Research, Work & Teach Abroad
The new EU programme Erasmus+ focuses on the promotion of mobility for teaching and learning purposes and the transnational collaboration. In the academic field, Erasmus+ promotes a sustainable development of the higher education system in partner countries and especially the teaching and training mobility of university staff.
The general term “staff mobility” is divided into:
- mobility for teaching purposes, in the following referred to as mobility for staff teaching assignments
- mobility for training purposes, in the following referred to as mobility for staff training
An Erasmus+ grant is possible if the sending or receiving university holds an Erasmus+ charter for higher education. There has to be a valid bilateral Erasmus+ contract (inter-institutional agreement) with the agreement for mobility for staff teaching assignments and staff training with the receiving university. When it comes to mobility for staff teaching assignments, there has to be a contract for the respective department.
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