Erasmus Mundus Programme – MA/Mgr. in Special and Inclusive Education
The European educational programme Erasmus Mundus offers the so called „joint degrees“. These joint degrees are offered by a consortium of several European universities with integrated syllabi which enable the students to earn a jointly offered master’s degree. In addition to enhancing collaboration between European institutions of learning, Erasmus Mundus also functions as an instrument for promoting the European university system in non-European countries. The Faculty of Education was one of the first faculties within the Charles University and within the Czech Republic to participate in the Erasmus Mundus Programme.
The Erasmus Mundus programme – MA/Mgr. in Special and Inclusive Education is offering scholarships for students, researchers and university staff from third countries and the EU. It is a 16-month integrated course (90 ECTS) with a single shared curriculum. The Erasmus Mundus Programme – MA/Mgr. in Special and Inclusive Education is offered by a consortium of three universities:
University of Roehampton (coordinating institution, Great Britain)
Charles University, Faculty of Education (Czech Republic)
University of Oslo (Norway)
The programme is open to all students, researchers and university staff from EU countries and third countries whose expertise includes special needs teaching. The students will take partial modules in individual universities, in accordance to the study plan. Upon completion of the programme, the students will earn a joint-degree which will be acknowledged by all the participating institutions.
The Erasmus Mundus programme ends in December 2016.