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Staff mobility for teaching
from the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE), Germany
        

to the Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), Indonesia

General overview:

The Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) offers in the field of Forest Sciences or Agricultural Sciences:

  • 2 Staff mobilitiy for teaching (from UGOE to IPB) with a duration of maximal 15 days (excluding travel days).

A minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week has to be respected.

Staff applicants should apply for the scholarship with an invitation letter from a representative of the host university.

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

Staff

(from UGOE to IPB)

15 days

(excluding 2 travel days)

1.500 EUR

• 180 EUR per day up to the 14th day of activity

 

• 126 EUR per day from the 15th day

 

Insurance:

All grant holders are insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

Required language skills:

English level C1

Application:

Please use the below URLs for application:

Please note that in addition to the online application, you might be invited to introduce yourself in a video call with your academic supervisor as part of the application process. 

 

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Monday, 3rd June 2019.

In the framework of this call for applications within the Erasmus+ Programme, persons with disadvantaged backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply and, in cases of equal qualification, aptitude and expertise, they will be given preferential consideration in selection.The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Institut Pertanian Bogor recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.

 


Staff mobility for teaching
from the Nanjing University, NJU (China)

to the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE), Germany

General overview:

The Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) offers 2 Staff mobilities for teaching in the field of Intercultural German Studies with a duration of 14 days (excluding travel days). A minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week has to be respected.

 

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

Staff Incoming

(from NJU to UGOE)

14 days

(excluding 2 travel days)

1.500 EUR

• 160 EUR per day up to the 14th day of activity

 

 

Insurance:

All grant holders are insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

Required language skills:

English level C1

Application:

Please use the below URLs for application:

  • https://econsort.ugent.be/regis.asp?frm=1998
  • https://econsort.ugent.be/applicationform.asp?frmid=39995

Please note that in addition to the online application, you might be invited to introduce yourself in a video call with your academic supervisor as part of the application process. 

 

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Monday, 15th April 2019.

 

In the framework of this call for applications within the Erasmus+ Programme, persons with disadvantaged backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply and, in cases of equal qualification, aptitude and expertise, they will be given preferential consideration in selection.

The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Nanjing University recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.

 


Student mobility for studies
from the University of Göttingen, UGOE (Germany)
to the Nanjing University, NJU (China)

General overview:

The University of Göttingen (UGOE) offers:

  • 1 PhD student mobility for studies (outgoing) in the field of German Studies, with a duration of 3 months,

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

PhD from UGOE to NJU

3 months

1500 EUR

700 EUR per month

 

Insurance:

The grant holder is insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

 

Tuition fees:

The receiving institution will not ask the grantee to pay fees for tuition, registration, examinations or for access to laboratory and library facilities during his/her mobility period. Nevertheless, the grantee may be charged a fee on the same basis as local students for costs such as student unions and the use of study-related materials or equipment.

Required language skills:

For students from UGOE to NJU: English level B2

Important:

Please use the below URLs in your website to link to the registration pages and the application form pages:

  • https://econsort.ugent.be/regis.asp?frm=1995
  • https://econsort.ugent.be/applicationform.asp?frmid=39995

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Friday, 3rd of May 2019.

In the framework of this call for applications within the Erasmus+ Programme, persons with disadvantaged backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply and, in cases of equal qualification, aptitude and expertise, they will be given preferential consideration in selection.

The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Nanjing University recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.

 

 

Student mobility for studies
from the Beijing Foreign Studies University, BFSU (China)
to the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, UGOE (Germany)

General overview:

The Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) offers:

  • Master student mobility for studies (incoming) in the field of Intercultural German Studies, Double Degree, with a duration of 12 months
  • 1 PhD student mobility for studies (incoming) in the field of Intercultural German Studies, with a duration of 3 months

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

Master from BFSU to UGOE

12 months

 820 EUR

850 EUR per month

PhD from BFSU to UGOE

3 months

820 EUR

850 EUR per month

 

Insurance:

The grant holder is insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

 

Please note that there was a change in German legislation related to the residence title for study purposes. In the future, all incoming international students are required to get a German public health insurance. The law affects all mobilities from October 2018 onwards. The German public health insurance costs approx. 90-100 € per month. You will be informed upon your arrival/during the introductory days how to get this insurance.

 

Tuition fees:

The receiving institution will not ask the grantee to pay fees for tuition, registration, examinations or for access to laboratory and library facilities during his/her mobility period. Nevertheless, the grantee may be charged a fee on the same basis as local students for costs such as student unions and the use of study-related materials or equipment.

Required language skills:

German level B2

English level B2

Important:

Please use the below URLs in your website to link to the registration pages and the application form pages:

  • URL for first registration: https://econsort.ugent.be/regis.asp?frm=1998
  • URL for application form: https://econsort.ugent.be/applicationform.asp?frmid=39995

 

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Monday, 3rd June 2019.

 

In the framework of this call for applications within the Erasmus+ Programme, persons with disadvantaged backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply and, in cases of equal qualification, aptitude and expertise, they will be given preferential consideration in selection.

The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Beijing Foreign Studies University recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.

 


 

Staff mobility for teaching
from the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE), Germany

to the Universidad de Chile (UdeChile), Santiago de Chile

General overview:

The Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) offers 1 Staff mobility for teaching in the field of Economics with a duration of 7 days (excluding travel days). A minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week has to be respected.

 

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

Staff

(from UGOE to UdeChile)

7 days

(excluding 2 travel days)

1.500 EUR

• 180 EUR per day up to the 14th day of activity

 

• 126 EUR per day from the 15th day

 

Insurance:

All grant holders are insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

Required language skills:

English level C1

Application:

Please use the below URLs for application:

  • https://econsort.ugent.be/regis.asp?frm=1998
  • https://econsort.ugent.be/applicationform.asp?frmid=39995

Please note that in addition to the online application, you might be invited to introduce yourself in a video call with your academic supervisor as part of the application process. 

 

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Monday, 3rd June 2019.

 

The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Universidad de Chile recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.


 

Staff mobility for teaching
from the Georg-August Universität Göttingen (UGOE), Germany

to the Universidad Austral de Chile (UACh), Chile

 

General overview:

The Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (UGOE) offers 1 Staff mobility for teaching in the field of Forestry with a duration of 5 days (excluding travel days).

A minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week has to be respected.

 

Financial Coverage:

Academic Level

Duration

Travel support

Individual support

Staff

(from UGOE to UACh)

5 days

(excluding 2 travel days)

1.500 EUR

• 180 EUR per day up to the 14th day of activity

 

• 126 EUR per day from the 15th day

 

 

Insurance:

All grant holders are insured by a central Group Insurance, which will be centrally organised by the Project Coordination Team upon successful nomination. The insurance costs (approximately 0,99 EUR per day) are deducted from the individual support.

Required language skills:

English

Application:

Please use the below URLs for application:

 

The deadline for submission of the applications is on Monday, 3rd June 2019.

 

The Erasmus+ Programme promotes equal opportunities and inclusion for all participants regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, religion or ideology, disability and chronic illness, ethnic and social background. The actions aim at facilitating the access to the participants with disadvantaged groups and special needs. The University of Göttingen and Universidad Austral de Chile recognize that faculty, staff, and students need an environment in which they are respected and valued for their contributions in order to work and study effectively. This applies irrespective of their age, (dis)ability, gender, sexual orientation or identity, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, ethnic origin, and religion and belief.

 


 

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