WELCOME TO THE APPLICATION WEB FOR THE ERASMUS PROGRAMME TEACHING ASSIGNMENT OR COMBINED TEACHING/TRAINING ASSIGNMENT
Please fill out all requested information in the form. We recommend you prepare the sections regarding objectives, added values, content and outcomes in a separate document and copy past it to your application.
If you are uncertain of any requested information, e.g. the dates you plan to teach at the host university, kindly fill out the dates you intend to teach. If you do not know some of the information, please enter UNKNOWN.
Before submitting the application you will be asked to download it as pdf (a copy will also be sent to your e-mail) Please remember to print out the application as you require signature from the head of your department and from the host institution before it can be processed.
1) Teaching assignments (without staff training) must contain at least 8 hours of teaching to students and last from a minimum of 2 days up to 2 months
2) Combined teaching and staff training assignments must contain at least 4 hours of teaching to students and last from a minimum of 2 days up to 2 months. The activities within the staff training must also be explained in the application
3) Contents and agreement:
- The students can be at first, second or third level and teaching can consist of lectures, seminars, supervisions and examinations
- There must be a valid Erasmus agreement between Linnaeus University and the host institution
- A Teaching Mobility Agreement is to be drawn and approved by the sending and receiving part prior to the mobility (scanned signatures OK)
- After the mobility has been carried out, the Mobility Agreement is to be returned to the Office of external relations (ER) and a report is to be submitted through Erasmus Mobility Tool
- Your travel expenses claim is to be submitted through the Primula system
- The grant will be transferred to the department/faculty after ER has received the required documents
SPECIFIC CONDITONS FOR ERASMUS PROGRAMME TEACHING AND COMBINED TEACHING/TRAINING ASSIGNMENT
ARTICLE 1: SUBJECT MATTER OF THE AGREEMENT
1.1 The institution shall provide support to the participant for undertaking a mobility activity for [teaching/ training/ teaching and training] under the Erasmus+ Programme.
1.2 The participant accepts the financial support or the provision of services as specified in article 3 and undertakes to carry out the mobility activity for [teaching/ training/ teaching and training] as described in Annex I.
1.3. Amendments to the agreement shall be requested and agreed by both parties through a formal notification by letter or by electronic message.
ARTICLE 2: ENTRY INTO FORCE AND DURATION OF MOBILITY
2.1 The agreement shall enter into force on the date when the last of the two parties signs.
2.2 The start and the end date of the mobility period shall be the first day that the participant needs to be present at the receiving [institution/organisation] and the end date shall be the last day the participant needs to be present at the receiving [institution/organisation].
2.3 The participant shall receive support from Erasmus+ EU funds for […] days of activity [If the participant receives financial support from Erasmus+ EU funds: the number of days shall be equal to the duration of the mobility period]; If the participant receives financial support from Erasmus+ EU funds combined with a zero-grant period the number of days shall correspond to the period covered by a financial support from Erasmus+ EU funds, which shall be provided at least for the minimum duration of the period abroad (2 days per mobility period) ]; [if the participant receives a zero-grant for the entire period: this number of days should be 0] and […] days for travel [if the participant receives a zero-grant for the entire period: this number of days should be 0].
2.4 The total duration of the mobility period, shall not exceed 2 months with a minimum of 2 consecutive days per mobility activity. [for teaching mobility for HIGHER EDUCATION only: [A minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week has to be respected. For a mobility period exceeding a full week, the minimum number of teaching hours per extra day is calculated as: 8 hours divided by 5, multiplied by the number of extra days.]
2.5 The participant may submit any request concerning the extension of the mobility period within the limit set out in article 2.4. If the institution agrees to extend the duration of the mobility period, the agreement shall be amended accordingly.
2.6 The last signature by the host institution shall provide the effective start and end dates of the mobility period.
ARTICLE 3: FINANCIAL SUPPORT
3.1.[The final amount for the mobility period shall be determined by multiplying the number of days of the mobility specified in article 2.3 with the individual support rate applicable per day for the receiving country and adding the contribution for travel to the amount obtained.] [For zero-grant participants, the contribution for travel should be 0]
3.2 The reimbursement of costs incurred in connection with special needs, when applicable, shall be based on the supporting documents provided by the participant.
3.3 The financial support may not be used to cover costs already funded by EU funds.
3.4 Notwithstanding Article 3.3, the financial support is compatible with any other source of funding.
3.5 The financial support or part of it shall be recovered if the participant does not carry out the mobility in compliance with the terms of the agreement. However, reimbursement shall not be requested when the participant has been prevented from completing his/her mobility activities as described in Annex I due to force majeure. Such cases shall be reported by the sending institution [For invited staff from enterprises: by the receiving institution] and accepted by the NA.
ARTICLE 4: PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS
4.3 The participant must provide proof of the actual dates of start and end of the mobility period (see last page on the printed application)
ARTICLE 5: EU SURVEY
5.1. The participant shall complete and submit the online EU Survey after the mobility abroad within 30 calendar days upon receipt of the invitation to complete it.
5.2 Participants who fail to complete and submit the online EU Survey may be required by their institution to partially or fully reimburse the financial support received.
ARTICLE 6: LAW APPLICABLE AND COMPETENT COURT
6.1 The Agreement is governed by the laws of Sweden.
6.2 The competent court determined in accordance with the applicable national law shall have sole jurisdiction to hear any dispute between the institution and the participant concerning the interpretation, application or validity of this Agreement, if such dispute cannot be settled amicably