INTERNATIONAL WEEKS at BOKU Partneruniversities 2019

International Weeks werden von BOKU Partneruniversitäten organisiert, wobei BOKU Angehörige teilnehmen können. Das Programm ist meist über eine Woche und zu bestimmten Themen (Sprachkurs, IT Kurs, Bibliothekarskurs,....). Die Kosten der An-/Abreise, sowie Unterkunft werden von der BOKU (EU Gelder) gedeckt => siehe Erasmus+ Personal Mobilität.


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Über http://staffmobility.eu/staff-week-search werden Staff Training Weeks europaweit zentral in einer Webseite vorgestellt. Die Webseite entstand im Rahmen eines (LLP-) Erasmus zentralen Projekts des UNICA Netzwerks (IMOTION project - Integration and Promotion of Staff Training Courses at Universities across Europe).

Participants can use Erasmus+ Staff Mobility funds for financing travel and accommodation. If you are interested, please check the website Erasmus+ Personal Mobilität or Erasmus+ Lehrenden Mobilität or contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information.


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Call for faculty exchange in the 2018 academic year at the FESIA Institutes in France

Please find attached the offer of the FESIA group for incoming and outgoing teaching staff mobility.

In case you are interested in inviting one staff member for a guest lecture, or want to give a guest lecture in France, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for information on ERASMUS+ funding


English Language Summer Course, Ireland /one or two week English courses / in June, July or August 2019, at the University of Ireland Galway

The courses are aimed at third level academic staff and will be held on campus at NUI Galway where the accommodation is offered in the new residence Goldcrest Village. They will also include a cultural element giving attendees the opportunity to experience the west coast of Ireland.

Course Details:

  • English Language – Standard - 15 Hours per week
    2 week booking at €250 per week
    Includes 1 Weekend Tour per week
    Registration Fee: €50
    Course Book/Materials: €50
     
  • English Language – Intensive- 22.5 Hours per week
    2 week booking at €300 per week
    Includes 1 Weekend Tour per week
    Registration Fee: €50
    Course Book/Materials: €50

 
Course Dates:

  • June 3rd – June 14th
  • June 17th = June 28th
  • July 1st – July 12th
  • July 15th – July 26th
  • July 29th – August 9th
  • August 12th – August 23rd


Accommodation Costs for budgeting purposes:

  • €55 per single en suite room (room only)
  • €85 per double en suite room (room only)
  • Breakfast per person from €6.50


If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

MUST Staff Training Weeks 2019, Czech Republic for Int. Relations, Career Centres, Libraries, Services for students with special needs at the Masaryk University, in April, May & September 2019

Masaryk University Staff Training weeks (MUST Weeks) are going to be held in 2019 in these fields:

  1. International relations I, April 1 – 5, 2019
  2. International relations II, April 8 – 12, 2019
  3. Services for students with special needs „Universal Design for Learning“, May 20 -24, 2019
  4. Career Centre, May 20 -24, 2019
  5. Libraries, September 2-6, 2019


The language of the training is English. The online application is open.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Staff mobility: Creativity in Teaching & Learning using ICT The Digital Classroom at Alcalá de Henares, Spain

This Cervantes training course is designed to help teachers to start using Web 2.0 technologies in everyday classroom in a practical and realistic way. The course content is not limited to teachers of a specific subject, it is open to teachers of all subjects and levels. The aim of the course is to enable participants to use ICT tools through Web 2.0, Social Networking, Blogging and Edmodo from a didactical perspective and enhancing language interdisciplinary inquiry through a Digital Classroom.

If you plan to attend a staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the training offer

ERASMUS+ Staff training courses organized in different locations in 2019

This website provides an overview of different ERASMUS+ staff training courses:
 

If you plan to attend one of these staff training weeks and want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Staff Training/Teaching from University of Sarajevo to BOKU / 2 available places for staff training/teaching Incoming / 7 days funded, including travel grant – apply now!

Two available places for staff training (or teaching) from the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina to BOKU - apply now!

  • Financial subsidy: €1395 one-time grant including travel grant
  • Within the framework of ERASMUS+ KA107 a financial subsidy is offered for guest training (7 days; if teaching: guest teachers should be able to prove 8 hours of teaching) from the University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina to BOKU.

