For each student intake, the ASC consortium will invite 5 scholars/guest lecturers holding an outstanding academic and/or professional profile to participate in the programme.
Applicants may come from both Program and Partner Countries and their involvement is expected to bring added value to each student intake in terms of student-centered teaching/lecturing, research activities, Master thesis support, academic/professional networking, etc.
The guest lecturers will be recruited as far as possible among ASC partners’ institutional networks in order to strengthen links and support our institutional strategies for internationalization. The aim is to include them to the ASC community on a long-term basis.
Invited scholars may take over a role as professor in one ASC module, give courses, evaluate exams and advise students or give a conference and act as observer of their host’s education and examination methods. They will provide a report on their activities including the results of their observations which will feed the reflections of the ASC academic board and produce a benchmark of best practices in teaching methods.
Guest lecturers may intervene in any of the five universities of the consortium :
– University of Lille (France)
– Leipzig university (Germany)
– University of Helsinki (Finland)
– Jagiellonian university in Krakow (Poland)
– University of Bologna (Italy)
Guest lecturers need to have a good level in English since it is the language of instruction of the Master programme.
A scholar/guest lecturer paid by other EU funding schemes (including other Erasmus+ actions) cannot be considered eligible.
Scholars/guest lecturers’ mobility is eligible in the following cases:
mobility between the partners of the consortium (including to/from associated partners);
mobility from outside the consortium, in case such mobility is clearly linked to the Master course.
SCHOLARS/GUEST LECTURERS’ REMUNERATION
Invited scholars/guest lecturers will be offered a scholarship to cover travel and accommodation costs and pay a remuneration which will amount to 1 200 euros for a week (or up to 1800 euros for a week depending on the distance between sending institution and receiving institution).
A « week » is defined as minimum 4 out of 7 consecutive calendar days. It is not possible to consider 8 consecutive days as 2 weeks.
Guest lecturers will be engaged for a period of 3 weeks maximum.
Scholars holding an outstanding academic and/or professional profile will fill in an application file
and send it to:
The application shall include the following documents and information:
- Application form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Personal letter of application
- List of published works
- Copy of passport