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Erasmus+ Charter and Policy Statement

 
 
 
 
University of Bielsko-Biala Erasmus+  Charter



The specific actions planned to give visibility to Erasmus activities.
In response to the Lisbon strategy of creating a common, European educational space, the University of Bielsko-Biała aims to improve the quality of courses offered, to increase the number of courses in foreign languages and in eLearning system, and to encourage students, academic staff and researchers to intensify international cooperation. We also find it important to continue the process of adapting to the local environment, consulting our common needs on the daily basis. In consequence, science the year 2000, two new educational lines have been established and the existing ones are undergoing the process of modernization. International cooperation is considered to be a crucial factor for the development of the University. Therefore, the network of international partners has been developed, the portfolio of agreements has been enlarged, and new structures and procedures have been introduced. The university plans to increase the staff and students exchange. Special attention will be given to the activities attracting incoming students and staff, as our exchange has so far been unbalanced. Consequently, we plan to increase the number of Curricula Development and Thematic Network projects, and to develop more courses fit for international environment. We also aim to increase the number of international industrial placement offered to our students, as they provide the students with an important experience in the process of Lifelong Learning. We hope that the actions listed above will help to create a multicultural environmental at the university, and will also positively influence the local milieu.
 
For a few years now, the information about the program, as well as the reports of the returning Erasmus+ students and staff members have been published on the web page; interviews on the subject of student and staff exchange are published on a regular basis in the university magazine. The meetings for the new candidates for the program are organized periodically and short presentation are given to the students before lectures. Our brochure and posters are prepared and printed on the regular basis. We plan to continue and develop this kind of activities. Additionally, we plan to give information about the European Policy and international programs and exchange to the local media. The Erasmus+ University Charter and European University Statement will be published on the University web page. In order to ensure the non-discrimination policy, the University will focus on the issue which is particularly important to us-on the enhancement of social and economics cohesion. There are commissions responsible for apportionment to the funds for the financial help for our students. There are also plans to open a new academic building, adapted to the needs of disabled students and staff members. As the University is located in a multicultural environment, no special measures have to be taken to ensure gender equality or to combat xenophobia or racism.
 
 
 
Quality of academic mobility activities.
The specific measures implemented in the institution to ensure high quality in academic mobility activities. The outgoing students go through a multi-step selection process, according to the fixed algorithm. The Departmental Coordinators are responsible for Learning Agreements and any further changes in them. Academic recognition is given to all the students who fulfill the obligations from the LA, and present the documentation required. We plan to introduce an improved formula for LA, to make the evaluation and recognition process easier. Our university has adopted the system in which 60 credits are planned for an academic year. Different courses valued differently, depending on how demanding they are. Different value is also ascribed to lectures, seminars, laboratories, or exercises. Students are given credits provided they complete the given subject as well as pass/fail marks. The official University web page offers the basic information on our curricula. Outgoing students get information and counseling from the staff and International Office (responsible for formal and administrative work) and Departmental Coordinators (responsible for academic issues). 

Our University provides accommodation for incoming students in dormitories, which is the first step in the process of their integration into the local environment. We have also introduced the "buddy-system", where Polish students help and assist their colleagues, especially during the first period of their stay. Departmental Coordinators facilitate cooperation among academic teachers and they monitor the progress of incoming students. We also organize welcome and integration trips and the Polish language course. We are planning to increase the number and quality of such activities. The outgoing students and teachers are offered the opportunity to refresh and improve their language skills as the multimedia courses for different languages are available. The staff members who are candidates for mobility exchange must be accepted by the faculty and prove their language skills and the quality of materials prepared.
 
Quality of student placement activities.
The specific measures implemented in the institution to ensure high quality in student placements. In order to ensure the high quality of student placement, the university implements different measures. The management of the project consists of two sections: a didactic and an administrative one. The former deals with recruitment, selection and certification; the letter with periodic reports (both on internal and external level), as well as administrative and financial tasks. University partners are responsible for external communication, selection of the proper partner institutions for consortium, and fitting the placement to the specific needs of both students and the company chosen. The key issue is to disseminate innovative methods of education and henceforth to enlarge the competences of the beneficiaries as well as their competitiveness on the labour market. Industrial partners are responsible for the preparations of work placements (with consideration to new technologies). They also monitor the progress of the placement and contact the University when necessary.
 
