Scientific staff employed at the University of Graz who are not on leave during the mobility period. Thirdly, language and intercultural competences facilitate mobility and can be improved during mobility phases. Erasmus+ teacher mobility is supported by the European Commission and co-financed by the university`s international relations budget. The Erasmus+ Mobility Grant is a contribution to additional costs during studies abroad. Travel and accommodation costs may be covered up to the maximum rates mentioned below. From the 2015 summer semester, contract students will have to take language tests in their working language before and after their mobility period. Swisscom wants to reduce direct CO2 emissions by 12% over the same period, in particular through measures in the area of employee mobility and infrastructure. The Erasmus+ programme supports short teaching assignments (TA) in European partner universities awarded a European Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). Students who cannot participate in a mobility programme benefit from the scientific knowledge and expertise of other institutions.

Higher education institutions are broadening and enriching the offer and content of their courses and strengthening interinstitutional cooperation. Staff of public or private organisations from eligible countries may be invited to teach at the university. Finally, the proposed mobility programme must include an evaluation plan describing the evaluation criteria for the internship period. The University of Graz has a large number of erasmus+ interinstitutional agreements for teacher exchanges. Please check the list of existing agreements for each faculty in the download box in the right column. If your host school confirms this stay as part of your stay abroad (residence certificate), students can also benefit from the ERASMUS+ mobility allowance provided for in the Grant Agreement for this eligibility period. Deadline: You can submit your application at any time at least 2 months before your mobility. Only complete applications are considered. As regards follow-up, mobility periods must be duly recognised and validated, both as regards formal and non-formal learning.

JGU staff can travel to partner universities as guest lecturers under the ERASMUS programme. . . .