31 European countries implement many cooperation projects on their territory, in the field of Higher Education. In this context, the UPMF develops many projects [PDF - 149 Ko].
The Tempus program is a European cooperation program that supports the upgrading of higher-education systems in the partner countries of the Eastern Balkans, Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Mediterranean area. This program notably aims at promoting a true convergence with the ongoing developments at European level in the field of Higher Education, within the Lisbonn agenda and the Bologna procedure.
Erasmus Mundus programs
The Erasmus Mundus programs support integrated syllabuses of very high academic quality, at Master (action 1 A) and Doctorate (action 1 B) level, proposed by a consortium of higher-education institutes from at least three European countries and possibly other countries, and offering study, research and teaching grants. These syllabuses imply mobility between the institutes of the consortium and result in the award of a common degree, or at the minimum a double or multiple degree recognized by the relevant authorities of the countries involved.
LLP Erasmus programs
The LLP Erasmus aims at jointly developing study programs or European class modules that will need to be integrated to our partners' training offers after a development phase of one or two years.