YouTube
Instagram
Facebook
×

Erasmus+ for the Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff

Types of mobility for teaching / non-teaching staff:

  • Teaching - teaching staff, 2 days to 6 weeks (at least 8 hours of classes)
  • Training - teaching and non-teaching staff, 2 days to 6 weeks
  • Teaching - lecturers from companies outside the Republic of Croatia, from 2 days to 6 weeks (at least 8 hours of classes)

Mobility incoming staff for the purpose of teaching at the partner institutions is carried out solely on the basis of inter-institutional agreements concluded between the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology and foreign institutions that have been awarded the Erasmus University Charter.

There is no need to conclude an interinstitutional agreement for training. The relationship between the staff member and the respective institution is determined by the individual plan of work.

Mobility is possible only in a country participating in the Lifelong Learning Program (EU Member States, EFTA countries (excluding Switzerland), Turkey and Macedonia).


Information Sheet for Erasmus+ Mobility Agreements

NameUniversity of Zagreb
Faculty/ DepartmentFaculty of Forestry and Wood Technology
Erasmus codeHR ZAGREB01
AdressSvetošimunska 25, 10000 Zagreb
Country/ Country codeCroatia/ HR
Contact person, name and positionKatarina Korov (Ms), International Relations Coordinator
Contact person e-mail / phonekkorov@sumfak.unizg.hr / +385992633048
Name of the responsible personProf. Tibor Pentek, PhD

 

Aktualno

23.04.2021

Osmisli svoj idealan radni kutak

Pozivamo svu djecu osnovnih škola i srednjoškolce da se prijave na naš likovni natječaj „Osmisli svoj idealan radni kutak“!

14.04.2021

Zoom Webinar "Meet Unipd"

Webinar namjenjen studentima koji su zainteresirani za Erasmus+ studentsku razmjenu na University of Padua, Italija

26.03.2021

Imamo najljepše i najzdravije šume u Europi. Brinemo li se dovoljno o njima?

Fakultet šumarstva i drvne tehnologije u časopisu Universitas

21.03.2021

Na Fakultetu šumarstva i drvne tehnologije održan online stručni skup „Privatne šume u Republici Hrvatskoj – osnovni problemi i buduće gospodarenje s ciljem prilagodbe klimatskim promjenama“.

Povodom Međunarodnog dana šuma, 21. ožujka, Fakultet šumarstva i drvne tehnologije Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Hrvatski savez udruga privatnih šumovlasnika i Akademija šumarskih znanosti organizirali su online stručni skup „Privatne šume u Republici Hrvatskoj – osnovni problemi i buduće gospodarenje s ciljem prilagodbe klimatskim promjenama“.

Poslijediplomski doktorski studij šumarstva i drvne tehnologije