Dear international faculty members and staff, let us welcome you in or page. Faculty exchange programs are an important part of the University of UCU’s internationalization strategy. Each year more than 60 international faculty members are lecturing in UCU under Erasmus+, Fulbright and other conditions.
Services for international faculty
UCU International Office provides several services to guest researchers, guest professors, guest lecturers and administrative staff from other universities. Examples of some of the services provided include accommodation, assistance with visa issues and a guide for incoming personnel.
School of Ukrainian Language and Culture also provides courses of Ukrainian language and culture at different levels for guests. The aim of the course is to give guests a deeper insight into Ukrainian culture and provide a forum to network and meet other visitors.
If you would like to visit UCU to perform teaching or training activities, please consider these options:
1. Exchange under conditions of Bilateral Agreements with Partner Institutions
Ukrainian Catholic University has over 50 bilateral agreements with different international universities. Short and long term visits for teaching and research staff are possible in the framework of those bilateral agreements. The duration, financial and practical conditions, as well as eligible candidates are specified in each individual case and Agreement.
2. Exchange under Erasmus+
With Erasmus+ Programme and signed Inter-institutional agreements with Partner Universities, opportunities are available to spend time teaching or training at the UCU, which can last a minimum of 5 days and maximum of 2 months.
Find out more about Erasmus+ Staff Teaching and Staff Training opportunities.
A series of frequently asked questions and answers for Erasmus+ staff can be found here.
If you are interested in enriching UCU study offer with your academic course, lectures or professional skills, please check whether your home institution is listed among UCU Erasmus+ partners or contact the International office of your institution to find out if these opportunities are available to you.