Musikene has been taking an active part in the Erasmus Programme since 2003-2004, developing a course of action that involves cooperation and mobility on an international level. We try to promote cooperation among competent higher educational establishments with this programme within the European framework and to work together in order to make progress in different educational projects via different approaches, albeit ones which complement each other and help to provide students with the finest musical and personal education possible.
Musikene is currently promoting the mobility of students, teachers and administrative and service staff.
Mobility involves pursuing a period of study at a higher educational establishment in another European country. At the end of this period, the student’s institution of origin will recognise the studies completed, and during this period the student will be exempt from payment of academic fees at the host institution. Students from higher educational establishments who are in possession of an Erasmus University Card will be able to take part.
The student must receive a study agreement in writing about the syllabus they will be following in the host country. At the end of their stay abroad, the host institution must send the Erasmus student and their institution of origin a certificate proving that they have completed the agreed programme, together with a report containing results. Aid for Erasmus students is compatible with any other aid or national loan.
The aims of Erasmus student mobility are as follows:
- To enable students to gain educational, linguistic and cultural benefit from the learning experience in other European countries.
- To promote cooperation among institutions and enrich the educational environment of host institutions.
- To help create a community of highly-qualified young people and future professionals with open minds and international experience.
- To facilitate the transfer of credits and recognition of overseas attachments via the ECTS system or some other compatible system of credits.
The duration of mobility is a minimum 3 and a maximum 12 months.
The aim of the aid received by the student from the European Commission is to help defray any additional costs deriving from student mobility (e.g. upkeep, travel and accommodation, etc.).
Incoming student mobility
Hereby you can see the procedure to apply as an Erasmus mobility student (SMS) to Musikene.
We will only use EASY platform (https://aec.dreamapply.com/). The students should register through this tool and upload the documentation required.
The application term for both semesters is from February 15th to March 15th.
The documentation required is:
- Academic and artistic CV
- Motivation letter
- Learning agreement
- Recording. Link to audio/video .The recommendation it’s a video recording of at least 3 pieces/fragment/themes with a total amount of approximately 20 minutes. For Composition a portfolio with at least three pieces.
You can see our Course and ECTS Information following this link
Outgoing student mobility
The call for the mobility of students whose origin is Musikene is available in our intranet: Musikenet
Teaching staff mobility
The aims of Erasmus teaching staff mobility are as follows:
- To enable students who are unable to take part in a mobility programme to benefit from the knowledge and experience of academic staff from higher educational establishments in other European countries.
- To promote the exchange of competences and experience in pedagogic methods.
- To encourage higher educational establishments to broaden and enrich the variety and content of the courses they offer.
The features of this course of action are as follows:
The main activity is the teaching provided by a lecturer from a higher educational establishment or staff from another higher educational establishment in a partner country, even though other activities may be developed apart from this.
Teaching staff from higher educational establishments who are in possession of an Erasmus University Card or company staff will be able to take part.
Teaching staff who take part in a mobility programme must belong to the department or faculty of the host institution. This implies that:
- Teaching staff mobility is based on inter-institutional agreements.
- Partner higher educational establishments must agree prior to the overseas attachment as to the syllabus that will be followed by visiting lecturers.
Mobility for training
This involves the mobility of non-teaching staff from a higher educational establishment to another partner higher educational establishment.
The aim is to enable beneficiaries to benefit from the experiences and good practices pursued by the partner institution and to improve the skills required of their current job. The main activity involves a brief stay at the partner institution that can be referred to in various ways: brief service assignments, observation of professionals, study visits, etc.
Teaching and non-teaching staff from higher educational establishments who are in possession of an Erasmus University Card will be able to take part.
The higher educational establishment of origin is responsible for selection.
A work plan accepted by the institution of origin and host institution or by the company must be submitted for the purpose of being granted aid. This plan must include at least the following: the global objective and specific objectives, the results that are expected to be obtained from the training or learning activities and a programme for the training period.
