The European Union lifelong learning programme includes, within the action of mobility Erasmus, a specific action for the mobility of the teaching and research staff of higher education institutions. Action offers to the teaching and research staff the possibility to study teaching at an institution of higher education that is part of the lifelong learning programme and is partner of the University of Valencia. In this way, promotes the exchange of expertise and experiences on teaching methodologies and encourages universities to expand the variety and content of the courses offered.
are called 60 mobility aids for the teaching and research staff of the University of Valencia. Aid will subsidize, a maximum of five days of educational activity to be carried out on October 1, 2013 to 30 September 2014. In any case, a minimum of five hours should be.
requests to participate in this call will be made using the form on-line on ENTREU (environment electronic processing of the Universitat de València).
the first deadline for applications ends on September 20, 2013.
the aim of this call is to foster the mobility of the teaching and research staff of the University of Valencia through aid to teach regulated in another European institution of higher education that participate in the program of permanent learning (PAP) and having the interinstitutional agreement with the University of Valencia.
to apply for these grants is required:
have the nationality of one of the States participating in the programme of permanent learning (PAP) or third countries, always be proven be in possession of a valid permit to reside in Spain during the period of realization of the practice.
Be educational personnel and researcher (PDI) that is part of the payroll of the University of Valencia in a situation of active with at least two years old on the date of completion of submission of applications.
stays must be made at any institution of higher education that have an Erasmus University Charter and having the institutional agreement Erasmus with the University of Valencia.