Faculty members must carry out their mobility activity in each country of the programme, which is different from the country of the sending organization and the country of residence of the staff. The countries of the Erasmus programme are currently: participants receive their regular salaries while they do not receive Erasmus education. The host organisation must be a higher education institution for programme countries and some countries, holding an Erasmus higher education charter and with which the CEU has signed a bilateral agreement in a particular area of education. Please refer to the list of current partner universities on the ACRO website: acro.ceu.edu/erasmus-bilateral-agreements-department Erasmus Teaching Mobility can be carried out by all established university teachers and CEU hosts who, regardless of their nationality, have an employment contract with Kozép-eurepai Egyetem (CEU). Sending and receiving organisations must have agreed in advance on the programme of activities to be carried out before the start of the mobility phase by invited teachers (teaching programme) as part of a `mobility agreement`. These agreements define the desired outcomes for learning abroad, establish formal recognition provisions and list the rights and obligations of each party. The duration of mobility is from 2 days to 5-6 days, with no travel time. In all cases, a teaching activity must include at least 8 hours of classes per week (or a shorter stay). In order to help several candidates, the CEU grants a grant of up to 5 to 6 days. Educational mobility must take place between 1 December 2019 and 31 August 2020. Recipients of Erasmus Teaching Mobility should keep boarding passes/train tickets/other tickets to be submitted, as well as mobility documentation. Travel arrangements that are not directly related to the mobility of Erasmus courses, such as .
B trips to conferences or other visits before/after Erasmus mobility are not considered eligible. Mobility activities should result in the following results: travel arrangements that are not directly related to the Erasmus mobility of staff, such as.B. Trips to conferences or other visits before/after Erasmus mobility are not considered eligible. As part of key action 1 – Mobility of persons through the European Commission`s Erasmus programme, CEU university teachers can apply for Erasmus funds for a period of apprenticeship at a partner institution abroad. Education must be provided in a higher education institution (HEI) that holds an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) with which the CEU has signed a bilateral agreement in a given area of education. Please see the list of current partner universities on the ACRO website: acro.ceu.edu/erasmus-bilateral-agreements-department you can search for IMOTION or the ACRO website based on staff training opportunities. As part of the key action Erasmus 1 – Mobility of persons, staff of educational institutions have the opportunity to acquire training and/or work experience in another country. The mobility of training contributes to the professional development of higher education teachers and non-educational staff in the form of development sessions abroad (excluding conferences) and periods of work observation at a partner university or other relevant organisation abroad. CEU faculties and administrators can apply for Erasmus funds to participate in training mobility abroad. The home and the host institution ensure that the teaching and related activities of the host faculty are an integral part of a graduation program at the host institution.
Priority should be given to mobility activities, which will also be taken into account: beneficiaries of erasmus mobility should keep boarding passes/train tickets/other tickets to be submitted, as well as mobility documentation.