Staff Mobility

Incoming Teachers and University Staff

FH Campus Wien regularly welcomes teachers and staff from our international partner universities for teaching and training purposes.

Interested teachers and staff members from our partner universities should contact the respective degree program or department to discuss the contents of the planned mobility. The International Office will be glad to help you establish contact or design a program and will assist you in organizing your stay.

Further important information about your stay at FH Campus Wien can be found in our Handbook for Incoming Teachers. Your contact person in our International Office is Christiane Höggerl (christiane.hoeggerl@fh-campuswien.ac.at).

Funding Programs

[Translate to en:] Kreis aus gelben Sternen auf blauem Hintergrund, Logo Erasmus+

The ERASMUS+ program makes it possible for us to invite teachers and staff from our partner universities as well as employees from companies to FH Campus Wien for educational and training purposes.

Incoming teachers must hold at least eight teaching units on two consecutive days. Interested teachers should speak with the appropriate contact at their university ahead of time to see if ERASMUS+ funding is available.

Invited incoming lecturers from companies are financed through the ERASMUS+ funds of FH Campus Wien. Since all documents must be issued by the International Office of FH Campus Wien, please contact the International Office in good time.

Administrative staff from our partner universities can also apply to their home universities for ERASMUS+ funding for training stays of two to five days. Please contact the International Office of FH Campus Wien in good time to coordinate your stay.

This project is funded with support from the European Commission. The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the author(s); the Commission is not responsible for the further use of the information contained therein.

Outgoing Teachers and University Staff

The mobility of teachers and staff contributes significantly to the internationalization of FH Campus Wien. It enables our teachers and staff to network with colleagues across borders, to gain new perspectives for teaching and research and to expand their expertise in their own field of work.

The International Office and the international coordinators of the degree programs will be pleased to inform you about funding opportunities and the offer of our international partner universities in the field of teaching, research and training.

Funding Programs

[Translate to en:] Kreis aus gelben Sternen auf blauem Hintergrund, Logo Erasmus+

The ERASMUS+ program enables teachers and staff of European universities to exchange information across borders and stay abroad for teaching and training purposes. Teachers and staff have the opportunity to receive travel and subsistence benefits through this program. More detailed information on ERASMUS+ Staff Mobility can be found in our checklist.

This project is funded with support from the European Commission. The sole responsibility for the content of this publication lies with the author(s); the Commission is not responsible for the further use of the information contained therein.

Similar to the ERASMUS+ program, the Swiss European Mobility Program (SEMP) offers teachers and staff the opportunity to teach and train at partner universities in Switzerland. The financial support for the SEMP program is handled entirely by the Swiss partner universities. Therefore, it is imperative to first consult with our partners in Switzerland.

As part of the INUAS network, it is possible to participate in international programs at the Munich University of Applied Sciences and the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. The FH-internal support is aimed primarily at teachers of those degree programs who want to make an active contribution to the Summer and Winter Schools of our INUAS partners. Katharina Kloser (katharina.kloser@fh-campuswien.ac.at) and Daniel Haag (daniel.haag@fh-campuswien.ac.at) will be happy to inform you about the exchange possibilities within the framework of INUAS.