An institution may submit one application per call for European mobility projects in the field of vocational training. Within the scope of a European mobility project, apprentices, apprentice graduates and persons responsible for vocational education (teachers, trainers, etc.) can all participate in a mobility project simultaneously. Subsidised mobility projects allow institutions to send Swiss residents abroad. As part of the same project, foreign partner institutions may send the same number of individuals to Switzerland.
Many different aspects must be considered between the idea and submission of your application. Movetia sees itself as a partner and wants to help you develop your concept. For this reason, we have developed seven steps for a successful project:
You want to implement a mobility project with partners in other European countries for individuals or groups and would like more information about implementation.
This includes discussing your project idea, holding presentations in small groups or clarifying technical aspects. We offer individual consulting sessions where you can find out more about what aspects are eligible for funding and about financial support from Movetia, among other things.
Once Movetia has helped determine which content and formats are eligible for funding, the applicant must develop and personalise their project idea.
The call for projects takes place once a year. The application puts the project idea in concrete terms.
Key deadlines for the mobility project
In this video, Arthur Glättli (Former Managing Director of Vocational Training at Swissmem) and Stefanie Fritschi (Head of Administration and MovMEM Project Manager), explain the motivations behind the project.
1st deadline: 1 march 2021 (project launch: 1 june 2021)
2nd deadline: autumn 2021 (project launch: 1 january 2022)