Faculty of Medical Sciences|NOVA Medical School (FCM|NMS) staff mobility can take two forms: for teaching assignments (STA - Staff Teaching Assignment) at a Partner Higher Education Institution (HEI) or for training (STT - Staff and Teacher Training) at an HEI or other European organization considered relevant in professional terms.

  •  Faculty of Medical Sciences|NOVA Medical School teaching staff


The participant must carry out their mobility activity in any country of the Programme + partner countries listed below, other than the country of the sending organization and the country of residence.

The countries participating in the Erasmus+ Program are: Denmark, Finland; Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Spain, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia and Turkey. The following partner countries are also eligible: United Kingdom, Switzerland, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican State.


From 2 days to two months, excluding travel time. All mobility must take place by 31/10/2023.


STA - the maximum period funded for each mobility will be 5 working days. It is compulsory to teach a minimum of 8 hours per week.

STT - the maximum period funded for each mobility will be 5 working/training days.


STA – any European Higher Education Institution holding the Erasmus Charter (except partner countries indicated) and with which there is a valid Bilateral Erasmus Agreement with NOVA Medical School.

STT - any host organization in one of the program's European countries.



The beneficiary will receive a Community grant as a contribution to their living costs during the period spent abroad, in particular:

Host country Daily amount (EUR)


Denmark, Finland; Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden

+ Partner Countries: United Kingdom and Switzerland




Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Spain

+ Partner Countries: Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican State


Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia and Turkey 100

To the daily subsistence allowance will be added a contribution towards travel costs, based on the distance of the journey using the European Commission's distance calculator.

Travel distances


Normal trip







Between 100 and 499 km; 180 EUR per participant 210 EUR per participant
Between 500 e 1999 km; 275 EUR per participant 320 EUR per participant
Between 2000 e 2999 km; 360 EUR per participant 410 EUR per participant
Between 3000 e 3999 km; 530 EUR per participant 610 EUR per participant
Between 4000 e 7999 km; 820 EUR per participant -------------
8000 km or more: 1500 EUR per participant -------------

NOTE 1: the "travel distance" represents the distance between the places of origin and destination; the "amount" covers the contribution to the round trip.

NOTE 2: an ecological trip is one in which most of the journey is made by low-emission means of transport, such as train, bus or car sharing. This must be proven by the participant.


Priority will be given to those applying for the first time and then to those who have been mobile for longer.


The results will be published on Moodle, in the Mobility Center tab, and communicated to all candidates directly by email.

To search for STT mobility opportunities and obtain information on Staff Training events organized in Europe, we recommend using the platform IMOTION.




Before mobility

  • Teaching Staff Form
  • Mobility Agreement for Teaching
  • Copy of NIB (with ownership)
  • Valid Erasmus+ agreement
  • Scholarship contract


Before mobility

  • Staff file
  • Mobility Agreement for Training
  • Copy of NIB (with ownership)
  • Scholarship contract


After mobility

  • Declaration of stay (STA and STT)
  • Copy of flight ticket (STA and STT)
  • Submission of Erasmus mobility report (online)
  • Send a detailed report of the activities carried out during the mobility to the following email address, with knowledge of report should focus on the impact of the mobility on the home institution and the host institution, including, where applicable:
    1. the duration, audience and content of each meeting;
    2. the impact of these meetings on your daily activity;
    3. how the practices observed could contribute to changes in your home institution;
    4. how your mobility could have an impact on the host institution.

The report will be assessed by the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator and Vice-Rector for International Development, Prof. Dr. João Amaro de Matos, and will be discussed with the Faculty of Medical Sciences|NOVA Medical School representative on the CAI (Commission for Monitoring Internationalization).

In cases of insufficient evaluation, the beneficiary will no longer be eligible for the following year's applications (12 months after the evaluation date of the report).

NOTE: Erasmus mobilities are allowed without a grant. These are participants who do not receive any EU grant for travel and subsistence, but who meet all the other criteria for staff mobility and benefit from all the advantages of the program.