Outgoing teaching and non-teaching staff
In terms of teacher mobility, it is possible that it takes place in European higher education institutions with the aim of teaching, contributing to the internationalisation of higher education institutions. Teachers can also apply for mobility at a partner institution in order to obtain training and exchange of good practices.
In terms of the mobility of non-teaching staff, there is the possibility of spending time at a partner institution with the aim of obtaining training and exchanging good practices in similar fashion to what happens with teaching staff.
You can find information about staff week opportunities at: http://staffmobility.eu
If you are interested in applying,please check the application period with the International Relations and Mobility Office (IRMO)
In order to carry out a staff mobility period (teaching or non-teaching) it is necessary that the parties involved in the mobility process (the interested party, UAlg /Organic Unit/Department and the host institution) agree to the mobility, and that the work plan is adjusted to the needs inherent to the performance of your duties at UAlg.
For more information about applications, please consult UALGNET
For the next academic year 2021/2022, applications will be open in February and March.
- Mobility for teaching purposes: there must be a staff mobility for teaching, duly completed and signed by the host institution
- Mobility for training purposes, good practices: there must be a staff mobility for training, duly completed and signed by the host institution
- Letter of support for mobility issued by the UO/service
- Letter of invitation/acceptance by the host institution
- Identity Documents
- Portuguese tax number
- Bank receipt
Duration and Financing
This type of mobility has a minimum duration of two days and a maximum duration of two months. The selected applicants will receive funding through a grant consisting of travel expenses (depending on the destination country/city) and a per diem. Per diem funding will not exceed five days of mobility, even if the actual duration is longer.