ERASMUS staff training mobility
In order to strengthen not only its international profile, but also the relationship with current and prospective partner universities, SRH Hochschule Berlin supports its faculty and staff members in finding and implementing training opportunities abroad. We provide ERASMUS-funding for many of these stays. ERASMUS supports staff mobilities at European partner institutions, staff visits from foreign enterprises at German universities as well as professional development opportunities for academic and professional services staff at European universities and enterprises.
Many European universities organise an International Staff Training Week. Such a staff training week abroad is a great way to gain more knowledge about your own work field, increase your international network and meet colleagues from all around the world with whom you can exchange experiences and ideas. An overview of these non-academic (support) staff opportunities can be found here: staff-week.
Staff of the following SRH universities are entitled to apply for ERASMUS grants:
Staff of the SRH Hochschule Berlin, SRH Hotel Academy Dresden, SRH University of Popular Arts (hdpk), design academie berlin - SRH (dab)
Eligible activities abroad:
job shadowing, seminars, workshops, courses, practical training, study visits
All partner-universities, in EU plus Mazedonien (FYROM), Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey.
Pleae note: Staff who plan to a mobility abroad in the country of their permanent residence are not eligible to participate in the ERASMUS-programme.
Duration of the mobility:
The minimum duration for an Erasmus staff training mobility is 2 working days and SRH provides grant for a maximum of 5-6 days.
Successful applicants are eligible to receive funds to partially support their visit, which may not cover all the actual expenses incurred. Funds eligible for ERASMUS staff training mobility are made up to two components: Individual Support (Subsistence) and Travel Contribution. Staff members will receive their regular salaries while away on ERASMUS-training.
The amount of the ERASMUS grant 2019/2020:
In addition to these daily rates, traveling expenses depending on real distances between starting and final destination are given. These are calculated with the help of a special tool, the distance calculator. Depending on the distance, the following amounts are reimbursed per visit:
|Distance is calculated between start and end location of the mobility||Travel Distance Amount|
|< 100 km||20 EUR|
|20 EUR 100 – 499 km||180 EUR|
|500 – 1.999 km||275 EUR|
|2.000 – 2.999 km||360 EUR|
|3.000 – 3.999 km||530 EUR|
|4.000 – 7.999 km||820 EUR|
|8.000 km and more||1.500 EUR|
|Receiving country||Amount (1-14 days)|
|enmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom||180 EUR/day|
|Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, France, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain||160 EUR/day|
|Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||140 EUR/day|
The grant will be paid in two installments:
- 70% in the beginning
- 30% after the completion of the mobility
Special needs grant:
Staff can get a support for special needs with disabilities of at least 30 GdB.
You are obligated to arrange for sufficient insurance coverage on your own and at your own cost.
Participation in the ERASMUS-program does not include health insurance, liability insurance or any other kind of insurance. Neither the European Commission, nor the National Agency (DAAD) or SRH Hochschule Berlin can be held liable for any illness, death, accident, injury, loss or damage that may be caused during or as a result of your ERASMUS+ stay abroad. It is recommended that you check with your insurance companies to see if your existing coverage is sufficient or may be extended accordingly.
You may register for the DAAD group insurance which provides extensive coverage. Detailed information is available from the insurance department of the DAAD (Tel.: + 49 (0)228/882-294, email@example.com or https://www.daad.de/versicherung/de/.
Before your Mobility:
- Please get in touch with the International Office, Ruth Gorman: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Check your eligibility (see info sheet)
- Speak with your supervisior (see business trip guideline)
- Please get in touch with (potential) ERASMUS-partner universities direct or through the International Office
- Check your Visa
- Submit your business trip application
Please submit your fully completed and duly signed initial ERASMUS-documents to the International Office at SRH Hochschule Berlin, to Ruth Gorman: email@example.com:
- Grant Agreement - page 1
- Mobility Agreement – Teaching with all three signatures
At the beginning of your staff mobility:
- take a lot of pictures
- Please let the confirmation letter sign on the last day of your mobility from the partner university
After the guest lecture:
- submit the confirmation letter at International Office
- answer the EU Survey (link via E-Mail)