The pôle Aliénor joined the Erasmus+ programmes in the academic year 2009-2010. Under the Erasmus exchange scheme, and within the European Association of conservatoires (AEC) the pôle Aliénor has bilateral agreements with numerous partner institutions across Europe.
- Claire Michon, international relations coordinator (+33) 5 49 60 59 52
Updated on 01/12/22
Informations about application procedure are available in our Course Catalogue, it can be downloaded in the right column.
Estimated calendar for 2022-2023
- Autumn semester: 9 sept 2022 - 14 jan 2023
- Spring semester: 15 jan 2023 - 30 jun 2023
Erasmus+ application procedures
Application dead-line: April 30, 2022
The pôle Aliénor is part of the pilot-project EASY of the AEC. You have to apply through the common platform.
The application procedure is available at : https://aec.dreamapply.com
Sign in and you will be led through the procedure.
In case your home institution or pôle Aliénor would not appear in the list of possible institutions, please contact the international relations coordinator of your school or the international officer of pôle Aliénor, Claire Michon : firstname.lastname@example.org
Further informations at : http://www.agence-erasmus.fr
Nota Bene : the pôle Aliénor accepts all applications, even if your home institution is not a partner yet.
Required documents :
In the Dreamapply application process, you will fill directly online
- student application form Erasmus +
- motivation letter
- study plan / learning agreement
You will also be asked to download those documents :
- curriculum vitae
- audio or video recording (15 to 20 minutes)
The pôle Aliénor does not ask the following documents, but you can still add them :
- reference letter by the teacher in the principal study subject
- ID or passport (scan)
- Transcript of records
Informations about the following topics are available in our Course Catalogue, (it can be downloaded in the right column) :
- Marks, grading scale
- Required language level
- Visa, insurance
Hochschulen für Künste Bremen, Freiburg, Leipzig, Rostock, Trossingen, Würzburg, Detmold
Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien; University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna
Erasmus Hogeschool Brussel - Koninklijk Conservatorium, Bruxelles conservatoire royal de Bruxelles (CRB)
Conservatorio Superior de Música : Barcelona (ESMUC), Castellón, Granada, Madrid, Málaga, Murcia, Oviedo, Pamplona, San Sebastian (Musikene), Vigo, Zaragoza.
University of Tartu, Viljandi Culture academy
Sibelius Academy Helsinki
department of music studies, University of Ioannina
Royal Irish Academy of Music Dublin (RIAM); Conservatory of Music and Drama, TU Dublin
Reykjavik Iceland Academy of the Arts
Conservatorio di Música : Bologna, Frosinone, Mantova, Salerno
Vilnius Lietuvos muzikos ir teatro akademija (LMTA)
Grieg Academy Bergen, University of South Eastern Norway (Rauland), UIT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø
UiS university of Stavanger
Den Haag: Koninklijk Conservatorium ; Utrecht : Hoge School voor Kunsten (HKU)
Akademia Muzyczna : Poznan, Wrocław
Vysoka Skola Musickvch umeni v Baratislave
Stockholm : Kungliga Musikhögskolan i Stockholm
Haute école de musique (HEM) de Genève
TUNE : Traditional music Undergraduate Network in Europe
Traditional music Undergraduate Network in Europe (TUNE) 2021-2024
ERASMUS+ KA2 Cooperation Partnership
The aim of this three-year project is to create opportunities for bachelor-level traditional music students from five European music institutions to participate in a democratic space for learning, exchanging, developing and performing European traditional musics. The project also aims to establish a sustainable network between the participating higher education institutions.
A central component of the project will be the development of an online learning platform which will be used to connect the student groups throughout the academic year and build towards an annual intensive week of workshops, lectures, ensemble work, and performances at a professional music festival.
Through the project, students will engage in interpreting and re-interpreting traditional musics from the countries represented by the partner institutions. The project’s social and educational value lies in the establishment of contexts for sharing, experimentation, and exploration of European cultural heritage, as well as the creation of forums where mutual understanding, respect and shared creative output can flourish.
Objectives of project
This project aims to provide student participants with the following opportunities:
- Theoretical and practical insight into folk music traditions in four European countries
- European networking and the opportunity to prepare for a European performance career
- Development of intercultural competence
Description of activities
Throughout the academic year, student groups will engage with one another, and the participating teachers, via the online learning platform. In addition to ongoing e-learning activities, annual week-long intensive courses will be held in conjunction with professional music festivals in the participant countries.
- 5 intensive weeks, leading to common artistic productions (1 per semester, 1 in each institution, gathering 5 students and 2 teachers of each institution) : may 2022 (university of Ioannina, Greece), october 2022 (university of Tartu - Viljandi, Estonia), february 2023 (Rauland Campus - university of South Eastern Norway), september 2023 (Conservatorio Superior de Vigo - Spain), may 2024 (pôle Aliénor - Poitiers, France)
- 3 multiplier events to share progress and the project’s results to a broader audience : 1 virtual conference organized by university of South Eastern Norway in may 2023, 1 presentation during the AEC congress in in The Hague in november 2023 and one hybrid conference in Poitiers in may 2024.
University of South-Eastern Norway (USN), Department of Traditional Arts and Traditional Music, Campus Rauland, Norway
Higher Educational Institutions :
- pôle Aliénor, Poitiers, France
- University of Tartu, Viljandi Culture Academy, Estonia
- Conservatorio Superior de Música de Vigo (Higher Conservatory of Music of Vigo), Spain
- University of Ioannina, Greece
- Association européenne des Conservatoires (AEC), Brussels, Belgium
Associated partners (to be confirmed) :
- Norwegian Collection of Folk Music
- Telemark Folk Music Archive
- Norsk senter for folkemusikk og folkedans
- Estonian Traditional Music Center
- UPCP-Métive, FAMDT (Fédération des Acteurs et actrices des musiques et danses traditionelles), CIRDOC – Institut occitan des cultura, unisversities of Poitiers and Tours
- Etrad – Escuela Municipal de Música Folk y Tradicional (Municipal school of folk and traditional music)
- Galician Fiddle Association
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