EU National Institutes for Culture - EUNIC

EUNIC Mobility Scheme 2022: Call for hosting offers

EUNIC has launched the new call for hosting offers for the EUNIC mobility scheme 2022.

What is the EUNIC mobility scheme?

In 2019 EUNIC launched its first mobility scheme for cultural professionals from within the network, previously entitled the EUNIC Job Shadowing Initiative, now called the EUNIC mobility scheme. The scheme enables colleagues working in a EUNIC member organisation to directly experience the work and approach of a different EUNIC member organisation, and to exchange knowledge and gain skills on specific topics or areas of work. Mobility scheme hosting offers often come from a member’s headquarters, but they are also very welcome from member country offices, in addition to EUNIC clusters and the EUNIC office in Brussels.

The main objectives of the EUNIC mobility scheme are:

  • To better understand each other’s approaches, get to know each other better and thereby strengthening the network
  • To enhance cooperation and collaboration amongst the EUNIC members on key topics of shared strategic relevance defining contemporary international cultural relations

EUNIC member organisations are invited to submit a hosting offer for a visit of no more than 2 to 3 days, following a content led approach.


8 April: Launch of the call for hosting offers
6 June: Deadline for submitting hosting offers
20 June: Publication of the hosting offers to the network
31 August: Deadline for applications to the hosting offers
September: Selection of participants and matching
October 2022 - June 2023: Visits take place

How to submit a hosting offer

You can submit your hosting offer by filling in the online form here before 6 June 2022 (23:59 CEST).
You can find more information about the mobility scheme, the key elements of the call and the time frame here.

For any questions or comments, please contact Roxane Schavoir at and Franziska Stambke at

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