ECHE Selection 2019

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education

Application eForm

Call for proposals EACEA 03/2018

Note: The data of this application form will be used by the European Commission/ the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and National Agencies for evaluation and monitoring

Program The EU programme Erasmus + adopted by the European Parliament and the Council on 11 December 2013* (hereafter the Programme)

Action Erasmus Charter for Higher Education

Call 2019

Deadline for Submission (dd-mm-yyyy) 22/03/2018 midday Brussels time (Central Europe Time - CET).

Application language EN

Correspondence Language EN

* Official Journal of the European Union L347/50 of 20th December 2013.


Erasmus Policy Statement (Overall Strategy) section B of this application form - original language (official EU languages): EN

If the original language is not English, French or German. the Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS) should also be provided in one of those three languages.

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Erasmus Policy Statement translation language (if applicable): -

Acknowledgement of receipt

After the submission of this application form. you should be receiving an Acknowledgement of receipt. proving that the submission has been successful. If this is not the case. please contact the Education. Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) immediately (e-mail:

Further to this, and shortly after the deadline for submission. EACEA will publish the list of applications successfully received on its website. If within 15 days after the deadline for submission the application has not been listed on the website. the applicant should contact the EACEA immediately (e-mail: EACEA

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Applicant Organisation

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Erasmus Policy Statement

B.1. Erasmus+ activities included in your EPS

In order to facilitate the evaluation of your current application form. please tick those Erasmus+ activities that are part of your current Erasmus Policy Statement

Erasmus + Key Action 1 (KA1):

Study between Programme Countries:

Programme Countries - Student incoming mobility

Programme Countries - Staff Incoming mobility

Programme Countries - Student outbound mobility

Programme Countries - Staff outbound mobility

Partner countries - Study between Partner Countries: Partner countries - Student incoming mobility

Partner countries - Staff Incoming mobility

Partner countries - Student outbound mobility

Partner countries - Staff outbound mobility

Traineeships: Traineeships - Student incoming mobility

Traineeships - Staff Incoming mobility

Traineeships - Student outbound mobility

Traineeships - Staff outbound mobility

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees

Erasmus + Key Action 2 (KA2): Strategic Partnerships

Knowledge Alliances

Capacity Building Projects

Erasmus + Key Action 3 (KA3):

KA3 Projects

Jean Monnet Activities

Jean Monnet projects

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B.2. Erasmus Policy Statement: your strategy

Please be aware that your Erasmus Policy Statement should reflect your intended involvement in Erasmus+. Should you wish to add additional activities in the future you will have to amend your Erasmus Policy Statement and inform your respective National Agency accordingly.

The Institution agrees to publish this overall strategy (all three parts of the Part B) on its website within one month after reception of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education from the EACEA.

Please describe your institution's international (EU and non-EU) strategy. In your description please explain:

a) how you choose your partners.

b) in which geographical area(s) and

c) the most important objectives and target groups of your mobility activities (with regard to staff and students in first. second and third cycles. including study and training, and short cycles).

If applicable. also explain how your institution participates in the development of double/multiple/joint degrees: Original language [EN]

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CEI Tartessos is a Private Center located in Córdoba and it depends on the Ministry of Education of the Junta de Andalucía. In it. the following educationsof official character are taught: Formative Cycle of Middle Degree Deportive and Physical Activities in Natural Enviornment. Formative Cycles of Superior Degree of Administration and Finances. Marketing and Publicity. Laboratory. Dietetics and Nutrition. Pre-school Education. Physical and Deportive Activities. Web Development and 3D Animations. Games and Interactive Environment. One of our main objectives as an educational center is to achieve the integral development of our students through a program of plural learning and open to the European framework. For this reason, from our beginnings we have opted for a quality education based on the increase of linguistic competences. the promotion of superiors and the promotion of mobility. Fact that we want to implement soon. The participation in the ERASMUS program is in full consonance with our educational policy. and it is also a fundamental tool for the development of strategies leading to the preparation of Formative Cycles students to the European working space. Likewise, this project will allow our entire educational community to increase their training. improving their adaptation to a multicultural and globalized European society. The strategy of internationalization of our teaching is mainly focused on our students, as the main protagonists of our teaching work. although it also encourages the participation of teachers in any international mobility action. Based on all this, the strategy followed by our institution to provide the center with greater internationalization will take into account the following aspects:

Main objectives.

