EC is looking for experts to evaluate European Universities proposals
The European Commission (EC) has recently launched a call for experts for evaluating proposals submitted to the most recent Erasmus+ call for proposals which includes a pilot call for the European Universities initiative. The EC is looking for experts with no conflict of interests, extensive experience in higher education policy and programmes, and who are forward-thinking and familiar with future perspectives in higher education. Experience in linking higher education with research and/or innovation would also be an asset. Interested experts can register on the website of the European Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). The EC points out that experts who already have a profile on the Participant Portal do not need to register again. However, experts who are registered on the Participant Portal for Horizon 2020 or FP7 will need to update their profile and select Erasmus+ as well.
An evaluation committee will be set up to select evaluators from the pool of registered experts. Selection will be based on a high level of expertise in the fields of education, research and/or innovation. In addition, the country of origin, gender balance, language skills, availability and potential conflicts of interest will also be taken into account.
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