The EUGLOH Visiting Guest Lecturer Programme will enable teachers to offer guest lectures and make it easy for course leaders to find lectures among their EUGLOH colleagues. It may also enable contacts that can lead to the creation of joint courses, joint programmes, or transnational teaching innovation groups, or any other type of collaboration.
In the pilot phase of this programme, EUGLOH facilitates for course/module coordinators (mainly bachelor's and master's degree level), although other teaching activities can be considered of those interested in the participation of EUGLOH colleagues when teaching their subjects.
The mobilities can be virtual, physical, or blended. A physical mobility can be funded by the Erasmus+ Programme at lecturer’s home university if it meets the Erasmus+ requirements.
Mobility of academic staff, either physical, blended, or virtual, is a key aspect in the internationalization of higher education and one of the main priorities of the European Commission in the field of education.
The teacher mobility will also become an important tool to improve the quality of the study programmes both in the sending and receiving institutions. It is expected to have a positive impact on the individual teaching skills and the career development of academic staff.
How to apply
If you are interested in receiving a lecturer to participate in your teaching activity during 2024, please submit the information indicated here. The deadline for indicating teaching opportunities is December 11th, 2023.
After the deadline, lecturers can contact email@example.com about any teaching activity that implies the collaboration of another colleague from EUGLOH.
A catalogue of teaching opportunities will be published on the EUGLOH website by the end of December 2023. The lecturers interested in participating will then be able to contact the proposers. The course leaders and the guest lecturer will discuss the collaboration in the teaching activities between themselves.
Make sure to keep the EUGLOH team at firstname.lastname@example.org updated about the progress of the activity.