Staff Mobility

Last modified: 2019. January 03.

International staff is a highly valued part of the Eszterházy University’s community. The professional visits of colleagues from all over the world being as a guest lecturer, researcher or administration member, are very important for maintaining the vitality and quality of our own educational standards. For more information on how to organize your visit please select from the menu on the left.


The Erasmus+ mobility program gives lecturers and other non-teaching staff from partner institutions the opportunity to take on a temporary teaching position at EKC or meet respective colleagues as visiting staff.


To support EKU host departments in course organising, from 2019 we are planning to accept Erasmus+ exchange teachers mainly during our International Week. Please consider this when planning your period of teaching abroad.



To fix the lectures and/or meetings with the receiving departments please send an e-mail to the Academic Mobility Officer who will help you to set up a workplan. Then you will be asked to send us the signed and stamped mobility agreement to receive the official invitation.


Ms Réka Tóth-Dolenszky, Institutional Erasmus Coordinator
Tel: +36 36 520 400/ ext.4343

Erasmus+ KA103

Please click here to download the Mobility Agreement for Teaching

Please click here to download the Mobility Agreement for Training 


Erasmus+ KA107 creditmobility

Please click here to download the Mobility Agreement for Teaching

Please click here to download the Mobility Agreement for Training


Fulbright Scholar Program

The Fulbright Scholar Program offers a number of scholarships to U. S. students and staff (visiting professors) who would like to come to Hungary for study or research purposes.

In 2013 the Hungarian-American Commission for Education and Exchange and Eszterházy Károly University established the Fulbright-Eszterhazy Scholar Grant. If you are interested in becoming a Fulbright-Eszterhazy Scholar please look for the offer in the Catalog of Awards at



Centre for International Relations
Address: Eszterházy tér 1. Office 106.
H-3300 Eger

Tel.: +36 36 520427, +36 36 520400/4343

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