Further information at the Center for International Relations/Lisa Maria Schmidtberger  and online here

Linguistic Staff Training Week in Barcelona, Spain / Intensive Spanish course in May, June, July and August / different levels, 25 hours per week

“Intensive Spanish Course” (25 hours)

  • Levels:  A1, A2, B1, B2, C1
  • May 13- May 17 / May 27- May 31/ June 3- June 7 / June 10- June14 (only A1)
  • Summer courses: July 22-26/ July 29 - August 2 / August 5-9 / August 19-23 / August 26-30
  • Daily classes:  5 hours per day.

Who can attend? The Staff Training Courses are open for university staff, relatives and friends.

Price:  350 € (including:  Courses + Learning material + Guided visits and Historical Route in the Gothic and Medieval areas)

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Information about the Spanish courses online

Staff Training weeks in Valencia, Spain in autumn & spring semester at the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia 2019 trainings for support services staff, financial officers, administration staff, teaching staff

The following trainings are offered from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain the academic year 2018/19:


Spring semester 2019
9th IRO Valencia: Training & Coaching for international officers
Human-based International Relations

Target group: international officers and international coordinators
Monday, 04th March – Friday, 08th March 2019
Further information
7th SSS Valencia: Training & Job Shadowing for support services staff
Target group: housekeepers, facility managers, front desk officers, receptionists, info box officers, welcome officers…
Monday, 08th April – Friday, 12th April 2019
Further information
2nd UFM Valencia: Three-Day intensive training, job-shadowing and team building for financial officers
Target group: teams of financial officers
Tuesday, 7th May – Thursday, 09th May 2019
Further information
7th  ADM Valencia: Training & job shadowing for administration staff
Target group: staff dealing with student and/or teaching staff administration, academic issues, human resources, finances and accountancy, administrative support to research, technology transfer, and/or institutional communication.
Monday, 14th May – Friday, 18th May 2019
Further information
18th STP Valencia: Languages & IT Training for University Staff
Target group: teaching and non-teaching University Staff
Monday, 10th June – Friday, 14th June 2019
Further information

If you plan to attend the staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

January 2019

February 2019

March 2019


April 2019

May 2019

June 2019

Staff Training at USN, Norway from June 3-6, at University of South-Eastern Norway / Global Mindset in Industry, Partnerships & Higher Education

The Staff Week 2019 will be at campus Kongsberg, therefore this seminar will be extra relevant for staff from partner institutions connected administratively or academically to the academic fields at the campus: Technology and engineering, lighting design and optometry.

Application deadline: March 31, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

 

Staff Training Week, Finland - at Turku University of Applied Sciences, from June 3-7, Finland / Sharing Excellence Week for administrative staff

Turku University of Applied Sciences invites you to share your excellence. What kind of excellence can be found in the participant’s universities? What kind of excellence would participants like to learn from each other? What could participants do together in the future? Join this week and share expertise with colleagues. Participants can also suggest a topic of conversation, or present some good practices from their own institution.

The theme of the international week in 2019 is “Inclusion and Participation in Higher Education Communities”. The programme is partly intended for everyone, and partly theme-specific. The units organising theme-specific programme are:

  • Communications Services
  • Financial Services
  • Human Resources
  • RDI Services
  • Services in International Relations and Mobility
  • Staff and Student Involvement in Designing Working and Learning Environments
  • University and Business Co-operation


Application deadline: April 30, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Erasmus Staff Week, Italy - for academic & administrative staff, from June 4-7, at University of Catania, Sicily / Challenge-Based Approaches

The event, scheduled between 4th and 7th June, 2019, is addressed to academic and administrative staff and will offer an intensive program focused on staff mobility exchanges as a tool for developing competences and for promoting the quality of shared curricula and educational programs.

Academic mobility increases the quality of education, strengthens teaching professional skills and is instrumental to shared educational programs.  Administrative and technical staff mobility increases the quality of administrative services, teaching and student facilities, academic management and promotes institutional commitment.  

