EU National Institutes for Culture - EUNIC

EUNIC Mobility Scheme : Publication of the hosting offers

EUNIC’s mobility scheme for cultural professionals enables colleagues working in the network to exchange knowledge and gain skills. Interested colleagues can apply to one of the hosting offers until 6 September 2022.

Are you interested in exchanging best practices with colleagues in the network, getting insight into how other EUNIC members design their strategy and their programmes, how other clusters organise joint activities, or how the EUNIC Global office works with the European Union institutions? Then we encourage you to apply to one of the 23 hosting offers from accross the network.

The scheme, launched in 2019, 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.

How does it work?

You can browse the different hosting offers here and you have until 6 September 2022 to apply via this online form.

We advise colleagues who wish to apply to check with their own organisation or line managers before they do so. Travel and accommodation costs need to be covered by your own organization. There are a limited number of travel grants available from EUNIC for the staff mobility scheme. If you would like to apply for a grant please state this at the end of your application. Please note that locally employed staff and travel by train will be prioritized in the awarding of EUNIC travel grants.


6 September 2022: Deadline for applications to hosting offers
September 2022 : Selection and matching of participants
October 2022 - June 2023: Visits take place

More information
You can download here the call for applications with more information on the Mobility Scheme.

For any questions, you can contact us at

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