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ERASMUS Universitätscharta

Erasmus University Charter (EUC) / Eligible universities


The compulsory condition for the participation of a higher education institution in Erasmus+ is the successful application for the Erasmus University Charter (EUC) or an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) to the European Commission. This Charter entitles higher education institutions to apply for Erasmus funding from their national agencies.

 

The exchange of students, teachers and university staff takes place on the basis of bilateral agreements between the participating higher education institutions. Both institutions must hold a valid Erasmus+ University Charter of the program period 2021-2027.

 

Further information is available on the website of the European Commission Executive Agency:

Erasmus - Policies

Erasmus Declaration on Higher Education Policy of PHT

The Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS) briefly describes the cooperation strategy of PHT within the Erasmus+ program. The current EPS was submitted to the Executive Agency in 2020 with the new Erasmus+ University Charter application.

 

Erasmus Policy Statement 

According to the institutional strategy for modernisation and internationalisation – "Strategy 2030" – of the University College of Teacher Education Tyrol (PHT), the university sees itself as

"[...] a cosmopolitan campus of learning for all pedagogical professions and stands for research- and practice-led education, and further and continued training. It designs its meeting spaces in a diversity-sensitive manner and is guided by "education for sustainable development".

 

Planned links with the activities of the Erasmus Programme

Erasmus university mobility will make a significant contribution to the cosmopolitanism of the University College of Teacher Education. It promotes the international mobility of students and university staff so that experiences and skills in the educational field can be further developed.

The University College of Teacher Education Tyrol will follow the recommendations of the University Mobility Strategy/National Strategy for High-Quality Transnational Mobility and Internationalisation of Teaching at Austrian Universities and, in particular, will promote the further expansion of high-quality transnational mobility for all university members (students, teachers, general university staff).

Two fields of action named in Strategy 2030 explicitly refer to international networking and lifelong learning.

  • International networking
    International networking contributes significantly to the development of a professional profile and the personal development of both students and employees, as well as to the attractiveness of the educational institution. It enables the initiation and implementation of joint (research) projects.
    • PHT cooperates with national and international partner institutions and develops and designs educational programmes and research projects with them.
    • PHT supports intensive exchange between its students and employees and educational institutions in Europe and outside of Europe.
       
  • lifelong professionalisation
    The importance of lifelong learning for individuals and organisations is undisputed. The increasing diversity of learners and the digitisation of work and education represent important challenges and opportunities. In this context, lifelong learning at PHT must be made fit for the future.  

 

As part of the education and further and continued training it offers, PHT has set itself the collective task of providing educationalists with scientific, research-based and practice-oriented training and support throughout the entire continuum of their professionalisation (initial training, starting out in their professional life, career development).

PHT is an active ambassador of lifelong learning in the educational field for its own employees, students, graduates, educational institutions and their managers, as well as for business and society in specific cases. It communicates and emphasises the importance and effects of lifelong learning at all important points of contact.

PHT thus supports those measures that were developed to achieve the goals of the European Education Area at the European level. The key skills for lifelong learning (literacy, multilingualism, numerical, scientific and engineering skills, digital and technology-based competences, interpersonal skills, and the ability to adopt new competences, active citizenship, entrepreneurship, and cultural awareness and expression) are taught at PHT – supported by activities of the Erasmus Programme.

Another focus is placed on the expansion of internationalisation@home, including through virtual mobility and blended mobility. The current range of courses offered at PHT are to be rated as first and second-cycle mobilities. The mobility agreements are designed with this in mind. PHT endeavours to continue to have the closest possible network of partner universities in Europe (north, south, east, west) and beyond, and to promote mobility in all geographic areas. When selecting partner universities, care is taken to ensure that they also focus on training in educational professions.

 

Contribution to the development of the European Education Area

PHT is committed to the basic idea of the European Education Area: to harness the full potential of education and culture as drivers for jobs, economic growth, social fairness and active citizenship, and as a means to experience European identity in all its diversity. The priorities of the renewed European agenda, which was renewed in 2017, comprise four priority areas, to which PHT believes the following are relevant:

  • Tackling future skills mismatches and promoting excellence in skills development;
    PHT sees participation in activities of the Erasmus Programme as an essential contribution to the development of the basic skills for future teachers. The development and improvement of teaching skills as well as getting to know innovative and best-practice models are a part of this development of competences.
     
  • Creating inclusive and networked higher education systems;
    PHT builds on a stable network of international partner universities, paying particular attention to the quality of the partnership. The Erasmus learning mobility of university teachers and staff helps prepare for diversity and heterogeneous student groups.
     
