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Job Shadowing at ENGAGE.EU

Apply for job shadowing, the training mobility to travel and develop new skills

What is “job shadowing”?

This training mobility will allow you to discover your job in another European university for a period of two days to a week. This experience will give you the opportunity to enhance your professional skills, discover new working methods and develop your international network.

What funding is available for this training mobility?

This mobility will be supported by the Erasmus programme. Participants will receive 80% of the grant before their mobility, and 20% after their mobility. The amount of the grant will be the sum of travel costs and accommodation costs.

How to apply?

If you are interested in undertaking this training mobility, we invite you to apply by filling in this online questionnaire.


Also, it is possible to send an email to the contacts of the Home and Host university to receive more information. Here are the contacts:

  1. Université Toulouse 1 Capitole: engage-cellule@ut-capitole.fr
  2. WU Vienna University of Economics and Business: nell@wu.ac.at
  3. University of Mannheim: storck@uni-mannheim.de
  4. Tilburg University: L.J.Mennen@tilburguniversity.edu
  5. Ramon Llull University: To be defined
  6. Hanken School of Economics: johanna.lilius@hanken.fi
  7. NHH Norwegian School of Economics: To be defined
  8. University of National and World Economy: To be defined
  9. Luiss University: to be defined

Sharing experiences of Job Shadowing

 

Rina, from Vienna University of Economics and Business, experienced ENGAGE.EU Job shadowing in France during the Expedition Week in Toulouse Capitole University

Why would you recommend it?

International mobility and job shadowing offer great opportunities for professional and personal development for staff. It is always a two-way learning experience that enables networking, professional exchange as well as cultural exchange. 

Why was it an enriching experience?

Meeting colleagues from ENGAGE.EU partner universities and learning about the good practices of working on different tasks in our joint programmes was a professionally and culturally rich experience. This exchange helped me to establish new contacts and strengthen existing ones. Such experiences help to widen our perspectives and bring forward new ideas that can be put into practice in adapted forms, ultimately enhancing efficiency and increasing cooperation among our partner universities as well as with external public and private institutions.