An Erasmus+ teaching mobility gives you the opportunity to benefit from the knowledge and expertise of university teachers from other universities. Universities expand their teaching offer, strengthen cooperation with partner universities and develop new cooperation opportunities.
The European Union's Erasmus+ programme supports short teaching stays at European partner universities that have a valid Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).
Erasmus+ International allows university staff to spend a teaching period at partner universities in third countries. A combination of teaching and training activities is possible.
All staff members of the University of Graz can become mobile for further education purposes and participate in trainings/courses or self-initiated organized training measures at partner institutions and/or companies in programme countries. Training measures include subject-specific courses, trainings, workshops, internships, job-shadowing, know-how transfer, etc. A combination of the above activities is possible.
With Erasmus+ International, all staff members can take part in a training programme at selected partner universities in third countries. Training activities include subject-specific courses, training sessions, workshops, internships, job shadowing, know-how transfer, etc. A combination of training and teaching activities is possible.
Anja Krobath BA. BA. MA.
Strassoldogasse 10, 8010 Graz Phone:+43 316 380 - 1252 E-Mail:staffmobility(at)uni-graz.at
Southeastern Europe, Africa, Middle East, CIS countries, Georgia and Ukraine
Mediha Ohranovic, BA. MA.
Strassoldogasse 10, 8010 Graz Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 2214 E-Mail:staffmobility(at)uni-graz.at
North, Central and South America, Asia and Australia
Doris Knasar, M.A.
Strassoldogasse 10, 8010 Graz Phone:+43 (0)316 380 - 2213 E-Mail:staffmobility(at)uni-graz.at
International education projects are implemented by consortia involving partner institutions from at least two different countries. Through the exchange of expertise and know-how on education-related topics and through the development of joint results and products, the projects, which often last several years, promote the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative educational approaches.
International education projects thus support institutional and/or systemic modernization in education and contribute to high-quality learning, teaching and training. The sustainability and usability of the results and products are of central importance.
Certificate "Teaching in English
Participants complete 3 modules (Advanced English Writing Skills, Methodology and Advanced English Speaking Skills) and receive a certificate at the end. The courses develop teaching techniques, language skills and intercultural competence specifically for teaching in internationally mixed groups. The goal is to train and support teachers to offer instruction in English.
Using digital technologies and online activities can be very useful for partial aspects of courses. This course offers strategies on how to combine online and face-to-face teaching in a targeted, effective and fun way to enrich university teaching. It is designed for instructors who already have a basic knowledge of teaching in English.
Virtual Exchange is an excellent way for teachers to internationalize their teaching and provide students with experience in intercultural communication and the use of digital skills. Parts of a course are developed online in cooperation with students from international partner universities. The training provides both the necessary background knowledge and practical instructions for integrating a virtual exchange into your course.