Erasmus+ Europe

Via the European Union Erasmus+ programme teaching staff of Masaryk University can go on two-day to two-month teaching placements at foreign partner university institutions. For this placement they will receive a grant from MU covering accommodation, food, pocket money, local transport, insurance and travel expenses. It is not possible to participate in conferences while on a teaching placement.

It is possible to go on teaching placements through the Erasmus+ programme to these countries:

  • 28 EU member states: Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom (so far not agreed)
  • EEA countries: Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway
  • Candidate countries: Former Yugoslav Republic Of Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey

Participation Conditions

  • This activity allows teaching staff at university institutions to teach at a foreign partner university institution. The mobility of the employee can take place in any field/academic discipline.
  • Any teaching employee of the university can participate including those on part-time or short-term contracts.
  • The teaching employee can be a citizen of any country but they must have an employment contract with the sending university institution in the Czech Republic (this can also be a short-term contract (DPP or DPČ in Czech) – but the agreement must include the possibility of business trips and the right to draw travel expenses, otherwise it would be a case of unauthorised use of the funds provided).
  • The employee’s mobility can take place in any field/academic discipline. Teaching placements take place with a length of a minimum of two consecutive days and a maximum of two months (teaching in an extent of a minimum of 8 hours per week or shorter period of placement) at a partner university institution with an ECHE. Teaching placements depend on the existence and validity of an inter-institutional agreement between the individual workplaces.
  • The mobility has to take place in a programme country which is neither the country of the sending organisation nor the country of residence of the employee.
    • In the case of going to the staff member’s country of origin it is necessary to show that the staff member is long-term resident in the Czech Republic, which can be demonstrated by submitting the following documents:
      • an employment contract or DPČ for a minimum of one year
      • confirmation of studies for a period of more than one year
      • other documents (tax domicile in the Czech Republic, lease, etc.)
  • It is not possible to participate in conferences while on a teaching placement.

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Before nomination

Nikola Maráková

tel: +420 549 49 6793

After nomination

Věra Honzíková

tel: +420 549 49 4553

Deadlines

  • The deadlines for applications for the academic year 2019/2020 are the responsibility of the MU faculty
  • First cycle: February
    Detailed information will be given to you by the coordinator at the department/institute
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