Erasmus+ Staff Mobility

Erasmus+ Staff Mobility

ERASMUS + is an EU exchange programme which has been running since the mid-1980s. The Czech Republic has been participating since 1997. The mobilities are performed on the basis of bilateral agreements signed with partner universities. Financial support is provided by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and the LLP ERASMUS+ headquarters in Brussels via Rectorate of Charles University (RCU).

Erasmus + Staff Mobility Call (October to December 2022) ANNOUNCED

A call for the Erasmus + Staff Mobility for the period from October to December 2022 has been announced. 

Applications must be submitted through the IS Věda application in the PAS (Projects and Competitions) module IS věda from August 1, 08:00 to August 31, 12:00.

Call for Erasmus+ Staff Mobility


1. Staff Mobility For Teaching

Staff mobility for teaching can be performed in the member as well as non-member EU countries as follows: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

The recommended length of the teaching mobility is 5 working days. In justified cases, it is possible to carry out a shorter stay of at least 2 consecutive working days, excluding travel. The maximum length of stay is 2 months. However, it is necessary for you to teach at least 8 teaching hours (for 2 - 5 working days). The minimum number of teaching hours for mobilities exceeding 5 working days is calculated as follows: number of working days x 1.6



The financial support is composed out of two parts, one to support the travel costs and the other for accommodation.

In the case of virtual mobility, there is no entitlement to financial support.

The means are calculated in the maximum expected amount. In case of exceeding, it is necessary to secure an additional source of funding at the relevant institute/workplace.

Distance calculator

 Travel Distance        

Travel Cost Support  

100 – 499 km

  180 EUR per participant

500 – 1999 km

  275 EUR per participant

2000 – 2999 km

  360 EUR per participant

3000 – 3999 km

  530 EUR per participant

4000 – 7999 km

  820 EUR per participant

over 8000 km

1100 EUR per participant

Accommodation Costs per Day

day 1-14

day 15+

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, the United  Kingdom, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg,  Norway and Sweden

  136 EUR/day    95.2 EUR/day
Belgium, France, Italy, Cyprus, Malta, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Greece and Spain   119 EUR/day    83.3 EUR/day
Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey   102 EUR/day    71.4 EUR/day


1. Upon the announcement of the selection procedure, the employee registers in the selection procedure by filling in and signing the application - the Mobility Agreement, securing the signature of the supervisor and sends it to the International Office (OZS) FSV UK (e-mail:

We recommend attaching the signature of the partner receiving institution at this stage.

2. After the proper nomination at the latest, the staff member must secure the signature of the receiving partner institution on the application form. The OZS coordinator of FSV UK will ensure the signature of the Vice-Dean for International Relations on the application and send it back to the employee.

3. The OZS coordinator of FSV UK will send the application no later than 14 days before the planned mobility to the European Office of the Rectorate of Charles university (EK RUK) (email:, which will issue and prepare the Financial Agreement for signing. The agreement must be signed no later than 7 days before departure.

4. The employee submits and has a travel order approved and, if necessary, requests a deposit at the Economic Department of FSV UK (email: The travel order must state the source of the co-financing of the travel days.

5. Before returning (at the place of residence), the employee will have a Confirmation of Erasmus + Mobility confirmed (by the coordinator, the relevant employee or the head of the workplace). Upon return, the employee fills in the Final Report on Erasmus +.

6. The employee submits both documents no later than 10 days after returning from the mobility to the European Office of the RUK and in a copy to the OZS FSV (email.

7. All accounting documents must be submitted for final settlement to the Economic Department of FSV UK.


Mobility Agreement

The agenda of travel orders and bills is administrated by the Economic Department

Please purchase the flight tickets and accommodation only upon approval of your travel order.




The platform  serves as a database for searching for academic mobilities. On this page you can monitor the possibilities and the entire interface even without registration. To publish your own offers and address the academics, you need to register: 

1. Click Log in in the upper right corner
2. Click Log in with MyAcademicID
3. Charles University must appear in the line that pops up on the Login page (it will pop up when typing in the menu)
4. There is a verification and login via CAS
5. Subsequently, the registration is completed and you can complete a short questionnaire
6. In the My content tab, you can create your own offers
7. You can also address academics on published profiles


In accordance with the participant agreement on the provision of grant funds, outgoing academic officials  are obliged to fill in the online questionnaire of EU Survey under the Mobility Tool and submit original documents to the Economic Department and copies to the International Office:

Confirmation of Erasmus+

Final Report

The participants are obliged to properly bill the teaching mobility within 10 calendar days after the end of the travel.

2. Staff mobility for training


  • Minimum length of staff training:  2 consecutive working days
  • Maximum length of staff training: 2 months
  • The program supports the professional development of employees in the form of a professional course, shadowing the employees at the relevant workplaces or listening to lectures at partner higher education institutions or in other relevant organizations abroad.

Find out more information about the programme


3. The combined stay (educational stay and training )

The combined stay combines an educational stay and training within one mobility, which can be carried out at one or more eligible institutions in the destination country.

4. The blended intensive program (BIP)

The blended intensive program (BIP) is a specific type of employee mobility, including a mandatory virtual component in combination with physical mobility to foreign institutions. This type of mobility is linked to a separate, pre-approved project application, involving at least three institutions from three program countries, which must be linked by interinstitutional agreements.

The length of the mobility (excluding travel days) is at least 5 and at the most 30 days of physical mobility and any non-zero number of days of the virtual mobility.