WELCOME TO THE ELARCH PROJECT !

Euro-Latin America partnership in natural Risk mitigation and protection of the Cultural Heritage

Reference number: 552129-EM-1-2014-1-IT-ERA MUNDUS-EMA21

 

ELARCH is a scholarship and mobility project funded under the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Partnership (EMA2) coordinated by the  University of Basilicata. The project is aimed at fostering scientific cooperation in the field of protection of heritages between European and Latin American Higher Education Institutions.

The scholarship programme is open to nationals from Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Argentinal, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay and Venezuela who want to study or work at one of the nine European partner Universities and to nationals from EU member countries who want to study or work at one of the eleven Latin American partner Universities.

The project is also supported by a number of associate organizations active in natural risk mitigation and international development.

A total number of 119 mobilities will be involved in scientific activities at the undergraduate, masters, PhD, postdoctoral and academic-staff level.

The ELARCH scholarship covers: Travel expenses, monthly subsistence allowance, insurance coverage and tuition fees.

Students of the ELARCH Master Course

ELARCH MasterELARCH Master [1.952 Kb]

The 3rd Call Final Assignments are now available

 

August 07, 2017   3rd call final selection results 1st - 2nd and 3rd calls are now available (Main lists and Reserve lists, identified by application number [#xx], are reported in the files published below) (All the other applications not published in the lists have been evaluated not eligible)           3rd call updates results

E L A R C H - EURO LATIN AMERICA ERASMUS MUNDUS - EMA2 ACTION

ELARCH - Euro-Latin America partnership in natural Risk mitigation and protection of the Cultural Heritage

 Project  funded by the European Union 

Implemented by Università degli Studi della Basilicata

PROJECT  COORDINATOR: Prof. Michelangelo Laterza

(Univ. of Basilicata - DiCEM - Matera - Italy)

 SUPPORT AND COORDINATION: Dott.ssa Annalisa Anzalone

(Univ. of Basilicata - Int. Mobility

  With the support of the Erasmus Mundus programme of the European Union