With two teaching campuses and eleven research campuses, we are one of the most ambitious universities of applied sciences in southern Germany. We focus on regional cooperation and developing our pioneering national and international network. Our foundation is formed by a total of eight faculties focusing on business, engineering, health science and computer science. Our excellent teaching standards are based on practical and future-oriented teaching, including applied research to the highest level.
The development of the university would be unthinkable without a diverse community. Currently, about 150 professors and about 550 scientific and support staff work at DIT. We represent important values such as tolerance, integrity and collegiality, recognising that staff and students achieve their top performance when they feel settled and fully integrated.
As an employer, we offer the attractive conditions of public service, as well as numerous fringe benefits.
Our benefits include:
Contact regarding questions about the application process or working at DIT:
With the Dual Career Service, we support partners and the families of newly appointed staff in all concerns about job opportunities and relocation to the region. We focus in particular on providing individual and personal assistance to partners in their search for new professional career opportunities in the region.
However, the Dual Career Service also offers advice and support on the topics of finding accommodation, schools, kindergartens or day care centres as well as on matters relating to public authorities.
The Dual Career Service of DIT provides support, advice, guidance and orientation in:
In addition to:
What are the first steps?
Your contact person at the Dual Career Service: Claudia Probst
The Deggendorf Institute of Technology is an innovative, international, pioneering and multi award-winning university of applied sciences founded in 1994 and located in picturesque Bavaria, Southern Germany. We have two teaching campuses: the main campus in Deggendorf and the European Campus Rottal-Inn in Pfarrkirchen. Additionally, we have smaller technology and research campuses located around Bavaria.
In total, 20% of our 7,200 students are international students and over 100 nationalities are represented by our staff and students. We are proud to be a very multicultural community. The European Campus Rottal-Inn teaches exclusively English-based undergraduate and postgraduate degress. 186 partner universities around the world provide students with foreign exchange semesters, internships, and double degree studies abroad. The university strives for academic excellence and is committed to producing multilingual graduates equipped with full-accredited and internationally relevant bachelor and master degrees. Doctorate students study for their PhD in collaboration with international universities. Our graduates feel comfortable on the global stage and many of our 11,000 alumni have international careers.
We offer job vacancies in all locations for global-minded professionals seeking a new challenge.
Within Germany, Bavaria is ranked as the top state for business, culture, tourism and education. Breath-taking scenery, vibrant cities, ancient traditions, seven UNESCO world heritage sites and ten national parks, coupled with a booming business landscape and an extremely low unemployement rate, provide a fascinating mix of heritage and modern commerce. Read more about Bavaria at www.bavaria.by.
The main campus in Deggendorf is based around a modern, central courtyard where staff and students mingle to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. The campus layout creates an open, friendly and communicative environment among staff, students and professors, as almost all lecture theatres, workshops, labs, canteens, libraries, the childcare centre and all other service centres are based directly on the compact campus. A range of events are held throughout the year, with the largest being both our popular campus fest and our summer open-air music festival.
The university is located between the banks of the River Danube and Deggendorf town centre. It‘s a charming location at the foot of the Bavarian Forest National Park, north of Munich and close to the Austrian border and the Alps. The vibrant town has a great variety of restaurants and cafes, plus many cultural festivals and events. The surrounding hilly landscape provides a stunning natural backdrop to enjoy the countless recreational activities on offer. View the Deggendorf town website for more information.
The European Campus Rottal-Inn provides exclusively English-based bachelor and master degrees. Founded in 2015, it is in the exciting process of development, with a new campus building and student living accommodation soon to be built.
It is nestled in the town of Pfarrkirchen among rolling, picturesque hills between the Danube and Inn rivers, close to Austrian and Czech borders and near to the large, cosmopolitan cities of Munich and Salzburg.
Pfarrkirchen has become culturally renowned in the area due to its exceptional art exhibitions, museum nights, festivals and events that are held throughout the year. In summer, the old town festival tempts thousands of visitors with its multicultural culinary and musical events. Additionally, it has many established businesses, numerous street cafes, bars, secluded courtyards and shady summer beer gardens.
Impressions of the town can be viewed on the Pfarrkirchen town website.
At Erasmus+ partner universities for university members
Within the framework of Erasmus+, professors and staff of the DIT can spend a teaching/training stay at an Erasmus+ partner university. Erasmus+ funding is available for this purpose.
During an Erasmus stay, you will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, gain new perspectives, promote your professional development, strengthen your skills and expand your network. You will benefit both professionally and personally from participating in this programme.
1. Staff mobility
2. Target group
3. Funding period
Grants can only be awarded for teaching stays of at least eight teaching hours and a maximum of two months. A minimum of five working days is strongly recommended in order to effectively contribute to the curriculum and academic life of the host university. Priority should be given to those mobilities which also result in the development of new teaching materials or serve to strengthen and develop links between the department and faculties and to prepare future cooperation projects.
In principle, repeated funding is possible, but priority should be given to grants for lecturers who have not yet completed an Erasmus+ teaching period.
A teaching programme must be drawn up before the lectureship. This should include an agreement on the number of teaching hours.
Proof of the actual duration of the teaching stay must be provided in writing and submitted to the International Office (B 209).
The duration of the grant is between two days and a maximum of two months. Exceptionally, it is possible to deviate from the minimum duration if, for example, the absence of staff for a longer period is difficult or if staff are attending conferences, seminars or workshops.
Repeated funding is possible.
A work plan should be agreed before the grant is awarded, explaining the objectives of the exchange.
Proof of the actual duration of the stay must be provided in writing and submitted to the International Office (B 209).
The financial arrangements for lecturer and staff mobility are identical. The Erasmus+ mobility grant includes travel and subsistence costs, which are subsidised as unit costs.
The travel costs are calculated using the distance calculator and the following table
Simple distance according to the distance calculator amount (unit costs) per participant (=return journey)
|einfache Entfernung gem. Distanzrechner||Betrag (Stückkosten) pro Teilnehmer (=Hin- und Rückfahrt)|
|10 - 99 km||€ 20|
|100 - 499 km||€ 180|
|500 - 1,999 km||€ 275|
|2,000 - 2,999 km||€ 360|
|3,000 - 3,999 km||€ 530|
|4,000 - 7,999 km||€ 820|
|8,000 km and more||€ 1,500|
Subsistence costs are also calculated as unit costs and according to the following table:
|Country of destination||Unit cost per day per participant until the 14th day of activity
without travel days)
|Unit cost per day per participant until the 14th day of the activity
(without travel days)
|Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom||€ 180||€ 126|
|Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus||€ 160||€ 112|
|Bulgaria, Estland, Croatia, Lettland, Lithuania, Macedonia (FYROM), Poland, Rumania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary||€ 140||€ 98|
Should the actual costs be higher than the rate paid by Erasmus+, the remaining costs are to be covered by the faculty/university or the traveller. It is also possible that the international office will pay a grant from other sources of funding if permitted. Therefore, please always check with the international office.
The person's programme must show that activities related to the mobility measure took place on the days to be funded. Weekends and holidays can only be subsidised if there is proof that work or travel took place on these days (e.g. confirmation from the host university).
Parallel funding for similar costs from other EU programmes is excluded.
Funding from one academic year to the next (September and October) is generally excluded. The mobility must be completed and settled in the same academic year.
5. Eligibility criteria
6. Exclusion criteria
7. Application documents
Application documents for lecturers (Teaching mobility)
8. Deadline for applications
Ongoing application at the international office (B 209) to Antonia Gruber but at least three weeks BEFORE the desired trip.
9. Selection criteria