Places available: 35 participants from partner Universities

Target group:

  • international officers and international coordinators, Erasmus institutional coordinators,
  • staff dealing with student and/or teaching staff exchanges,
  • staff with academic issues,
  • human resources staff,
  • finances and accountancy staff,
  • communication and marketing officers,
  • teaching university staff, deans, and vice deans,
  • deputy rectors,
  • PhD Programs directors


Application deadline: April 8, 2019.

If you plan to attend the staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

5th International Staff Week, Croatia - from June 9-15, at Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia / focus on topics related to potentials of Erasmus+ cooperation

The International Week will be a great opportunity to meet and discuss future aspects of cooperation, primarily through Erasmus+ Programme, and to tackle up-to-date issues related to internationalization. Within the International Week, the organizers would especially like to focus on the topics related to potentials of Erasmus+ cooperation in the following 7-year period, as well as to discuss the ways of boosting entrepreneurial skills of students to improve their employability after studies.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

International Staff Training Week, France from June 4-7, in Rouen, Normandy / The future of internationalization

The ISTW will combine seminars, workshops, a company visit, a survival French lesson and sightseeing in Rouen. The sessions will be conducted in ENGLISH. The main topics will be:

  • The Future of Internationalisation – Mixed reality/virtual mobility/immersive reality,
  • Erasmus+Virtual Exchange,
  • International cooperation in a world with closing borders,
  • internationalisation and linguistic diversity,
  • the next Erasmus+programme,
  • digitalisation of tools (web-based software programmes, dematerialisation, e-learning...),
  • double/joint and delocalised degrees and European Universities,
  • future social trends: the expectations of Generation Z.


Application deadline: February 22, 2019

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

International Week for Laboratory Staff in Italy for lecturers, researchers and technicians at the University of Sassari from June 3 to 7, application deadline: March 10

The University of Sassari is pleased to invite you to attend the International Week for Laboratory Staff, to be held in Sassari, Italy, from 3rd to 7th June 2019.

The week is aimed at:

  • lecturers
  • researchers
  • technicians


that work and teach in the areas of biology, medicine, pharmacy, chemistry and veterinary medicine.

The programme includes seminars and practical trainings on a wide variety of laboratory techniques that may be arranged based on the participants’ requests.

If you plan to attend the international week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

USN International Staff Week, Norway at the University of South-Eastern Norway for academic & administrative staff - Save the date: June 3-6, 2019

University of South-Eastern Norway has the pleasure to invite you to our first International Staff Week2019:  'Global mind-set in industry and higher education' - a week designed for both academic and administrative staff.

SAVE THE DATES: 3 to 6 June, 2019. This will be USN's first staff week ever - an event you do not want to miss!  Location: Campus Kongsberg - 1.5 hours' direct train ride from Oslo Airport Gardermoen.
 
Final invitation and a detailed programme with subscription to the event will be sent as soon as the program is fully set.
 
If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website  and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.


International Staff Training Week at TU Dresden, Germany - Navigating the Challenges of Modern Universities - from June 3-7

Today’s universities are active far beyond studies, teaching and research. A wide variety of stakeholders are involved in navigating the resulting challenges and working on interdisciplinary issues such as internationalisation, diversity management and networks, without losing sight of the overall objectives of the institution.

This staff week provides a platform for the exchange of knowledge, ideas and best practices in science management. The organizers want to spark discussions and networking between colleagues from all over the world and TU Dresden in four Specialist Groups:

  • Developing and Managing Successful International Partnerships
  • Promoting International Research
  • Creating a University Culture of Responsibility
  • Working in Networks

 
If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Staff Training Weeks, Valencia, Spain SH: at the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia in March, April, May & June Teaser: for International Relations Officers, Support Services Staff, Financial Officers, Administration Staff & Teaching Staff

18th STP VALENCIA: LANGUAGES & IT TRAINING FOR UNIVERSITY STAFF

Target group: teaching and non-teaching University Staff

Monday, 10th June – Friday, 14th June 2019

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

 

Staff Training ULiège, Belgium from June 12-14, at University of Liègefrom June 12-14, at University of Liège / Master class HRS4R for newcomers

The University of Liège (ULiège) is happy to announce its next ERASMUS Staff Training Week 2019 that will take place between 12 and 14 June 2019. Subject of the Staff Week: “Master class HRS4R for newcomers” – A 3-day participative seminar dedicated to managers from institutions which would like to apply efficiently to the European HRS4R award.

