Scientific stafff members (with regular employment and/or current teaching assignment) have the opportunity to teach within the Erasmus+ programme at European partner universities of BOKU.

Requirements & duration

The minimum duration of the mobility is 2 days, the maximum duration is 2 weeks (excluding travel days). 


  • You are required to teach at least 8 hours per week/stay.
  • If you plan to stay longer than one week (7 days), you need to teach more hours.
  • New: If you want to combine your teaching activity with a staff training you have to teach at least 4 hours per week/stay.

BOKU partner universities in:

  • all EU countries
  • Iceland, Norway, Turkey, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia and Serbia (since 2019)

BOKU partner universities in Europe can be found in our  mobility online database (see tab "partner institutions") and on this map. Please contact Gudrun Reisinger in advance to check if your planned teaching mobility can be funded.

Funding amount

Please calculate yourself what the possible maximum amount of funding is:

Only actual costs (based on receipts) will be refunded by the human resources department, which means that you will NOT automatically receive the maximum amount. Make sure you also check how much funding is still available with BOKU-International Relations (BOKU-IR). You are not automatically entitled to funding.
Please also read the information on travelling on behalf of BOKU that you will find here.

Make sure you keep your original boarding passes (or train tickets) - they are necessary for the HR department and the fuding.

Please choose an Erasmus+ partner university or send recommendations for new partnerships to me.

Prior to departure

Submission at CIR before departure!

* submission at CIR before departure!

Upon returning to BOKU

Submission at CIR before departure!

* submission at CIR before departure!


Mag. Gudrun Reisinger (CIR)
Peter-Jordan-Strasse 82a
1190 Vienna
Tel: +43 1 47654-32013
Fax: +43 1 47654-32009

*The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.