Each outgoing student has the work-program designed, with special attention given to the student's area of interests, professional plans and individual skills. Students periodically report the progress of placement to supervising representatives of both the university and company, who regularly evaluate the quality of work and help the students whenever didactic support is required. The dean recognizes the stay in a partner institution as the practical placement period required in the study program. The practical placement is followed by the report presented for evaluation to both the faculty and the industrial partner. Depending on the value and quality of report, certain study subjects can be recognized on its basis; in case of more advanced students, the report can be recognized as a part of their diploma dissertations. The students receive a certificate issued by both the enterprise and the University.
 
 
 

Bilateral agreements within Erasmus+ / LLP-Erasmus

Austria

Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Technische Universitat Wien – Vienna University of Technology

Wien - A WIEN02
  • Subject area (STUDENTS) - Mechanics and metal work
  • Subject area (TEACHERS) - Mechanics and metal work
www.tuwien.ac.at
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Technische Universitat Wien - Vienna University of Technology

WIEN - A WIEN02
www.tuwien.ac.at

Belgia

Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven - Catholic University College Ghenty

Gent - B GENT16 (extended agreements) http://www.kahosl.be

Karel de Grote-Hogeschool Katholieke Hogeschool Antwerpen - Karel de Grote University College

Antwerpen - B ANTWERP59 http://www.kdg.be

Bulgaria

Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Sofia University "Saint Kliment Ohridski"

Sofia - BG SOFIA06
  • Subject area (STUDENTS) - Foreign Languages
  • Subject area (TEACHERS) - Foreign Languages
www.uni-sofia.bg

St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Turnovo

Veliko Turnovo - BG VELIKO01
  • Subject area (STUDENTS) - Languages
  • Subject area (TEACHERS) - Languages
www.uni-vt.bg
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Ploviv University "Paisii Hilendarski"

Plovdiv - BG PLOVDIV04
www.uni-plovdiv.bg 

Sofia University "Saint Kliment Ohridski"

Sofia - BG SOFIA06  www.uni-sofia.bg

Croatia

 Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015): 

Sveuciliste u Zagrebu - University of Zagreb

 Zagreb - HR ZAGREB01
Subject area (STUDENTS) – Foregin Languages (Croatian)
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Foregin Languages (Croatian)
www.unizg.hr

Sveuciliste u Rijeci - University of Rijeka

Rijeka - HR RIJEKA01
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Foregin Languages
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Foregin Languages
www.uniri.hr 
 Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus: 

Sveuciliste u Zagrebu - University of Zagreb

Zagreb - HR ZAGREB01
www.unizg.hr

Sveuciliste u Rijeci - University of Rijeka

Rijeka - HR RIJEKA01
www.uniri.hr

Czech Republic

Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015): 

Technicka Univerzita Ostrava - Technical University of Ostrava

 Ostrava - CZ OSTRAVA01
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Environmental Sciences, Business and Administration
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Environmental Sciences, Business and Administration www.vsb.cz

Ostravska Univerzita v Ostrave - University of Ostrava

Ostrava - CZ OSTRAVA02
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Languages and Philological Sciences
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Languages and Philological Sciences www.osu.cz

Jihoceska Univerzita v Ceskych Budejovicích - University of South Bohemia

Ceske Budejovice - CZ CESKE01
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Foreign languages
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Foreign languages www.pf.jcu.cz

Univerzita Pardubica - University of Pardubice

Pardubice - CZ PARDUB01
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Foreign languages
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Foreign languages www.upce.cz
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Masarykova Univerzita - Masaryk University in Brno

