- Higher education institutions in any country of the world
- Those established in Erasmus+ Programme Countries must hold a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE)
Duration: 3 years
Maximum grant: €1,200,000 per network
What qualifies as a Jean Monnet Network in Higher Education?
Two types of large thematic networks can qualify:
- A network focusing on a specific internal EU policy topic. Requires a minimum of 12 higher education institutions from 7 different EU Member States and non-EU countries associated with the Programme
- A network focusing on foreign policy issues addressing one specific priority. Requires a minimum of 12 higher education institutions with at least 6 participants from non-EU countries not associated with the Programme and funded by EU external action instruments. The network on foreign policy issues should include the participation of relevant organisations in countries supported.
What is expected from a Jean Monnet Network in Higher Education?
- collect, share and discuss: research findings, course content, experiences, products (studies, articles, etc.), among partners
- establish a tool allowing the partners to share their academic works and run peer review exercises, also commenting on documents posted
- regularly make a selection of the most innovative and interesting results to be provided to the Commission
The final aim of the thematic networks is to provide regular feedback (e.g. an online newsletter) on the most advanced and innovative practices in the field, supporting and adding value to the debate.
Related funding opportunities
Jean Monnet Policy Debate: Foreign policy issues: EU-AFRICA
Jean Monnet Policy Debate: Foreign policy issues: Values and Democracy
Jean Monnet Policy Debate: Internal EU issues: Digital Transformation in Europe
Networks on Internal EU Issues
Networks on Foreign Policy Issues
For more information about the application process, please visit
- The Erasmus+ Programme Guide – for detailed information (application criteria, timelines, funds available)
- European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) – the actual applications are managed by the executive agency
- National Agencies – your local entry point to seek support guidelines on the application process