• Firstly, we will need you to complete the Mobility Agreement for Teaching/Mobility Agreement for Training (MA) signed by both parties, you and the person responsible at your institution and the people responsible at MENDELU, please send us a scanned copy of your MA to
  • Don´t forget that the minimum of teaching hours is 8 hours per 5 days, meaning 1,6 hours for each day of the mobility period. The first day of your mobility must be stated on the MA as the first day of your stay at MENDELU. The last day is the final day of your mobility (travel days are not included in MA).
  • Make sure that you arrange travel and health insurance covering the entirety of your stay, the valid insurance is also precondition for grant payment and has to be sent in advance to
  • Arrange a meeting with one of our department members to sign your Grant Agreement and arrange the first payment of your financial support. 


  • On the first day of your mobility you should come to the arranged meeting at the International Relations Office (IRO) at MENDELU Rectorate, where a member of the Credit Mobility team will take care of you. After you sign the Grant Agreement you will be accompanied to the cash office and you will receive the first payment (100% of travel expenses and 70% of financial support for your stay).
  • You will participate in your teaching/training activities and social events at the university.
  • You need to fill in a Questionnaire about your stay, mentioning the personal benefits gained from your mobility. This report, together with the Confirmation of Teaching/Training Period is to be handed in to a Credit Mobility team staff member who will accompany you to the cash office for the second payment (30% of the financial support). If you need a specific certificate of your stay for your university, please let us know in advance and we will prepare it for you (  


  • You will receive an email with a link to a form named EU-survey, it is obligatory for every participant to fill this in as it is a precondition of financing the mobility from EU financial sources.