Erasmus is not just for students. With the Erasmus scholarships for staff & professors, we promote the exchange between our staff and teachers with our partner institutions. It is a great opportunity to share good practices and create links between the IED and other institutions.
Call for participants for KA171
The Erasmus Program Countries are the 28 EU member countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey. While associated countries are all other countries in the world. Action K171 encourages mobility between associated countries.
Call for KA131 Staff and Professors
Action K131 encourages mobility between program countries. You can choose from our partner´s institutions for which we have an Erasmus agreement. Below you will find the offer for Staff and Professors.
For all of the information about how to apply for the Erasmus Scholarship for Staff or Professors, read carefully the call from the links below:
Bases Legales for Erasmus + Professors
Bases Legales for Erasmus + Staff
How to apply for the scholarship?
- Application Form
- Curriculum Vitae
- Motivation Letter including the Teaching Plan (professors) or Training Plan (staff)
- Copy of DNI/passport/TIE en vigor.
- Copy of medical insurance / European Health Insurance
- Language Certificate (optional)
All of the documentation should be sent before the established deadline via e-mail (max. 5Mb), or via WeTransfer to the following contacts:
IED Madrid: Diego Rivera, email@example.com
IED Barcelona: Esther Venegas, firstname.lastname@example.org
IED Kunsthal Bilbao: Oficina Internacional, email@example.com
Calendar for the Call
- December 9th – Call opens
- February 7th – Call closes
- February 17th – Resolution
- February 24th – Acceptance of the scholarship
- February 25th - Mandatory meeting for clearing of the procedures
Here is my story about my experience as a professor at ESAD, College of Art and Design of Oporto.
Thanks to the Erasmus scholarship, I was able to speak to professors in Portugal about topics related to the course I teach at IED. It's surprising to find so many differences in countries so close to us. They may have less influence in the comic world but; nevertheless, have a strong trajectory and developed narrative in illustration albums. Many of their courses are focused on the sequential drawing discipline.
During the three days, I was able to become familiar with the school, work with students and other Erasmus professors who I coincided with. I was grateful to visit the city not as a tourist. In the Faculty of Fine Arts, I met more illustration profesores and they showed me places in the city focused on drawing such as the gallery of Senhora Presidenta, where they share a workspace between professors and students. I recommend this experience to my fellow professors both a professional and personal level. It is an exchange of knowledge and a way to make new contacts.
*Professor of Illustration of IED
My weeklong stay in Helsinki, visiting the prestigious Aalto University, has helped me to understand the organization of a large campus where very different academic disciplines converge. The week was full of conferences and seminars, resulting in a profuse investigation and publication that is encouraged from Aalto. At the same time, I had the opportunity to explore the Design Factory which has been the reference for many multidisciplinary platforms in the world including the young Fusion Point in which IED participants.
*Staff of the Design School of IED