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Internships and lectures

ERASMUS + Europe

Under the Erasmus + Europe Program, non-agency staff can be assigned to a university staff member for the purpose of training: Stay must be pre-arranged and confirmed (stay at a university in a bilateral contract, training / seminar in the company by a letter of confirmation). An employee must be approved in advance work plan (purpose of the trip, program of lectures / training, expected results) from host and home institutions. Maximum stay is 6 weeks. Grant is allocated in form lump sums per week of stay , travel expenses are reimbursed on the basis of real costs. When you are back from the road, you need to fill out a message from the road (you will be prompted by e-mail) and residence certificate .

If you are interested in Erasmus + training, please contact OZS FI.
The collection of applications for this activity for the next academic year takes place every March - April each year. The contact person on CZS is Zita Hrabovská ( ).

Within this activity, it is also possible to invite employees of a foreign company to a higher education institution in the Czech Republic. Grant is provided by the employees of the enterprise to the recipient higher education institution in the Czech Republic. Collecting applications every year in February.

ERASMUS + outside Europe

This program allows MU employees to take 7-14 day training sessions at universities in Erasmus + partner countries outside the European Union. Training mobility aims to share experiences between the two institutions (workshops, shading, etc.). For the training stay, an employee can enroll as a trainer as well as trained.
More information at of the CZS site or contact Adam Hykla ( ).


The STELLA program, the mobility of non-academic staff within the universities included in the Compostela Group, allows both weekly internships to non-academic staff at MU at a foreign university as well as MU's various workplaces to offer a vacancy for a weekly internship from a foreign university. Membership of the MU in the CGU provides the university with the opportunity to send one non-academic worker to this program with a CGU grant.
Applications are submitted once a year at the beginning of each calendar year.
More information at of the CZS site .
The contact person for the CZS for the CGU and the STELLA program is Martin Vašek, ( ).