Promoting joint RMU study programmes

With a renewed call for proposals for the RMU Initiative Funding for Teaching, the RMU is supporting the cooperative further development of existing offerings in study programmes and teaching at the RMU. The focus this year is on binding mutual recognition of modules within the RMU.

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With Initiative Funding for Teaching, the RMU supports collaboration to promote the development of new, attractive study programmes, the cooperative further development of existing curricular offerings and for the joint testing of innovative teaching/learning formats within the RMU.

The current call for proposals focuses on the development of specific RMU study programmes (in module form) and the design of digital modules or blended learning formats. The binding mutual recognition of both new and existing modules is the focus of this round of calls.

Applications can be submitted for funding of up to EUR 40,000 per project for a maximum period of one year. Applications can be submitted by 15 March 2023. The selection decision is made by the RMU steering committee based on the recommendation by the vice-presidents responsible for studies and teaching at the three universities.

Application Documents (47 KB)
Call for Proposals (1018.41 KB)