Erasmus+ Staff Training (STT)
Ca’ Foscari University participates in the Erasmus+ programme which offers mobility opportunities to technical and administrative staff (Staff Training) as well as to students and teachers. Under the programme technical and administrative staff can spend a training period at a higher education institution or enterprise abroad.
Every year Ca’ Foscari University of Venice makes a number of mobility grants available to its technical and administrative staff.
The Organization and Personnel Services Office – Training sector and the International Office - Mobility Unit are in charge of coordinating the various project stages and supplying technical support.
Applications and mobility grants
For the Academic Year 2019/2020, staff members will have to apply following the instructions described in the call and form enclosed in this page.
The training period will have to last at least 2 working days and not exceed 7 days, including 2 working days for the trip (one to go and another to return). The training period will have to take place prior to September 30th 2020.
After consulting the list of partner universities attached to the Call, applicants are advised to get directly in touch with the university where they would like to spend their training period.
|Erasmus+ Staff Mobility for Training - 2019/2020 Call for Applications [ITA]||98 K|
|Destinations [ITA]||55 K|
|Mobility Agreement 2019/2020||496 K|
The Human Resources Area (ARU) will publish the list of selected staff who will benefit from the EU grant by 28th February 2020.
In addition, a list of eligible candidates will be drawn. They may:
- take the place of one of the selected staff, in case they should withdraw;
- carry out the mobility at theier own expenses or with the financial support of their Office.
Both selected and eligible candidates who decide to carry out the mobility without the EU financial support will be asked to sign a Grant Agreement by making an appointment with the International Office - Mobility Unit, prior to their departure.
Last update: 20/01/2020