The Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences will support mobilities of doctoral students and employees to Iran as part of the ongoing university-wide Erasmus+ credit mobility project. The partner university in this project is the University of Tehran, Faculty of Natural Resources. Mobilities must be carried out by the end of July 2022!
International Credit Mobility KA107 is one of the components of the Erasmus + program, which enables mobilities of students and employees from a program country (the Czech Republic) to countries outside the EU. As part of credit mobility, a higher education institution in a program country (Czech Republic) may send students, doctoral students and staff to higher education institutions in a partner country and vice versa.
The credit mobility project with the University of Tehran makes it possible to finance practical traineeships for 2 doctoral students lasting 4 months (1 student will spend 2 months in Iran). Students can participate in mobility if they have not yet exhausted 12 months for an Erasmus+ mobility during each level of study. The project does not offer mobilities for FFWS bachelor's and master's degree students.
Employees have the opportunity to go for teaching mobility. The project allows for 5 employees for a total of 50 days (1 employee can spend 10 days in Iran). Employees have an extra 2 days to travel there and back. Each teacher is obliged to teach at least 8 hours per week.
Project participants will be selected in a selection procedure.
The first round of the selection procedure will take place online in MS Teams on August 9, 2021 at 9:00 AM. The deadline for applications is on August 6, 2021.
Each applicant needs to attend a motivation interview conducted in English with the representatives of Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences, CZU Prague. The staff will be selected based on the publication activity; PhD students are required to submit following documents together with their application:
- CV in English
- Letter of Motivation in English
- Complete Transcript of Records
Outgoing staff and doctoral students will receive the necessary visa documents and information from the Erasmus + coordinator of the University of Tehran, Prof. Masoumeh Malek (firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com).
For more information, please contact the project coordinators:
Ing. Adéla Česenková (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ing. Kateřina Navrátilová (email@example.com)