Erasmus enables university teaching staff to spend time abroad (minimum 2 days/maximum 2 months) teaching at an institution in an Erasmus+ Programme Country.
The following teaching staff categories are eligible to apply:
- full professors
- associate professors
The aim of the activity is to transfer skills, to further enrich study plans, to offer non-mobile students and teachers the opportunity to compare different teaching methods.
Once the lesson plan has been agreed upon, the teaching hours (minimum 8 per week) held by the mobile staff will be integrated into those provided by the host institution.
Interested teaching staff must submit their applications to the International Relations Unit by the deadline set out in the specific calls for applications.
The EU grant, which is a lump-sum contribution, covers costs for travel and subsistence up to a maximum of EUR 800.
Requirements for selected teachers
Before the mobility
Selected teachers who have been awarded a mobility grant must sign the “Erasmus+ Mobility Agreement. Staff Mobility For Teaching”, prepared by the National Agency, which sets out the rights and obligations of both parties.
During the mobility
Before the end of the mobility, the teacher must request a Certificate from the host university certifying the duration of the teaching activity.
After the mobility
In order to be entitled to funding and to obtain the lump-sum reimbursement of expenses, teaching staff must submit the following to the International Relations Unit:
- the original supporting documents for the return travel expenses
- the final teaching certificate issued by the host university
- the mobility report on the teaching period abroad
Teachers are invited to send all documentation within 15 days after the end of the mobility.