The EU’s Erasmus+ program provides interested parties many opportunities for ‘lifelong learning’ and targeted cooperation in higher education.
The Teaching Mobility Program supports guest lecturers at European partner universities. Guest lecturers are expected to strengthen the European dimension of the host university through their stay, to complement its teaching offerings, and to impart their expertise to students who do not want to or cannot study abroad.
The development of joint study programs at the partner universities and the exchange of teaching content and teaching methods play a special role here. Staff from companies and organizations abroad can be invited to German universities for teaching purposes.
Students can assemble their own mobility program from an extensive range of cooperation options. The mobility of teachers should also be seen in the context of this network; interested teachers are offered a wide range of possibilities. They can submit applications to the International Office once a year to finance planned teaching stays for the academic year.
The faculty mobility program is often the basis for broader collaborative relationships, including in research.