Working language: English / French (Plenary sessions will be given in English. Workshops can be conducted in French or English)

Target Group: Academics or administrative staff in charge of the HRS4R development in their organisation and planning to apply for the European HRS4R award.

You will find the programme and the online application form on: www.enseignement.uliege.be/stt

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

 

 

Brush up your French in the Alps, France / Staff week of intensive French language from June 16-22 at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc

Who can take part?
All staff of international universities who would like to brush up their French in one of the most beautiful parts of France, and discover the French culture. The number of seats is limited and only 3 participants from the same university will be accepted.

Please note that this staff week is a "french immersion" and is therefore not adapted to absolute beginners.

Where?
In Chambéry. Several excursions and activities around Chambéry will be organised.

When?
The programme will start on June 17th (expected arrival of all participants on June 16th) and end on the 22nd (expected departure on 22nd or 23rd).

Activities:
•    20 hrs of French language;
•    Visit of the historical cities of Annecy and Chambéry;
•    Excursions to the mountains and/or lakes;


If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

International Networking Week at JLU Giessen- Internationalisation of administrative staff - from June 17 to 21, at JLU Giessen, Germany

Justus Liebig University Giessen invites its partners from International Offices around the world to JLU’s annual International Networking Week. This week is organized and hosted by JLU’s International Office and is embedded in the Erasmus+ Staff Exchange Programme.

The meetings allow participants to exchange ideas about fostering student and staff mobility, to present their home universities, structures and working practices, and to explore and discuss topics of interest within the field of internationalisation. Enough time is allowed for individual meetings with colleagues of JLU’s departments or other university facilities.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Erasmus+ Staff Week, Cologne, Germany from June 24-28 in Cologne, application deadline: March 31 / Changes & challenges of contemporary research management

The new University of Cologne (UoC) - reopened in 1919 by Konrad Adenauer – celebrates its 100 years anniversary this year. In this context, the Research Management Division organises an Erasmus+ Staff Week from 24 to 28 June 2019 with a focus on the changes and challenges of contemporary research management.

Application deadline: 31 March 2019
Confirmation of application: 12 April 2019

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Programme & further information


Summer course in Research Methods, Portugal at Polytechnic Institute of Maia, from June 25-28, application deadline: April 12 / Introduction to the writing of scientific assignments

Aim of the course: Provide an introduction to the writing of scientific assignments.

Course programme:

  1. Objectives and global structure of a scientific assignment;
  2. Preparation of scientific documentation;
  3. Development of scientific analysis habits, namely using quantitative and qualitative methodologies for data collection and analysis;
  4. Individual and group assignments using support software (e.g. EndNote, NVivo, SPSS, R).

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the summer course

Staff Week in Lausanne, France from June 18-21 at University of Lausanne / University and Society

The programme (free of charge for participants from Europe) aims to provide the following:

 

  • Discuss and reflect on the role of University in Society and cities
  • Develop soft and communication skills through workshops
  • Exchange good practices to facilitate mobility
  • Discuss collaboration in or out of the present and future Erasmus
  • Explore the state of Europe through a discussion and visit to the Foundation Jean Monnet for Europe
  • Have an insight on Lausanne as the Olympic Capital
  • Discover the University of Lausanne's campus and infrastructures
  •  

Registration deadline: April 28, 2019.

Targeted to administrative staff of international relations offices (on central or departmental level) working in connection with others locally and internationally.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

 

July 2019

EUF Open Space Training on EU projects from July 3-5, registration deadline: June 3 / at University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France

The European University Foundation is pleased to invite you to the EUF Open Space, which will take place at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines from the 3rd to the 5th of July. This three-day training event is a dedicated project incubator event for Erasmus+ funding and is tailored to university staff members who are eager to make a difference at their institution.

