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Exchange Programmes

1, The ERASMUS programme

of the European Union, it is a grant for academic staff exchange. The Office of International Education/National Office of ERASMUS awards the grants and receives applications.

The Lifelong Learning Programme action encompasses mobility of teaching staff from higher education institutions going to partner higher education institutions. Within the Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus, we welcome teaching staff from all of our partner universities. The purpose is to allow the beneficiaries to learn by transfer of knowledge or know-how from the experiences and good practices of a partner institution, and thereby to acquire practical skills relevant for their current job and their professional development.

A teaching staff exchange usually lasts 1 week. Each visit must contain a minimum of 1 hour (80 minutes) making an essential contribution to the academic programme at the host institution.

As a prerequisite, the teaching staff exchange must be included in a bilateral Erasmus agreement of the CUB with the partner institution. The academic staffs of both partner institutions are supposed to agree on the date, duration, form and content of a visit well in advance. To find out if your university is already our partner, please click here.

Firstly please submit your application at your home university according to the application procedure. Financial support  will be awarded by your home institution. For more details please contact your institutional or faculty Erasmus coordinator.

At the end of your stay you will get a certificate about your teaching activities at Corvinus University from the faculty or department where you have given lectures.

Application form of Erasmus Staff Exchange

2, Bilateral agreements

There are several bilateral agreements in place with universities in the United States, Russia, and elsewhere. They are primarily based on academic/non-academic staff exchange. These do not involve grants, except perhaps of the partner institution.

A teaching staff exchange usually lasts 1 week. Each visit must contain a minimum of 1 hour (80 minutes) making an essential contribution to the academic programme at the host institution.

As a prerequisite, the teaching staff exchange must be included in a bilateral agreement of the CUB with the partner institution. The academic staffs of both partner institutions are supposed to agree on the date, duration, form and content of a visit well in advance. To find out if your university is already our partner, please click here.

3, Intensive courses

We are convinced that the exchange of teachers will add even more international aspects to our students’ competences. Lecturers from abroad will bring new information and other ways of teaching. Our students will extend their knowledge through learning about other methods than the ones already taught at Corvinus.

We will be very pleased to receive lecturers from abroad. You can have the possibility to offer a full course in 1 or 2 weeks (6-7 times of 80-minute classes) with a final exam at our Faculty. 

If you are interested, please send us an email describing your work area and fields of interest, your CV, your syllabus and a possible date of visit, in order to direct you to the right department/colleague and help you.

4, IMESS Erasmus Mundus Grant

This is the international environment of visiting guest lectures and researchers, and a programme where international students and Hungarian students study together, which enhance the opportunities for learning and understanding of intercultural aspects.

With the aim of promoting knowledge exchange, the IMESS consortium invites outstanding academic scholars to apply for a visiting fellowship minimum of 2 weeks, funded by the European Union, to be spent at our Faculty. 

During your stay you can offer a full course in 1 or 2 weeks (6-7 times of 80-minute classes) with a final exam, and you are able to do some research as well.

To read more about this programme, please click here.

Application form for IMESS fellowship programme

5, CEEPUS Exchange

The Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS) is another programme the University participates in. The CEEPUS programme promotes academic mobility in Central and Eastern Europe for the citizens of the members of the CEEPUS countries.

The members include:
    * Albania,
    * Austria,
    * Bosnia and Herzegovina,
    * Bulgaria,
    * Croatia,
    * The Czech Republic,
    * Hungary,
    * Macedonia,
    * Montenegro,
    * Poland,
    * Romania,
    * Serbia,
    * Slovakia
    * and Slovenia.
    * Kosovo is also participating.

Each CEEPUS country has (one or more) universities that participates in the programme that applicants can choose from. The program provides comprehensive grants, i.e. designed to cover costs of living, housing, and insurance.

Please submit your application at your home university with an online registration at the website of the Central CEEPUS Office. You will get information about being accepted and about the scholarship from the Hungarian National CEEPUS Office.

It is advisable to inform the CEEPUS coordinator of the Corvinus University right after the selection. Please give the exact description of your study field and a short description of your lecture(s) you are going to give at Corvinus University.

For more information, please visit the following website: http://www.ceepus.info/

Contact us

Please let us know, at the earliest opportunity, the details of your planned stay, using our registration form.

For further details, please contact us: info.economics(at)uni-corvinus(dot)hu.

 

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