- About the program
- Outgoing PhD students
- Outgoing staff
- Recruitment of students and staff
- Disabled participants
- Incoming students and staff
Erasmus + is the European Union’s program in the field of education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020. Its purpose is, among others, to support international cooperation of universities and scientific institutes through the implementation of some studies and internships abroad, promoting employee mobility and creating opportunities for them to participate in projects in cooperation with foreign partners.
To learn more about the Program, please visit: http://erasmusplus.org.pl/
The Institute of Human Genetics PAS has received the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, therefore can implement actions and projects under this program.
Erasmus Policy Statement 2014 – 2021 (download)
Erasmus Policy Statement 2021 – 2027 (download)
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (2014-2021) (download)
The program enables the implementation of mobility with the following countries:
- Program countries: 28 EU Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, Serbia, North Macedonia
- Partner countries: Neighboring countries (divided into 4 regions): Eastern Partnership, Mediterranean, Western Balkans, Russia, other countries – participation depends on the action and the area (sector).
|Romania||Universitatea “Lucian Blaga” din Sibiu||2 PhD, 2 Staff|
|Turkey||Gebze Teknik Üniversitesi||1 PhD, 2 Staff|
|Turkey||Odokuz Mayis University||2 PhD, 2 Staff|
PhD students can apply for two types of mobility:
- to study (SMS) – lasting from 3 to 12 months carried out in partner institutions (the interinstitutional agreement between HEIs is required)
- for placement (SMP)- lasting from 2 to 12 months carried out in a foreign organization, enterprise, institute, research center etc.
Erasmus grant – programme countries
Erasmus + scholarships are awarded to persons traveling under the program. The scholarship allows you to cover part of the costs associated with traveling and living abroad. The amount depends on the length of stay and is calculated on the basis of specific rates relating to the cost of living in each country.
|Group of countries (Programme countries)||Grant /month – studies||Grant /month – placement|
|Group 1: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom||520 €||620 €|
|Group 2: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Italy||500 €||600 €|
|Group 3: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, North Macedonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey and Hungary||450 €||550 €|
Exchange participants receive language support in the form of online courses offered by the European Online Linguistic Support system. https://erasmusplusols.eu/pl/
All employees of the Institute employed on the basis of an employment contract or other civil law contract may apply for a mobility. The Institute may decide on the preferential treatment of full-time employees. Staff may apply for mobility:
- for teaching assignment (STA), (the interinstitutional agreement between HEIs is signed). During the stay (lasting 2 – 60 days) you should conduct a minimum of 8 hours of classes per week.
- for training (lasting 2 – 60 days) to improve the skills and qualifications necessary for work (STT). This offer is addressed to all employees of the Institute, including administration employees.
Erasmus grant – programme countries (grant + flat rate for travel)
Each person nominated for the exchange receives a scholarship from the Erasmus + program. The scholarship allows to cover part of the costs associated with traveling and living abroad. The amount depends on the length of stay and is calculated on the basis of specific rates relating to the cost of living in each country and the distance between the sending and the receiving institution.
|Group of countries (programme countries)||Grant/day||Travel/flat rate|
|Group 1: Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom||180 €||
according to distance calculator
|Group 2: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Italy||160 €|
|Group 3: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, North Macedonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary, Poland||140 €|
Flat rate for travel expenses – calculated according to distance calculator: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmusplus/tools/distance_en.htm
|Distance||Flat rate (EUR)|
|10 – 99 km||20|
|100 – 499 km||180|
|500 – 1999 km||275|
|2000 – 2999 km||360|
|3000 – 3999 km||530|
|4000 – 7999 km||820|
|> 8000 km||1500|
Recruitment for mobility of phD students and staff is conducted continuously until the financial resources are exhausted. The recruitment starts on 8st March 2021.
Before applying please read: Rules regarding implementation and financing of the mobility.
Phd Students (documents):
- online application form – outgoing PhD students
- Learning agreement for studies
- Learning agreement for traineeships
- online application form – outgoing staff
- Staff Mobility Agreement for teaching
- Staff Mobility Agreement for training
Participants with a disability may apply for additional funds. Applications for additional funds will be submitted to the National Agency of the Erasmus + Program. In addition, the grant amount awarded will be accounted on the basis of real incurred costs (invoices required).
Incoming students shall be nominated by their home university by e-mail, at this point the Institute of Human Genetics PAS reserves the right to interview the nominee by the electronic tools, e.g. skype. IHG PAS will inform by e-mail if you are chosen to interview.
- Online application form with the following attachements: Learning agreement for studies or Learning agreement for traineeships and CV (in case of traineeships)
Deadline for application:
- 30th June (winter term)
- 30th November (summer term)
When those documents reach the IHG PAS, you will receive an official Letter of Acceptance.
Details concerning accommodation can be found here. (http://igcz.poznan.pl/en/phd-studies/ects-catalogue/).
Information on residence and visa are available here.( http://igcz.poznan.pl/en/phd-studies/ects-catalogue/)
Incoming students applying for a mobility at the Institute of Human Genetics PAS are expected to present insurance coverage such as health insurance, accident insurance and civil liability insurance. The students are asked to present the insurance upon their arrival to the institute.
More information of health care is available here. (http://igcz.poznan.pl/en/phd-studies/ects-catalogue/)
Incoming staff willing to visit the Institute of Human Genetics PAS is requested to contact the host department of IHG PAS or Erasmus+ Coordinator (email@example.com) in order to agree programe of the visit and then complete the Online application form with attachement: Staff Mobility Agreement for teaching/Staff Mobility Agreement for training.
The incoming staff is requested to have health insurance, accident insurance and civil liability insurance for the period of travel and stay in Poznan.