ELARCH - Partners

ELARCH is a scholarship and mobility project funded under the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Partnership (EMA2) coordinated by the  University of Basilicata. The project is aimed at fostering scientific cooperation in the field of protection of heritages between European and Latin American Higher Education Institutions. The scholarship programme is open to nationals from Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Argentinal, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay and Venezuela who want to study or work at one of the nine European partner Universities and to nationals from European Union Countries who want to study or work at one of the eleven Latin American partner Universities.
The project is also supported by a number of associate organizations active in natural risk mitigation and international development.



Global Risk Forum, GRF Davos  -  Switzerland
Fondazione Città della Pace Basilicata  -  Italy
Fondazione Zetema Matera  -  Italy
ANIDIS (Italian Association of Earthquake Engineering)  -  Italy
GeoHazards International  -  USA
Rotary International District 4271 Colombia  -  Colombia
CNR IBAM (Inst. Of Cult Heritage and Monuments)  -  Italy
Committee for Matera EU Capital of Culture 2019  -  Italy
Univ. of California San Diego CISA3  -   USA
Bene Construere ltd.  -  Croatia
Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico - UNAM   -  Mexico
Universidad de Veracruz -   Mexico
Pontificia Univ. Catolica de Chile   - Chile
Universidad de Salta  -  Argentina
Universidad Industrial de Santander   -  Colombia
Universide do Porto  -  Portugal
Instituto Patrimonio Cultura Cartagena de Indias  -  Colombia
UNESCO – ORSALC Observatory  -  Paraguay
Rotary International District 2080 Lazio-Sardegna  -  Italy


Project funded by the European Union
Implemented by Università degli Studi della Basilicata


PROJECT  COORDINATOR: Prof. Michelangelo Laterza - University of Basilicata
 Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures: Architecture, Environment, Cultural Heritage (DiCEM) – Matera, Italy

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