Erasmus Mobility for Training - STT Mobility
The Erasmus+ Programme promotes the international mobility across European countries of administrative staff units and professors for training purposes. This mobility involves the active participation of professionals from other universities in local activities to share experience, improve skills and exchange best practice in work performance. Participants will be expected to cover their own travel and accommodation costs along with any subsistence costs through the Erasmus staff mobility funds available from their home institution. STT Mobility can only take place between September 1st and July 31st of each academic year.
The University of Catania has the pleasure to welcome applicants for the STT Mobility in two different ways:
Participating in the Erasmus Staff Training Week
For a maximum of five days, this annual event will provide opportunities for networking and sharing best practice with colleagues interested in exploring or increasing the collaboration with our university through active participation in each of the sessions. It is specifically designed to all incoming European administrative and academic staff who wish to attend to a short-term training programme as a great chance to promote and share the respective knowledge on specific working methods and issues.
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Visiting professors and administrative units, coming from partner institutions who have already signed a Bilateral Erasmus Agreement with the University of Catania, may also choose to apply and be accepted by a specific department for job shadowing practice or training. Visitors from higher education institutions are therefore expected to take this chance to exchange the knowledge they have in relation to a particular problem of a technical or cultural nature which may help both institutions to improve work skills and performance and enhance best practice.
For verifying the eligibility for the individual SST mobility, please check out here the list of our bilateral agreements.