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Erasmus Staff Teaching and Training Opportunities in Europe 2016-2017

Erasmus is the European Union’s exchange programme for students and staff. Through Erasmus you can teach or train in a partner higher education institution. 

Erasmus offers a great opportunity for academic and administrative staff to teach or work elsewhere in one of the 32 other participating countries in Europe. The Erasmus Mobility Programme provides financial support to help support the costs of staff visits to partner institutions or enterprises in Europe.

You can get to know first-hand the workings of another European educational system, learn new ideas and discover best practices to take back to UK. So don’t let the students be the only ones to benefit.

Develop your international network and enhance your language skills too!


To apply for an Erasmus placement:

Erasmus Application form 2016-2017

Erasmus Guidelines 2016-2017

Erasmus Euros Advance Request Form - this needs to be sent to Shauna Anton

Confirmation of attendance 2016-2017 This needs to be signed by the Host University at the end of the Erasmus trip

 

There are different types of Erasmus for both Support and Academic staff, so whatever your position in the University there is an opportunity for you.

Academic Staff Erasmus

Academic Staff Erasmus is available for staff to learn from our partner universities or an enterprise organisation. The activities that you undertake whilst on your visit can be varied, this could include attendance at seminars, workshops or conferences, short secondments or periods of practical training.  

Erasmus Mobility for teaching may be from two days to two months, excluding travel time. The individual must deliver at least eight hours of teaching per week or part of a week.  Some of the grants can be allocated to development work with new universities, where we have no existing formal agreement. The programme aims to extend and improve current contacts, provide an opportunity to extend research links and enable teaching staff to monitor their students who are currently studying abroad.

Support Staff Erasmus

The purpose of this training is to allow non- teaching staff to learn from the experience and good practice of our partners, also this will help you improve the skills required for your current job. This visit can be a short secondment, study visit or job shadowing scheme.  There are various Erasmus International weeks on offer for support staff which give support staff the opportunity to visit Universities in Europe along with other colleagues from other institutions.

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ Programme

Where can I go?

Please see the following Staff Mobility website to find out details of international staff week's that you can attend. 

Belgium

Hogeschool Leuven 

KATHO Kortkrijk 

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Cyprus

European University of Cyprus

Czech Republic

Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyne v Usti nad Lab

University of Ostrava

Denmark

VIA University College  

Finland

University of Helsinki 

University of Turku 

University of Oulu 

Haaga Helia University of Applied Sciences 

France

Institut Catholique de Paris

Universite Catholique de l'Ouest

Universite Catholique de Lille

Universite Jean Moulin Lyon

Universite Nice-Sophia Antipolis

 

Germany 

Hochschule fur Musik Ud Theater Rostock

Padagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe 

University of Munster

Universitat Stuttgart

 

Greece

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

University of Ioannina

University of Peloponnese

Hungary

Karoli Gaspar Reformatus Egyetem

Corvinus University of Budapest

Italy

Universita degli Studi Roma Tre

University of Pisa

University of Sassari

Lithuania

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

Malta

University of Malta 

Netherlands

 

Norway

Hogskolen I Telemark Notodden

Bergen University College

Agder College Kristiansand

Oslo University College 

Poland

University Mikolaja Kopernika 

Portugal

Instituto Politecnico de Coimbra

Romania

Universitatea Lucian Blaga Sibiu

Universitatea din Bucuresti

Spain

University of Vigo 

Universidad Catolica San Antonia de Murcia

Universidad de Sevilla

University of Girona

San Pablo University

Universidad Pontificia Comillas Madrid

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona 

Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

Sweden

Malmo University 

Switzerland

Zurcher Hochschule der Kunste (ZHdK)

HTW CHUR

The Netherlands

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Hanzehogeschool Groningen

University of Amsterdam

Hogeschool Van Arnhem en Nijmegen

University of Groningen

Utrecht University

Haagse Hogeschool (The Hague)

Turkey 

Balikesir University 

Gazi University

Recep Tayyip Erdogan University

 

Useful Links

Useful forms:

Past Experience

Ms Michelle Bond (Faculty Librarian) - The University of Helsinki
Dr Sadek Hamid (British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow) - Catholic University of the West (Angers)

If you have been on Erasmus please let us know about your experience. 

