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Erasmus+ International Mobility 

Under Erasmus+ International Mobility programme, a University in a Partner Country can send its students or staff to a partner HEI in a Programme Country, and vice versa. Students are able to study abroad for a limited period of 3 to 12 months for which credits are obtained. Similarly, staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad for up to 2 months.

The Erasmus+ programme refers to 'Programme Countries' and 'Partner Countries'. Programme Countries are those countries participating fully in the Erasmus+ programme. To do so, they have set up a National Agency and contribute financially to the programme.

The 33 Programme Countries are:

  • The 28 EU Member States, and;
  • Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey.           

Partner Countries, are other countries in the world, grouped together in different regions. For more, see at http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/about_en#tab-1-1

Before the mobility activity can take place, institutions from Partner Countries must sign an Inter-institutional agreement with institutions from Programme Countries involved. By signing an inter-institutional agreement, the institutions commit themselves to respecting the principles and quality requirements of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) relating to the organisation and management of mobility, and agree on a series of measures to ensure high quality mobility.

Programme Countries institutions are responsible for signing the grant agreements with the participants and administer all grant payments for mobility to Europe ("incoming") and from Europe ("outgoing"). 

For the academic year 2018-2019, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens -NKUA- has signed several Inter-institutional agreements which include staff mobility for a short teaching period and student mobility for studies. The available for funding mobilities from NKUA to partner universities and via versa, are the following:

Country

University

Fields of study/Departments

Number of incoming teaching mobilities

Number of incoming student mobilities

Number of outgoing teaching mobilities

Number of incoming student mobilities

China

Beijing Foreign Studies University

Philology
(academic responsible: Eleni Karamalengou)

1
(+1 staff member)

-

1
(+1 staff member)

-

Georgia

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Philology,
History and Archaeology,
Theater studies,
Music studies
(academic responsible: Amalia Moser)

2

2

2

2

Jordan

Jordan University of Science & Technology

Biology,
Chemistry,
Physics,
Mathematics,
Information and Communication technologies

2

2

2

2

Israel

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Music studies,
History and Philosophy of Science
(academic responsibles:
Kritikou Flora, 
Psyllos Efstathios/ Arambatzis Theodoros)

2

2

2

2

Russian Federation

Lomonosov Moscow State University

Philology,
Foreign Languages, Literature and linguistics,
History and archaeology,
Music and performing arts
(academic responsible: Amalia Moser)

1

1

1

1

Serbia

University of Novi Sad

Philosophy,
Pedagogy,
Psychology
(academic responsible: Protopapadakis Evangelos)

4

4

4

4

Serbia

University of Nis

Economics
(academic responsible: Katsikis Vasileios)

Serbia

University of Belgrade

Theology
(academic responsible: Karakolis Christos)

Ukraine

Mariupol State University

Philology
(academic responsible:
Amalia Moser)

1

1

-

-

 

The teaching mobilities concern a short teaching period of 5 days plus 2 travel days (1 day prior to the first teaching day and 1 day after the last teaching day) with minimum 8 hours of teaching and must be realized during the academic year 2018-2019.

The student mobilities concern studies at the above mentioned departments of NKUA for a semester and must be realized during the spring semester of the academic year 2018-2019. It is not possible for student mobilities to take place during the winter semester due to late budget approval and grant transfer.

Partner institutions select their staff and students and send the nominations to NKUA. After that, the participants must read carefully all information posted on this website and submit all required documents on time. 

DEADLINES

Nomination deadline for student mobility for spring semester: November 30th
Application deadline for student mobility for spring semester: December 30th

Nomination deadline for teaching staff mobility for winter semester: October 10th
Application deadline for teaching staff mobility for winter semester: 2 months prior to the mobility period 

Nomination deadline for teaching staff mobility for spring semester: November 30th
Application deadline for teaching staff mobility for spring semester: 2 months prior to the mobility period