Call to International Credit Mobility to University of Seville


Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility

ERASMUS+ KEY ACTION 107 International Credit Mobility for 2021-2022

Programme Country: Spain
University: University of Seville

Project description: The Institute of Economy and Trade of TSUC in Khujand (IET TSUC) has approved a project with the University of Seville, Spain on international credit mobility 2019-1-ES01-KA107-063447 project. The inter-institutional agreement for 2019-2022 and 2020-2023 between University of Seville and the Institute of Economy and Trade of TSUC in Khujand was signed. Under international credit mobility, an HEI in a Partner Country can send its doctoral candidates or staff to a partner HEI in a Programme Country, and vice versa. Doctoral candidates are able to study abroad for a limited period of 3 months for which credits are obtained. After the mobility phase, the doctoral candidates return to their sending institution to complete their studies. Similarly, staff can spend a teaching and/or training period abroad for up to 2 months. According to this agreement IET TSUC is HEI from Partner Country and the University of Seville is HEI from Programme Country.


The documents for the student’s application are:

  1. Application form for Short-term mobility for teaching (STA)
  2. Application form for Short-term mobility for students (SMS)
  3. Mobility Agreement (STA)
  4. Learning Agreement (SMS)
  5. Copy of the applicant’s passport.
  6. Level of Spanish Certification. This must correspond, at the very least, to the CEFRL B1, or its equivalent – except in special cases with due justification submitted before the start of the mobility.
  7. Doctoral students must include a (4-page max.) memorandum outlining the work they propose to do during their stay in the US.
  8. Certificate of English language skills accreditation (at least B2 level)
  9. Motivation letter
  10. Recommendation letter
  11. Certificate of enrolment at home university during the current academic year
  12. In the case of students from underprivileged backgrounds or challenging circumstances (disability, learning difficulties, economic challenges, cultural differences, health problems, social problems, or geographical difficulties), the Home University must issue a certificate with data accrediting the above to the Erasmus+ Programme. Click here to access a complete description of challenged circumstances can be found in the Erasmus + Guide, version 2, 15/01/2019[1].




 Selection criteria of students: applicants must be active full-time students on a PhD programme, or Postgraduate (aspirantura) studies of the IET TSUC.

The candidates will be selected on the basis of personal motivation, intercultural abilities, knowledge of English/Spanish and academic excellence. (Among students with the same level of academic excellence and language knowledge, the most disadvantaged student from a poor socio-economic background or a student with special needs will be selected).

Application deadline: December 29, 2021



Selection committee: Download in PDF

Appointment letter: Download in PDF


For any queries please contact: 

International relations department officer

Sarvar Razoqova

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