Brno - CZ BRNO05
www.muni.cz

Univerzita Hradec Kralove - University of Hradec Kralove Hradec Kralove

Hradec Kralove - CZ HRADEC01
www.uhk.cz

Technicka Univerzita Ostrava - Technical University of Ostrava

Ostrava - CZ OSTRAVA01
www.vsb.cz

Ostravska Univerzita v Ostrave - University of Ostrava

Ostrava - CZ OSTRAVA02
www.osu.cz

Technicka Univerzita v Liberci - Technical University of Liberec

Liberec - CZ LIBEREC01
www.web.tul.cz

Univerzita Karlova v Praze - Charles University in Prague

Prague - CZ PRAHA07
www.cuni.cz

Jihočeská univerzita v Českých Budějovicích - University of South Bohemia

Ceske Budejovice - CZ CESKE01
www.jcu.cz

Univerzita Palackeho v Olomouci - Palacky University, Olomouc

Olomouc - CZ OLOMOUC01
www.upol.cz

Univerzita Pardubica - University of Pardubice

Pardubice - CZ PARDUB01
www.upce.cz

Univerzita Tomase Bati ve Zline - Tomas Bata University in Zlin

Zlin - CZ ZLIN01
www.web.utb.cz

Zapadoceska univerzita v Plzni - University of West Bohemia

Plzni - CZ CESKE01
www.zcu.cz

Denmark

 Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

VIA University College - the Alpha Centre for Higher Education, the Mid-West Centre for Higher Education, the Vita Centre for Higher Education, the University College Jutland and Vitus Bering Denmark

Risskov - DK RISSKOV06
www.viauc.dk

Aarhus Universitet - Aarhus University

Aarhus - DK AARHUS01
www.au.dk

Aalborg Universitet - Aalborg University

Aalborg - DK ALBORG01
www.aau.dk

Finland

 Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Turun ammattikorkeakoulu - Turku University of Applied Sciences

Turku - SF TURKU05
www.tuas.fi

Tampereen Teknillinen Yliopisto - Tampere University of Technology

Tampere - SF TAMPERE02
www.tut.fi

Suomen Suurinammattikorkeakoulu - Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Helsinki - SF HELSINK37
www.metropolia.fi

Oulun Yliopisto - University of Oulu

Oulu - SF OULU01
www.oulu.fi

Lappeenrannan Teknillinen Yliopisto - Lappeenranta University of Technology

Lappeenranta - SF LAPPEEN01
www.lut.fi

Lahden Ammattikorkeakoulu - Lahti University of Applied Sciences

Lahti - SF LAHTI11 (extended agreement)
www.lamk.fi

France

  Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Universite de Lorraine – University of Lorraine

Lorraine - F NANCY43
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction
www.iniv-lorraine.fr

IRFSS Nord-Pas-de-Calais - Institut Regional de Formation Sanitaire et Sociale Croix-Rouge Francaise Nord–Pas-De-Calais

Calais - F DOUAI12
irfss-nord-pas-de-calais.croix-rouge.fr

Suomen Suurinammattikorkeakoulu - Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Helsinki - SF HELSINK37
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Nursing
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Nursing
www.metropolia.fi
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Nancy Universite Henri Poincare - the Université Henri Poincaré

Nancy - F NANCY01
www.uhp-nancy.fr

Germany

  Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden - Dresden University of Applied Sciences

Dresden - D DRESDEN01
Subject area (STUDENTS) – Sciences, Mathematics and Computing
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Sciences, Mathematics and Computing
www.htw-dresden.de

Hochschule Mittweida - University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida

Mittweida - D MITTWEI01
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Engineering and eng. trades, Business and administration
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Engineering and eng. Trades
www.hs-mittweida.de

Suomen Suurinammattikorkeakoulu - Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences

Helsinki - SF HELSINK37
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Nursing
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Nursing
www.metropolia.fi
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main - University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt

Frankfurt - D FRANKFU04
www.fh-frankfurt.de

Fachhochschule Frankfurt am Main - University of Applied Sciences Frankfurt

Frankfurt - D FRANKFU04
www.fh-frankfurt.de

Fachhochschule Braunschweig/Wolfenbuttel Ostfalia Hochschule fur angewandte Wissenschaften - Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences

Wolfenbuttel - D WOLFENB01
www.ostfalia.de

Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg - University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Erlangen - Nurnberg - D ERLANGE01
www.uni-erlangen.de

Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden - Dresden University of Applied Sciences

Dresden - D DRESDEN01
www.htw-dresden.de

Greece

  Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Technological Educational Institute of Central - Technological Educational Institution of Serres

Serres - G SERRES01
Subject area (STUDENTS) – Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction, Social Sciences, Business and Law
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction, Social Sciences, Business and Law
www.teiser.gr
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Technological Educational Institution of Serres

Serres - G SERRES01
www.teiser.gr

Technologiko Ekpedeftiko Idrima-Kavalas - Technological Educational Institute of Kavala

Kavala - G KAVALA01
www.teikav.edu.gr

Hungary

  Partner universities within Erasmus+ (since academic year 2014/2015):

