Erasmus+ Credit Mobility Outgoing
E+ Credit Mobility differs from the standard E+ program in that it supports exchanges of students and university staff with non-European, so-called partner countries. Mobility is implemented on the basis of successfully approved cooperation projects with selected universities. The specific offer of universities can thus change every year depending on the evaluation of submitted projects.
- The outgoing staff must have an employment relationship with MENDELU.
- A teacher going on a teaching stay must have an employment relationship at MENDELU within the framework of an employment contract as an academic staff member.
- Those interested in a teaching or training stay must go through a selection process either as part of the project preparation or a subsequently announced selection process.
- The selection procedure is the responsibility of the Department of International Relations and Internationalization (“DIRI”) and the regional captain, who is responsible for the content part of the project.
- During the teaching stay, the academician must complete teaching in a pre-agreed field in the form of lectures, seminars, practical teaching, or consultations with students.
- The teaching should be part of the study program at the receiving institution.
- The minimum scope of teaching is 8 hours per week (5 days), i.e. 1.6 hours per day, in the case of longer stays, the number of days must be multiplied by 1,6.
The form of training is not prescribed, it can be:
- study visit to a partner workplace
- worker shadowing
- vocational course etc.
The condition is the acquisition of new knowledge and skills, applicable at the home workplace. Attendance at the conference cannot be considered training!
The scope of training must be consistent with the established training program and should be sufficient to achieve the training objectives.
- The employee receives two financial packages:
- accommodation costs – include a package of funds that can be used to pay for accommodation, meals, local transport and travel insurance
- travel expenses – include a package of funds that can be used to cover the trip to the destination and back
- The administrative and grant agenda associated with the Erasmus+ program is managed by DIRI
- Organizational matters (travel orders, air tickets, tickets, accommodation, etc.) are handled by the employees themselves
- Days of teaching or training plus a maximum of 1 day immediately before and 1 day immediately after (travel days) are funded.
- Outgoing staff receives a maximum of 180 EUR/1-14. day of stay and 126 EUR/15-60 day of stay; the participant will receive financial support in the amount of actual travel reimbursements documented by the processed travel order.
- The final amount of the contribution is determined on the basis of the Confirmation of Erasmus+ Teaching/Training Mobility, so it is important that the data in the Participation Agreement and in the Confirmation agree.
- Payment of funds (advances, meal allowances and billing) is carried out by the economic department.
- In addition, the employee receives an allowance for travel expenses.
- The support includes the cost of accommodation, meals, local transport, travel insurance and any cancellation fees.
- It is intended to cover part of the accommodation costs related to the teaching stay/training at a partner institution abroad.
- The financial support is provided exclusively on days when the employee conducts teaching activities/training.
- The foreign party must agree on the specific number of teaching/training days in the Mobility Agreement document. Based on this number, DIRI calculates the amount of the grant.
- The amount confirmed by DIRI represents the maximum possible amount of the grant intended for accommodation costs, which will be paid from the Erasmus+ ICM program.
- They include all costs and all means of transport including local transport used from the starting point to the destination and back
- example: If I travel, for example, to Tel Aviv, Israel, the funds from this package will cover the ticket from Vienna to Tel Aviv, as well as the trip from Brno to the Vienna airport.
- Travel by car.
- Ticket cancellation.
- It is always necessary to keep all boarding passes, tickets, invoices, accommodation bills, etc. and attach them to the business trip invoice.
- The amount of travel expenses is calculated according to the distance calculator, which is published on the website of the European Commission. The cost of the round trip should fit within the limit determined by the distance from Brno (or another starting point) to the destination city as calculated by the calculator.
|100 – 499 Km||180 EUR|
|500 – 1999 Km||275 EUR|
|2000 – 2999 Km||360 EUR|
|3000 – 3999 Km||530 EUR|
|4000 – 7999 Km||820 EUR|
|8000 Km and more||1500 EUR|
- Max. 6 weeks before the planned mobility, the mobility participant must have a completed Mobility Agreement for Teaching/Mobility Agreement for Training.
- The form must be fully completed and approved by all parties:
- mobility participant – signature of the MENDELU employee going on a teaching or training stay
- sending institution – signature of the vice-dean for foreign affairs at the faculty/head of department at the rector’s office
- receiving institution – signature of the foreign coordinator
- Travel days are not specified in the Mobility Agreement (MA). The first day of mobility is the first day at the receiving institution and the last day is the last day at the given institution.
- In the case of a teaching stay, to find out the number of teaching hours, the number of days of mobility needs to be multiplied by 1,6 and the result rounded to units.
- After completing the Mobility Agreement, the employee creates a travel order, according to the information on resources and limits from the Erasmus+ ICM Coordinator. Next, fill in personal data in the Participant Agreement, send it to the Erasmus+ ICM Coordinator and make an appointment. The participant will bring the signed MA to the meeting to sign the Participant´s Agreement (if he/she has not already done so by email).
- The conditions of mobility, in particular the travel dates and financial limits for the trip, are set out in the Participant´s Agreement.
- Any changes in mobility details that occur after signing the Participant´s Agreement must be reported to DIRI immediately.
- It is not possible to pay for flights or accommodation until the travel order has been approved.
- DIRI does not provide tickets.
- The employee reserves and pays for the ticket himself/herself, which will be reimbursed in the bussines trip invoice at the MENDELU cash desk.
- During the stay at a foreign institution, the employee fulfills the teaching or training plan as agreed in the Mobility Agreement.
- It is necessary to observe the planned number of unlearned or worked hours.
- At the end of the stay, the foreign party confirms the Confirmation of Erasmus+ Teaching/Confirmation of Erasmus+ Training period, the original of which the employee submits to DIRI within 10 working days after the end of the stay.
- The number of teaching/training days and hours must be clear from the Confirmation. The number of teaching hours/training days confirmed by the foreign party must match the number of teaching hours/training days stated in the Mobility Agreement, or it may be higher. In the case of a lower confirmed number of days/hours, the originally allocated grant is reduced.
- The employee is required to fill out the EU-Survey Final Report in the form of an online questionnaire. After the end of the mobility, the invitation to fill in the online questionnaire will be sent to the e-mail specified in the Participant´s Agreement. If this condition is not met, the employee returns the entire financial support.