Mobility Grants for Teachers and Staff

Mid Sweden University's International Relations Office manages mobility grants for teachers and staff. Find more information about the different grants and mobilites below.

Teaching at a partner institution

Teachers can apply for grants to teach at a partner institution within the EU/Erasmus+. 
Find out more about mobility grants for teaching  

Professional development at a partner institution, company or organisation

Staff at Mid Sweden University can apply for grants to do study visits for the purpose of professional development at a European partner institution, company or organisation. Application rounds take place twice per year. 
Find our more about opportunities and grants for professional development.

 

Other mobility grants

Nordplus for higher education
For collaborations with higher education institutions and other partners in the nordic countries, the Baltic countries, and Russia. Grants for networks, joint programmes, development projects, and mobility. Only two departments, OMV and MKV, are active parts in networks within Nordplus at the moment. 
For more information, contact Emma McKeogh, International Officer at the International Relations Office. 

International Credit Mobility (ICM)
ICM is a program within Erasmus+ with the purpose to enable cooperations between so-called program countries (i.e. EU-countries and the EEA) and non-EU/EEA countries (so-called partner countries). Within the ICM program it is possible to apply for funding or scholarships for incoming and outgoing students, teachers and staff. For student mobility is is possible to apply for grants for both first, second and third cycle studies. The grants also apply to both studies and internships. For staff mobilities it is possible to apply for grants with the purpose of teaching assignments or professional development. 
For more information, contact Ellen Horbach, International Officer at the International Relations Office. 
For information on ICM 

Linnaeus-Palme
For collaborations with higher education institutions in low- and middle income countries. Linnaeus-Palme is an exchange program for teachers and students. 
For more information about the Linnaeus-Palme program