Where can I go?
You have many possibilities when finding out where you want to go. OsloMet cooperates with partner institutions in most countries included in Erasmus +. This includes the 28 EU-countries, in addition to Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey, North Macedonia and Serbia. Please contact the international coordinator at your department/faculty to find out where you can go.
Brexit: UK will continue to participate in the Erasmus+ programme until the end of the programme in June 2022 despite Brexit. You can therefore apply for Erasmus+ grants to travel to the UK according to the other Erasmus+ criteria and within the normal deadlines.
What are the conditions for applying for a grant?
Your visit must be clarified with your Head of Section.
The visit must have a duration of minimum 4 days (where at least 2 days must include academic activities), maximum 2 months. Your stay must include a minimum of 8 hours of teaching/supervision per week, independent of duration.
The grant can be used for visits to a partner institution.
You may only visit one partner institution per grant.
The grant can be used to invite a guest lecturer from abroad if he/she is NOT working for a partner institution. The guest lecturer may come from a public or private enterprise, organisation, research institute, institution etc. In such cases, OsloMet will pay for their stay in accordance with other rates. There must be an agreement in advance between department/academic environment at OsloMet and the guest lecturer relating to coverage of possible expenses exceeding the rates.
- You cannot receive a mobility grant for activities funded by other EU-cooperation programmes/projects.
The next application deadline is 15 January for staff exchange in the Spring semester 2021. Reference is made to the paragraph "Application deadlines" on the website about Erasmus+ staff exchange.
Please use the online application form to apply.
To find out what information you need to fill out the form, please take a look at Application form Erasmus + Teaching Grant
We have gathered some stories as examples of how to use the Erasmus+ Mobility Grant for professional development. Take a look and be inspired!