Staff mobility

With Erasmus+, both teaching staff and administrative staff of WSB University can take advantage of either teaching or training mobility abroad.

Teaching mobility allows higher education institutions teaching staff or staff from enterprises to teach at a partner universities abroad. Staff mobility for teaching can be in any subject area/academic discipline. It is possible to participate in training periods for teaching staff that allow them to develop pedagogical and curriculum design skills.

Training mobility supports the professional development of higher education institution teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation periods/training at a partner HEI, or at another relevant organisation abroad.

  • What are the eligibility criteria?

    Eligible applicants must hold an employment contract with WSB University. Application materials should include a completed application form (Appendix 1) and a teaching „Staff mobility for teaching mobility agreement” (Appendix 2) or a training „Staff Mobility for training Mobility agreement” (Apppendix 3), program approved by all parties. Candidates applying for the mobility for the first time and those employed as full time staff will be given the priority. The selection of candidates is made by WSB University Comission for International Mobility of Students and Staff based on the criteria defined in the Guideline for Erasmus Staff Mobility.

  • What is the mobility period?

    Erasmus+ staff mobility period can last from 2 days until 2 months, excluding travel time. However, staff of WSB University are entitled to do 5 working days* of mobility maximum. Erasmus scholarship is not granted for the days of travelling to and from mobility, only for the actual days of mobility activities carried out at the receiving institution. ** In case of 5-day mobility for teaching, each staff is required to conduct at least 8 hours of teaching. In case of a longer mobility period for teaching, the number of hours is increased accordingly to the mobility period.

  • How much is Erasmus+ scholarship?

    Successful candidate will receive an Erasmus+ scholarship which is paid to the mobility participant as a lump sum for organizational support and travel and its amount is subject to a place and the period of moblity. Erasmus+ grant is calculated by Mobility Tool in line with the actual rates of Erasmus+: https://erasmusplus.org.pl/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Zasady-alokacji-i-stawki-KA103_2019_final.pdf (Table B and Table C)

    Every Erasmus mobility carried out by WSB University staff is considered as a business trip and is subject to internal regulations based on Business Trip Form which has to be claimed from the Rector’s Office before going for mobility.

  • What are the application deadlines?

    Completed application forms should be submitted in person to the International Office (room 206) or sent by e-mail to the following address: dczerniak@wsb.edu.pl by 15 October 2019. Application forms submitted at a later date will only be considered if there are any vacancies left. If the number of available mobilities is exceeded, a waiting list of candidates will be created or it might possible for the candidate either to take advantage of staff mobility under KA107 agreement (mobility to Erasmus partner countries outside of EU) or mobility without funding from Erasmus+ program.

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