University of Split

ERASMUS+

       

Class: 605-01/17/01/0022

File No.: 2181-202-01-04-17-0001

Date: 3.5.2017.

 

Call for applications Erasmus+ KA107 scholarships for Student Mobility, Teaching Staff mobility and Training Staff mobility from Partner country Canada, partner institution the University of British Columbia

 

The University of Split holds Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (2014-2020) 255210-EPP-1-2014-1-HR-EPPKA3-ECHE.

Within the ERASMUS+ Project 2016-1-HR01-KA107-021752 referring to cooperation with higher education institutions in the partner countries, the University of Split announces the Call for applications for awarding financial supports to individual incoming teaching and non-teaching staff mobilities from higher education institutions from partner countries, the objective of which is teaching or training at the University of Split. All incoming activities supported within this Call are coordinated and administered by the University of Split.

 

Purpose of the Call

The main purposes of this Call are: 

  • training periods: this activity supports the professional development of HEI teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation periods/training at a partner HEI, or at another relevant organisation abroad.
  • A period abroad can combine teaching and training activities.

In the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, all mobility activities are conditional upon signing an inter-institutional agreement between the sending and the receiving universities before the start of the mobility.

Application deadline

Application deadline is 25.5.2017, 23:59 CET

By submitting the application to this Call, all applicants agree that the University of Split publishes their personal data on the web page within the selection procedures and further uses their personal data within the administration procedures and reporting.

Applications incomplete and/or received after the deadline will not be taken into account for the evaluation process.

Eligibility period for staff mobility:

From 1 July 2017 till 15 July 2018

Minimum application requirements for the mobility at the University of Split:

STAFF

  1. Erasmus+ Application Form for Staff Mobility
  2. CV Europass in English language
  3. Copy of the first page of the applicant’s passport
  4. Certificate of employment by the home institution
  5. Staff Mobility Agreement for Training signed by home institution (UBC) and host institution (University of Split)

Recommended language skills

Receiving institution

[Erasmus code
or city]

Optional: Subject area

Language
of instruc­tion 1

Language
of instruc­tion 2

Recommended language of instruction level[1]

Student Mobility for Studies

[Minimum recommended level: B1]

Staff Mobility for Teaching and Training

[Minimum recommended level: B2]

HR SPLIT01

 

Croatian

English

English B2

English B2-C1

VANCOUVER

 

English

English

English B2

English B2

 

Academic Calendar

Receiving institution

[Erasmus code]

Autumn term

[from - to]

Spring term

[from - to]

HR SPLIT01

beginning October–

end February (including exam session during February)

end February – beginning July (including exam session from beginning of June to beginning of July)

 

 

Eligible Universities, mobility flows and scholarships

STAFF

FROM

[Erasmus code of the sending institution]

TO

[Erasmus code of the receiving institution]

Subject area code
*
[ISCED]

 

Subject area name
*

 

Number of staff mobility periods

Staff Mobility for Teaching

[total number of  days of teaching periods or average duration *]

Staff Mobility for Training
*

VANCOUVER

HR SPLIT01

0713

 

0715

Electricity and Energy

Mechanics and Metal trades

 

1 teacher/staff member x 16 days (including 2 days for travel)

 

Scholarships consist of a daily allowance, according to the flat rates stated by the Erasmus+ Programme and travel cost, calculated by the tool EC Distance Calculator http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources_en#tab-1-4 , defined according to distance band from the place of official seat of the sending university to the place of official seat of the receiving university:

Travel allowance – 1,100.00 EUR

Important: Travel allowance shall be paid to the beneficiaries upon arrival to the University of Split.

Daily amount – 100 EUR by the 14th day of mobility, 70 EUR from the 15th day of mobility

Scholarships will be paid to the beneficiaries by the University of Split upon their arrival to Split and opening of a non-residential bank account in kunas and in accordance with the actual arrival and departure dates. The payment of these scholarships is subject to the regulations of the University of Split and the law.

Travel allowance and daily amount are paid in kuna counter value.

 

Compatibility with other EU grants

Scholarships under the Erasmus+ Partner Countries (KA107) programme are not compatible with any other Erasmus+ scholarships granted for the same exchange mobility.

 

Application process

Complete application (all stated documents) shall be scanned and sent electronically to the address: erasmus@unist.hr(e-mail title: Call for applications – UBC, Canada)

N.B. Original documents are not required!

After the application deadline, once all the applications are collected, the University of Split will send them to partner university for ranking.

 

Upon completing the ranking procedure, partner university shall nominate the selected candidates to the University of Split (in case of more applications than scholarships available, lists will include waiting list as well).

 

The University of Split will confirm mobility of the selected candidates at its earliest convenience and not later than 4 weeks upon receipt of the ranking made by the home universities.

 

Criteria for evaluation

 

The selection process will evaluate the applicants and will prioritize candidates according to the established criteria and budgetary availability.

The selection process will be based on the principles of equity, fairness and transparency.

In case of International Credit Mobility, the first criterion for selecting candidates must be academic merit, followed by CV evaluation, motivation and proposed Learning agreement/Work/Teaching plan evaluation.

 

Rights of the beneficiary

 

 ‐ To receive the scholarship according to the amounts set out in the Erasmus+ Programme guidelines. The expenses not covered by the scholarship will be borne by the beneficiary.

‐ To receive information and advice on the application procedure, as well as pre‐departure and on‐site guidance.

‐ To have the mobility period abroad recognized by the sending university.

 

 

Obligations of the beneficiary

 

‐ To take out and prove to be in possession of adequate insurance throughout the mobility period according to the Erasmus+ programme rules.

‐ To obtain visa for the stay in the receiving country

‐ To carry out the mobility stay according to the proposal and dates committed, always before 15 July 2018.

‐ To complete all procedures and fill in the required documents as required by the Erasmus+ Programme, before, during and after the mobility period, meeting the deadlines established by the University of Split.

‐ Any other obligations inherent to the Erasmus+ Programme and the internal regulations of the sending and receiving institutions.


For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us:

 

University of Split

International Relations Office

E-mail: erasmus@unist.hr

 

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture

Erasmus coordinator: Prof. Vicko Dorić, vdoric@fesb.hr

Academic contact: Prof. Sandro Nižetić, snizetic@fesb.hr

 

Useful links:

Erasmus+Programme Guide

Frequently AskedQuestions for Higher Education Institutions



[1] For an easier and consistent understanding of language requirements, use of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is recommended, see http://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/resources/european-language-levels-cefr

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