ERASMUS+ is a program established by the European Union to promote the mobility of all university members (teachers, students as well as members of the administration and service units) within the EU. An Erasmus+ teaching mobility enables university teachers to spend a teaching period, a training period or a combination of a period of teaching and training at a partner university in a participating country or in a non-associated third country.
Mobilities can be organized to EU member states (except Austria as sending country), Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Northern Macedonia, Turkey and Serbia. Mobilities to non-associated third countries need to be discussed individually.
Aims of the Erasmus+ teaching assignments:
Aims of the Erasmus+ training assignments:
An Erasmus+ teaching assignment can only be carried out at Erasmus+ partner universities of the ABPU. The teaching assignment must be integrated in the study program of the partner institution. A mutual invitation of a teacher of the partner university to the ABPU is encouraged, but not obligatory.
An Erasmus+ training can also take place at an institution without a partnership agreement with the ABPU.