Erasmus+ Mobility Staff: Teaching and Training Mobilities
Whether you are a teacher-researcher, doctoral student, library staff, engineer, administrative, service and health technician (BIATSS), tenured or non-tenured, contract or part-time, at UPHF you can carry out a mobility in Europe or outside Europe thanks to the Erasmus+ program. The International Relations Pole will support you before, during and after your mobility.
Going on a mobility trip abroad has never been so easy!
- Option to teach in French and/or English.
- Choice of teaching period and theme
- Mobility grants
- Warm welcome from partners during mobility
- Accompaniment from the International Relations Pole during the procedures
- Discovery of a new country
- Various possible destinations (more or less long distance)
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The different types of mobility
Teachers and doctoral students have the opportunity to teach courses integrated into the official curriculum of a UPHF partner institution during a short-term stay.
- Teaching mobilities take place at a partner university of UPHF :
- It is mandatory to teach 8 hours of classes minimum (the number of hours is prorated for mobilities longer than one week).
The Erasmus+ program offers the opportunity to all staff of the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France (teaching, administrative, technical staff, etc.) to carry out a training mobility in a higher education institution, a company or a training organization in another European country.
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The purpose of training mobilities is to enable the acquisition of knowledge or know-how from experiences and best practices abroad, as well as practical skills that can serve you in your current work and professional development.
Combined mobilities allow you to combine a teaching activity with a training activity. In this case, the number of teaching hours required is a minimum of 4 hours.
The Erasmus+ mobility allowance is used to cover part of the additional costs related to mobility : living allowances and travel expenses. It is not intended to cover the total cost of the trip abroad.
Subsistence costs are calculated according to the duration of activity and the country of destination.
Travel expenses are calculated according to the mileage distance between the staff's administrative residence and the destination within the limit of the actual expenses to be justified.
NB: Only the outbound trip is included in the distance calculation, but the corresponding rate covers expenses related to the round trip.
To calculate the distance, use the calculator provided by the European Commission.
Before anything else, start estimating the real cost of your mobility in terms of travel and living expenses. If the projected budget for your mobility exceeds the Erasmus+ allocation presented above, ask your home department to participate in the financing of your mobility.
As a beneficiary of the Erasmus+ program, you cannot simultaneously receive financial support under several EU programs (JEAN MONNET, HORIZON 2020, etc) or any activity supported by EU funds (ERDF, Interreg, etc).
- Mobility must be 2 days minimum in the host institution in Europe, 5 days minimum outside Europe.
- Mobility cannot exceed two months.
Call for applications
The International Relations Hub organizes several calls for applications during the academic year available on the intranet.
Applications should be submitted by completing the online form corresponding to the type of mobility chosen (links to the forms available during the calls)
Following the call, a committee will meet to review your application for the possible award of financial support.
Will be given priority :
- Staff who have never completed an Erasmus+ mobility.
- Mobilities to European University partners (EUNICE)
- Mobilities with a direct impact on incoming student mobility (within the framework of the ERASMUS+ program or a strengthening of a partnership on the award of a joint degree).
- Junior academics for training mobilities.
- Training mobilities dedicated to pedagogical skills and program design