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CALL FOR TRAINING EXCHANGES

SUS.DIV provides an opportunity for researchers involved in the activities of the Network to spend a period of training in another institute. It is not necessary that the host insitute is a SUS.DIV partner. The training exchange programme aims:

  • To contribute to the development of the researchers’ competencies and to improve their research career
  • To favour cross-institutional and cross-disciplinary mobility
  • To enhance networking within and outside the network

Applications for participation in the training exchange programme can be sent any time. You are however encouraged to send your applications at least 2 months prior to the proposed start date of the exchange.

The grant

Applicants are invited to propose the grant needed to implement the training exchange. The proposed grant is subject to approval and/or modification. The grant aims exclusively to integrate the expenses of the trainee(s) during the training exchange, in accordance with SUS.DIV core contract, its annexes and the EC financial regulations.
The grant is transferred by FEEM to the home institute of the trainee(s) benefiting from the exchange. The amount is transferred in two instalments: the first one within 30 days from the commencement date of the training exchange, the second one at the end of the training exchange. The home institute bears sole responsibility for the management of the grant transferred. The home institute will report the costs incurred for the training exchange in its yearly financial statements (Form C).

How to submit your application

If you are interested in participating in the training exchange programme, please send any time an e-mail to Dimitris Zevgolis including:

1. Your research proposal, outlining the contents of the proposed training exchange. Your research proposal should include the following information:

  • Cover page
  • Abstract
  • Core objectives
  • Participants in the training exchange
  • Research work plan
  • Training component
  • Grant requested

2. The training exchange questionnaire form duly filled in.

Receipt of applications and evaluation

Upon receipt of the applications, CERES will evaluate, in collaboration with SUS.DIV Executive Committee, the feasibility, quality and relevance of the proposed training exchange. Proposals will be evaluated against the following criteria:

  • Scientific quality of the research proposed
  • Level of interaction between the participants involved
  • Relevance of the training component
  • Funding requested

In case of successful evaluation, a training agreement will be signed to give immediate effect to the training exchange.

What documents do you need to submit your proposal for a training exchange?




















 
     

training exchanges
sponsored:

(May07-Feb.08)
UCL and IPRS exchange
on "models and maps:
studying diversity in urban neighbourhoods"
_________________

(Oct.-Dec.07)
UMU and CUPPA exchange
on "EU approaches
to diversity versus
US ones"
 _________________

(2009-2010)
ESI-VU and ITU exchange on
"entrepreneurial future in the Netherlands:
diverse attitudes and
motivations of native and immigrant youth"
________________

(Jan.09)
UMB and UCL exchange
on "sustainable diversity in
an urban environment"
____________________

(Jan.09)
UPV/EHU, FEEM, UN, UNISA and CIIL exchange on "multilingual education and sustainability"
___________________

(June09)
NKUA-SARG and UCL exchange on
"the institutional framework as a variable determining the impact of immigration"
_________________________

(Sept.-Dec.09)
HWWI and FEEM exchange
on "knowledge creation and
diversity in cities"
__________________

(Jan-June10)
KU Leuven and U Melbourne
exchange on "diversity and
cosmopolitanisms in
globalized world"
__________________

(March-May10)
KU Leuven and U Lund
exchange on "the workplace
experiences
of second-generation
professionals
of Turkish or Maghrebi
descent in Flanders"
____________________

(May10)
UoM and HEBO exchange
on "racism and stereotypes
in popular film and media"
___________________

(June-July10)
HWWI - U Bristol exchange
Summer School on
“analysing the life course -
advanced methods for the analysis
of complex event history data”
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