NEB.Spring School

The Bauhaus Spring School is a short-term programme that allows teaching in an international context involving 2 additional European universities. In a mixed format (online/in presence), students from the Bauhaus University Weimar and students from the partner universities can learn together about a specific topic in different European contexts. The course costs are funded through the new Blended Intensive Programme (BIP) Erasmus programme. The courses will begin online in the winter semester 2023/24 and end with a joint attendance phase in Weimar in March 2024.

The NEB.Spring School funding line supports teaching formats that are anchored in a European, local or regional context and are contributing to a sustainable and inclusive transformation process. In order to promote particularly sustainable and inclusive project ideas, the application of the NEB Compass of the EU initiative "New European Bauhaus" is required.  

Interested? Please contact the NEB Scientific Coordination for more information and support in approaching partner universities.

The key elements of the NEB.Spring School funding line are summarised below.

Funding framework of the NEB.Spring School:
    - Eligible for funding: Teachers working at the Bauhaus University Weimar
    - The maximum funding amount is 2,500 €, eligible costs are personnel, material and travel costs. Additional funds of 1,500€ (1 teacher), 2,000€ (2 teachers) or 2,500€ (3 teachers) will be paid to the teachers (teaching contract). Student and teacher mobilities are financed separately through the BIP programme.
    - Funding period: Winter semester 2023/24

Active support of the application teams by scientific Coordination NEB:
    - Support and advice in the preparation of applications
    - Linking with regional and European partners
    - Connection and exchange with NEB community

Deadline for submitting project proposals: 25.07.2023.

Call documents
and further information:

Online info event on 23 May 2023, 15h: