For NTNU employees

Erasmus+ calls for proposals 2017

This information is for NTNU employees who want to take advantage of the instruments in the Erasmus+ programme; here you can find opportunities for international cooperation and development of innovative projects.

Global Mobility

Norwegian higher education institutions can apply for funding of student and staff mobilities from partner universities outside EU. There is also limited funds available for mobility from Norway.

Call for proposals 2017

Application for grants is coordinated by Office of International Relations. Please find information on how to apply for Global mobility grants on the intranet “Innsida”.

Strategic Partnerships

Flexible projects for cooperation with partners from other countries in Europe. The projects’ duration is two or three years and could be both smaller and larger projects focusing on developing, and exchange of innovative results.

Capacity building

Projects that aim to increase the quality of higher education in partner countries outside EU. The focus will be capacity building, either on institutional level or system level.

Knowledge Alliances

Projects that aim to strengthen the link between higher education and business. Innovation and entrepreneurship is emphasized, together with development of new approaches to teaching and learning.

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree

Establishment of Joint Degrees. The degree must be offered by a consortium involving higher education institutions from at least three different programme countries.

Jean Monnet activities

This is relevant for academic environments at NTNU that do teaching or research within European integration, and contributes to introduce a European angle to education offered at NTNU. You can e.g. apply for educational programmes /courses and educational positions within European studies.

Project establishment support

SIU provides support to encourage increased participation and reward from the Erasmus+ programme. Project establishment support (PES) may be used to prepare grant applications or project proposals directed towards centralized actions as:

  • Capacity building
  • Knowledge alliances
  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees
  • Jean Monnet Activities

SIU offers a maximum of NOK 100 000 in funding through PES. The application deadline is 1st of December 2016. You can apply directly to SIU. Please inform the Office of International Relations about all applications sent to SIU.

The Call for proposals 2017 can be found here.


Project establishment support from SIU


Global mobility

Internal NTNU deadline: 24. November 2016
External deadline: 02.02.2017

Capacity Building


Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degrees


Jean Monnet activities


Knowledge Alliances


Strategic partnership