A Staff Training mobility supports the professional development of teachers and non-teaching staff of universities through training abroad (with the exception of conferences), shadowing employees at the relevant worksite/listening to lectures/vocational courses at a partner university institution, or in another appropriate organization abroad. University employees can improve their foreign language skills, increase their knowledge of other cultures and countries in the network of international contacts and gain a sense of European citizenship and a European identity.
Erasmus+ staff mobility can be realised for a maximum of five days, it is meant for networking and sharing best practices with colleagues interested in exploring or increasing the collaboration with our university through active participation. It is specifically designed for all incoming European administrative and academic staff, who wish to attend a short-term (5 days) training programme as a great chance to promote and share their respective knowledge on specific working methods and issues.
If you are interested in coming to the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague for an Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Training, CZU has a condition for incoming staff of minimal language skills of English C1. Please have a look at the different faculties, departments and units at CZU Prague - here and then fill in this form, so we have a more clear idea about your desired involvement and can address the specific people at the appropriate departments/units/offices. After you fill in the form, please contact Adam Vacek (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your inquiry. Inquiries and requests for STT (Staff mobility for training) should be addressed at least 2 months ahead.
ERASMUS+ offers university teaching staff the opportunity to teach at any European partner University, which holds an ERASMUS Charter for Universities (ECHE). The teaching staff is designed to help strengthen the “European Dimensions” of the university and provide their students with the expertise needed for the courses offered. Whenever possible, the teaching staff will work with the partner university on their joint study programs and the exchange of teaching material. Teachers' internships support the professional development of people working in the fields of education, training and youth, contributing to the innovation and improvement of teaching or working with students. Improve knowledge of foreign languages, raise awareness of other cultures and countries, engage in a network of international contacts and gain a sense of European citizenship and European identity.
If you are interested in coming to the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague for an Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Teaching, please have a look at the different faculties and departments at CZU Prague - here, because you will have to be invited by a particular CZU faculty or department. First, prepare your proposal for teaching mobility at CZU. The proposal should be targeted at students of a particular study level (Bachelor, Master or Doctoral) of a particular faculty or even department and with specific topics of the lectures/workshops/seminars that you would like to lead. Please send this proposal (perhaps also with your CV and short motivational letter) and your desired time period at CZU Prague to Adam Vacek (email@example.com) and if possible also to the CZU faculty or department representative by whom you wish to be invited.