Welcome a colleague from another institution

The Swiss-European Mobility Programme (SEMP) offers european administrative and technical staff the opportunity to take part in a continuing education programme in Europe for between two days and two weeks. The programme is funded by the Swiss national agency Movetia.

Within the limit of the available funds, you can welcome a colleague from a european institution for a training and best practices sharing at UNIL. 

Financial support (depending on funds available)

Type of expense

Conditions

Amount

Accommodation, subsistence, administrative fees, local transport

On submission of training agreement and final report

Fixed allowance of CHF 170 per working and/or travel day

Travel costs

Distance between institutions according to the European Commission’s online calculator

Fixed allowance based on mileage rates

Disability-related expenses

On request via the Special Needs application form in French or in English to be sent to the International Relations Office

According to needs

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Procedure

Before the trip

  • Notify the International Relations Office of your plans as soon as possible, using the Mobility agreement and training programme document (in French or in English).
  • Participants with a disability should complete the Special Needs application form in French or in English and return it to the International Relations Office.

The International Relations Office will let you know whether it can provide financial support, depending on the funds available.

During your visit

  • Sign the Certificate of attendance (in French or in English) to confirm your guest attendance at UNIL.

After the trip

The guest should send to the International Relations Office the following documents within 30 days of your return:

The International Relations Office will reimburse you according to the rates listed above.

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Contact

Ms Sylvie Kohli
Tel. +41 21 692 20 24

Training courses

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The website iMotion lien_externe_2.jpg lists a large number of courses. Contact the International Relations Office if any of them interest you.