Main List (Granted) and Waiting List

The main list and the waiting list for Erasmus+ KA131 Staff Mobility for Teaching Assignments application results can be found in this link( as well as in the E-Devlet system. The Results are also shared in the link below:

Application Results (PDF)

Applicants’ terms of offices were received from the Department of Personnel on 04.10.2022. While calculating the previous mobilities and the regarding scores, the participation until 04.10.2022 were taken into account.


Selection Criteria:

You may check this link in order to learn more about the application criteria used in the Erasmus+ KA131 STA applications. 

Based on the evaluation of the METU Personnel Directorate (PDB) and the decision of METU Exchange Programs Selection Committee, those staff “responsible for teaching” were defined as Dr. Faculty Member, Assoc. Dr., Prof. Dr., and Lecturer (excluding those employed under the law no. 7100). Therefore, since those working in an academic department part-time, at their own will and/or invitation of a unit as well as Research Assistants and/or Lecturers (those employed under the law no. 7100) cannot apply to the program since they are not defined as “responsible for teaching”. 

Required Procedures for Awarded Applicants:

Participants who would like to withdraw from the program should inform ICO until 31.12.2022.  For those participants who inform ICO after the deadline, there will be 10 point deduction for their future application’s overall score.

10 points will be decreased from the granted participants for their next Erasmus applications (with European countries). Even though the participants do not conduct their mobility yet; 10 points will be decreased because of being selected and granted in this call.

The receiving organisation must be a Programme Country HEI awarded with an ECHE. Before the mobility takes place, both the academic department in METU and partner HEI must sign an interinstitutional agreement. You may visit the below website in order to find the list of current Erasmus+ agreements within the framework of Erasmus+ KA131 STA:

If applicants would like to visit a non-partner HEI, they may talk with the related institution in order to initiate Erasmus+ interinstitutional agreement. The Erasmus+ interinstitutional agreement must be finalized before the mobility takes place.


4. Duration of the Activities

The teaching activity can take place between 2 days and 5 days excluding travel time. In order to provide mobility opportunity for higher number of staff, the maximum duration of the mobility period for STA is limited to 5 days (excluding travel time) by METU Exchange Programs Commission. In all cases, a teaching activity has to comprise a minimum of 8 hours of teaching per week (or any shorter period of stay). If the teaching activity/teaching hours last less than 2 days/8 hours (minimum requirement), the activity is considered as void and the grant payment is not made for the related activity.

The last day for the activity: 31.10.2023

5. Erasmus+ Grants



Daily Grant (Euro)

1. Group

Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Sweden, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway


2. Group

Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Cyprus, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Malta, Portugal, Greece


3. Group

Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, North Macedonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia




Daily Grant Amounts

Travel Amount by Distance

The travel amount is calculated by using the below “Distance Calculator”:

The distance calculator is used to determine the distance between the location where the staff is resident and the place of activity. The amount of kilometer calculated by the distance calculator corresponds to the round-trip and the amount does not multiply by two.



Obtained “km” Value

Grant Amount (Euro)

10-99 KM

23 €

100 - 499 KM


500 - 1999 KM


2000 - 2999 KM


3000 - 3999 KM


4000 - 7999 KM


8000 KM and above



6. Erasmus Staff Mobility without Grant (Zero-Grant)

It is possible to participate in Erasmus staff mobility programme without grant. Those staff who would like to participate in the programme without grant need to make application and their applications need to be evaluated as the others. Those participants with zero grant have to fulfill rights and obligations of the program.

7. Additional grants for disabled participants

For disabled participants, it is possible to receive additional grants to meet their specific needs. In order for the disabled staff to be given additional grants, the beneficiary higher education institution is required to request additional grants from the Turkish National Agency. The applications for additional grants should be made during the term of the contract, but in any case up to 60 days before the contract end date. The Turkish National Agency will evaluate each application specifically and determine whether the additional grant can be granted.

For questions please consult:

Eray Canlar (+90 312 210 7070,

Nur Seda Temur (+90 312 210 7177,

* The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within Erasmus+. The award of an ECHE is a pre-requisite for all higher education institutions located in a Programme country and willing to participate in learning mobility of individuals and/or cooperation for innovation and good practices under Erasmus+