Recruitment deadlines for the ERASMUS+ program
The recruitment deadlines for the ERASMUS+ program are defined as follows:
If by the time the above dates expire the limit of available places is not reached, the order of submission determines granting a place in the ERASMUS+ program.
Recruitment deadlines for the ERASMUS program
The recruitment deadlines for the ERASMUS program are defined as follows:
If by the time the above dates expire the limit of available places is not reached, the order of submission determines granting a place in the ERASMUS program.
WHO IS THE ERASMUS+ SCHOLARSHIP INTENDED FOR?
Students who CAN enroll in the student exchange program:
Students who CANNOT enroll in the student exchange program:
Students can go to the universities which the SUAS has signed bilateral agreements with and to the companies that are willing to sign an agreement with the university regarding an internship program.
Students can leave after the first year; the qualification procedure begins at the first year of studies (until the 30the of April). In case the limit of available places is not reached, the university carries out additional recruitment at a later date.
The period of exchange leave cannot be less than 3 months, while the stay abroad cannot extend longer than a given academic year. At the SUAS, in case of a study leave, usually it is a period of one semester, in case of an internship leave usually it is a period of 3 months. As such, a student exchange scholarship started in a summer semester cannot be continued in a winter semester of the following academic year. Students decide themselves whether to leave in a summer semester, a winter semester or for the entire academic year, unless the terms of the agreement between the universities state otherwise.
The amount of the scholarship varies from year to year and is determined depending on the funds allocated for this purpose by the National Agency for the Erasmus+ Program. The scholarships are small, because they are meant to cover the difference of the living and studying costs in Poland and in the target EU country. The amount of the scholarship depends on the country which a student goes to.
Study scholarship is about 250 Euro monthly, internship scholarship is about 500 Euro monthly. In both cases, the National Agency can grant additional funds and can increase the scholarship. Redistribution takes place between February and June.
Accreditation of the studies abroad is one of the requirements of the Erasmus program, if the program agreed on corresponds with the program at the original university in a given academic year. The “Learning Agreement” and the “Transcript of Records” from the foreign university guarantee recognition and accreditation of the studies abroad.
Yes. The condition is to present a certificate of the undergone internship from the foreign company.
The countries whose language is less used and rarely taught (all languages, except English, German, Spanish and French) organize EILC courses (Erasmus+ Intensive Language Courses). Selection of candidates is done directly by the institutions organizing the courses. Students do not pay for the course, but they must cover the cost of accommodation and food. Students receive course financing in the amount of one Erasmus grant, depending on the length of the course.
the National Agency for the Erasmus+ Program website: http://www.erasmus.org.pl
„European Policy Declaration 2014 – 2020” Erasmus program + (pdf)