The Centre for International Programmes and Collaborations solicits and Coordinates Erasmus
- Student mobility can be in any subject area/academic discipline. To ensure high-quality
mobility activities with maximum impact on the students, the mobility activity has to be
compatible with the student’s degree-related learning and personal development needs.
- Students may carry out either one or a combination of the activities described as a study
period abroad at a partner higher education institution (HEI);
- The study period abroad must be part of the student's study programme to complete a
degree at a short cycle, first cycle (Bachelor or equivalent), second cycle (Master or
equivalent) and third or doctoral cycle.
- A study period abroad may include a traineeship period as well. Such a combination creates
synergies between the academic and professional experience abroad and may be organised in
different ways depending on the context: either one activity after the other or both at the
same time. The combination follows the funding rules and minimum duration of study
- Teaching periods: this activity allows HEI teaching staff or staff from enterprises to teach
at a partner HEI abroad. Staff mobility for teaching can be in any subject area/academic
- Training periods: this activity supports the professional development of HEI teaching and
non-teaching staff as well as the development of involved institutions. It may take the form
of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation
periods/training at a partner HEI, or at another relevant organization abroad.
- A period abroad can combine teaching and training activities.
- In the grant allocation for mobility of staff between Programme Countries, emphasis will be
put on training periods for HEI teaching staff that allow them to develop pedagogical and
curriculum design skills.