The main mobility actions are the realization of the FCT module in another European country, the participation and organization of language courses. the participation in informative meetings with the different educational establishments. the creation of didactic materials for the evaluation and improvement of the quality of the project, participation in preparatory visits and exchanges of materials with other European educational centers. Based on these activities, the following objectives are established: Promoting the European Lifelong Learning Programs as tools for job training and integral development of people Encouraging the exchange and cooperation of educational experiences between different European educational communities. Promoting knowledge and dissemination of the European Higher Education Area. Improving the educational quality of our Training Cycles, as well as of our entire teaching project. Managing the implementation of a stable system of stays in countries of the European Union for the completion of the Training Module in Work Centers of our training cycles. Increasing the mobility and linguistic competence of our students and teachers Applying the knowledge of the new methodological resources resulting from mobility. Optimizing training. qualification and competitiveness of our students in the European framework.

Choice of partners. For the selection of partners, it will be a priority that the profile of the institution be adapted to the training program of our degrees. The following actions will be carried out: Search of partners / institutions through the e-twinning platform. of the European institutional educational pages and of the international educational institutions among which we currently have an agreement. Selection and contact with the institutions where the practices are carried out. Signing of business agreements. based on the characteristics of the Participants. the capacities and the professional competences included in our curriculum, Geographic areas of action.

All the countries that participate in permanent learning actions (EU or non UE) suppose an opportunity of work and development of the aforementioned objectives. However, the professional profile of our teachings requires a correct use of language and therefore, a broad linguistic formation. That is why we would seek priority with countries whose linguistic requirements are in line with the training of our students and teachers (English) in their first or second language. Said search would not be. in any case. exclusive with other options.

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Please describe your institution's strategy for the organisation and implementation of international (EU and non-EU) cooperation projects within the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme. If not applicable. please explain:

Original language (EN)

The CEI Tartessos has among its main objectives the internationalization of all educational establishments. Any international cooperation project in which our institution participates. will have the prior approval of its governing staff (Management Team. Faculty. School Council). A report with the characteristics and viability of the project will be presented to said groups. Once this participation is approved the following phases will be carried out:

1.Partner search and project preparation. Search for partners / companies according to the philosophy of the center and the project. Selection and contact with partners / companies. Design and development of the Cooperation Project. Design, elaboration and signature of interinstitutional agreements.

2.Dissemination of the Project. Hold informational meetings about the objectives and activities of the project. Dissemination of participation in the ERASMUS Program through our website. bulletin boards. information brochures. press and local authorities.

3. Preparation of the student body / teaching staff, Pre-selection of students publishing the criteria of suitability to meet Language training courses. Preparation of the European documentation dossier.

4. Preparation of mobility. The coordinator will carry out the necessary actions to facilitate the logistics of the stay, giving special importance to the request for financial aid.

5. Implementation and monitoring of mobility. The tutor and coordinator will proceed to monitor and evaluate students and teachers using the following resources: Work and personal guidance. Resolution of difficulties arising through mail, telephone or telematic means. Sending evaluation sheets by the student. Completion of the monitoring templates by the company and faculty.

6.Final evaluation determined by the action of the three participating bodies. Students / Teaching staff Delivery of a project report. Company. Completion of the Europass mobility document and the "Tutor's report". Faculty. Evaluation of the documentation for the official recognition of the mobility action.

Please explain the expected impact of your participation in the Erasmus+ Programme on the modernisation of your institution.

Please refer to each of the priorities of the renewed EU Agenda for higher education as well as the goals towards a European Education Area* and explain the policy objectives you intend to pursue:

Original language [EN]

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The goals we intend to achieve are defined by the objectives and intervention strategy previously explained. But there is another series of foals that are no less important, which, although they are not reflected in such an explicit manner, are present in the philosophy and work policy of our institution. These goals are closely related to the 4 priorities of the “Modernization Agenda”, as explained below:

1. “Promoting excellence in skills development”. Some of our short-term objectives are to improve the dissemination of our achievements through the ERASMUS programme, to reinforce quality controls and internal supervision and to continue strengthening business links. In this way, our institution will improve its future perspective, it will be recognized to a greater degree and it will be even more linked to the business world, that is, it will ultimately be of grater utility and quality.

