Training moblity for academic and non-academic staff

General eligibility criteria for the Erasmus and EEA training mobility:
a. The ones who may participate in the selection: tenured teachers within "Danubius" University engaged in teaching, seminar or laboratory activities.
b. The ones who may participate in the selection: all faculties within "Danubius" University, regardless of the degree / teaching position, namely: assistants PhD or PhD students, lecturers PhD or PhD students, associate professors, professors;
c. The ones who may participate in the selection of non-academic staff employed at "Danubius", regardless of the activity field;
d. The applicants must be Romanian citizens, citizens from the countries participating in the Erasmus + / EEA or citizens of other countries. The applicants must be permanent employees of  University "Danubius"
e. Knowing a foreign language (the foreign language required for the desired mobility: English, French, Italian etc.).

The documents that candidates must submit in the file are:

An Updated C.V. (in English and Romanian).

The letter of motivation (in English and Romanian) that must contain the argumentation of the importance of the work plan for the institutional development requirements of "Danubius" University.

Training  programme, for training mobility, a document that must contain an activity plan to be carried out by the applicant during the mobility period.
Applicants may choose a single host university, so each applicant may file only one Training Programme.

The criteria according to which the selection will be made are as follows (maximum 40 points):
C.V.: maximum 5 points (for maximum rating the following elements will be considered: specialized training, honors / awards, membership in professional organizations, professional / scientific organizations / companies etc.) - 10% of the total score;

Letter of motivation: maximum 10 points (for maximum rating, the importance of the applicant's activity plan for institutional development requirements of University "Danubius", will be considered) - 20% of the total score.

Training programme: maximum 25 points (for maximum rating, the relevance of the following issues will be considered: the mobility objectives, the expected results, the activities to be carried out during the mobility, the mobility benefits for the applicant and the university) - 50% of the total score.

Additional priority points:

Applicable priority for Erasmus and EEA: Applicants who have not benefited from Erasmus or EEA grants during the previous years will receive 10 more points.
Applicable priority for EEA Programme: According to the EEA Applicant Guidebook, applicants who are part of the following categories will receive 8 more points: applicants up to 35 years, Roma applicants and applicants with special needs.

Preparation of the mobility

Mobility for academic and non-academic staff

After the establishment of the beneficiaries of STA and STT mobility, the following stages will be considered regarding the mobility planning:

The European Programmes Office will notify the host university / institution with respect to the selection results and will request confirmation concerning the beneficiary acceptance  (which may take the form of a letter of acceptance).
The European Programmes Office will forward to the beneficiaries the contact details of the Host University / institution in order to jointly decide the mobility period and for the Teaching / Training Programme to be approved.

The European Programmes Office will invite the beneficiary to sign the financial contract under which he/she will receive the grant allocated for the STA/STT mobility gained after the selection. The beneficiary is required to pay the bank transfer fees of the grant. The grant can be transferred in a tranche of 100% or in two tranches, according to the financial contract provisions.
The beneficiary has the obligation to organize the mobility (transportation, accommodation, health insurance etc.).

During the mobility, each faculty or non-didactic staff will provide a replacement or a person to take over the didactic or administrative responsibilities. For faculties, teaching, seminar or laboratory activities which overlap the mobility period will be rescheduled.
When returning from the mobility, the beneficiary must submit to the European Programmes Office the following documents attesting the conducting of the mobility, the Certificate of participation issued at the end of the mobility by the host university / institution, the transport ticket and receipt / payment order (boarding pass, bus ticket, train, etc.), the final narrated report

The final certificate of participation must show the exact period of mobility and must correspond to the period mentioned in the financial contract. If the mobility beneficiary did not observe the period specified in the contract, conducting a mobility with a shorter duration than that specified, will be obliged to wholly return the received grant. The extension of the mobility by the beneficiary does not oblige "Danubius" University to supplement the initially received grant specified in the financial contract.


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