ERASMUS+ What is it?
Travel to one of the partners universities
BGU staff member may travel to an European University only
after BGU has signed an Erasmus+ agreement with that University.
(An Erasmus+ Agreement with a European University is being signed only after the EU approval of the Erasmus+ Application done by the European University).
Travels may be for 2 different purposes:
- - Training (for professional improvement)
- - Teaching (the invited person has to teach minimum 8 frontal hours)
The hosting program for a Teaching Erasmus+ Mobility must be of minimum 8 frontal teaching hours (this may be at seminars, part of an ongoing course, at graduate student special meeting, extracurriculum special guest lecture, a special professional presentation for staff members…etc)
Erasmus+ program funds are for the cover of travel expenses, living expenses as defined by the European Union. A fixed amount is allocated per mobility, and may vary in each country and University.
Each European University allocates a different number of "Spots" for teaching/training mobility to and from BGU.
One week: 5 working days +2 days travel.
The mobility should be planned to benefit all parties involved from both institutions (host and visitor).
- Check the list below to see the
open opportunities for mobility in our partner Universities
- Get in touch with a colleague from the relevant University, and propose a cooperation
- Receive an approval from the host university and plan with him your mobility program.
- Agree on dates for your mobility and receive an approval from the host university
- Fill-out the
BGU Internal on-line Form
- Obtain a recommendation letter from your superiors, and have them sign your application
- Upload top the on-line system with all the above information and add your CV (in English).
Applications must be submitted at least 4 weeks before planned mobility.
- An internal BGU committee evaluates all applications and will inform you about its decision
- If you have been approved, follow the instructions you received in the approval letter
- If you have been rejected, you may try to apply to another university.