2. “Addressing the needs of a diverse student body and supporting academic staff”. In this initial moment our goal is to internationalize our teachings. Thanks to our academic staff, we improve our working method every day and all this has repercussions not only on mobility, but also on the quality of teaching. This is why we hope to participate in cooperation project to improve our professional education.

3. “Contributing to innovation in the wider economy”. During our years of teaching we have learnt to manage resources to establish agreements with companies in our environment, to transmit social and professional values and to encourage independence and self-management by students. Bur we know that we can still improve in the internationalization of our activities so that the work and training horizon of our students is expanded.

4. “Promoting efficiency and developing further quality assurance in the higher education system” One of our greatest expectations is to improve the feedback between the different student-company-teachers levels by better coordinating the work developed by everyone and registering each course. Thanks to this feedback and the commitment to a varied training offer we will achieve that our students and teachers have a better training.

Regarding the financing of mobility. we hope to find enough financial help for the students to do it. Our students could not afford mobility on behalf of their families. as they do not have the resources to do so. We hope to obtain for the students and teachers funds not only from the Erasmus program, but also grants from the Spanish Government and the Andalusian Community.

* COM (2017) 247 (

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The purpose of these statistics is to put into context the actions and strategies the institution is asked to present in the following sections. For the academic year 2017-2018:

Total number of students enrolled in all Higher Education degree programmes offered by your institution (data from official HEl register)

Short cycle: 60.0

1st Cycle: (e.g. Bachelor) 0.0

2nd Cycle: (e.g.Master) 0.0

3rd Cycle: (e.g. Doctoral) 0.0

Number of staff (Equivalent full-time) involved in Higher Education

Teaching: 12.0

Administrative: 1.0

Number of degree courses (study programmes in Higher Education) on offer

Short cycle: 8.0

1st Cycle: (e.g. Bachelor) 0.0

2nd Cycle: (e.g. Master) 0.0

3rd Cycle: (e.g. Doctoral) 0.0

STUDENTS (academic year 2017-2018)

1. Credit Mobility for Students (all types of mobility programmes for periods between 2 and 12 months)

Number of outbound students for study mobility (Erasmus+ and/or other programmes): to programme countries 0.0

Number of outbound students for study mobility (Erasmus+ and/or other programmes): to partner countries 0.0

Number of outbound students for traineeships (work placement Erasmus+ and/or other programmes): to programme countries 0.0

Number of outbound students for traineeships (work placement - other programmes): to partner countries 0.0

Number of incoming students for study mobility (Erasmus+ and/or other programmes): from programme countries 0.0

Number of incoming students for study mobility (Erasmus+ and/or other programmes): from partner countries 0.0

2. International Degree Students (students with foreign nationality enrolled for a full degree programme and/or students having completed a foreign previous degree)

Number of foreign degree students. if applicable: from programme countries 0.0

Number of foreign degree students. if applicable: from partner countries 0.0

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3. If applicable, number of local (having the nationality of the country) and international students (of foreign nationality / with previous foreign degree) enrolled in double/multiple/joint degrees:

Number of local students enrolled in double/multiple/joint degrees 0.0

Number of international students enrolled in double/multiple/joint degrees 0.0

ACADEMIC STAFF (academic year 2017-2018)

All types of higher education staff mobility within the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme (for periods between 2 days and 2 months) for teaching and training purposes

Number of outbound staff to programme countries 0.0

Number of outbound staff to partner countries: 0.0

Number of incoming staff from programme countries 0.0

Number of incoming staff from partner countries: 0.0


HEI AGREEMENTS IN EDUCATION AND RESEARCH valid in 2017/2018: European and International HEI Agreements / Consortia / Networks

Number of Erasmus+ interinstitutional agreements: 0.0

Number of other cooperation agreements (e.g. Memorandum of Understanding) with HEls from programme countries 0.0

Number of other cooperation agreements (e.g. Memorandum of Understanding) with HEls from partner countries 0.0

Total number of consortium agreements for double/multiple/joint degrees: 0.0

Of these number of the consortia involving partner countries 0.0

European and International Education and Training Projects with contracts running in 2017-2018 (e.g.: Erasmus+, Erasmus Mundus, Knowledge Alliances, Capacity Building, etc)

Number of projects as coordinator: 0.0

Number of projects as partner: 0.0

Equivalent full-time administrative staff engaged in the HEI's European and International Offices working for the Programme (2017-2018)

Number of staff at the central level: 1.0

Number of staff at the Faculty/School/Department Level: 0.0

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General Organisation of Programme Activities

D1. General Organisation

Please describe the administrative and academic structure put in place at your institution for the organisation and implementation of European and international mobility. Please provide a detailed description of the division of tasks and responsibilities among the staff in charge. with regards to both the administrative and academic decision-making processes.

