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Erasmus Mundus Action2, SALAM Project

Erasmus Mundus Action 2, Strand 1, Lot 7 is a European Union scholarship programme for promoting structured cooperation and European Higher Education for Third world countries.

A branch of this project is specifically directed for citizens of Iraq, Iran and Yemen. This branch is named SALAM from the Arabic word which means “Peace”. The letters of this name in English is interpreted as SALAM = Study Abroad, Learning & Mobility.

The SALAM project of 18 Universities (7 European Universities and 11 Universities from Iraq, Iran and Yemen). The programme launched in May 2012 while implementation started from September 2013 and lasts until July 2016.

Salahaddin University-Erbil became a full partnership of Erasmus Mundus Action2 SALAM from May 2012 and had observed activities in the project.

The SALAM project is coordinated and supervised by the University of Warsaw-Poland

The main objectives of the partnership include organization of mobility of students, young researchers, academic and administrative staff in line with the accepted proposal; facilitating the development of critical skills necessary for functioning in the knowledge‑based society; implementation of quality measures and transfer of expertise within the partnership; visibility measures and dissemination of the outcomes, ensuring sustainability of the network and contribution to the development of a cross-cultural understanding. Implemented activities in connection with these objectives will cover all levels of studies in all fields of studies.

Salahaddin University Beneficiaries:

So far, the mobilities from Salahaddin University  benefited Erasmus Mundus Action 2, SALAM Project are:

1-      Dr.Ali Tofiq Hassan, Post doctorate, International Law, University of Warsaw-Poland.

2-      Dr.Muhammed Fakhri Omer, Post doctorate, Geology, University of Warsaw-Poland.

3-      Dr.Mohammed Rashid Mochtar, Staff, Chemistry, University of Algarve, Faro-Portugal.

4-      Haval Hussen Saeed,Ph.D. student, Education, Teacher Training, University of Warsaw-Poland.

5-      Ibrahim Nooradin Fathi, MA student, Linguistics, University of Lille 1, France.

6-      Zewa Eshaya Dawood, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

7-     Omer Mustafa Ibrahim, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

8-     Bewar Tahir, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

9-    Dyari Abbas Mamand, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

10- Karzan Mohammed Abdulreahman. Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

11- Barzan Rzgar Mohammed, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

12- Shakir Abdulsalam Hadi, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

13-Aeram Sabah Muhiaddin, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

14- Hedi Jamal Abdullah, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

15- Heba Khalid Abdullah, Undergraduate, Modern EC languages, University of Warsaw-Poland.

16- Miss.Basima Othman Mahmood( bas.mayah@gmail.com ) has joined Georg-August Gottingen University-Germany to study Language Change and Irregulations leading to Ph.D. degree. It is expected that the Ph.D. degree will be warded to her in January 2016.The scholarship study is fully funded by Erasmus Mundus Programme.

 This project terminated in July 2016 and the final report was submitted to the EU by Warsaw University-Poland.

Steering Committee of Erasmus Mundus Action2- SALAM Scholarships programme