Recently, Beihang University has achieved success in applying for projects of Erasmus+, a large-scale EU international cooperation program for higher education. Two projects jointly applied by Beihang University and European universities have received support from the EU Directorate-General for Education and Culture.
The International Internships and Staff Mobility project applied by Beihang University and Dresden University of Technology obtained funding from the project—Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility of Erasmus+. Based on this project, the two universities will exchange their students to conduct scientific research, and organize exchanges and visits among the faculties.
The Promoting Modern Talent Management Practice in Asian Higher Education Institutions project applied by Beihang University and Polytechnic University of Catalonia obtained funding from the project—Capacity Building Project of Erasmus+. A total of 874 projects were selected for Capacity Building Project, and 147 of them were eventually approved. Based on this project, Beihang will discuss the human resource development strategy, talents management and other related issues with participators.
Launched in 2014, Erasmus+ is a major strategic plan of the European Union in science and education along with Horizon 2010 which focuses on scientific research. The total budget of this project is more than 14 billion euros. It is aimed at encouraging the European universities to develop international cooperation, jointly train students, promote teacher exchanges and build strategic partnerships worldwide, advancing exchanges of talents, knowledge and skills. Previously, Beihang University has received approval for ten projects of Erasmus+.
Reported by Niu Miaozhuo
Edited by Jia Aiping
Reviewed by Lyu Ying
Translated by Lu Baihui