Our university offers many financing possibilities for international staff mobility, like for instance for 1-on-1 job shadowing, or participation in a summer school or staff training week. Furthermore, travel grants are available for teaching within and outside Europe.
It is a nice way of getting a professional inside view elsewhere. It enables you to gain new knowledge or insights, and gives you the opportunity to exchange experiences with international counterparts. It also places your own work and work environment in another perspective.
The Erasmus+ Staff Training grants offer numerous options for financing such a work related stay abroad, especially within Europe. Next to the Erasmus+ grant programme you can make use of other funding like the Radboud Internationalisation grants.
Grants outgoing staff mobility (within EU)
For activities in the European Union countries, including Iceland, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Norway, Serbia and Turkey, you can make use of Erasmus+ funding for both staff training and staff teaching.
Grants outgoing staff mobility (non-EU)
Funding is also available for activities outside Europe.
Staff experiences: Monique Schoutsen
Colleague Monique Schoutsen (collection specialist History and Classical languages University Library) went on staff training to Norway.