Erasmus+ Travels

Conditions for participation in student mobility

 

In order to apply for selection competitions for mobility under the ERASMUS + Sector Program, applicants must simultaneously meet the following conditions:

To be an active student at Dimitrie Cantemir University of Târgu Mureș;

Be a graduate of at least the first year of study;

To be integralists after the first exam session;

They received the approval of partner institutions interested in receiving students to study under the Erasmus + program;

The candidate’s competition file is correct and completely prepared and was submitted on time, within the time frame established at the University level.

Note: The selection takes place at the level of the faculty that offers mobility. You can only apply for the level of study you are enrolled at.

A student can benefit from several Erasmus mobilities provided that he/she does not exceed a total of 12 months of mobility for each study cycle (bachelor’s, master’s).

The mobility grant granted to students for study mobility is € 520 per month for mobility carried out in European countries. Exceptions are the countries Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Turkey, for which the mobility grant is € 470 per month.

Students with special needs will contact the Erasmus office for more information on the funding scheme.

 

Selection contest – is organized in two stages, namely:

-During the period May – July of each year for students from all cycles of education, bachelor and master, who want to complete internships in the first semester or the entire academic year;

– In the period October – November of each year for students from all cycles of education, bachelor and master, who want to complete internships in the second semester.

 

Selection criteria:

– To have good academic results in the previous academic year;

– Submit a request / letter of motivation.

 

Separation criteria:

– They have not benefited from Erasmus + mobility so far;

– The selection of students applying for Erasmus + mobility is made in the strictly descending order of the average obtained in the last semester, until the available funds are finished.

 

Composition of the application file for the selection competition:

– Candidate’s file;

– Certificate from the Secretary’s office showing that you are an integralist;

– CV format europass in English;

– Application to the Erasmus department;

– Letter of acceptance from the partner university the mobility will take place at, specifying the mobility period;

– Learning agreement for studies;

– Guarantee agreement;

– Copy of student ID card and guarantor ID card;

– Copy of the bank account;

– Financial contract (to be completed at the Erasmus department);

 

The selection committee for study and placement mobility is composed of:

Chairman of the selection committee:

Professor Mircea Simionescu, Rector

Members of the selection committee:

Univ. Lecturer Dr. Mihai Vodă, Director of International Relations

Univ. Lecturer Dr. Laura Avram, Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator

Conditions for participation in student mobility

 

In order to apply for selection competitions for mobility under the ERASMUS + Sector Program, applicants must simultaneously meet the following conditions:

To be an active student at Dimitrie Cantemir University of Târgu Mureș;

To be integralists;

They received the acceptance of some partner institutions interested in receiving students in practice within the Erasmus + program;

The candidate’s competition file is correct and completely prepared and was submitted on time, within the time frame established at the University level.

Note: The selection takes place at the level of the faculty that offers mobility. You can only apply for the level of study you are enrolled in.

A student can benefit from several Erasmus mobilities provided that he/she does not exceed a total of 12 months of mobility for each study cycle (bachelor’s, master’s).

Erasmus + internships can be carried out, with the consent of the faculty the student is enrolled in, at any time of the academic year (October 1st – September 30th). Exceptions are students from the Faculty of Medicine who will be able to carry out such internships only during the holidays.

The mobility grant awarded to students for placement mobility is € 720 per month for their mobility in European countries. The exceptions are the countries Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Turkey, for which the mobility grant is € 670 per month.

Students with special needs will contact the Erasmus office for more information on the funding scheme.

 

Selection contest – is organized in two stages, namely:

Between May and July of each year for students from all cycles of education, bachelor’s and master’s degree, who wish to complete internships in the first semester or the entire academic year;

Between October and November of each year for students from all cycles of education, bachelor and master, who want to complete placement internships starting in the second semester.

For placement internships, the selection can also be made as the acceptance of the admission of students in internships within the Erasmus + program throughout the academic year is obtained, until the available funds are finished.

 

Selection criteria

To have good academic results in the previous academic year;

To submit a request/letter of motivation.

 

Separation criteria

They have not benefited from Erasmus + mobility so far;

The selection of students applying for Erasmus + mobility is made in the strictly descending order of the average obtained in the last semester, until the available funds are finished.

