Projects in which participate higher education institutions from Montenegro are referred to development of master study programme in field of energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and environmental impacts, modernization of WBC universities through strengthening of structures and services for knowledge transfer, research and innovation, introduction of studies in bioengineering and medical informatics, restructuring of study programme in architecture to long-cycle integrated master in line with EU standards (grantholder University of Montenegro), development of training courses for public services in sustainable infrastructure development in Western Balkans, establishing sustainable and equitable financing of higher education in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia, development of policy-oriented training programmes in the context of the European integration and foundation of study program for inclusive education in Montenegro (grantholder University of Montenegro).
These proposals were evaluated by independent experts against the selection and award criteria published in the 5th Call. The short-list of projects, based on the experts’ quality assessment, was sent to the EU Delegations, National Tempus Offices and relevant National Authorities in the Tempus Partner Countries for consultation, to ensure that they were in line with national higher education policies in the Partner Countries. The responses from the consultation process were analysed and taken into consideration, along with the results of the experts’ evaluation, as well as other considerations to which a priority was given in the Call, namely to encourage Structural Measures and multi-country projects. Lastly, the selection committee had to ensure a geographic balance across the Tempus Partner Countries.
It should be noted that the grant amount finally awarded may be inferior to the one requested in the application. This information notice does not entitle the applicants to a grant from the Executive Agency (EACEA). The Agency will be legally bound, only when its authorized representative has signed the Grant Agreement.