The University of Vienna Non-EU Teaching Mobility Program

The University of Vienna has announced the 8th call of its Non-EU Teaching Mobility Program. The program supports short-term teaching visits of faculty members from partner universities outside of Europe. A number of UQ staff have been successful in attaining teaching mobility grants in previous rounds.

In support of your existing collaborations, you are encouraged to discuss an application for this mobility program with an academic counterpart at the University of Vienna. One of the directorates of studies must approve your intent to undertake a teaching assignment.

Supported initiatives

15-90 days as a guest professor with a teaching assignment comprising a blocked course of 30 in-class contact hours. Invited candidates receive a work contract with the University of Vienna for up to 90 days.

Language of instruction: English or, exceptionally, in language teaching programmes the specific language of instruction

Funding details

  • Work contract up to 90 days
  • Travel expense is reimbursed up to € 2000 upon providing settled invoices

How to apply

  1. Get in contact with a University of Vienna faculty member in your specific academic field to secure support for the planned teaching visit. One of the directorates of studies at the University of Vienna must approve your intent to undertake a teaching assignment.
  2. Complete the application form and organise the documents listed below.
  3. Upon receipt of a signed recommendation letter from one of the directorates of studies at the University of Vienna, applicants are asked to merge the documents specified below into one single PDF and submit it to staffmobility@univie.ac.at.

Your application must include the following documents as a single PDF:

  • Completed application form
  • CV
  • List of publications
  • Syllabus of the proposed course
  • Letter of recommendation by at least one directorate of studies of the University of Vienna
  • Letter of support from UQ detailing your teaching experience

Contact

At UQ

Global Strategy and Partnerships Team, UQ Global Engagement

At the University of Vienna

Mr Maxmilian Kudler and Ms Brigitta Moravec, International Office

For research higher degree students

The University of Queensland and the University of Vienna also have a unique research higher degree exchange agreement in place providing an opportunity for research students to participate in international research collaboration. For more information please contact the UQ Graduate School or visit the website.

Key dates

Closes 1 July 2017 (for courses planned between March 2018 and June 2018)

Successful applicants will be informed by the University of Vienna approximately two months after this deadline

Documents and Forms