Describe also the operational and communication methods.

CEI Tartessos has a scholarship system. Offering our students the possibility of accessing a series of international stays and student exchanges. The knowledge of a second language and the experience in international environments trigger the employability of a professional by 40%. In addition, it will be a unique experience, for all those of you who request it. that will mark a before and after in your lives.
Our method: We include the formation of a second language. essential in many degrees and often constituting the difference between getting a job and not getting it. In addition, we are aware that the work environment is no longer only Spanish. a Senior Technician. you can exercise your profession throughout Europe. being necessary the language skills at the time of wanting to access the market.
CEI Tartessos has a young generation academic staff. Our Center aims to be an active partner in EU Education and Training Programs, and makes an effort to introduce these in its all units. Therefore. International Relations and EU Coordination Office are wanted to be stablished. and 1 full time teacher are appointed to work for the program. International Relations and EU Coordination Office informs both students and staff of the Center about the EU Programs, and represents the Center in national meetings on this subject.

Please provide the direct web link with the contact details of the international office (or equivalent) in your institution which deals with the implementation and organisation of European and international mobility.

D. 1.1. (Optional) Additional Information for HEls belonging to an Umbrella Organisation

Please fill in this section only if you are applying for an HEI which does not have its own legal entity. For example, if your HEI is part of a foundation or another similar umbrella organisation which the legal entity is: This includes the COMUE in France, which are composed of several institutions or bodies. Please specify the exact role of the umbrella organisation with regard to the other education institutions that are part of the consortium.

Please give information of the composition of your umbrella organisation and explain in particular if there are other education institutions attached to the same legal entity. If yes, please indicate if those institutions already hold the Erasmus Charter.

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D2. Fundamental Principles

While we are conscious that your institution might not get involved in all the different types of Erasmus+ activities from the beginning, we ask you to comply with all the principles and to tick them accordingly as the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education offers you the entire portfolio from the very start.

By applying for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education my institution will:

Respect in full the principles of non-discrimination set out in the Erasmus+ Programme and ensure equal access and opportunities to mobile participants from all backgrounds.

Ensure full recognition for satisfactorily completed activities of study mobility and, where possible. traineeships in terms of credits awarded (ECTS or compatible system.). Ensure the inclusion of satisfactorily completed study and/or traineeship mobility activities in the final record of student achievements (Diploma Supplement or equivalent).

Please explain the academic credit system (e.g.: average number of credits per semester provided by your degree programmes) and the methodology used at your institution to allocate credits to the different course units.

Our credit system are official, the stablished by Junta de Andalucia. The total of credits by year is 60 ECTS. Here you hace the example of one of them:

Early Childhood Education:

Professional module: Didactics of Early Childhood Education. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 14.

Professional module: Personal autonomy and child health. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 12.

Professional module: The children's game and its methodology. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 12.

Professional module: Expression and communication. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 11.

Professional module: Cognitive and motor development. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 12.

Professional module: Socio-affective development. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 8.

Professional module: Social skills. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 6.

Professional module: Intervention with families and attention to minors at social risk. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 6.

Professional module: First aid. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 3.

Professional module: Child care project. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 5.

Professional module: Training and career guidance. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 5.

Professional Module: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 4.

Professional Module: Training in Work Centers. Equivalence in ECTS credits: 22.

In addition, please provide the direct web link where the methodology is explained.

Here you have the link of the Pre-school education curriculum:

And here you have the methodology of our center:

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Charge no fees. in the case of credit mobility. to incoming mobile students for tuition, registration. examinations or access to laboratory and library facilities.

D3. When Participating in Mobility Activities - Before mobility

Publish and regularly update the course catalogue on the website of the Institution well in advance of the mobility periods. so as to be transparent to all parties and allow mobile students to make well-informed choices about the courses they will follow.

