The Erasmus+ program and the DAAD are two common ways to fund a research stay. There are many other option that we can look into together on a case-by-case basis. Your university abroad may also offer financial support, such as a travel allowance.
The ERASMUS+ program of the European Union funds guest lectureships lasting between two days (minimum duration of the course at Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences: eight hours) and eight weeks. A prerequisite for funding is that your university and Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences have concluded an ERASMUS agreement. Please contact the ERASMUS Institutional Coordinator at your university for information on funding opportunities and application procedures.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) offers a variety of funding programs for faculty mobility. Please use the DAAD scholarship database to look for funding opportunities for your project.
If you wish to teach a course on one of our summer programs or to be responsible for a course for an entire semester, the university may give you a paid teaching assignment, subject to individual assessment and special conditions.