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All staff mobility applications need to be done through our application portal Mobility Online. The links to the online application form can be found below.
The complete application must be submitted at least 4 weeks before the start of the planned staff mobility.
UZH staff can use as login their UZH shortname and the password for the Webpass, which is set in the Identity Manager.
After filling in the online application form, you can use the following link to complete your application and upload the required documents before and after your mobility: Mobility Online
Taking on a teaching assignment at a European partner university helps instructors improve their teaching skills and develop an international network. The Swiss-European Mobility Programme supports staff mobility for teaching appointments with an allowance for travel and living expenses.
Teaching staff can apply for a grant to cover part of their travel and living expenses in connection with a teaching assignment at a European partner institution. The program also covers Ph.D. students, who are employed at UZH. The teaching assignment must include at least 8 hours of instruction and last from a minimum of 2 consecutive days to a maximum of 10 days per semester.
The Swiss-European Mobility Programme enables university employees to pursue further training at a European partner university or a European company with the aim of promoting dialogue between Swiss and European institutions. Types of trainings include job-shadowing, short working periods, or attending workshops.
The program awards UZH staff an allowance for travel and living expenses. A stay lasts between a minimum of two consecutive days and a maximum of five days.
Priority for funding will be given to activities with an administrative focus. For activities with an academic purpose, please refer to STA mobility.
As a result of budget cuts, there are currently very limited funds available.
Within the framework of the SEMP, based on the call for projects 2021 and 2022, financial aid is now available to participants who choose to travel to and from their destination using a means of transport generating lower CO2 emissions than the plane. Your travel expenses will be refunded with a more advantageous flat rate if you are able to submit proof of travel by train, bus or car pooling (e.g. copy of the original travel ticket/s or app confirmation) at the end of your stay. In justified cases, additional travel days can further be subsidized (up to 2 days per travel direction).
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Instructors and staff with special needs can apply for additional subsidies to cover extra costs incurred during their mobility stay due to their disability. If you would like to make use of this offer, please contact Alice Ragueneau or the Disability Office.