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Outgoing staff mobility grants (non-EU)

Also for activities outside Europe funding is available:

Staff Mobility Grant portal

Are you looking for a quick overview of available grants for your specific situation and destination, and possible direct application?

Erasmus+ non EU

For staff mobility activities outside Europe Erasmus+ offers 2 possibilities:

Erasmus+ Staff Training

As a staff member you can make use of this funding possibility to follow a training programme outside Europe. The aim of an Erasmus+ Staff Training is to gain knowledge or new insights from colleagues or projects in another institute of higher education. These possibilities include joint research,  1-on-1 job shadowing, attending a Summer or Winter School or participating in an International Staff Training Week. It is unfortunately not possible to visit a conference with this grant.

Erasmus+ Staff Teaching

As a staff member you can make use of this funding possibility to teach at a partner university outside Europe. For teaching assignments you are required to teach a minimum of 8 hours per week.

Possibilities

The possibilities for this Erasmus+ grant are quite specific. You can participate in the staff training or teaching options at one of the following destinations:

  • Australia (Australian Catholic, Macquarie, Sydney, Monash)
  • Brazil (PUC Rio de Janeiro, Federal University of Juiz de Fora)
  • Canada (Western, York)
  • Indonesia (Gadjah Mada, Universitas Indonesia, Padjadjaran)
  • Japan (Kwansei Gakuin)
  • Peru (PUCP Lima)
  • Senegal (Cheikh Anta Diop)
  • South Africa (Stellenbosch, Pretoria, Witwatersrand)
  • USA (UNC Wilmington, SUNY Albany, Loyola-New Orleans)
  • United Kingdom
    • University of Plymouth
    • University of Sheffield
    • Cardiff University
    • Nottingham Trent University
    • University of Glasgow
    • University of Essex
    • University of Exeter
    • Bath Spa University
    • University of Chichester
    • University of the West of England (Bristol)
    • University of Birmingham
    • University of Lincoln
    • University of Hertfordshire
    • Kingston University London

For the abovementioned destinations you will receive a grant for 7 days (including 2 travel days) amounting 180 euros per day plus a travel subsidy. An exception to this is the UK: for destinations within the UK you will receive a grant for 7 days (including 2 travel days) amounting 120 euros per day plus a travel subsidy. The actual stay abroad may be longer than 7 days and you are allowed to use the total amount for the full stay abroad.

Furthermore, there are additional Erasmus+ grants that are predominantly awarded to support specific (research) projects between Radboud university and several partner institutions. This overview changes per academic year. Contact erasmus@ru.nl for an up-to-date overview and possibilities. For these destinations the duration of your stay abroad should be at least 5 days (excluding travel days). You will receive 180 euros per day (from day 15 onwards this will be 126 euros) plus a travel subsidy.

Are you travelling to your destination using a sustainable mode of transport? Then you may be eligible for Green Travel Support.

Application procedure

Applications must be submitted at least 2 weeks before the start of your stay abroad. Here you can find the step-by-step application procedure.

Contact

For questions regarding Erasmus+ Staff Training or Teaching outside Europa, please contact erasmus@ru.nl.

Radboud Internationalisation grants

In order to further develop and reinforce the international character of our university, the Executive Board has reserved additional funds. These so-called Radboud Internationalisation grants include a.o. a number of international travel grants which intend to encourage, outside Europe:

  • Research visits and other international mobility for PhD candidates (€700 per visit outside Europe)
  • Teaching visits at partner universities (€1,000 per visit)

You can find more information about these international travel grants and the other Radboud Internationalisation grants on Radboudnet.

Alternative funding

You can find more possibilities for research grants, e.g. Marie Curie and 6th/7th framework, on the Radboudnet site Research, Funding and Grants and Grantfinder.
Also check the funding possibilities of the following programmes: WOTRO Science for Global DevelopmentAsia Development (Europe Aid) programmeScientific Programme Indonesia Netherlands. In case of questions about the last 3 programmes, you can also contact Paula Haarhuis at Education Affairs.