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Erasmus Mundus 2012 – success of program EGEI

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EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency) released 7th July 2012 results of the tender Erasmus Mundus .

Program Master of Arts in Economics Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI) succeded for the second time in demanding competition and will gain financial support from the Erasmus Mundus program.

This is a great success of program EGEI because the selection of EACEA committee dominated programs focused on the environment, urban development and development of new technologies; there are only 2 projects with economic focus.

In 2012, there were submitted 177 programs in the competition for Erasmus Mundus Master Courses, of which 30 were successful (EMMC 2012 Selected programs) and will be supported by the EU. University of Economics Prague is a member of a consortium led by University of Antwerp.