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Erasmus+ teaching staff mobility

Are you looking for funding for a stay in another European country or at another Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility partner university anywhere in the world? Are you looking for an opportunity to teach?

Erasmus+ teaching staff mobility measures offer a world of possibilities!

Mobility grant for teaching stays at partner universities in the Erasmus+ programme


Lecturers employed by the University of Konstanz (academic staff, professors, in some cases, even doctoral students and contract lecturers)

Additional funds for “special needs” are available upon application.


Teaching staff mobility in Europe: apply at any time, but please inform the International Office by mid-January so funds can be reserved for you.

Teaching staff mobility around the world: Please refer to the current call for applications for stays at Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility partner universities.


Partner universities in Europe which have signed an Erasmus+ interinstitutional agreement for student mobility with the University of Konstanz. Before the teaching stay abroad, both the home and host universities must confirm the teaching staff mobility.

How many classroom hours?

At least eight classroom hours per mobility/week are required.


Funding amounts vary by country. Up to five days can be funded according to the applicable Erasmus+ rates as well as the corresponding travel allowance. Longer stays usually cannot be funded because of budgetary restrictions.

Up to two teaching stays per person and academic year can be funded. Lecturers who have not yet received Erasmus+ funding have preference.


Before the teaching stay begins, 1) an internal travel application must have been approved and 2) the following Erasmus+ requirements will need to have been fulfilled (see right column).

EU Feedback: the “Mobility Tool” will request this directly from you.
We apologise for the inconvenience of this bureaucratic requirement. It is, however, a necessary part of the programme’s oversight by the EU and the DAAD (the responsible national agency).