Scholar Activities

Scholars will engage in teaching and assist in the evaluation of student project work, overall course evaluation and quality assurance. Scholars duties will depend on their expertise and background and will be a mixture of the following.

  • Teaching ~ 2 course modules (on longer visits) or teaching intensively via research seminars (on shorter visits). Scholars involvement in teaching will be related to their research/teaching experience and so must be tailored for each successful applicant. For information regarding topics that we require assistance in teaching at MU, USTA and UL please see the course content website.
  • Project Supervision - students will undertake a project from February to June in each year. Scholars may be asked to propose and supervise projects related to their expertise as well as assist in providing feedback to other Erasmus Mundus project students.
  • Summer school organisation and delivery: Scholar may assist in the running of the school and giving a talk related to their research (junior researchers) or giving a small course on a topic related to their research (more experienced researchers such as Postdocs/Professors). Summer School 2017 will take place in University of St. Andrews, Scotland from Monday 3rd July until Saturday 8th July 2017.

EMMC scholars holding an Erasmus Mundus scholarship must:

  • Commit themselves to actively participate in the masters course activities;
  • Spend a minimum of one week and a maximum of twelve weeks in the partner HEIs;
  • Perform teaching/research/student tutoring activities: in the European partner HEIs
  • Bring concrete added value to the course and students (through teaching of specific classes, leading and participating in seminars or workshops, monitoring and tutoring student research/project activities, participating in thesis reviews, preparing new teaching modules, etc.);
  • Contribute, after their visiting scholar activities, to the promotion and dissemination of the Erasmus Mundus Programme in general, and the EMMC concerned in particular, in their HEI and country of origin.