Mobility outside Europe
The International Credit Mobility programme provides opportunity for collaboration and exchange between so-called programme countries (countries in Europe that participate in the Erasmus+ programme) and so-called partner countries (non-European countries that participate in some parts of the Erasmus+ programme).
Teaching staff at higher education institutions have the opportunity to teach at a higher education institution in another country. Other staff members, teaching and otherwise, also have the opportunity to conduct job shadowing or undertake other forms of knowledge sharing.
Higher education institutions can also invite employees from businesses or organisations to teach.
Students at all levels (first, second and third cycle) can study for 3–12 months in another country. The student needs to be registered at a Swedish higher education institution to apply.
ERASMUS CHARTER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION