Charter, Policies and Procedures

ERASMUS Charter for Higher Education awarded to the CSMM by the European Commission

Πανεπιστημιακός χάρτης ERASMUS 2021-2027

Please note, that at the time of award of the Charter, the name of the CING’s Postgraduate School was “Cyprus School of Molecular Medicine”. As of September 2022, the educational activities have been inducted under the name of the Cyprus Institute of Neurology & Genetics.

ERASMUS+ Student Charter

Know your rights and obligations as well as what you can expect from your sending and receiving organisations, at each step of your Erasmus+ experience.

CING Committees and Departments Responsible for International Relations and Mobility Programs

The Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING) which was established over 30 years ago. The Departments of the CING play a role in the implementation and organisation of mobility projects where the CING is a host and sender, to ensure a successful exchange. The responsible Departments and Committees are as follows:

CING International Relations and Student Affairs services (as part of the Education Office):The operational, administrative and communications tasks from the application procedure through to induction and duration of exchange and post-exchange follow-up are responsibilities of the CING’s International Relations and Student Affairs services (as part of the Education Office).  Email: education@cing.ac.cy  Phone: +357 22 392 840.

CING Faculty:  For matters of mentoring and academic representation, the Faculty of the CING will be consulted. A CING Faculty member will also be appointed as a “mentor/coordinator” for outgoing and incoming students and will be responsible for maintaining contact and monitoring the student’s progress throughout the exchange period.  Email: education@cing.ac.cy    Phone: +357 22 392 840.

CSMM Academic Committee: Matters concerning ECTS exemptions will be approved by the CING Academic Committee. Email: education@cing.ac.cy    Phone: +357 22 392 840.

CING Personnel Office: The CING’s Personnel Office will provide assistance with staff mobility. The Personnel Office will have the following responsibilities:

  • Appointment of a “home-institute mentor” for outgoing staff members, who will be responsible for maintaining contact and monitoring progress throughout the exchange. For staff members, their Departmental Manager will usually have this role
  • Recognition of periods spent abroad by CING staff as a positive reflection on their career and part of their continuous professional development. Therefore, staff will be encouraged by the Personnel Office to participate and gain international exposure
  • The Personnel Office will provide briefing sessions with staff on their return from mobility programmes, to assess the outcomes, which can be taken into account for staff assessments, CPD and used for structural reform
  • The Personnel Office will ensure that staff members’ achievements will be used as a positive example and communicated via the websites, social media and newsletters, as well as with presentations where they can share their experiences with colleagues. Where the mobility programme has led to staff members gaining new knowledge in a specific area of expertise useful to other colleagues, the Personnel Office will arrange for the mobile staff member to lead training sessions and in effect transfer their newly gained expertise to colleagues.
  • Contact for staff mobility matters: Email verak@cing.ac.cy   Phone +357 22 392 724.

 

Eligibility and Selection Criteria:

All CING students and staff are eligible to participate in the ERASMUS+ programme (KA1). The students and staff who are interested to participate in the programme, must submit all relative forms in order to officially express their interest, at the latest, by the end of December of the previous academic year.  All applications will be evaluated based on a set of selection criteria which are described below. Students and Staff may also officially submit their interest for participation in the programme, at a later stage, but priority will be given to the applicants who have submitted their interest, by the end of December of the previous academic year.
The CING Academic Committee will be responsible to evaluate the applications and select the participating students based on the following criteria:

  • Value for the organisation (CING) and the student
  • Previous academic record of the student at the CING
  • Personal statement
  • Interview
  • Feedback from the Head of the Dept/Clinic who is responsible for the student’s research

 

The Provost will be responsible to evaluate the applications and select the participating personnel (Academic and Administrative) based on the following criteria:

  • Value for the organization (CING)
  • Personal statement
  • Interview
  • Feedback from the Head of the Dept/Clinic who is supervising the personnel.

 
The procedure followed within the CING for the approval and monitoring of inter-institutional agreements for study and teaching mobility can be found at the following link:

CING Institutional Procedure for the Approval and Monitoring of Inter-Institutional Agreements for Study and Teaching Mobility

ERASMUS Policy Statement

 

Important Documents for Mobility for Studies:

Erasmus + SMS - Show of Interest form -GR
Erasmus + SMS - Show of Interest form -EN
Erasmus + SMS - Bank Account Details form -GR
Erasmus + SMS - Grant receipt form -GRErasmus + SMS - Incoming Erasmus Mobility Certificate -EN

Important Documents for Mobility for Placement:

Erasmus + SMP - Show of Interest form -GR
Erasmus + SMP - Show of Interest form -ENErasmus + SMP - Bank Account Details form -EN
Erasmus + SMP - Grant receipt form -GR
Erasmus + SMP - Incoming Erasmus Mobility Certificate -EN

Erasmus + Certificate -EN
 

 

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