Staff mobility is implemented within the framework of Action 1 of the Erasmus+ Programme.
Erasmus+ is a European Union programme supporting educational exchange, which is a continuation of European educational programmes implemented since 1998. Its aim is to support pupils, students, teachers, lecturers and volunteers in conducting international projects aimed at raising competences.
The 2021-2027 programme has an estimated budget of 26.2 billion euro.
Universities may receive funding from the European Commission for staff mobility projects between programme countries and between partner countries.
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Erasmus+ staff mobility must fit in with the internationalisation strategy of TUL outlined in the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) and should be an inspiration to introduce pro-quality changes both in home institution and the receiving university.
At Lodz University of Technology (TUL), learning mobility is implemented within the Erasmus+ projects KA131 and KA171 which are financed by the European Commission. The projects are coordinated by the International Cooperation Centre of TUL.
The position of the University Coordinator for the Erasmus+ Programme at TUL is held by
dr inż. Dorota Piotrowska, TUL professor
Director of the International Cooperation Centre of TUL
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