If you work for another European University and are interested in an Erasmus Staff Exchange (teaching or training) at the TEI of Epirus, then the following information should help you in applying for an exchange with us.
Instructions for Academic Staff
a. Expression of Interest
First identify the department you would like to have an exchange with. Call or email the relevant professor, including a CV, to show your area of expertise and how an exchange would benefit both universities.
You can find office contact details through the page below:
List of Academic Departments at the TEI of Epirus
The department will consider how the visit fits with their plan of work and academic timetables. If the department is happy to host you and you have found a suitable time, the department will need to work with the Institutional Erasmus Coordinator of TEI of Epirus to sign the Erasmus agreement (if it does not already exist). The agreement must be signed by both institutions before the exchange commences.
Check with your home university which documents they will need to verify your exchange. These can include a teaching plan, expenses sheets, a mobility agreement etc. Work with the hosting department in TEI of Epirus on the teaching programme. The mobility agreement and the teaching programme should be forwarded to Erasmus Office of TEI of Epirus (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Finalise your travel dates with your departmental contact. Visiting staff usually make their own arrangements for travel and accommodation but the TEI of Epirus can offer some recommendations on local hotels.
d. Your Visit
We hope this will be enjoyable as well as challenging. You should spend the majority of your time on teaching at the host department. A visit to the International Office is not mandatory, however the team is available to discuss a specific bilateral agreement and to sign any documentation you need. In this case, please email us (email@example.com) to set up a meeting.
e. After the visit
Submit travel expenses and any final reports to your sending university. Make further contact with your host department, to offer their staff the prospect of visiting you in return.