  • Ensuring higher education institutions contribute to innovation in society;
    PHT recognises the knowledge transfer that is gained through Erasmus learning mobility. University members participating in activities of the Erasmus Programme are those who integrate topics such as (global) citizenship, civic education and civic engagement in practice and teaching.
     
  • Supporting effective and efficient higher education systems.
    PHT provides for carefully planned and tailor-made mobilities as part of the planned activities of the Erasmus Programme. PHT is committed to the requirements of the ECHE.
     

 

 

Partner universities

PHT is proud to have more than 50 partner universities all over Europe. All our inter-institutional agreements are intended for the primary education sector. If the partners are also suitable for vocational education, nutrition and IC, this is noted. 

 

Belgium

Haute Ecole Robert Schuman / Arlon
Agreement to 2027/28; special needs, primary education

Université de Liège
Agreement to 2027/28

Vives University College
Agreement to 2027/28; special needs education

UC Limburg / Leuven
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education

Thomas More Kempen
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education

Thomas More Mechelen-Antwerpen
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education, IT

Czech Republic

Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education

Denmark

VIA University College, Aarhus
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

University College South Denmark, Haderslev
Agreement to 2027/28, special needs education and primary education

UCL University College
Agreement to 2027/28,  primary education

University College Absalon
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Finland

University of Helsinki
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education

France

Université de La Rochelle
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Université de Strasbourg/ IUFM d'Alsace
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Université Paris Nord 13
Agreement to 2027/28 - ONLY staff/lecturers

Université de Poitiers / ESPE Académie de Poitiers
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Germany

Technische Universität Dresden
Agreement to 2027/28, vocational education, food and nuitrition education

Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
Agreement to 2027/28, vocational education, ICT

Universität Flensburg 
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education  

Pädagogische Hochschule - Schwäbisch Gmünd
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Universität Regensburg 
Agreement to 2027/28 - ONLY staff/lecturers

Universität Rostock
Agreement to 2027/28 - ONLY staff/lecturers

Hungary

Óbuda University, Budapest
Agreement 2027/28, vocational education

Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem ELTE Budapest, Faculty of Elementary and Nursery School Teacher's Training
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

University of Szeged
Agreement to 2027/28, special needs education

Ireland (REP.)

Mary Immaculate College / University of Limerick
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Ireland; Northern / UK

Stranmillis University College Belfast
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education

Italy

Università degli Studi di Padova
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education - Italian level B2 obligatory

Università degli Studi di Foggia
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education - Italian level B2 obligatory

Freie Universität Bozen - Fakultät für Bildungswissenschaften, Brixen / Libera Università di Bolzano - Facoltà di Scienze della Formazione
Agreement to 2027/28; department in German: German C1, Italian or English B2; department in Italian: Italien C1, German or English B2.

Latvia

University of Latvia, Riga
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Lithuania

Vytautas Magnus University (former: Vilnius Pedagogical University)
Agreement to 2027/28

Malta

University of Malta
Agreement to 2027/28, staff/lecturers only

Netherlands

Hogeschool KPZ (former Katholieke Pabo Zwolle)
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, special needs education

Norway

University College of Southeast Norway 
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Volda University College
Agreement to 2027/28

Poland

Uniwersytet Warszawski/University of Warsaw
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Portugal

Escola Superior de Educacao de Lisboa
Agreement to 2027/28, only with Portuguese level B1+

Escola Superior de Educacao de Viana do Castelo
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education, only with Portuguese level B1+

Romania

Universitatea "Lucia Blaga" din Sibiu
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education
 

Spain

Universidad del País Vasco/ Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Bilbao
Agreement to 2027/28, primary, only with Spanish level B2+

Universitat de València (Escuela Universitaria de Magisteri "Ausiàs March")
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education, special needs education, only with Spanish level B2+

Universidad Católica de Valencia "San Vicente Mártir"
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education, only with Spanish level B2+

Universidad de Almería
Agreement to 2027/28; primary education, special needs education, only with Spanish level B2+

Universidad de Cádiz
Agreement to 2027/28 - ONLY staff/lecturers

Sweden

University of Örebro
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education and special needs education. Only winter term!

Kristianstad University
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education and special needs education. Only spring term!