Erasmus Feedback Form

Welcome to Erasmus

Erasmus Staff Teaching and Training Opportunities in Europe 2016-2017

Erasmus is the European Union’s exchange programme for students and staff. Through Erasmus you can teach or train in a partner higher education institution. 

Erasmus offers a great opportunity for academic and administrative staff to teach or work elsewhere in one of the 32 other participating countries in Europe. The Erasmus Mobility Programme provides financial support to help support the costs of staff visits to partner institutions or enterprises in Europe.

You can get to know first-hand the workings of another European educational system, learn new ideas and discover best practices to take back to UK. So don’t let the students be the only ones to benefit.

Develop your international network and enhance your language skills too!


To apply for an Erasmus placement:

Erasmus Application form 2016-2017

Erasmus Guidelines 2016-2017

Erasmus Euros Advance Request Form - this needs to be sent to Shauna Anton

Confirmation of attendance 2016-2017 This needs to be signed by the Host University at the end of the Erasmus trip

 

There are different types of Erasmus for both Support and Academic staff, so whatever your position in the University there is an opportunity for you.

Academic Staff Erasmus

Academic Staff Erasmus is available for staff to learn from our partner universities or an enterprise organisation. The activities that you undertake whilst on your visit can be varied, this could include attendance at seminars, workshops or conferences, short secondments or periods of practical training.  

Erasmus Mobility for teaching may be from two days to two months, excluding travel time. The individual must deliver at least eight hours of teaching per week or part of a week.  Some of the grants can be allocated to development work with new universities, where we have no existing formal agreement. The programme aims to extend and improve current contacts, provide an opportunity to extend research links and enable teaching staff to monitor their students who are currently studying abroad.

Support Staff Erasmus

The purpose of this training is to allow non- teaching staff to learn from the experience and good practice of our partners, also this will help you improve the skills required for your current job. This visit can be a short secondment, study visit or job shadowing scheme.  There are various Erasmus International weeks on offer for support staff which give support staff the opportunity to visit Universities in Europe along with other colleagues from other institutions.

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ Programme

Where can I go?

Please see the following Staff Mobility website to find out details of international staff week's that you can attend. 

Belgium

Hogeschool Leuven 

KATHO Kortkrijk 

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Cyprus

European University of Cyprus

Czech Republic

Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyne v Usti nad Lab

University of Ostrava

Denmark

VIA University College  

Finland

University of Helsinki 

University of Turku 

University of Oulu 

Haaga Helia University of Applied Sciences 

France

Institut Catholique de Paris

Universite Catholique de l'Ouest

Universite Catholique de Lille

Universite Jean Moulin Lyon

Universite Nice-Sophia Antipolis

 

Germany 

Hochschule fur Musik Ud Theater Rostock

Padagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe 

University of Munster

Universitat Stuttgart

 

Greece

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

University of Ioannina

University of Peloponnese

Hungary

Karoli Gaspar Reformatus Egyetem

Corvinus University of Budapest

Italy

Universita degli Studi Roma Tre

University of Pisa

University of Sassari

Lithuania

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

Malta

University of Malta 

Netherlands

 

Norway

Hogskolen I Telemark Notodden

Bergen University College

Agder College Kristiansand

Oslo University College 

Poland

University Mikolaja Kopernika 

Portugal

Instituto Politecnico de Coimbra

Romania

Universitatea Lucian Blaga Sibiu

Universitatea din Bucuresti

Spain

University of Vigo 

Universidad Catolica San Antonia de Murcia

Universidad de Sevilla

University of Girona

San Pablo University

Universidad Pontificia Comillas Madrid

Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona 

Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

Sweden

Malmo University 

Switzerland

Zurcher Hochschule der Kunste (ZHdK)

HTW CHUR

The Netherlands

Erasmus University Rotterdam

Hanzehogeschool Groningen

University of Amsterdam

Hogeschool Van Arnhem en Nijmegen

University of Groningen

Utrecht University

Haagse Hogeschool (The Hague)

Turkey 

Balikesir University 

Gazi University

Recep Tayyip Erdogan University

 

Useful Links

Useful forms:

Past Experience

Ms Michelle Bond (Faculty Librarian) - The University of Helsinki
Dr Sadek Hamid (British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow) - Catholic University of the West (Angers)

If you have been on Erasmus please let us know about your experience. 

Erasmus Feedback Form