International

For staff

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HU employees can receive funding for vocational further training abroad. Possible formats include job shadowing, staff training weeks, workshops, language courses. You can find out how this works and what funding you can apply for here.

There are two Erasmus+ programmes that make this possible. The most direct option is offered by Erasmus+ Programme Countries (Europe). But further training with Erasmus+ Partner Countries (worldwide) is also available outside the European Union if certain requirements are met.

    • Fur­ther ed­u­ca­tion

      Erasmus+ Europa

      Through the Erasmus+ programme, HU staff members can receive funding for workplace-related further education and training abroad. You can read here about how this works and which funding is available for your stay abroad.

    • Aca­d­e­mics & staff

      Erasmus+ worldwide

      With Erasmus+, you can go on business trips to Partner Countries as university staff members. You can find out here which projects are funded and how the application for the programme works.

    • Third round: Flex funds for co­op­er­a­tion with strate­gic HU part­ners

      Call for applications

      Researchers, teaching staff and administrative staff can now apply for internal HU funding to initiate collaborations with our strategic partner universities in Princeton, São Paulo (USP) and Zurich (UZH) as well as with our partners in London (KCL), Toronto (UofT) and Canberra (ANU)!

    • Be­come a Cir­cle U. Am­bas­sador!

      Circle U.

      Had a good experience with Circle U.? Interested in letting other HU members know? Then get in touch and become an ambassador for our European university alliance. We are looking for students, academics and admin colleagues.

    • Cir­cle U. Seed Fund­ing Call 2024: ap­ply now!

      Call for applications

      Are you a student, researcher or administrative staff member within Circle U. looking to fund new collaborative projects? The Circle U. Seed Funding Call 2024 is your chance to bring innovative ideas to life and strengthen our international academic community