Switzerland

Pädagogische Hochschule St. Gallen
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education and special needs education

Haute Ecole pédagogique du canton de Vaud - Lausanne
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Turkey

Ankara University
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education       

Yildiz Teknik Üniversitesi/ Yildiz Technical University
Agreement to 2027/28

Ihsan Dogramaci Bilkent University
Agreement to 2027/28

UK

Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford
Agreement to 2027/28, primary education

Havering College of Further and Higher Education
Agreement to 2027/28, staff/lecturers only

Piete

PIETE – Partnership for Initial Entrepreneurship Teacher Education Mai 2018 – Mai 2021

n May 2018, the European Union defined eight key competences for lifelong learning. These also include the acquisition of entrepreneurial competence, i.e. the "ability to realise opportunities and ideas and transform them into values for others". To make a contribution to this, the Erasmus+ project "Partnership for Initial Entrepreneurship Teacher Education" (PIETE) was launched in autumn 2018, in which PHT is also involved. 

 

The aim of the PIETE project is to take greater account of the teaching of entrepreneurial skills in the initial training of teachers at upper secondary level. In order to ensure the necessary knowledge transfer, the project builds on institutional tandem constellations in which university experts from the areas of teacher training and entrepreneurial education work closely together.

 

Project information

Project number: 
2018-1-DE01-KA203-004276

 

Call:
Erasmus+ Strategische Partnerschaft (KA203)

 

Co-ordination partner, project management: 
Univations - Institut für Wissens- und Technologietransfer an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

 

Contact at PHT:
Mag. Dr. Mario Vötsch, Institute for Vocational Education

 

Other partners: 
Technische und Humanistische Akademie in Bielsko-Biała (Poland), Wirtschaftsuniversität Kattowitz (Poland), University Szeged (Hungary), Management Center Innsbruck (Austria), University Industry Innovation Network (The Netherlands).

 

Project website:
www.entrepreneurialteachers.eu

International Mobility KA107

Erasmus+ International Mobility (KA 107)

Within the new program generation of ERASMUS+ it is possible to also fund cooperations and study visits with non-european partner institutions. The Pedagogical University Tirol applied since the beginning of the prgoram for funding within the "ERASMUS+ International Mobility-programme" and received grants to continue to implement co-operations with teacher education institutions in Israel, Thailand, China and South Korea.

 

Project data call 2017

Project number: 2017-1-AT01-KA107-034892

 

Call: Erasmus+ KA 107 International Mobility

 

Co-ordiniating partner: PHT

 

Duration: June 2017- June2019

 

Contact at PHT: Mag.a Melanie Steiner

 

 

Partner institutions:

 

Israel Gordon College of Education, Haifa

Thailand Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Bangkok

China The Education University of Hongkong, Hongkong

 

 

Reports: 

 

  • Summary Report cooperation PHT-Gordon College of Education ... zum Bericht (German | English)
  • Teaching and Learning Across Borders - Mai 2019, STA-Mobilities von Gordon College of Education und CRU ... report
  • Teaching and Learning Across Borders - Jan. 2019, STA-Mobility CRU, ... report
  • Projektbesuch von Dr. Ellen Zhang, EdUHK (Okt. 2018) ... report
  • Projektmeeting und CPD-Workshops von Dr. Ariella Levenberg und Dr. Davida Pollak, Gordon College of Education (Sept. 2018) ... zum Facebook
Project data call 2016

Partner institution: Souh Korea Gyeongin National University of Education, Incheon

 

Project number: 2016-1-AT01-KA107-016549

 

Call: Erasmus+ KA 107 International Mobility

 

Co-ordinating partner: PHT

 

Duration: June 2016 - June 2018

 

Contact at PHT: Mag.a Melanie Steiner

Project data call 2015

Partnerinstitutionen:

 

Kosovo University of Prizren

Israel Gordon College of Education, Haifa;

Thailand Chandrakasem Rajabhat University, Bangkok

 

 

Project number: 2015-1-AT01-KA107-001937

 

Call: Erasmus+ KA 107 International Mobility

 

Co-ordination partner: PHT

 

Duration: June 2015 - June 2017

 

Contact at PHT: Mag.a Melanie Steiner

 

ARC

ARC - Action-Research-Communities for Language Teachers
ECML, 2016-2018

Teachers are at the heart of the quality process in the language learning classroom. This project will support teachers in European classrooms in using action research as an essential tool for the development of reflective classroom practice highlighting ways in which teachers can enhance their self-confidence and professionalism. This in turn will improve the quality of their teaching and at the same time strengthen teacher confidence.

