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We warmly invite international scholars to contribute to the Global-MINDS program for short periods of time. The contribution can involve the teaching of courses, giving lectures in their field, giving seminars or workshops (e.g., at Global-MINDS summer school), preparing new teaching modules etc. Once they have returned back home, scholars should also assist in the promotion and dissemination of Global-MINDS at their own institution and in their country of origin.
Interested scholars need to fill in an application form and will be selected by the Global-MINDS Governing Board regarding their academic/ professional profile and the added value they bring to the program. Invited scholars for each student intake should come from a different higher education institution (HEI).
Scholar scholarships and application
With the support of the Erasmus+: Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union, Global-MINDS is able to offer scholarships to scholars.
Global-MINDS has previously recruited scholars to teach about Cross-cultural communication and about Cross-cultural management, Cross-cultural Interventions, and Cross-cultural methods and statistics.
Scholarships will be awarded to scholars in accordance with all of the following criteria:
- Scholars must demonstrate outstanding academic and/or professional experience and bring concrete added value to the delivery of the Global-MINDS program.
- Only candidates who have been accepted by the Global-MINDS Governing Board in accordance with its specific scholars’ selection criteria are eligible for a scholarship.
- Scholars must fulfil the criteria of mobility, including either:
- mobility between consortium partners (including to/from associated partners); or
- mobility from outside the consortium, in cases where such mobility is clearly linked to the Master course.
- A scholar/guest lecturer paid by other EU funding schemes (including other Erasmus+ actions) cannot be considered eligible.
Global-MINDS regularly open calls for Invited Scholars to apply for scholarships that require the scholars to:
- Teach as part of a two-week summer school on methodology or applied or theoretical content relevant to the Global-MINDS curriculum, as specified by the consortium; or teach all or part of a regular semester course (ranging from 1-4 weeks of teaching) relevant to the Global-MINDS curriculum, as specified by the consortium;
- perform student support activities relevant to the teaching; and
- contribute to the promotion and dissemination of the Global-MINDS programme in their HEI and country of origin.