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Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignments (STA) enables teaching staff at universities or staff from enterprises to teach and conduct joint academic/educational activities in a partner university abroad. Staff mobility for teaching can be in any subject area/academic discipline.
For Staff from Enterprises:
The sending organisation must be:
• Any Programme Country public or private organisation active in the labour market or in the fields of education, training and youth. For example, such organisation can be:
o a public or private, a small, medium or large enterprise (including social enterprises);
o a public body at local, regional or national level;
o a social partner or other representative of working life, including chambers of commerce, craft/professional associations and trade unions;
o a research institute;
o a foundation;
o a school/institute/educational centre (at any level, from pre-school to upper-secondary education, and including vocational education and adult education); Remark: Universities are exempted.
o a non-profit organisation, association, NGO;
o a body providing career guidance, professional counselling and information services.
STA is a daily basis activity and a grant payment is made for the lecture days. For this reason, in the Staff Mobility for Teaching Mobility Agreement a specific teaching program must be indicated on a daily-basis.
The purposes of STA may be summarized as follows:
• to provide teaching staff with opportunities for personal & professional development;
• to share expertise in specialist areas within teacher education, to deepen mutual understanding of different European Education Systems and to raise the profile of the European Dimension in Education;
• to allow students who are not able to participate in mobility to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of staff in other European institutions.
Mobility Duration: From 2 days to 2 months, excluding travel time.
Mandatory course hours should be increased proportionally to the duration of the activities for activities longer than 1 week. (For instance, as 8 course hours are mandatory for an activity with a duration of 1 week, an activity with a duration of 2 weeks will have a minimum of 16 mandatory course hours).
In the event that the participation certificate shows that the beneficiary conducted activities for a duration shorter than 2 days and/or oversaw fewer course hours than required, the activities will be considered invalid and no grant will be paid to the beneficiary in the context of Staff Teaching Mobility.
Please note that the International Office may limit the duration of staff exchanges with a minimum of 2 days excluding travel time in order to enable more staff to participate in the Erasmus+ Programme.
To apply for Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignment, you should start planning a year before.
1. Attend one of the Erasmus Information Sessions organised by the International Office;
Once you decide on the country and institution you want to visit:
2. From the partner list, check if your department/faculty/institutehave a valid Erasmus+ faculty exchange agreement with the partner institution you intend to visit;
3. If you wish to visit an institution that is not our partner yet, contact the International Office to initiate the agreement-making process. Please note that an institution must be a Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) holder in order to be able to take part in this mobility type.
4. Follow the International Office’s open call for application. Complete the application form and submit it along with the required documents before the application deadline. Late submissions will not be accepted. Remark: Applicants will be asked to submit an invitation letter from the host institution. The letter should be written on a headed paper, signed, stamped and include: - dates & subject of the mobility; - name of the institution; - where the mobility will take place; - name and function of the person who signs the letter.
5. Once you are selected, you need to apply to your Faculty Executive Board for leave;
6. Complete your daily-based teaching programme in cooperation with the host university;
7. Arrange your travel and accommodation, open a Euro account in a bank, apply for visa, get a valid health insurance and the like.
1. Participants agree to fulfill their commitments regarding the exchange, including but not limited to obeying deadlines, submiting required documents, attending relevant trainings, following the requests and rules of the host university and the like;
2. Please note that following the announcement of the placement and grand allocation results, selected staff will have 30 days to waive their participation in the Erasmus+ Program;
3. Change in the exchange period is only possible for the same academic year and request should be made 30 days prior to the initial start of the mobility;
4. Staff, who are not able to attend the program for any reason, should promptly inform the International Office by submitting their letter of waiver;
5. Please note that in the case of return without completing the minimum duration and without a force majeure (such as extenuating circumstances, familial reasons, health issues, natural disasters) will result in refund of all Erasmus grant received;
6. The mobility of staff failing to submit documents proving their participation (Certificate of Attendance and final report) is considered invalid and no grant will be paid to the staff, while the grant paid at the beginning of the programme will be withdrawn.