Throughout the event, participants will acquire the necessary knowledge about Erasmus+ and European policy priorities to successfully apply for project funding. The experts offer guidance through the most crucial steps of project development to ensure high quality proposals:

  • Erasmus+ policies and goals
  • Project Incubation - From idea to reality
  • Project Development - Consortium and Budget
  • Online Project Management
  • Do's and don'ts of project applications
  • Exclusive expert tips


Registration deadline: June 3, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Teaching opportunity – Ljubljana Summer School 2019 - Course proposals submitted online by November 12 -Teaching opportunity – Ljubljana Summer School from July 8 to 26

The Faculty of Economics of the University of Ljubljana invites academics to submit course proposals on Bachelor and Master level in the field of Economics or Business studies. Course proposals should be submitted online by 12 November 2018.

If you plan to attend a staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.


Further information

Staff Training Mobility: Teaching in English für Lehrende, die Vorlesungen auf Englisch halten - 15.-16. Juli, Stuttgart, Deutschland

Am Sprachenzentrum der Hochschule der Medien Stuttgart findet am 15. und 16. Juli 2019 den zweitägigen Workshop „Teaching in English“ (Charles Duquette von Maryland English Institute) statt.

Der Workshop richtet sich an Lehrende, die Vorlesungen auf Englisch halten und die Bedürfnisse von internationalen Studierenden berücksichtigen müssen. Es ist geeignet für Teilnehmer_Innen mit
Englischkenntnissen mindestens ab Niveau B2 (Mittelstufe) bis Niveau C1 (Fortgeschrittene).

Es werden englische Sprechhandlungen geübt, die für Seminare und Vorlesungen relevant sind und interkulturelle Unterschiede beim Lehren und Lernen betrachtet. Ein theoretischer Input, Kleingruppenarbeiten, Präsentationen und der kollegiale Austausch kommen als Methoden zum
Einsatz.

Anmeldungen bis 15. Juni!


Beschreibung des Workshops
Zur Agenda

Infos zum Erasmus+ Zuschuss für Staff Training Mobilities 

Bei Interesse melden Sie sich bitte bei Gudrun Reisinger.

Introduction to the Portuguese Language & Culture at the University Institute of Maia, Portugal / from July 22-26, application deadline: April 12

Aims of the course: Introduce participants to the Portuguese language and culture; Develop Portuguese language communication skills at level A1.1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

Course programme:

  1. The written alphabet; Portuguese phonetics;
  2. Topics: personal identification; meeting other people; daily life activities; family and housing; Portuguese culture;
  3. Grammatical structures: affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences; adjective-noun concordance; determiners; pronouns; feminine and plural nouns (general rules); present tense of regular and irregular verbs.



If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support (training or teaching), please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training/teaching funding.

Further information about the staff training week


International Week 2019 in Porto, Portugal - at the University of Porto, first application deadline: February 28 - 3 editions in May, July and November

The University of Porto is pleased to announce its International Week 2019, which will have 3 editions:
•    6th to 10th May English language (Deadline: 28th February)  
•    22nd to 26th July English language (Deadline: 26th May)
•    11th to 15th November English language (Deadline: 15th September)

This Staff Training Week is open to administrative staff from International Cooperation. With an intensive programme focused in the expansion of cooperation (through new tools and financial possibilities), this capacity building will offer an enriching international and intercultural learning experience and the opportunity to discuss interesting and important topics. The activities will comprise a range of issues through interactive group sessions including workshops and short certificated training courses, among others. Registration fee per participant: € 250,-; includes work and social programme.
 

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support (training or teaching), please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training/teaching funding.

Further information

Staff Training Week “Academic Communication” at European Academy of Innovation from July 29-Aug. 2, Brno, Czech Republic / Application deadline: July 12

The main purpose of the Erasmus+ STT week on Academic Communication is to provide participants with the know-how needed to communicate effectively at the university. The training will focus on understanding the academic culture and the way it impacts the communication processes. Diplomacy and professionalism is key for achieving effective communication, together building the foundation of positive working relationships. Participants will interact in a dynamic scenery, designed to foster dialogue and debate, being constantly challenged through tasks and case studies consisting of hypothetical scenarios.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training

August 2019

September 2019

2nd EFnet Staff Training - Multiyear trials in fruit, grape and crop production on September 9-12, at University of Novi Sad, Serbia

The training of the Experimental Farm Network (EFnet) is an opportunity to share knowledge and innovations in multiyear field experiments. The focus of this training is on trial management of different crops as fruits, grapes, field crops. The training emphasises the role and necessity of long-term trials for agriculture, especially with fruits and grapes. The training is only for CASEE members’ employees (BOKU is CASEE member), PhD students and postdocs who have or would like to establish multiyear trials in their research.

