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VISITING TEACHING AND TRAINING STAFF PROGRAMME – ACADEMIC YEAR 21/22

The University of Cadiz offers the teaching staff and the administration and service staff of its European partners and associated countries the opportunity to carry out a short visit within the framework of the Erasmus programme. The visits may be Teaching (STA) or Training (STT).

 

 

The mobility stays can be requested by staff from European universities of the Erasmus programme (KA103) or from universities of partner countries (KA107/ICM) with which there is a previous collaboration agreement.The procedure will be different depending on whether you come from a KA103 or KA107 university.
Only universities that have an agreement with the University of Cadiz during the academic year in which the mobility will take place, and for which places are available, will be able to send their staff. (See list of universities and places for the academic year 21/22).
All mobilities will be regulated by a call that will be managed by the University of Cadiz and each of the participating Universities. This call will define the conditions and characteristics of the mobilities, but in a general way it is important to point out that:

  1. .- Only those persons who have been nominated by their Home Universities will have access to these mobilities.
  2. .- Nominations can only be made during the period determined by the call for the corresponding academic year (academic year 21/22: until 15 September 2021).
  3. .- In order to be nominated by your Home University (point a), applicants must first arrange the signature and acceptance of the Mobility Agreement (see “Mobility Agreement Management”).
  4. .- The visits can only take place in one of the places offered for the corresponding academic year, both for Teaching and for Training.
  5. .- Teaching mobilities (STA) must have a duration of 5 days and include the commitment to give 8 hours of teaching during this period. Training (STT) mobilities must have a duration of 5 days and include a commitment to participate in a training programme during this period.
  6. .- Incoming KA107 mobilities at the University of Cadiz will have financial aid from the Erasmus programme. The amount of the grant will be determined by the call for the current year.

 

The University of Cadiz will welcome incoming mobilities from other European partner universities of the Erasmus programme. In this case, it will be up to the Home University to determine the conditions and financing of the Erasmus grant. The University of Cadiz does not offer financial aid for this type of incoming mobility.
Visitors should keep in mind that:

  1. .- Applicants must arrange the signature and acceptance of the Mobility Agreement (see “Management of the Mobility Agreement”)..
  2. .-The visits can only take place in one of the places offered for the corresponding academic year, both for Teaching and for Training
  3. .- In order to be able to carry out the stay at the UCA, it will be necessary at least two weeks before the beginning of the mobility, to send an email to staff.in@uca.es. From that moment, you will receive a link to an online form, which must be filled in with the Mobility Agreement, previously signed by your Home University and the person in charge at the UCA for the activity you will carry out during your stay (see “Mobility Agreement Management”), and a copy of your passport or ID. In addition, it will be necessary to attach a copy of a travel insurance policy with coverage for the entire period of stay at the UCA.

 

In order to obtain the Mobility Agreement signed by the University of Cadiz and to process your application for admission to the UCA, the visiting staff of the partner Universities should:
  1. .-Check the list of Visiting Professors offers or Visiting Staff offers (as appropriate) in order to find an activity that meets your interests and requirements.
  2. .- Contact the UCA staff listed as “contact” in the corresponding offer, sending them your interest in participating in the activity, your CV, and a draft of the Mobility Agreement (MA).
  3. .- It will be up to the person in charge at UCA (“contact”) to agree with the visiting staff on the necessary elements of the Mobility Agreement. Once agreed, he/she will sign and send it to the applicant.
  4. .- The visiting staff will then have to process the MA together with the rest of their application. The process is different according to the origin of the staff, as appropriate:
    1. .- KA103: the visiting staff member must complete the formalities with his/her Home University. Once the formalities have been completed at the Home University, he/she must contact the UCA Internationalisation Office at staff.in@uca.es to continue with the registration process at our University. In this email, shall specify the name of the UCA activity in which he/she will participate, as well as the name of the person in charge at the UCA (contact).
    2. .- KA107: the visiting staff member must participate in the selection process determined by his/her Home University. For this, it will be a fundamental requirement to have previously managed the signing of the Mobility Agreement. The University of Cadiz will contact the nominated persons by their Home University with instructions on how to proceed to register and organise the visit.

Visiting Staff Offer

Visiting Professor Offer