOCATION) on (DATE).


4.    Participating researchers will remain enrolled at their home (sending) department during the entire duration of their mobility, and are exempted from any tuition fees at the host department.  You may be asked to pay for certain expenses such as library fees, copies, and so forth.
5.    The minimum and maximum period of exchange is respectively 6 and 10 months.  
6.    Applications are to be submitted via the program’s website only.  Candidates must complete all requested information on the online forms, failure to do so renders any application ineligible.
7.    Assessment of the applications includes minimum three assessors, including the sending partner, host partner and all regional partners.  For all applications, the sending partners’ weight in the assessment is 35%, the host department is equally 35 %, while all regional partners’ vote weighs equal, divided over the remaining 30%.
The AUSMIP+ partnership consists of four regions, the EU (5 partners), Japan, (3 partners), South Korea (2 partners) and the Pacific Region, (2 partners).
8.    Deadlines are different per region, please make sure to check and submit your application on time.

 

Deadlines AY 2014-2015

 


Europe

Japan

Korea

Pacific

ALL APPLICATIONS CLOSED

 

 

 

 

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Earliest start Mobility

All applications closed

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All applications closed

 

Earliest start Mobility

All applications closed

 

Earliest start Mobility

All applications closed

 

Latest start Mobility (PhD and Post-Doc) all Regions.

31 December 2014

The AUSMIP+ contract only concerns the Ausmip program, you will be asked to sign an additional research contract, depending on the requirements of your own department or doctoral school.Applicants who would not agree with the assessment committee’s decision, can submit an appeal within 2 weeks after having received the decision.  Appeals can only be submitted through the local coordinator.
Appeal

9.    All assessments will receive a mark and ranking.  Applications scoring;
a.    over 80% are always accepted by definition.
b.    over 70 % may be subject to reductions in time, depending on the availability of the remaining funding.
c.    over 65 %, are put on hold, candidates might obtain grants in case higher ranked applications decline stipends.  In such case applicants might be asked to improve the submitted materials, such as research plans or any other relevant aspects of their application.
d.    less than 65 % will not be accepted.
e.    Applicants who do not comply with articles 1 & 2 will be vetoed by the sending department.
The AUSMIP✚ program is funded by the EACEA, strict rules apply as to the quota per partner and kind of mobility.  Even though your application might be approved by the assessors, it might not be granted due to insufficient funding or if in excess of quota.  Note that the highest ranked applications will always be prioritized.
Designated assessors are entitled to obtain additional advice from third experts, however only the program’s official assessors are eligible to cast their vote.
10.    The selection & completion procedures consists of 7 principal phases, all managed via a digital database;
Initial Phase;    You are strongly advised to discuss your application with sending & host local coordinator prior to submitting any candidature.    
Preparatory Phase;    Prepare your application off-line, make sure to arrange for your letters of recommendation, you will need to include two letter of recommendations, of which at least one is to be written by someone not affiliated to your home Department.
    Note you cannot submit more than 2 letters of recommendation.
Phase 1;    Register, then upload your completed application, letters of reference and all required materials via the website.
Phase 2;    Assessment of your application. (about 4 weeks)
Phase 3;    Selected candidates receive an acceptance form, and are informed about their ranking.  Acceptance form should be uploaded within 4 weeks. Your acceptance form will ask you to confirm your research plan, which will then count as a contract for your AUSMIP✚ mobility period.  

Please make sure to discuss your acceptance with your department and ascertain your mobility is also endorsed institutionally.


Phase 4;    Confirmed applications will be endorsed by the local coordinator (sending Department), and checked in coordination with the program coordinator for compliance with the program’s quota and then send to the EACEA for a final approval.
Phase 5    The sending Department receives your stipend, which will be transmitted to your account in accordance with your own departments’ regulations.
Research period abroad, minimum 6 months, maximum 10 months.
Phase 6    Approximately one month prior to the completion of your research period you will receive a ‘Research Report’ form, which you will need to upload via the website.
The research report is to be submitted by all grantees, you may be asked by your home department to submit additional proof of your research.
Phase 7    After approval of your research report by your local coordinator you will receive a ‘Completion’ form, indicating any possible balance payments to be reimbursed via your department.
Note that your research report might be published online on the Ausmip website

Please take into account that it takes minimum about 20 weeks between submitting your application and commencement of your research at the Host Department.    

