The Swiss-European Mobility Programme SEMP enables not only students, but also university staff, to take part in exchanges in one of the 34 Erasmus+ programme countries. Two employees from the department of educational development & e-learning at Bern University of Applied Sciences report on their experiences.   

This video was produced by the Bern University of Applied Sciences. 

SEMP offers four possible ways of undertaking a mobility. Students have the opportunity of studying for a semester at a partner institution or completing a traineeship in Europe. Meanwhile, lecturers can teach at a partner university, while other university staff can take part in further training abroad. Support is offered for work assignments, job shadowing and workshops in related fields lasting from 2 days up to a maximum of 2 months.

Do you work at a higher education institution in Switzerland or in an Erasmus+ programme country and would like to undertake a mobility trip abroad? If so, get in touch with your institution’s International Relations Office or the Higher Education team at Movetia to find out more.