 

Composition of the application file for the selection competition

– Candidate’s file;

– Certificate from the secretary office showing that you are an integralist;

– CV format Europass in English;

– Application to the Erasmus department;

– Letter of acceptance from the partner university or the company where the mobility will take place, specifying the mobility period;

– Learning agreement for training;

– Guarantee agreement;

– Copy of student ID card and guarantor ID card;

– Copy of the bank account;

– Financial contract (to be completed at the Erasmus department);

– Proof of civil and accident insurance (for placement).

 

The selection committee for study and placement mobility is composed of:

Chairman of the selection committee:

Professor Mircea Simionescu, Rector

Members of the selection committee:

Univ. Lecturer Prof. Mihai Vodă, Director of International Relations

Univ. Lecturer Prof. Laura Avram, Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator

  Documents:

 

– Registration form for teachers (Rector’s Order) (docx.);

-Delivery program for mobility (Forms):

  • between program countries (EU) (docx.);
  • with partner countries (Non-EU) (docx.);

 

Conditions for participation in teaching mobility:

In order to apply for selection competitions in order to obtain mobility within the ERASMUS + Project, applicants must simultaneously meet the following conditions:

Only employees with a basic position at Dimitrie Cantemir University can benefit from Erasmus mobility;

priority will be given to those who have not benefited from Erasmus mobility;

the selection takes place centrally within the Department of International Relations.

deadline for submitting files for the academic year 2019-2020 – November 8th, 2019

 

The first things you need to decide are:

  1. The semester in which you will carry out the teaching mobility (TA)

can be performed until September 30, 2020 for the academic year 2019/2020

teaching mobility (TA) cannot be carried out during holidays, exam sessions or internships at the partner university on weekends;

  1. The exact period of mobility.

the minimum period of a mobility is 2 days for mobilities between program countries (EU) and 5 days for mobilities with partner countries (Non-EU);

the number of mobilities is explicitly established by the bilateral agreement underlying each mobility in the ERASMUS + Sector Program (this number is reported to ANPCDEFP in February and approved by it);

 

Approaches in order to obtain the Rector’s Order:

– the approval of the trip by the Rector of the faculty and its submission to DRI (Department of International Relations) together with:

– copy of the official invitation;

– teaching program with a minimum of 8 hours approved by the partner university (LA-TA section Before the Mobility)

– the form for the Financial Contract (can be obtained from the ERASMUS coordinator at the faculty)

 

Documents required for the statement:

copy of the Rector’s Order;

certificate of participation signed at the partner university attesting the period of travel and minimum 8 hours of teaching;

the teaching program signed at the partner university;

statement with input and output data – Return form (docx.);

Documents:

-Application form for academic staff Order of the Rector

-Training program for mobility (forms):

  • between program countries (EU) (docx.);
  • with partner countries (Non-EU) (docx.);

 

Conditions for participation in training mobilities

 

In order to apply for selection competitions in order to obtain mobility within the ERASMUS + Project, applicants must simultaneously meet the following conditions:

Only employees with a basic position at Dimitrie Cantemir University can benefit from Erasmus mobility;

the selection takes place at a centralized level within the Department of International Relations;

deadline for submitting files for the academic year 2019-2020 – November 8th, 2019;

 

The first things you need to decide are:

 

  1. The semester in which you will carry out staff training mobility;

can be performed until September 30, 2020 for the academic year 2019/2020;

  1. The exact period of mobility.

the minimum period of a mobility is 2 days for mobilities between program countries (EU) and 5 days for mobilities with partner countries (Non-EU);

the number of mobilities is explicitly established by the bilateral agreement underlying each mobility in the ERASMUS + Project (this number is reported to ANPCDEFP in February and approved by it);

 

Approaches in order to obtain the Rector’s Order:

 

The steps that must be taken in order to obtain the Rector’s Order are:

– the approval of the trip by the Dean of the faculty and its submission to DRI (Department of International Relations) together with:

– the staff training program approved by the partner university (Learning Agreement – Before The Mobility section);

– the form for the Financial Contract (can be obtained from the ERASMUS coordinator at the faculty).

 

Documents required for the statement:

 

  • copy of the Rector’s Order;
  • certificate of participation signed at the partner university attesting the period of travel;
  • the staff training program signed at the partner university;
  • statement with input and output data (Return form) (docx.);