Please explain if all courses taught at your institution are described in your public course catalogue and in which languages they are taught.

Prior to taking place in the exchange programme. students see which courses are offered in the institutions abroad where they intend to study. Course selection process takes place within the knowledge of the department coordinators. The Learning Agreement and the Recognition Sheet are sent to the International Relations and EU Coordination Office to be signed by the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator.

The transcripts of records for the respective academic terms of the students pursuing their education abroad are sent to the respective departments by the International Relations and EU Coordination Office and the departments undertake the recognition of the students' studies abroad. The Registrar's Office is informed for the process of entering the grades of the students. The recognition of the courses, the ECTS and work placement details are documented on the Diploma Supplement.

All courses taught are described in our web page in Spanish. But we are working to provide an English version.

In addition, please provide the direct web link to the course catalogue of your institution.

Carry out mobility only within the framework of prior agreements between institutions. These agreements establish the respective roles and responsibilities of the different parties, as well as their commitment to shared quality criteria in the selection. preparation, reception and integration of mobile participants.

Please describe the institutional procedure for the approval and monitoring of inter-institutional agreements for study and teaching mobility.

In addition, explain how and by whom the learning agreements for the mobile students will be managed:

Bilateral agreements between institutions and the subsequent follow-up of the agreements are arranged by the International Relations Office. Foreign institutions are contacted in accordance with the bilateral partnership proposals made by the academic departments, and the curricula of the foreign institutions are analyzed. Upon the confirmation of the correspondence of course contents of both sides, the formal bilateral agreement format is prepared by the International Relations Office. The bilateral agreement is signed by the Institutional Erasmus Coordinator and sent to the other party. A signed and sealed copy. coming from the other institution. is recorded and kept in the respective folder.

Probable proposals coming from foreign institutions are also taken into account. and these proposals are confirmed in accordance with the confirmation from the respective departments. thus beginning new processes of bilateral agreements.

Ensure that outgoing mobile participants are well prepared for the mobility. including having attained the necessary level of linguistic proficiency.

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Please describe your institution's language policy for preparing participants for mobility. e.g. course providers within or outside the HEI.

Communication in foreign languages is a constant focus in the presentation of Erasmus and other EU programmes to the students, and students are advised to put in their time and effort to increase their levels of foreign languages. CEI Tartessos has started preparatory class system in which students study English during a whole academic year. We are also planning to open intensive language courses in the 3-month period right before they head for the foreign institutions. In these courses, the focus will be not on the grammar but on the communicational strategies. The students wishing to partake in the Erasmus programme are required to prove their proficiency.

If possible. please provide the direct web link for your language policy.

Ensure that student and staff mobility for education or training purposes is based on a learning agreement for students and a mobility agreement for staff validated in advance between the home and host institutions or enterprises and the mobile participants.

Provide assistance related to obtaining visas. when required. for incoming and outgoing mobile participants.

Provide assistance related to obtaining insurance. when required. for incoming and outgoing mobile participants.

Provide guidance to incoming mobile participants in finding accommodation.

D4. When Participating in Mobility Activities - During Mobility

Ensure equal academic treatment and services for home students and staff and incoming mobile participants.

Integrate incoming mobile participants into the Institution's everyday life.

Have in place appropriate mentoring and support arrangements for mobile participants.

Please describe mentoring and support arrangements (e.g. peer mentoring. social integration of mobile participants within the institution and its local students and staff. information on accommodation, insurance. etc.) for incoming mobile participants and outgoing students for study and traineeships:

The necessary information for the incoming and outgoing students and academic staff is provided by the International Relations Office. The contact information of the incoming and outgoing students and academic staff is e-mailed to the responsible coordinators and related departments with available brochures and documents. The incoming students are also assisted within the "buddy system." Buddies are carefully chosen from a select list of students with Erasmus experience. The International Relations Office helps incoming students and academic/administrative staff with the accommodation. There are also orientation programmes for incoming and outgoing students

Provide appropriate linguistic support to incoming mobile participants.

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Please describe your institution's language support for incoming students and staff with a minimum of 2-month mobility period.