Registration
Deadline for registration: August 20, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information

Aalto University Partner Day 2019, Finland with Campus Tours by themes and field specific programmes on September 23 at Aalto University, Otaniemi, Finland

Aalto University warmly welcome colleagues from partner universities to join the Aalto University Partner Day on Monday 23 September 2019, prior to the Helsinki EAIE Conference 24-27 September 2019. The Aalto Partner Day will be held at the Aalto University main campus in Otaniemi, where all the six Aalto schools have been located since February 2019. The Otaniemi campus is easy to reach by metro. It takes only 12 minutes from the centre of Helsinki and the university has its own metro station. Campus maps and information on how to get to Otaniemi can be found on our website.  

Each field of study will have a separate programme from 4pm onwards. The agenda for the field-specific programme will be provided in due course. Please register for the programme which corresponds with the field you are collaborating with Aalto and register online as soon as possible, latest by Friday 7 June 2019.

Further information

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training/teaching mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Oktober 2019

Staff Training Week in Angers, France / Synergies between the International Relations Office and scientific staff / 1-3 October, at École Superieure d’Agricultures, Angers Loire

The aim of this staff week is to take an innovative approach by inviting pairs of IROs and scientists from partner universities. Each member of the pair has a specific contribution to make to the international development of their institution and yet we often work in silos! The ESA staff week will be an occasion to both raise consciousness of the importance of these IRO-scientific staff synergies
to further sustainable international development and to benefit from each of our experiences.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information and registration

International Staff Training Week, Lissabon from October 7-11, at Técnico Lisboa, Portugal / Boosting the Internationalization in HEIs

The five-day programme has a unique format which will include guest speakers, regular sessions, debates, workshops, along with the opportunity to disseminate your university at the international exhibition (I-Day) and World Café, cultural activities and social events. The outcome is to exchange experiences and know-how and participants who will learn from good practices of the partner institutions, obtaining the skills that are relevant for their jobs and their professional development.
Detailed programme information is available at International Staff Training Week 2019.

The International Staff Training Week is open to international relations professionals, administrative staff from international partners and non-partner Universities, as well as staff members from all Portuguese universities.

This initiative will enhance skills in 5 main areas:

  1. International Visibility;
  2. Dynamic Networks and Strategic Partnerships;
  3. International Student Recruitment Strategies;
  4. International Events/Fairs @ 2 Campi (International Partner Exhibition & World Café); According to availability & first come, first serve basis;
  5. Job Shadowing Meetings.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training week

Staff Training Week 2019, Italy at the University of Bologna, from Oct. 7-11, application deadline: April 26 / From Technology Transfer to Third Mission: strategies, organizational models & tools/

Collaborative University-Industry relations have undeniably generated real economic effects, in terms of creation of new products, processes, innovative capabilities, options, knowledge and networks in research or production. During the last half of the 20th century, one of the main features of industrial economics has been the role of expenditure on collaborative University-Industry activities, which has been largely seen as an important source of industrial and economic growth.

Behind these developments, there is a belief that research conducted in academic and also in government laboratories is some way crucial to the realization of future opportunities for industrial innovation, and that this potential is best realized by the establishment of close links between industries and research institutions.

The staff training week is addressed to University Officers and Managers expert in Technology Transfer, Knowledge Transfer, Entrepreunership, Spin-Off, Start Up or involved in various ways in University-Industry collaborations.

If you plan to attend a staff training week and if you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

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Staff Training Workshop in Project Management 3-day classroom training for academic and/or administrative staff from Oct. 11-13, North Macedonia – application deadline: Sept. 25

INTER-EDU and P&F Italy jointly organize a Staff Training Workshop in Project Management on 11-12-13 October 2019 in Dojran Lake, RN Macedonia. The three-day classroom training on fundamentals in project management is ideal for new project managers and team members, in particularly:

  • university academic staff
  • university administrative staff
  • project managers at companies
  • researchers and other stakeholders involved into or planning to apply for EU funding programs.

