Anglia Ruskin awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education

Research and Innovation Development Office

Category: Research news

13 December 2013

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency has published the results of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) Call for proposals, launched in spring this year.

More than 4,300 institutions from 34 Programme countries were awarded the Charter, including 189 from the United Kingdom. The reward of ECHE is a necessary requirement for any organisation located in a Programme country willing to take part in Key Action 1 - learning mobility of individuals, or Key Action 2 - cooperation for innovation and good practices under the new Erasmus+ Programme for education, youth and sport, which will start on 1 January 2014 and run until 2020.

Once awarded, ECHE, which provides the general quality framework for international cooperation activities of higher education institutions under Erasmus+, is valid for the entire duration of the Programme.

We are delighted to announce that Anglia Ruskin University has been awarded this status.



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