Research

Research stays of scientists of the MUI in a foreign country

 

Contact persons to help planning a research stay abroad.

Topic

Competent Department

Exemption request
Researchers must contact the HR law department and submit an exemption request in due time (at least one month before the planned stay). There are different modalities (e.g. exemption maintaining the remuneration or exemption without maintaining the remuneration). In all cases, the exemption request must be signed by the Head of the Department/Clinic.





Department for HR Law, HR Development and Advancement of Women
Contact
Dr. Andrea Janser
Tel.: 70034
E-Mail: Andrea.Janser@i-med.ac.at






Approval by the Vice Rector for Research and International Relations
Should a stay abroad be part of a research project application, the approval of the Head of the Department/Clinic and of the Vice Rector for Research and International Relations must be obtained before submitting the research proposal. This is particularly important if the researcher wish to maintain his/her salary during the stay abroad. Please use this form.



Research Office
Contact:
Dr. Maria T. Pérez Mediavilla
Tel.: 70073
E-Mail: maria.perez@i-med.ac.at






Interruption of  teaching
In case of interruption of the teaching activity, the office of the Vice Rector for Teaching  and Study Matters must be informed in due time (no later than 30th June for courses in the following winter term, or no later than 30th November for courses in the subsequent summer term).



Office of the Vice Rector for Teaching and Study Matters
Contact:
Andrea Prachensky-Roither 
Tel.: 70059
E-Mail: Andrea.Prachensky-Roither@i-med.ac.at


Qualification agreement for A2-position holders
In cases where the agreed extent of teaching cannot be achieved due to a research stay abroad, it is advisable to get the agreement of the rectorate beforehand.



 

Department for HR Law, HR Development and Advancement of Women
Contact:
Dr. Andrea Janser
Tel.: 70034
E-Mail: Andrea.Janser@i-med.ac.at


Visa, residence permit, travel insurance
Such matters are solely the responsibility of the scientists concerned. Information about visas and residence permits is usually available on the homepage of the foreign embassies.






Scientists








 

For general questions contact the research office: Dr. María T. Pérez Mediavilla (E-Mail: maria.perez@i-med.ac.at)

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