The training covers PM2, Erasmus+ (K1, K2 CBHE and SP Actions) and Horizon 2020.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website  and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about the staff training

International Week 2019, Czech Republic / 100th Anniversary of Mendel University, Brno / from Oct. 14-18, registration deadline: June 30

The International Week includes:

  • Go Abroad Fair and International Market
  • Lectures given by visiting participants, participation in workshops, presentations by participants
  • Individual meetings with representatives of the particular departments and discussions on cooperation possibilities
  • Networking activities and varied cultural programme
  • Tour of faculty facilities, laboratories and Mendel biotechnological pavilion
  • Trip to the city of Lednice and Brno city tour
  • Huge celebrations of 100th anniversary of Mendel University in Brno :-)

Application deadline: June 30

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training/teaching mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

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Global Faculty Week 2019, Lithuania for academic staff – application deadline Sept. 15 from Oct. 21-25 at Kaunas University of Technology

Kaunas University of Technology kindly invites colleagues form partner universities worldwide to its “Global Faculty Week 2019” to be held on 21-25 October 2019. The event is open for academic staff working in the fields of engineering, technological, physical, social sciences and humanities.
The university welcomes academic staff for one week to give lectures, share experiences with professors, find areas of cooperation and mutual interests.

Application deadline: September 15, 2019.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training/teaching mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger  for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

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November 2019

ISEW Club for Erasmus programme management for Erasmus institutional coordinators, experts and policy advisors from Nov. 13-15 at University of Helsinki - application deadline: Sept. 30

Theme: Getting the best out of Erasmus post 2020: Building strategies for mobilities and education cooperation projects (KA2)

  • Participant profile for Track 1: Erasmus Mobility:  Erasmus Institutional coordinators (KA103)
  • Participant profile for Track 2: Education Cooperation Projects: Specialists/Experts/policy advisors working with international education cooperation (Erasmus KA2) projects (at the central level).
  • It is possible to send a participant to both tracks from the same university.

University of Helsinki announces an ISEW Club with two specialized tracks in November 2019. This ISEW Club for Erasmus programme management invites Erasmus Institutional Coordinators and Experts and Policy Advisors working with Education Cooperation Projects to share thoughts, experiences and best practices of Erasmus activities in an interactive way. All delegates will be asked to contribute in advance with examples of best practices to enable active discussion and networking during the event. The two tracks will join together for a couple of sessions and the evening networking events.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website  and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

Further information about ISEW Club

4th International Teaching Forum, France from Nov. 13-15, application deadline: June 20 / Innovative Teaching Pedagogies, Interculturality & Transversal Skills

Organized by Université Clermont Auvergne (FRANCE) in association with Shanghai Normal University (CHINA) and Utah Valley University (UNITED STATES). Over two days, teachers and researchers will work on issues related to the contributions and limits of innovative teaching practices, based on experiments conducted more particularly (but not exclusively) in the field of communication and management. Venue: Université Clermont Auvergne, France. Working language: English.

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff training mobility support, please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training funding.

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International Week 2019 in Porto, Portugal - at the University of Porto, first application deadline: February 28 - 3 editions in May, July and November

The University of Porto is pleased to announce its International Week 2019, which will have 3 editions:
•    6th to 10th May English language (Deadline: 28th February)  
•    22nd to 26th July English language (Deadline: 26th May)
•    11th to 15th November English language (Deadline: 15th September)

This Staff Training Week is open to administrative staff from International Cooperation. With an intensive programme focused in the expansion of cooperation (through new tools and financial possibilities), this capacity building will offer an enriching international and intercultural learning experience and the opportunity to discuss interesting and important topics. The activities will comprise a range of issues through interactive group sessions including workshops and short certificated training courses, among others. Registration fee per participant: € 250,-; includes work and social programme.
 

If you want to apply for ERASMUS+ staff mobility support (training or teaching), please check the website and contact Mag. Gudrun Reisinger for further information on ERASMUS+ Staff training/teaching funding.

Further information

December 2019