Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Further Training
Erasmus+ funds continuing and further education measures for both academic and non-academic university employees in program countries with the aim to develop and expand internationalization.
Advantages of Erasmus+ Staff Mobility: STT – Staff Training
- A stay based on an approved program
- Professional exchange and new perspectives
- Strengthening of one's own skills
- Expansion and immersion of networks
University personnel – academic and non-academic – from all fields can participate in the Erasmus+ program for continuing and further education opportunities and receive financial assistance.
EU Member States
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, United Kingdom
Program Countries Outside of the EU
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Norway, Turkey
The program country cannot be the primary residence of the person applying.
Mobility can occurr at
- a foreign university with a valid Erasmus-Charter for Higher Education, ECHE
- an institution located in a program country that is active in the job market or general and professional training or works with youth
Continuing Education Formats
- Participation in a Staff Training Week (see offers below)
- Sitting in a class
- Job shadowing
- Study visits
- Participation in workshops and seminars
- Participation in language courses
Duration of Stay and Funding
ERASMUS staff mobility is possible for at least two consecutive days to a maximum of 60 days. A maximum of ten days are funded.
Financial assistance for costs resulting from transportation and accommodations is offered at RWTH Aachen according to the State Travel Costs Act and Cost Reimbursement Ordinance for Abroad.
Participation in conferences cannot be funded. Visits that aim to establish university partnerships exclusively – so called Preparatory Visits – will also not be funded.
No participation fees of any kind are covered by the funding.
Erasmus+ saims to promote equal opportunities and inclusion. For this reason, participants with a disability are granted easier access to the program and offered special funding. Please contact Adriane Sehlinger for information about the special funding.
Staff Training Week offers organized by foreign universities will be regularly published on this platform. If interested, please contact the respective university and inform them.
Erasmus+ Mobility for further and continuing education purposes can also be self-organized. You must contact your target institution and inquire whether a working visit is possible.
Participants must ensure they have sufficient insurance during the stay abroad as the grant and mobility stipend do not include any insurance.
Application and Documents
The Mobility Agreement must be completely filled out and signed and submitted to Claudia Hanke at least six weeks before the stay begins. This Mobility Agreement is considered the application for ERASMUS Staff Mobility. You can submit the Mobility Agreement as a scanned copy.
Additional forms and information needed for financial assistance will be sent once the application has been approved.
A Note on Safety
In view of political tensions in some of the Erasmus countries we advise those who are planning a stay abroad to check the website of the Federal Foreign Office, in particular its travel warnings (de), on a regular basis.