Outgoing Students

OUTGOING STUDENTS FOR STUDIES

In order to apply for the Erasmus + scholarship, please send the following documents to erasmus@wsiz.edu.pl:

  1. A filled-in Application Form
  2. Other supporting documents, such as foreign language certificates, extracurricular activities, e.g. participation in scientific interest clubs, Mentor/Buddy programme.

Following that:

  1. Take an internal oral language exam in English
  2. Check the recruitment results (they will be sent by e-mail)
  3. Attend an online meeting related to your mobility under the Erasmus+ programme.

The recruitment for the academic year 2022/2023 is open. The deadline for submitting documents is 28th March 2022.

  1. The GPA for the winter semester 2021/2022 – above 3.60
  2. Internal English language exam – B1+/B2 level (March/ April 2022) – the result must be above 3.5
  3. Extra points for supporting documents
  4. Final results – a student ranking list is published.

You should:

  • refer to the list of our partner universities,
  • visit the websites of the partner universities,
  • look for the partner university courses suitable for your study programme,
  • look for the partner university academic calendar and check the dates of the semester in which you would like to study there,
  • check the application deadlines at partner universities.

Lista uczelni partnerskich- Partner universities (2021-2022)

Before the mobility:

  • Prepare a list of courses that you would like to study at a partner university (based on the information provided by the host university).
  • Go to E-Services on VU and fill in the first part of the Dean’s Consent form.
  • Send an e-mail to Ms Anetta Bała – the University ECTS Coordinator at abala@wsiz.edu.pl  with a request to compare the study programmes, prepare a list of curriculum differences and fill in the second part of the Dean’s Consent form in E-Services.
  • Once your curriculum differences are set, please fill in the Learning Agreement – Before the Mobility section on the Dashboard Platform.
  • In the meantime, please fill in the bank detailsform (even if you wish to receive your scholarship in cash.)
  • Buy insurance: we recommend Euro 26 or ISIC card. Apart from that, you will need another insurance which covers medical transport to your country of residence. Apply for the EKUZ card (N/A to students who are planning to study in Turkey.)
  • Make an appointment with the Erasmus+ Coordinator to sign the Student Mobility Agreement – an agreement between you and the UITM in which the requirements, rules and scholarship are stated.
  • You receive an automatic link to the obligatory Online Language Assessment.
  • Sign a consent form (personal data use, image, story, photos);
  • You receive the first instalment of your scholarship (70%).

During the mobility

  • On your arrival, you are obliged to send a confirmation issued by the Erasmus+ coordinator at the host university. You have 7 days to do it.
  • It might happen that some of you will have to change a few courses. If so, please send the updated list of subjects to Ms Anetta Bała who will analyse and update your curriculum differences.  Once it is done, fill in the Learning Agreement During the Mobility on the Dashboard. Please remember that you are allowed to do it in the first two/three weeks of your mobility and only once.

After the mobility:

  • A Certificate of Mobility with exact dates, issued by the host university;
  • A Transcript of Records – your final results – a list of marks along with ECTS credits for each course;
  • You receive an automatic link to the Participant’s report which you should fill in as soon as possible;
  • Fill in the Erasmus costs form;
  • Prepare your Erasmus story with photos;
  • You receive an automatic link to the Online Language Assessment (yes, you need to do it again!);
  • You receive the second scholarship instalment (30%);

Erasmus + scholarship receivers are exempted from the tuition fee payment at the partner university.

If you are entitled to the sports and maintenance scholarship at UITM (housing/accommodation is exempted), as well as, the outstanding achievement scholarship, they will remain in force during your mobility period abroad.

The Erasmus+ grant is awarded to cover the difference between costs of living in Poland and abroad.

Countries divided into 3 groups

Scholarship per month in EUR

Group 1 – Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden

520

Group 2 – Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Malta, Austria, France, Italy

520

Group 3 – Bulgaria, Estonia, FYROM (former Macedonia), Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Turkey, Serbia

450


OUTGOING STUDENTS FOR A TRAINEESHIP

  1. Please specify your preferences as to the country, host institution profile and planned internship duration (2 months minimum – 3 months maximum).
  2. Draft your application documents (a CV and cover letter). It is recommended to use the pan-European Europass CV template or consult with the Career Office.
  3. Draft a template e-mail, paying particular attention to using correct and appropriate language. Next, send your e-mails along with a CV and cover letter to respective
  4. Find a place for your traineeship. The Erasmus Student Network can help you with that: ERASMUSINTERN |

The search for a traineeship is usually conducted online. Surveys have shown that finding a host institution usually takes approx. 1 month.

Traineeship duration

The duration of a traineeship is from 2 to 3 months, e.g. 1 July – 31 August.

The recruitment for a traineeship during the summer break is open. The deadline for submitting the required documents is 28th March 2o22.

  1. The GPA for the winter semester 2021/2022 – above 3.60
  2. Internal English language exam – B1+/B2 level (March/ April 2022) – the result must be above 3.5
  3. Extra points for supporting documents
  4. Final results – a student ranking list is published.

The Erasmus+ grant is awarded to cover the difference between the costs of living in Poland and abroad.

Countries divided into three groups

Scholarship per month in EUR

Group 1 – Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Island, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden,

670

Group 2 – Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Spain, Netherlands, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Italy

670

Group 3 – Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, FYROM (former Macedonia), Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Hungary

600

Before the mobility procedure:

  • If your traineeship starts during the academic year, you will need to submit a “dean’s consent”. In order to do so, please go to E-Services on VU and fill in the first part of the Dean’s Consent form.
  • With the help of a chosen company you, fill in the Learning Agreement for Traineeship Before the Mobility;
  • In the meantime please fill in the bank details” form (even if you wish to receive your scholarship in cash);
  • Buy insurance: we recommend Euro 26 or ISIC card. Apart from that, you will need another insurance which covers medical transport to your country of residence. Apply for the EKUZ card (N/A to students who are planning to study in Turkey.)
  • Make an appointment with the Erasmus+ Coordinator to sign the Student Mobility Agreement for Traineeship– an agreement between you and the UITM in which the requirements, rules and the amount of the scholarship are stated.
  • You receive an automatic link to the obligatory Online Language Assessment.
  • Sign a consent form (personal data use, image, story, photos);
  • You receive the first instalment of your scholarship (70%).

During the mobility procedure:

  • If there are any changes to your traineeship programme, fill in the Learning Agreement – During the Mobility section and get it signed. Please remember that you can do it only once.

After the mobility procedure:

  • A Certificate of Mobility with exact dates, issued by the host company;
  • You receive an automatic link to the Participant’s report which you should fill in as soon as possible;
  • Fill in the Erasmus costs form;
  • Prepare your Erasmus story with photos;
  • You receive an automatic link to the Online Language Assessment (yes, you need to do it again!);
  • You receive the second scholarship instalment (30%);

Erasmus+ Student Charter


 

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