Outgoing Students

OUTGOING STUDENTS FOR STUDIES

When the recruitment starts (the information will be published on the website and sent by mail) You need to fill in the application form (with all additional documents) and bring them to International Recruitment and Collaboration Office, room 227 before the deadline.

After that:

  1. take part in a language exam and recruitment interview,
  2. check the recruitment results (we will send it to your email),
  3. attend informational the Erasmus+ meeting.

Additional documents: language certificates, confirmation of student’s activity etc.

The recruitment for academic year 2020/2021 is closed.

Language Exam:

We will check your language knowledge. You will have 100 questions and two hours for writing.

Recruitment interview:

You will be invited for the recruitment interview with Erasmus+ Coordinator via email. During the interview you will be asked about:

  • Erasmus+ program (main idea of Erasmus exchange, basic Erasmus documents),
  • Partner universities choice (reason of your choice),
  • Motivation (prove that you are the one to be chosen).

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,
  • check the application deadlines in partner universities.

You can consult your initial choice of the universities with Erasmus+ Coordinator.

Partner Universities list

Documents you must collect

Before the mobility:

  • You all need to prepare a list of subjects chosen at a partner University (in attachment) and send it to Ms. Magdalena Zięba with a request for her to prepare your programme differences. You will also need to submit a “dean’s consent” form to her (International Office). To get this form you will need to visit Erasmus+ Office;
  • After you have your programme differences you will need to fill in the Learning Agreement Before the Mobility;
  • 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) and issue yourself EKUZ card (this does not apply to students leaving for Turkey);
  • Then you make an appointment to sign the Student Mobility Agreement (this is an agreement between you and the UITM, stating all the rules and requirements for Erasmus+ mobility);
  • You will get an automatic link to Online Language Assessment;
  • Sign consents to use of picture, image and story;
  • You get your scholarship.

During the mobility

  • After you arrive at the host university you have to inform me immediately that you have arrived and enrolled for the studies;
  • Some of you might be changing some of the subjects after you arrive there. The procedure is the same as when you were choosing them for the first time: you send an updated list to Ms. Magdalena Zięba and you wait for the update of your programme differences. Only after that you fill in the Learning Agreement During the Mobility and get it signed. Please remember that you can do this only once.

After the mobility:

  • All of you have to inform me that your mobility period is over;
  • From the host university you need to get a Certificate of mobility with its exact dates;
  • You have to obtain your transcript of records;
  • You will receive an automatic link to Participant’s report you should fill in as soon as possible;
  • Fill in the Erasmus costs form (in attachment);
  • Prepare your Erasmus story with pictures;
  • You will get an automatic link to Online Language Assessment (yes, again!);
  • You get the rest of your scholarship.

The students will be exempt from paying tuition at the partner university.

Received academic, sports and social grants and scholarships (with the exception of the housing scholarship) in UITM will remain in force also in the period of studying abroad.

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


OUTGOING STUDENTS FOR INTERNSHIP

  1. Please specify your preferences as to the country, host institution profile and planned internship duration (2 months at minimum).
  2. Draft your application documents (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 with CV and cover letter attached to respective companies.
  4. Find a place for your internship.

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

Internship duration

The minimum duration of an internship is two months, e.g. 1 July – 31 August. The latest time to go is 1 August.

The recruitment for the summer brake internship in academic year 2019/2020 is closed.

Language Exam:

We will check your language knowledge. You will have 100 questions and two hours for writing.

Recruitment interview:

You will be invited for the recruitment interview with Erasmus+ Coordinator via email. During the interview you will be asked about:

  • Erasmus+ program (main idea of Erasmus exchange, your experience before),
  • Country for an internship (reason of your choice),
  • Motivation (prove that you are the one to be chosen).

Before the mobility procedure:

  • If your internship starts during the academic year, you will need to submit a “dean’s consent” form to the International Office. To get this form you will need to visit Erasmus+ Office;
  • With the help of your chosen company you will need to 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) and issue yourself EKUZ card (this does not apply to students leaving for Turkey);
  • Then you make an appointment with me to sign the Student Mobility Agreement (this is an agreement between you and the UITM, stating all the rules and requirements for Erasmus+ mobility);
  • You will get an automatic link to Online Language Assessment;
  • Sign consents to use of picture, image and story;
  • You get your scholarship.

During the mobility procedure:

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

After the mobility procedure:

  • All of you have to inform me that your mobility period is over;
  • From the host institution you need to get a Certificate of mobility with its exact dates;
  • You will receive an automatic link to Participant’s report you should fill in as soon as possible;
  • Fill in the Erasmus costs form;
  • Prepare your Erasmus story with pictures;
  • You will get an automatic link to Online Language Assessment (yes, again!);
  • You get the rest of your scholarship.

Erasmus+ Student Charter


Contact us

Julita Macias

Specialist for International Studies

jmacias@wsiz.rzeszow.pl

tel. +48 17 866 1306

University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow

ul. Sucharskiego 2,
35-225 Rzeszow, Poland

phone: 17 866 11 11
fax: +48 17 866 12 22
e-mail: wsiz@wsiz.rzeszow.pl

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