Erasmus+ Outgoing Faculty and Staff
Erasmus Training staff mobility
Training periods support the professional development of HEI teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences). They can take a number of forms, not limited to but including:
- A short secondment period
- Attendance at workshops or courses
- Attendance at a staff training week
Erasmus Teaching staff mobility
Teaching assignments enables staff to spend a teaching period at a higher education institution in another participating country. There is an obligation to deliver at least eight hours of teaching.
The objectives of this staff mobility for teaching are:
To encourage higher education institutions to broaden and enrich the range and content of 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 exchange of expertise and experience on pedagogical methods
The activities of staff undertaking a teaching assignment should be integrated into the curricula of the host institution. The partner higher education institutions must have agreed on the programme of the activities to be undertaken by the visiting teachers (teaching programme) prior to the start of the mobility period. When the person carrying out the assignment is from a higher education institution, the assignment must be based on an inter-institutional agreement between the home and host institution.
Erasmus + Program Guide
Application for Staff Mobility
Letter of Invitation
Mobility Agreement - Staff Mobility for Teaching
Mobility Agreement - Staff Mobility for Training
Certificate of Completion for Staff Mobility
Every year, through the Erasmus+ Mobility programme RIT Croatia welcomes staff members from our partner universities . RIT Croatia provides our partners with the opportunity to carry out staff mobility for both teaching and/or training purposes.
Information for Incoming Staff members from Programme Countries
Incoming visitors wishing to participate in the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility programme at for teaching or training activities, must be individually accepted by a staff member in the host department, who is responsible for organising the teaching or training activities.
Acceptance is dependent on all three parties in advance i.e. the participant; the sending institution; and the host department .
Agreement for hosting staff members is dependent on:
- Agreeing in advance to the content of the teaching/training plan
- The timing of mobility
- The presence of a signed Erasmus+ Inter-Institutional agreement