Udima International Mobility Programme (PMIU)

KEY ACTION PROGRAM ERASMUS + 1: Mobility for learning and teaching

- HOST INSTITUTIONS -

WHY WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED IN THE UDIMA INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAMME?

The European Commission is ultimately responsible for the running of the Erasmus+ Programme. It manages the budget and sets priorities, targets and criteria for the Programme on an on-going basis. Furthermore, it guides and monitors the general implementation, follow-up and evaluation of the Programme at European level. The European Commission also bears the overall responsibility for the supervision and coordination of the structures in charge of implementing the Programme at national level.

A common purpose of this Programme is to ensure that good practices can be more easily recognised and are better understood, within and across national borders, in all sub-systems of education and training as well as in the labour market, no matter whether these were acquired through formal education and training or through other learning experiences (e.g. work experience; volunteering, online learning).
The tools also aim to ensure that education, training and youth policies further contribute to achieve the Europe 2020 objectives of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth and its education and employment headline targets through better labour market integration and mobility. In order to fulfil these objectives, the tools available should be able to cater for new phenomena such as internationalisation of education and growing use of digital learning, and support the creation of flexible learning pathways in line with learners' needs and objectives. The tools may also need to evolve in the future, leading to enhanced coherence and simplification that allow learners and workers to move freely for learning or working.

 - UDIMA PROFESSORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF  -

WHAT IS IT FOR?


Professors and Staff mobility for teaching in higher education institutions and enterprises.
Staff mobility for training between other higher education institutions

HOW LONG SHOULD MY TEACHER TRAINING OR STAY?
  • Placements will be available until September 2016.
  • The stay will be a maximum of 14 days.
  • The Erasmus PDI PAS grant covers the duration of educational or training activity. 

IS THERE ANY GRANT?

Yes, there is. The grant contains two distinct concepts (travel and subsistence). You can check the financial grants in Annex I of the call ERASMUS + for mobilities for teaching and training.

WHAT DOCUMENTS DO I NEED TO CONSIDER BEFORE TO GO?
  • Before leaving you must introduce the Grant Agreement duly completed and signed. The date of signing of the agreement must be before the start date of the teaching or training period.
  • On the other hand, you must take the model  "Attendance Certificate"  for signature the host institution. The date of signing the certificate must be equal to or later than the last day of training or teaching.
  • Staff mobility for Teaching Mobility Agreement
  • Staff mobility for Traning Mobility Agreement

THE RETURN OF MOBILITY WHAT DOCUMENTS SHOULD I SUBMIT TO JUSTIFY MY STAY?


You must submit to the International Relations Office the original certificate of residence issued by the person responsible of the University in a maximum period of 10 days from the end of your stay, In addition, you must provide the report justifying transportation costs .

Once you have delivered ​​your stay certification, you will receive an email invitation of the European Union asking you that you complete an online questionnaire (questionnaire EU) within 30 calendar days of receipt.
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