- International Relations Office
- International Cooperation
- International Students
The EEA Grants and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities and to strengthening bilateral relations with 16 EU countries in Central and Southern Europe and the Baltics.
Mobility of staff:
This action provides funding for the following:
- teaching missions of a duration between 2 days and two weeks (excluding travel time) for teaching staff from Romanian universities in an DS university and reciprocally (minimum 8 teaching hours per week are compulsory);
- participation in seminars, workshops, training courses, study visits, conferences, job shadowing for teaching and non-teaching staff from Romanian universities in an institution from a DS and reciprocally; the duration is between 2 days and 1 week;
UAB and hosting institutions will first agree on a work programme to be followed by the staff undertaking the mobility (teaching or training). The Programme will contain at least the following: the scope and general objectives of the mission, the expected results and a concrete schedule for the entire period. When it is about a member of the teaching staff undertaking a teaching mission, the mission should be initiated within an inter-institutional agreement existing between UAB and host institutions.
Beneficiaries are selected by UAB through a clear and transparent process. They will be considered "EEA beneficiaries" and equivalent to "Erasmus staff".
Special needs beneficiaries can request a specific grant after their selection for a mobility period.