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Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM)/ mobility with partner countries

The new Erasmus+ programme from the European Union “Mobility with Partner Countries” (Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility), provides financial support for mobility for teaching purposes (STA) to selected non-European universities. Teaching staff from these selected universities can also be funded if this has been contractually agreed.

In the framework of this programme Paderborn University cooperates with the partner countries Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel, Cameroon, Cuba, Togo, Tunisia and Vietnam and the following partner universities:

Bosnia and Herzegovina:
1. University of Sarajevo (Business Administration and Economics/Law, Theology)
2. University of Mostar (English and American Studies)

Israel:
1. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan (Philosophy)

Cameroon:
1. Université de Yaoundé I (German Studies)

Cuba:
1. Universidad de la Habana (German Studies)

Togo:
1. Université de Lomé (German Studies)

Tunisia
1. Université de Carthage, Tunis (German Studies)
2. Université de la Manouba, near Tunis (German and Romance Studies)
3. Université Ez-Zitouna, Tunis (Theology)
4. Université de Monastir (German Studies)

Vietnam:
1. Foreign Trade University, Hanoi (Business Administration and Economics)

Funding rates STA:

Sending Country

Destination   Daily rate until the 14th funded day abroad Daily rate from the 15th funded day abroad
Germany Partner country  

EUR 180 per day

EUR 126 per day

Partner country Germany  

EUR 160 per day

EUR 112 per day

In addition to the daily allowances, travel costs will be subsidised according to the actual distance between the place of departure and the final destination of the mobility. Distances can be calculated using the distance calculator from the European Commission.

The minimum duration of the stay abroad is five days and the maximum is 60 days. For mobility for teaching purposes at least eight teaching hours per week must be taught.

Special funding for staff with severe disabilities

On application, you will receive the additional financial requirement of up to 10,000 € in addition to the regular Erasmus+ funding. An individual estimate will be made of the additional costs that are expected to arise during Erasmus+ mobility or in the host country and that will not be covered by other funding institutions. These include, for example, additional costs for barrier-free accommodation, travel assistance, medical care abroad, adaptation of learning materials or an accompanying person.

Funding Conditions
  • The degree of disability must be at least 50 %
  • The additional special funding can only be applied for for periods of time that are funded by Erasmus+
Documents to be submitted
  • This type of special support requires a detailed application for special support. You can obtain the application documents from the International Office. The detailed application must be submitted to the DAAD at least 2 months before the start of the stay abroad.

  • Copy of Disability Pass

  • Rejection of other funding institutions (integration offices, health insurance, landscape associations, social services, student services)

  • After the stay abroad: proof of the costs arisen (plane tickets, rental contracts, work contracts with support staff, proof of payments etc).

Application

For more information on the application process, please contact Ms. Mosharof.

 

Contact

Nicole Struzek

Project Coordinator Mobility with Partner Countries (Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility)

RegionsBosnia and Herzegovina, Cameroon, Cuba, Israel, Togo, Tunisia, Vietnam
RoomI4.204 (NEW)
Telephone+49 (5251) 60 5679
Fax+49 (5251) 60 3537
E-Mailnicole.struzek[at]zv.upb.de
Office hours

By appointment

 

Erasmus+ at UPB

This project is funded with the support of the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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