Erasmus+ ICM Staff Mobility For Training

Erasmus+ ICM Staff Mobility For Training

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (E+ ICM) is a program within Erasmus+ framework promoting the exchange of students and academics with partner countries of the Erasmus+ programme (i.e. non-EU and non-EFTA countries and not candidate countries for EU membership).

The Faculty of Social Sciences (FSV UK) receives funding for scholarships in accordance with budgets of the Czech Ministry of Education and EU, with their level being set by the Erasmus+ ICM programme.

Staff mobility for Training – professional development of scientific/academic or non-pedagogical staff in the form of training or job shadowing. The purpose is to obtain new skills and knowledge and apply them at home institutions. The minimum duration is 5 working days, the maximum duration is 2 months.


Current Mobilities' Offer (Update September, 2021)

Projects 2019 - until 31st July 2022

(1st possible mobility in summer term 2019/2020 - last possible mobility in summer term 2021/2022

Institute FSV UK Country University Number of spots STT*
Institute of International Studies (IIS) Montenegro  University of Montenegro  1
  Bosna and Hercegovina University of Sarajevo  2
  Armenia Yerevan State University  0
Institute of Economic Studies (IES)  Albania Epoka University 0

* STT: Staff Mobility for Training 


Projects 2020 - until 31st July 2023

(1st possible mobility in summer term 2020/2021 - last possible mobility in summer term 2022/2023)

Institute FSV UK Country University Number of spots STT*
Institute of International Studies (IIS) Moldavia Moldova State University 0
Institute of International Studies (IIS) in collaboration with the Hussite Theological Faculty Kazakhstan  Al-Farabi Kazakh National University 0

* STT: Staff Mobility for Training 


Program Length:

  • depends on each particular country and the partner institution
  • a minimum duration of 5 days is required
  • a maximum duration of 2 months is possible

Financial Support:

  • the grant is composed out of two parts, one to support the travel costs and the second to aid with the accommodation and other costs.

Accommodation Cost Support:

  • Incoming STT: 140 EUR/day (1 – 14 days ); 98 EUR/day (15 – 60 days)
  • Outgoing STT: 180 EUR/day (1 – 14 days);126 EUR/day (15 – 60 days)

Travel Costs Support:

Travel Distance        

    Travel Cost Support  

10  –  99 km

    20 EUR per participant

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

1500 EUR per participant

Required documents to Apply for Training Mobility

  • Mobility Agreement for Training (TRA) (please, click here
  • Invitation letter from a contact person at receiving institution
  • Information for Issuing A Grant Agreement form (please, click here
  • CV
  • Passport copy


  1. Follow the nomination process at your respective Institute. 
  2. The Institute forwards the list of nominated academics/staff to FSV UK International Office including their CV, Passport Copy, and the purpose of their mobility (i.e., aims/activities/research, etc). 
  3. The FSV International Office coordinator sends all the above-mentioned documents to the receiving institution and officially nominates the candidates. 

The exchange cannot be guaranteed until confirmed by the partner university.

  1. After the nomination is confirmed, find a contact person at the receiving institution with whom you can arrange the teaching/training activities of your mobility and:
    1. fill in the Erasmus+ Mobility Agreement for Training (TRA). Do not forget to fill in your name (Participant’s name) in the header of the document
    2. ask for the Invitation letter

NOTE: If a participant has already a contact person at the receiving institution during the application process, the TRA and the Invitation letter can be filled in and processed simultaneously. However, the FSV UK International Office needs the final approval of the acceptance from the receiving institution’s International Office   

  1. Once you agree on the content of the TRA with your contact person, send a scan of TRA with your signature to the FSV UK International Office coordinator. Please, also include:
    1. the Invitation letter from a contact person at the receiving institution
    2. a filled-in Information for Issuing A Grant Agreement form
  2. The FSV UK International Office coordinator will sign the TRA on behalf of the sending institution and will send it to the receiving institution for the final signature. 
  3. All the above-mentioned documents are passed on to the European Office of Charles University that prepares a Grant Agreement stating the financial support depending on the length of your stay. The coordinator will inform you once the agreement is ready for you to sign.


  1. Arrange the usual Employee Travel Abroad Authorisation at the Economic department of the faculty. Please do not forget to mention that your mobility is within the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program and that you will receive financial support from the rectorate to your bank account before the mobility.
  2. The payment of the Erasmus financial support will be sent via a bank transfer to your account (preferably EUR currency account) a few days before your departure. This is processed by the European Office.


  1. A Confirmation of Erasmus+ Training (please, click here) must be filled in and approved by the International Office, or an academic or a director of the receiving Department/Institute. The original must be delivered to the FSV UK International Office. 
  2. Please remember that after your mobility you have to claim the reimbursement of the travel expenses as for a usual business trip. Note that in case your final travel costs will be higher than the Erasmus+ ICM financial support, you need to provide another financial source to cover the rest (usually from the institute). Please contact the faculty Account Office for more information on business trip requirements.

Contact Person

For more information contact PhDr. Veronika Šilhová, email: