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Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme

Academic Mobility for African Sustainable Development/AMAS

Amas Mobility Targets Matrices

Grant Agreement Annex III Budget Page 33 – C.2.1 – C.2.5 (please read accompanying comments for each table in the Grant Agreement)

 

C.2.1 DISTRIBUTION OF MOBILITY PER TARGET GROUP

Type of mobility Target group 1 Target Group 2 TOTAL Distribution per mobility type (%)
Master 32 13 45 56,25%
Doctorate 15 5 20 25,00%
Staff 15 15 18,75%
Total 63 18 80  
77,50% 22,50%

 

C.2.2 DISTRIBUTION OF MOBILITY PER COHORT

Type of mobility Cohort 1 Cohort 2 Cohort 3 TOTAL
Master 17 19 9 45
Doctorate 8 8 4 20
Staff 5 7 3 15
Total 30 34 16 80

 

C.2.3 DISTRIBUTION OF MOBILITY PER CREDIT-/DEGREE-SEEKING MOBILITY

Type of mobility Credit-seeking Degree-seeking TOTAL
Master 30 15 45
Doctorate 20 20
Total 50 15 65
  76,92% 23,08%

 

C.2.4 INDICATIVE DISTRIBUTION OF INDIVIDUAL INCOMING MOBILITY PER PARTNER

Partner University (PU) Type of mobility Incoming mobility per partner All PUs
 

Each PU

Masters 9 45
Doctorates 4 20
Staff 3 15
Total 16 80

 

C.2.5 INDICATIVE DISTRIBUTION OF INDIVIDUAL OUTGOING MOBILITY PER NATIONALITY

Nationality Outgoing Mobility
Type of mobility Target Group 1 Target Group 2 Total Distribution per Country (%)
 

Country of each PU

Masters 6 3 9
Doctorates 3 1 4
Staff 3 3
Total 12 4 16 20%
All Countries Total 12x5 = 60 4 x 5 = 20 80 100%

 

 Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme

 

Academic Mobility for African Sustainable Development/AMAS

The overall objective of the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility programme is to promote sustainable development and ultimately contribute to poverty reduction by increasing the availability of trained and qualified high-level professional manpower in Africa.