AUSMIP+ & Ausmip R&DaR Faculty & Staff mobility

AUSMIP+   Faculty Mobility, Criteria and Procedures;

1.    Faculty mobility may include research, teaching, and administrative exchanges at any of the 12 partners’ Departments and 11 Associated Partners facilities.
2.    Applicants must be contractually enrolled at any of the 12 Partner Departments to be eligible.
3.    Any activity at the associated partners must be arranged via the affiliated partners.
4.    English is the common language of the AUSMIP+ program.  Applying faculty should have a good command of English, both spoken and written.  
5.    Participating faculty will remain enrolled at their home (sending) department during the entire duration of their mobility.  Stipends can never replace salaries.
6.    The AUSMIP+ program is an Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Partnership Building Program, seeking to stimulate research & teaching exchange and mobility between the EU and the third countries.  Any AUSMIP+ faculty mobility therefore can only encompass activities within the programs’ academic framework and can be conducted at the 12 partners and 11 associated partners departments only.  
7.    The selection & completion procedures consists of 4 principal phases, all managed via a digital database;
Initial Phase;    You are strongly advised to discuss your intended mobility with the sending & host local coordinator prior to submitting any Mobility Request.    
Preparation;    Prepare your mobility request form off-line, please make sure to discuss your activities with the host department, which will need to endorse your mobility prior to any final approval.
Phase 1;    Register, then upload your completed Mobility Request, which will be automatically send to the host department’s local coordinator for endorsement.
Phase 2;    Assessment of your application by the host department. (about 4 weeks).  If your Mobility Request is approved, the host department’s local coordinator will submit an endorsement form to the program coordinator.
Phase 3;    If endorsed, you will receive an acceptance form.  Acceptance forms should be uploaded within 4 weeks. Your acceptance form includes a prepayment request, and after a final confirmation of the program coordinator you will be paid your stipend and airfare.
Note that even though your application might be approved by the host department, it might not be granted due to insufficient funding or if in excess of quota.  Note that coordinator and assessor mobility always has priority.


Please make sure to discuss your acceptance with your department and ascertain your mobility is also endorsed institutionally.


Mobility period abroad; minimum 1 month, maximum 3 months.


Phase 4    Approximately one week after the completion of your mobility you will receive a Mobility Report’ form, which you will need to upload via the website.  In case your effective stay would be less than the requested period of mobility, you will be asked to make a balance payment to reimburse partly your funding.
Note that your mobility report might be published online on the Ausmip website.
8.    AUSMIP+ faculty mobility can be initiated at any time during the program, however please note the program is funded by the EACEA and strict rules apply as to the quota per partner and kind of mobility.  Therefore, please make sure to discuss your application with your local coordinator before submitting.
Note that it takes about 12 weeks between uploading your Mobility Requests and the final approval and payment.  No payments can be executed during the period between July 7 to August 5.

AUSMIP + faculty mobility applications can be submitted at any time via the website. There are no restrictions regarding applicants nationality.

APPLICATIONS FOR AUSMIP R&DaR FACULTY MOBILITY ARE CLOSED AS FROM OCTOBER FIRST 2013 FOLLOWING THE ENDING OF EACEA FUNDING.  Please check our website regularly for new funded faculty-mobility funding in the near future.

Ausmip R&DaR short-term Faculty Mobility, Criteria and Procedures;

1.    Only faculty or administrative staff contractually enrolled at any of the eight partners departments, are eligible for an Ausmip R&DaR mobility funding.
2.    Any mobility is to be related to the Ausmip R&DaR program, and might encompass activities such as lectures, participation to jury’s, design assignments and workshops, and/or administrative exchanges.  
3.    Ausmip R&DaR faculty mobility concerns short-term mobility only, usually taking about 1 to 2,5 weeks of exchange.
4.    Priorities might differ per department, therefore any application for Ausmip R&DaR faculty mobility is to be approved by, and organized in coordination with, the local coordinators both at the sending and host department.  
5.    Faculty mobility is pre-financed by each department, re-imbursement forms can be downloaded from the website via the local coordinator and must always be approved by the local coordinator before submittal.

Ausmip R&DaR Mobility must always be arranged by your local coordinator.  You can not apply online.

AUSMIP+ Coordinators & Assessors mobility

AUSMIP+   Coordinators & Assessors Mobility, Guidelines;
1.    Coordinator & Assessors mobility may include research, teaching, program assessment and administrative exchanges at any of the 12 partners’ Departments and 11 Associated Partners facilities.
2.    Only coordinators and assessors can apply.
3.    Participating coordinators will remain enrolled at their home (sending) department during the entire duration of their mobility.  Stipends can never replace salaries.
4.    The application and completion procedures consists of 3 principal phases, all managed via a digital database;
Phase 1;    Upload your completed Mobility Application, which will be automatically send to the host partner and program coordinator for approval.  
Phase 2;    If approved by the host-partner, you will be paid your stipend and airfare. In case your mobility would be in excess of designated quota per partners, you will be contacted by the program coordinator.
Mobility period abroad, minimum 1 month, maximum 3 months.
Phase 3    Approximately one week after the completion of your mobility you will receive a ‘Mobility Completion’ form, which you will need to upload via the website.  In case your effective stay would be less than the requested period of mobility, you will be asked to make a balance payment to reimburse partly your funding.
5.    AUSMIP+ coordinator and assessor mobility can be initiated at any time during the program, however please note the program is funded by the EACEA and strict rules apply as to the quota per partner and kind of mobility.  Therefore, please make sure to verify your mobility is within the program's quota.
Note that it takes about 3 weeks between uploading your Mobility notification and the payment of your stipend, no payments can be slow during the period of July 7 to August 5.

 

Coordinators & Assessors' Mobility Requests can be submitted at any time. 

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