Teachers of English are responsible for welcoming incoming students who come to carry out their business practices through our center. with the support of collaborating students who relate the visitor with their accommodation, environment and integration. The cultural visits that are made will also have the participation of the supervising professor of the internships in the company.

The incoming student. before the mobility will have demonstrated to master the Spanish with a minimum level of B1. You will have at your disposal the means of the center. The Internationalization department supervises the correct execution of the international agreements established for the mobility of students and / or teachers.

The students and teachers will receive language support for their linguistic and cultural preparation given by the corresponding language department and proactive activities will be designed both inside and outside the educational classroom. A complementary educational program will be established that will be supported by ICT resources designed for the learning of other languages.

If possible. please provide the direct web link for your language policy.

D5. When Participating in Mobility Activities - After Mobility

Accept all activities indicated in the learning agreement as counting towards the degree. provided these have been satisfactorily completed by the mobile students. Provide incoming mobile participants and their home institutions with transcripts containing a full. accurate and timely record of their achievements at the end of their mobility period.

Regarding the above two Charter principles, please describe the mechanisms your institution has in place to recognise mobility achievements for study and traineeships in enterprises. Please describe the internal administrative steps and procedures established to recognise the mobility achievements.

The tracking of academic records of the outgoing students is done by the International Relations Office. Against any problems in recognition of the grades on the academic records received from abroad, the “Learning Agreement" and the "Recognition Sheet" are prepared before the student leaves.

Academic records sent by other institutions are delivered to the relevant academic units. The recognition of the courses taken by students on exchange programmes are done via academic board decisions in accordance with the recognition documents prepared beforehand. One bundle of the copies of these documents is sent to the Registrar's Office and to the International Relations Office.

The recognition of the courses taken abroad. the ECTS and work placement information is shown on the Diploma Supplement.

In addition, please provide the direct web link for this recognition procedure.

As it is our first year and we haven't got any international student yet. We do not have any program in the website. We are working of this section of the webpage.

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Support the reintegration of mobile participants and give them the opportunity. upon return. to build on their experiences for the benefit of the Institution and their peers.

Ensure that staff are given recognition for their teaching and training activities undertaken during the mobility period. based on a mobility agreement.

Please describe your institution's measures to support, promote and recognise staff mobility:

CEI Tartessos encourages the academic staff to partake in Erasmus Staff Mobility. There will be annual informational meetings, focusing on the significance of internationalization and mobility. Therwill be works to increase the number of bilateral agreements each year in order to provide the academic staff with more opportunities for pursuing their academic activities in different institutions. International Relations Office will help the programme by preparing the necessary documents. forms etc, for the use of academic staff who are to join the staff mobility programme.

D6. When Participating in European and International Cooperation Projects

Ensure that cooperation leads to sustainable and balanced outcomes for all partners.

Provide relevant support to staff and students participating in these activities.

Please describe your institutional measures to support. promote and recognise the participation of your own institution's staff and students in European and international cooperation projects under the Erasmus+ Programme:

In order to support mobility of our students and staff. Foreign Languages Department has been founded, which organizes language courses for academic and administrative staff free of charge. Continuing Education Center has been established to support lifelong learning programs. At the heart of the European Higher Education Area lies quality. To increase the quality of the education. CEI TArtessos gives importance to the international cooperation and the objectives of the Bologna Process. Therefore, intercultural dialogue is encouraged.

Exploit the results of the projects in a way that will maximise their impact on individuals and participating institutions and encourage peer learning with the wider academic community.

D7. For the purposes of Visibility

Display this Charter and the related Erasmus Policy Statement prominently on the Institution's website.

Promote consistently activities supported by the Programme. along with their results.

In addition, please provide the web link where you will host the Erasmus Policy statement in the future:

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Endorsement of the Application

1, the undersigned, legal representative of the applicant institution, certify that the information contained in this application is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge. All Programme activities will be implemented on the basis of written agreements with the relevant authorities of the partner institutions, agree to the content of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) application outlined above and commit my institution to respect and observe these obligations, agree to the publication of the Erasmus Policy Statement by the European Commission

Place: Córdoba

Name: Manuel Agudo Ruiz

Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 15/03/2018

I have read and accept the Privacy statement.

Original signature of the legal representative of the Institution (as identified in section A.2 above)

Original stamp or seal of the Institution (if applicable)

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