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Movetia International Programme Call for Projects

Movetia’s support programmes are dedicated to cooperation projects, which are developed in collaboration between between one or more Swiss institutions and one or more European or non-European institutions. The programmes support networking and the exchange of experience, to develop educational opportunities and to strengthen the recognition and attractiveness of the Swiss educational system beyond its borders. Apply before 31 March 2023.

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What are the objectives of the funded cooperation projects?

The aim of the International Programme is to support projects that contribute to the development and improvement of the Swiss education system through cooperation between one or more Swiss institutions and one or more European or non-European institutions. The cooperation projects aim for instance to:

  • establish and consolidate inter-institutional networks;
  • propose new processes or ways of working within the participating institutions through the exchange of experience and best practice;
  • develop training materials, new teaching approaches or new opportunities to be tested and, ideally, implemented;
  • produce guides or charters for the fields and actors represented by the institutions participating in the project.

This list is not exhaustive, as all projects are designed according to the needs of the participating Swiss institutions.

How long do cooperation projects last?

Projects funded under the programme can last a maximum of 24 months.

Who can apply for a grant?

All educational institutions (from compulsory school to upper secondary level), vocational education and training, tertiary education, youth activities and adult education based in Switzerland.

How does the international programme contribute to funding projects?

The programme provides for five fixed grant amounts:

  • CHF 15,000
  • CHF 30,000
  • CHF 60,000
  • CHF 100,000
  • CHF 150,000

These contributions can cover a maximum of 60% of the total project costs. The institutions taking part must therefore provide at least 40% of the total project funding from their own resources or from other sources.

Preparatory visits

Staff of Swiss organisations planning to participate in a project can apply for financial support to visit future partner organisations before the project is submitted, in order to establish contacts and prepare projects with partners. Participation in a European contact seminar or an international conference to build a network for a joint mobility or cooperation project can also be funded.

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