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ERASMUS+ Mobility for Teaching Staff (STA)

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Erasmus+ supports guest lectureships at European partner universities. 

By exchanging lecturers the European dimension of the host university is strengthened. The teaching offer can thus be widened and students who are not able to spend a term abroad can benefit from the international perspective to their subject. Mobilities for teaching should aim at the development of cooperations like common curricula as well as the exchange of teaching contents and methods. In addition, a teaching mobility should encourage the students of Ansbach University of Applied Sciences to go abroad. 


  • The duration of the teaching assignment has to between two days (minimum) to  two months (maximum - excluding travel days) long
  • The amount of hours taught at the host institution is at least eight hours per week

Requirements the host university has to meet:

  • Inter-Institutional Agreement with the Hochschule Ansbach
  • European Certificate for Higher Education (ECHE)

Who can take part?

The following group of people can benefit from funding:

  • Lecturers, who have a contractual relationship to the Hochschule
  • Lecturers/Contract teachers ("Lehrbeauftragte")
  • Emeritus professors and pensioned lecturers
  • Business professionals from enterprises (Incoming)

In addition, staff from international companies and institutions can be invited to teach at the host university.

The programme offers the following benefits:

  • Contribution to travel cost according to fixed rates (please see Funding)
  • Contribution to accomodation expenses according to fixed rates (please see Funding)
  • Lecturers with special needs can apply for additional funding

Important Advice

The International Office's funds are limited for staff mobility.

In accordance with the guidelines of the European Commission, mobilities which support the development of cooperations or have a positive effect on the strategy of internationalisation of both, the sending and receiving institution, have to be given preference over other mobilities. Furthermore, mobilities which have a positive effect on the exchange of teaching contents and methods should be supported. The added value of the mobility for the students is especially taken into consideration. Mobilities for training purposes should be prioritized over other mobilities, when they have a direct positive impact on the services offered for students.

In general, repeated mobilities are possible. However, colleagues who have not yet taken part in the Erasmus programme should be given preference.

The work group for international matters (Arbeitskreis Auslandsangelegenheiten) chooses the participants for the programme. 

There is no right to funding.

Further information can be found on the following pages:

For the necessary documents please see

July 2017


M.A. Bettina Huhn
Phone +49 (0)981 4877-145
Fax +49 (0)981 4877-228
Room 54.0.9
BA Jasmin Singh
Phone +49 (0)981 4877-545
Fax +49 (0)981 4877-228
Room 54.0.10