 

Project information

Call: ECML Call 2016: Languages at the heart of learning

 

Coordinating partner: PHT

 

Contact at the PHT: Dr. Christine Lechner,

 

 

Partner: Language Studio in Laugalækjarskóli; Brynhildur Anna Ragnarsdottir (IS) ; Centrul pentru formarea Continua in Limba Germana (CPD), Tita Mihaiu (BGR) ; Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton, Angela Gallagher-Brett (UK)
Assoziierte Partner: Renata Zanin, Freie Universität Bozen (IT)  Anita Konrad, Melanie Steiner, PHT (AT)

 

Project-Website:  www.ecml.at/actionresearch 

Envisaged outputs
  • Guidelines for action research and for networking strategies towards quality enhancement in language teaching
  • A practical guide to action research for teachers and teacher educators based on experiences from the ECML countries
  • Piloted models of trialled course units: format for training units to improve classroom practice through linking quality strategies to practical action research approaches.
  • Brochure including checklist and reflection
  • A set of success stories in several languages
  • Online platform with a bank of resources, including key documentation, and didactic materials
Envisaged outcomes
  • The adoption of an action-research based approach to language methodologies
  • Increased co-operation between classrooms practice and academic expertise
  • Positive impact on language education in classrooms through professional networks and peer supportHighlights
Highlights

19.06.2018
Action research communities for language teachers (ARC): national support event in Iceland

30.05.2018
Action Research Communities for language teachers: ARC Network Meeting (Graz, Austria, 3-4 May 2018)

18.01.2018
Action research communities for language teachers (ARC): report 2017

12.01.2018
Action research communities for language teachers: Expert Meeting (November 2017)

30.11.2017
Action research communities for language teachers: ARC presentation at the Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) annual conference at the University of Crete, 20-22 October 2017

09.05.2017
Action Research: 10 projects ongoing and new tools to be developed

19.04.2017
ARC Presentation (Action research communities for language teachers) at the C.A.R.N. (Collaborative Action Research Network) D.A.CH Symposium in Linz

20.03.2017
Action Research for Language Teachers : project developments

13.12.2016
Action Research Communities for Language Teachers workshop (Graz, 10-11 November 2016): workshop news

29.11.2016 
Workshop for teachers of German teachers - “Teaching about the culture of a target-country language in the language classroom: Austria” (Hermannstadt/Sibiu, Romania, 20-22 October 2016) 

09.11.2016
ECML workshop "Action research communities for language teachers" (Graz, Austria, 10-11 November 2016)

03.06.2016
Action research communities for language teachers: ECML workshop on 10-11 November 2016

Projects

The Pedagogical University Tyrol is involved in several EU-projects within the framework of ERASMUS+ resp. LifeLongLearning. These projects were and are funded with support from the European Commission. 
The publications reflect the views only of the authors, the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained.

 

 

 

Staff Mobility

Save the date: International Week 2022 @PHT

It is our pleasure to announce the date for our next International Week:

Monday, 28 November till Friday, 2 December 2022

You will have the opportunity to …

meet colleagues in your field of expertise from PHT and our partner institutions present your university to our students at the Outgoings Fair interested in an Erasmus mobility get valuable input and inspiration from our KA2 project VIRTUOUS, which focuses on using Collaborative Virtual Environments (CVE) to train teachers how to manage challenging student behaviour. http://virtuous.upatras.gr/ and enjoy Innsbruck, a city full of history and culture, and its surroundings in the heart of the Alps.

 

The link to registration will be available.

In the meantime, do not hesitate to contact our staff coordinator Daniel Riedl if you need any more information.

General Information

The Erasmus+ Programme also includes the possibility for lecturers and members of staff to visit our institution.

 

The teacher mobility is financially supported by the European Commission. On the basis of the Erasmus University Charter and the PHT partnerships, the lecturers have the opportunity to teach at one of the partner University and participate in further educational activities. The aim is to strengthen the partnerships between the PH Tirol and its partner institutions, it offers the possibility to learn about other learning methods, skills and to gain new experiences.

 

If you are interested in an Erasmus-Mobility at our institution please contact: Daniel Riedl

 

Students

Each semester we welcome up to 15 teacher students (bachelor level) within the Erasmus+ (KA131) and the Erasmus+ International Mobility program (KA171).

 

PHT offer study programs for teacher students in the fields of primary education, vocational education, information and communication pedagogy, nutrition and home economics, engineering and trades. 

 

If you have further questions, please contact our Erasmus+ incoming students coordinator Claudia Haas .

 

Datei(en)

Incomings

Welcome to Pädagogische Hochschule Tirol!