- Berlin – University der Künste
- Berlin – Hochschule für Musik “Hans Eisler” Berlin
- Essen – Folkwang Universität der Künste Essen
- Frankfurt* – Hochschule für Musik und Dastellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main
- Freiburg- Hochschule für Musik Freiburg
- Köln – Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln
- Hamburg-Hochschule für Musik und Theatre Hamburg
- Hannover – Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover
- Karlsruhe – Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe-Karlsruhe
- Mainz-Johannes Gutenberg-Universität. Hochschule für Musik
- Mannheim – Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Dastellende Kunst Mannheim
- Nürnberg – Hochschule fuer Musik Nuernberg
- Saarbrucken – Hochschule für Musik Saar-University of Musik
- Weimar – Hochschule für Musik “Franz Liszt” Weimar
- Würzburg – Hochschule für Musik
- Graz – Kunstuniversität Graz. University of Music and Performing Arts Graz
- Linz-Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität
- Salzburg – Universität Mozarteum Salzburg
- Viena – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna
- Viena – Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna
- Amberes – Artesis Hogeschool
- Bruselas – Koninklijk Conservatoium Brussel. School of Arts
- Bruselas-Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles
- Gent-Hogeschool Gent
- Leuven-Lemmens – LUCA School of Arts Leuven-Lemmens
- Liege-Conservatoire royal de Liège
- Sofía – National Academy of Music “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov” Sofia
- Pula – Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. Academy of Music in Pula
- Zagreb – University of Zagreb. Academy of music
- Frederiksberg (Copenhague)– The Royal Danish Academy of Music
- Odense – Danish National Academy of Music
- Liubliana – Univerza v Ljubljani. Akademija za glasbo
- Tallin-Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre
- Tartu-University of Taru/Taru Ülikool
- Helsinki – Sibelius Academy (University of the Arts)
- Helsinki- Metropolia University of Applied Sciences
- Dijon – Pôle d’Enseignement Supérieur de la Musique en Bourgogne
- Lyon – Conservatoire National Supérieur Musique et Danse de Lyon
- Paris – Conservatoire national supërieur de musique et de danse de Paris
- Paris – Pôle supérieur d’enseignement artistique Paris Boulogne-Billancourt
- Poitiers – Centre d’études supérieures musique et danse de Poitou-Charentes
- Corfu – Ionian University
- Thessaloniki – University of Macedonia, Music Department
- Amsterdam – Conservatorium van Amsterdam
- Groningen – Hanze University of Applied Sciences
- Den Haag – Hogeschool der Kunsten, Den Haag Koninklijk Conservatorium
- Rotterdam – Codarts University of the Arts
- Budapest – Liszt Ferenc Zenemüvészeti Egyetem Budapest (Liszt Academy)
- Bologna – Conservatorio di Musica “G.B. Martini”
- Castelfranco Veneto-Conservatorio Agostino Steffani
- Cosenza – Conservatorio di Musica “Stanislao Giacomantonio”
- Cuneo- Conservatorio “G. F. Ghedini” di Cuneo
- Milan – Scuole Civiche Milano – Fondazione di Partecipazione
- Parma – Conservatorio di Musica “Arrigo Boito”
- Roma – Saint Louis College of Music di Roma
- Rovigo – Conservatorio di Musica F. Venezze Rovigo
- Salerno – Conservatorio di Musica Giuseppe Martucci Salerno
- Torino – Conservatorio Statale di Musica “Giuseppe Verdi”-Torino
- Vibo Valentia – Conservatorio di Musica “F. Torrefranca” Vibo Valentia
- Vilnius – Lituanian Academy of Music and Theatre
- Bergen – Grieg Academy
- Oslo – Norwegian Academy of Music
- Stavanger – University of Stavanger. Faculty of Arts and Education
- Tronheim – Norwegian University of Science and Technology
- Poznan – Akademia Muzyczna im. I.J. Paderewsiego
- Varsovia – The Fryderyk chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw
- Lisboa – Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa. Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa
- Porto – Instituto Politécnico do Porto-ESMAE
- Londres – Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
- Bratislava-Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava (VSMU)
- Gothenburg – Academy of Music and Drama. University of Gothenburg
- Malmö – Lund University, Malmö Academy of Music
- Basel- Fachhochshule Nordwestschweiz. Musik Akademie Basel
- Genéve-Haute école de Musique de Genéve
- Lucerna – Hochschule Luzern, Department Music
Musikane processes applications for Erasmus mobility aid for students. However, as this aid does not cover all of a student’s mobility expenses, it is compatible with other aid. We provide you here with some links where you can obtain further information about scholarships: