The Erasmus Programme mobility offer for administrative staff and faculty members is a good opportunity to verify and improve your own skills, establish new research and academic contacts, and initiate interesting cooperation between respective divisions of universities and partner institutions.
Foreign experience for University staff
With respect to non-teaching and teaching staff, the Erasmus programme offer is a good opportunity to verify and improve your own skills, establish new research and academic contacts, and initiate interesting cooperation between respective divisions of universities and partner institutions.
University employees can go to foreign institutions (universities or non-academic institutions) collaborating with their home institutions.
Criteria to be met
Two basic criteria are taken into consideration in selecting the candidates:
- language skills,
- professional experience.
The condition necessary for qualification is for the home and host institution to approve the candidate's "Individual Teaching Programme" or the "Individual Training Programme". The programme should present the goals, content and the expected results of the planned courses for students or the candidate's own training.
With respect to candidates that meet the quality criteria to the same degree, first-time candidates will take priority. Full-time university employees should also be afforded preferential treatment.
Employees of higher education institutions can use the opportunities afforded under Erasmus mobility more than once.
The grant paid from the Erasmus budget suffices to cover a part of the living costs connected with the mobility. The amount of the grant depends on the duration of stay and the host country. The amounts allocated for living costs cannot exceed the maximum rates established in the Erasmus programme for the given academic year.
People with severe disability may apply for additional funding from the dedicated disability fund within the scope of the Erasmus programme.