In order to be able to offer you a well-planned program at PHT, we ask you to contact the International Office at an early stage of planning your mobilitiy. 

 

Erasmus+ staff or teacher mobility

For information on staff or teacher mobility within Erasmus+, please contact: Daniel Riedl

Erasmus+ students

For information about studying a semester at our institution within the Erasmus+ program, please contact:  Claudia Haas (Erasmus+ Incoming Students Coordinator)

Staff Mobility

 

Erasmus+ for lecturers and staff

Lecturers and staff of PHT apply each year to take part at a mobility within the ERASMUS+ programm. Until mid of October the rectorate decides on the applications according to key issues and special subject focus.

 

Contact for further information and questions:
Daniel Riedl

Erasmus+ for students

 

Erasmus+, das Mobilitätsprogramm der EU, motiviert Jahr für Jahr zehntausende von Studierenden und Graduierten, einen Teil ihrer akademischen Ausbildung im Ausland zu erwerben.

Für Studierende mit Behinderung und Studierende mit Kindern stehen Zusatzförderungen zur Verfügung.

 

Erasmus + Studienaufenthalt

Bei einem "klassischen" Erasmus+ Auslandssemester studieren Sie drei bis zwölf Monate an einer unserer zahlreichen Partnerhochschulen.

Das EU-Programm Erasmus+ ermöglicht seit mehr als 30 Jahren Studierenden einen Teil ihres Studiums an einer anderen Universität in der EU und ausgewählter Partnerländer fortzusetzen. Finanziell wird ein solches Studium durch das ERASMUS-Mobilitätsstipendium unterstützt.
Auch die PHT nimmt an diesem Programm teil. Jedes Jahr nutzen an die 20-30 Studierende diese Chance, ihre österreichische Ausbildung durch eine europäische Variante zu erweitern und zu bereichern.
Voraussetzung für eine Teilnahme ist die positive Absolvierung der ersten 2 Studiensemester.
Die Aufenthaltsdauer im Ausland beträgt für PHT-Studierende drei bis zwölf Monate. Dabei können die Studierenden aus über 50 Partneruniversitäten oder Partnerhochschulen auswählen (siehe Partner).
Die Anrechnung der im Ausland absolvierten Lehrveranstaltungen wird durch die Erasmus-Charta der PHT garantiert. Es versteht sich von selbst, dass die ausgewählten LVs gut mit dem Curriculum der PHT abgestimmt werden.


Für weitere Informationen und eine persönliche Beratung wenden Sie sich bitte an 

Mag. Silvia Baldassari oder MMag Andrea Erlacher
Erasmus Outgoings Coordinators
 

 

Erasmus + Studienaufenthalt - Eckdaten

Wie lange?

2-12 Monate pro Studienniveau

Wie oft?

mehrmals, jedoch max. bis zu 12 Monate pro Studienniveau (Studienaufenthalte & Praktika zusammengezählt)

Wohin?

Partner-Unis in den EU-Mitgliedsstaaten, Norwegen, Island, Liechtenstein, Türkei, ehem. Jugoslawische Republik, Mazedonien

Wann?

ab dem 3. Semester laufend möglich

Stipendium?

390,- bis 490,- Euro pro Monat (je nach Zielland)
Zusatzförderungen für Studierende mit Behinderung und Studierende mit Kindern

Bewerbungsfrist?

an der PHT: ab November des Vorjahres
an der Partner-Uni: unterschiedlich,
für das Wintersemester meist Mitte April
für das Sommersemester meist Mitte Oktober

Ablauf der Bewerbung?

siehe Schritt für Schritt zum Auslandssemester  

Für Informationen und Rückfragen: Mag. Silvia Baldassari oder MMag Andrea Erlacher

Schritt für Schritt zum Auslandssemester

Informieren Sie sich auf unserer Website über den Ablauf, mögliche Gastuniversitäten und das Studienprogramm. Vereinbaren Sie ab November via E-Mail einen Termin für ein Erstgespräch mit Prof. Mag. Silvia Baldassari,  der zuständigen Koordinatorin für Erasmus+ Outgoing-Studierende. Teilnahme am Prozess zur Platzvergabe:
Um für einen Erasmus-Studienplatz nominiert zu werden, müssen Sie:

  •     am Info-Vortrag teilnehmen (verpflichtend, im März für Winter- UND Sommersemester)
  •     einen „Letter of Motivation“ verfassen
  •     an einem persönlichen Bewerbungsgespräch teilnehmen

Die Entscheidungen über die Platzvergabe treffen die Erasmus+ Koordinatorinnen der PHT.

  • Abgabe aller notwendigen Dokumente
  • vollständig und korrekt ausgefüllte Bewerbung
  • Nominierung an den Partnerinstitutionen durch das International Office der PHT
  • Nominierung an der HAUP durch das IO der PHT
  • Einreichung der erforderlichen Unterlagen an der HAUP für die finanzielle Abwicklung
  • fristgerechte Bewerbung an der Gastuniversität für Ihren Erasmus+ Aufenthalt
Erasmus+ Praktika

Damit verbringen Sie 2–12 Monate im europäischen Ausland und absolvieren ein Praktikum in Schulen, Unternehmen, Trainings- und Forschungseinrichtungen oder sonstigen Organisationen, das in Zusammenhang mit Ihrem Studium/zukünftigem Beruf steht.
Nach ihrem Studium können Sie in den Genuss eines Graduiertenstipendiums kommen.

Studierende der PH Tirol können sich auch für Erasmus-Praktika bewerben. Es bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit Berufserfahrung im Ausland zu erlangen, Sprachkenntnisse zu verbessern und interkulturelle Kompetenzen zu erlangen.
Auch als junge Graduierte können Sie ein Praktikum absolvieren. Das Graduierten-Praktikum muss jedoch bis max. 1 Jahr nach Abschluss des Studiums absolviert werden, die Anmeldung zum Erasmus Programm muss VOR Studiensabschluss erfolgen!
Eine Möglichkeit ist es, als Fremdspachenassistent/in an einer ausländischen Schule zu arbeiten. Informationen dazu finden Sie unter Weitere Infos finden Sie unter www.weltweitunterrichten.at und bei Mag. Silvia Baldassari oder MMag Andrea Erlacher

Erasmus+ Praktika - Eckdaten

Wie lange?

2-12 Monate pro Studienniveau

Wie oft?

mehrmals, jedoch max. bis zu 12 Monate pro Studienniveau (Studienaufenthalte & Praktika zusammengezählt)

Wohin?

alle EU-Mitgliedsstaaten, Norwegen, Island, Liechtenstein, Türkei, ehem. Jugoslawische Republik, Mazedonien

Was?

verpflichtendes oder freiwilliges, studienbezogenes Praktikum

Wann?

ab dem 3. Semester laufend möglich

Stipendium?

530,- bis 630,- Euro pro Monat (je nach Zielland)
Zusatzförderungen für Studierende mit Behinderung und Studierende mit Kindern

Bewerbungsfrist?

bis 6 Wochen vor Praktikumsstart bzw. für Graduierte VOR (!)  Studienabschluss

Weltweit unterrichten / Sprachassistenz

Haben Sie Interesse daran, Unterrichtserfahrung im Ausland zu sammeln? In ein anderes Schulsystem eingebunden zu sein? Ihre Sprachkenntnisse zu erweitern? Landeskunde hautnah zu erleben und interkulturelle Erfahrungen zu machen? Die Programme von "weltweit unterrichten" richten sich an Studierende sowie an österreichische Lehrende. Zusätzlich können Sie für diese Art von Auslandsaufenthalt auch um Förderung im Rahmen eines Erasmus+ Praktikums ansuchen.

Weitere Infos finden Sie unter www.weltweitunterrichten.at und bei Mag. Silvia Baldassari oder MMag Andrea Erlacher

Outgoings

 

Erasmus+ for students

Each year, 20-30 students take the opportunity to broaden their education and life experience in another European country. The duration of stay is between 3 to 6 months, PHT-students have the possibility to find their guest university among more than 30 partner universities and teacher education institutions (see Partner).

 

Contact for outgoing students: 
Mag. Silvia Baldassari; MMag. Andrea Erlacher

Erasmus+ for lecturers and staff

Lecturers and staff of PHT apply each year to take part at a mobility within the ERASMUS+ programm. Until mid of October the rectorate decides on the applications according to key issues and special subject focus.

 

Contact for further information and questions: 
Daniel Riedl

International Office

The International Office is responsible for Erasmus+ mobilities of students, lecturers and staff members at PHT. We also provide support and consultation for educational collaborations (nationally and internationally) as well as students, lecturers and staff members who want to engage in higher education programs of the European Union. The objectives in International mobility are defined in the Erasmus University Charter.

 

Our activities are being supported by the Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF) and the European Commission's Erasmus+ program.

 

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