Erasmus for teachers and other employees
Teaching, on-going professional staff development, establishment of new agreements or monitoring of existing agreements? There are many opportunities for staff mobility. This page will provide you with information about the different types of initiatives encompassed by the Erasmus programme. If you are interested in collaboration with other parts of the world, click on one of the links in the menu to the left in order to see which opportunities exist via national, Nordic and other financing means.
The goals of the Erasmus exchange programme are to improve quality and enhance the European dimension of higher education. Erasmus supports collaboration between higher education institutions and the activities are mainly targeted at students and employees.
Brexit and Erasmus+
The European Council agreed on an exit with an agreement means that the UK will continue to participate in the Erasmus + program period.
Please follow the update on Brexit and Erasmus+ on
- Uppdated information on Brexit at Universitets- och högskolerådets webiste (Swedish)
- The EU Commission’s website about how Brexit impact Erasmus+
- Press release Brexit preparedness on the EU Commission's website (2019/03/25)
You can receive a grant for teaching within regular courses and study programmes at one of LiU's partner universities.
More about Teaching Assignments within Erasmus >>
Visit for the purpose of on-going professional development. Now all LiU employees may make workplace visits or participate in seminars or courses at European partner universities, companies or organisations for different forms of professional development.
More about Staff Training within Erasmus >>
The planning of future exchanges and collaboration with a European higher education institution that LiU does not yet have an Erasmus Bilateral Agreement with.
More about Preparatory Visits within Erasmus >>
Monitoring of activities within existing Erasmus Bilateral Agreements regarding student exchange.
More about Monitoring Visits within Erasmus >>
Last updated: 2020-06-05