A total of 27 Irish Higher Education Institutions are currently participating in the Brazilian student mobility programme – Science without Borders.
These are the programmes administered by the HEA which fall outside the Erasmus+ label.
The Government of Ireland Scholarships programmes is a new international scholarship scheme aimed at attracting top students from priority and emerging markets to study in Ireland.
Universities Ireland (UI) was founded in 2003 by the nine university presidents on the island of Ireland to promote and develop cooperation between their institutions (the Open University in Ireland became its 10th member in 2011).
Details of International Scholarships available to students and staff to undertake study, teaching and research overseas or in Ireland.
The Jean Monnet Programme, also known as the Jean Monnet Project, is a European Union initiative to encourage teaching, research and reflection in the field of European integration studies in higher education institutions.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions are a European Commission Funding Programme which supports researchers at all stages of their careers, across all research disciplines and in all employment sectors.
The US-Ireland Research and Development Partnership, launched in July 2006, is a unique initiative involving funding agencies across three jurisdictions: United States of America (USA), Republic of Ireland (RoI) & Northern Ireland (NI).
The Socio-Economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH) Programme implements and disseminates results on EU research activities that address the major challenges facing the social, economic, political and cultural make-up of Europe.
A series of international co-operation programmes with which the HEA was involved. All the listed programmes have concluded and are no longer available for funding oppertunities.