ERASMUS Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignment
What are the objectives of staff mobility for teaching?
- To encourage higher education institutions to broaden and enrich the range and content of the courses they offer;
- To allow students who do not have the possibility to participate in a mobility scheme, to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of academic staff from higher education institutions and from invited staff of enterprises in other European countries;
- To promote the exchange of expertise and experience on pedagogical methods;
- To create links between higher education institutions and with enterprises;
- To motivate students and staff to become mobile and to assist them in preparing a mobility period.
Who can benefit?
The teaching assignments may be carried out by the teaching staff of higher education institutions and by the invited staff of enterprises.
For how long can teaching staff go abroad?
- Staff can teach abroad between 1 day and 6 weeks. The minimum requirement for a teaching assignment is 5 teaching hours.
- A minimum duration of 5 working days is strongly recommended to provide a meaningful contribution to the teaching programme and international life at the host institution.
Please see the check-list and forms to be completed on the link below.
- Erasmus training assignment form,
- Invitation letter from partner institution,
- An account number from İşBank,
- Agreement Form,
- Health insurance.
- Confirmation letter from host institution,
- Transportation tickets,
- Report on mobility experience.
A staff candidate will be paid 80% of the Erasmus grant before mobility with the final 20% paid at the end of mobility.