Pazmany Peter Katolikus Egyetem - Pazmany Peter Catholic University

Budapest - HU BUDAPES12
Subject area (STUDENTS) - Languages
Subject area (TEACHERS) - Languages
www.ppke.hu
Partner universities within LLP-Erasmus:

Debreceni Egyetem - University of Debrecen

Debrecen - HU DEBRECE01
www.unideb.hu

Pazmany Peter Katolikus Egyetem - Pazmany Peter Catholic University

Budapest - HU BUDAPES12
www.ppke.hu

Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem - Eötvös Loránd University

Budapest - HU BUDAPEST01
www.elte.hu

European programmes

The University of Bielsko-Biala participates in different kinds of projects within European programmes well-known across the Europe.
Detailed information about the exact projects can be found at: www.dn.ath.bielsko.pl

Lifelong Learning Programme

Lifelong Learning Programme is a special programme proposed by European Commission designed to enable people to stimulate learning experiences and help to develop the education and training sector along Europe. There are four sub-programs funded by the Commission and they cover different levels of education and training: Comenius for schools, Erasmus for higher education, Leonardo da Vinci for vocational education and training, Grundtvig for adult education.
The Erasmus Programme (EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) was established in 1987 and since that year developed widely internationally. It was named after the Dutch philosopher Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. Name of the Programme (Erasmus) also matches with the extended name in the brackets above.
Since the establishment nearly three million Europeans have participated in the programme.
The University of Bielsko-Biala sends and receives students for study period and practical palcements. The period of study can last for the semester or a whole academic year. Placements last for minimum 3 months up to 12 month within the same academic year. Staff Training Assignment and Staff Teaching Assignment are two projects for staff exchange. Normally outgoing staff and students receive grant.

Scholarship and Training Fund

Countries: Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein have offered to Poland financial aid under common name Norwegian funds. This grant was given to Poland to be used between years 2004-2009 to reduce social and economic differences among the European labor market. Special support was also given to the area of the education known as the Scholarship and Training Fund (STF), to establish and tighten educational contacts between Poland and countries mentioned above. Budget of 90% was given from STF countries; the rest was covered by the Polish State budget. The budgeting has finished in 2011, however a new phase is expected to be started in 2013.

7th Framework Programm

Wide range of the Framework Programmes for Research and Technological Development were developed as a funding programme by European Union to promote, support and encourage researching and technological development. Abbreviations for Frameworks Programmes vary from FP1 to FP8. At this very moment project FP7 is implemented. It had started in 2007 and it will last until 2013. The funding is growing for each Framework. 

Human Capital Programm

Programme was implemented by European Union in 2007 and intended for Poland. It will be running until 2013 and will try to help to increase the employment rate and reduce social differences within the country. The special emphasis is shown to make public administration service easier and more quality, to improve professional activity of the individuals, to popularize the educational system. European Union finance 85% of the activities, 15% has to be provided by the national budget.

Erasmus charter and policy statement


University of Bielsko-Biala Erasmus Charter

The specific actions planned to give visibility to Erasmus activities.
In response to the Lisbon strategy of creating a common, European educational space, the University of Bielsko-Biała aims to improve the quality of courses offered, to increase the number of courses in foreign languages and in eLearning system, and to encourage students, academic staff and researchers to intensify international cooperation. We also find it important to continue the process of adapting to the local environment, consulting our common needs on the daily basis. In consequence, science the year 2000, two new educational lines have been established and the existing ones are undergoing the process of modernization. International cooperation is considered to be a crucial factor for the development of the University. Therefore, the network of international partners has been developed, the portfolio of agreements has been enlarged, and new structures and procedures have been introduced. The university plans to increase the staff and students exchange. Special attention will be given to the activities attracting incoming students and staff, as our exchange has so far been unbalanced. Consequently, we plan to increase the number of Curricula Development and Thematic Network projects, and to develop more courses fit for international environment. We also aim to increase the number of international industrial placement offered to our students, as they provide the students with an important experience in the process of Lifelong Learning. We hope that the actions listed above will help to create a multicultural environmental at the university, and will also positively influence the local milieu.
 
For a few years now, the information about the program, as well as the reports of the returning Erasmus students and staff members have been published on the web page; interviews on the subject of student and staff exchange are published on a regular basis in the university magazine. The meetings for the new candidates for the program are organized periodically and short presentation are given to the students before lectures. Our brochure and posters are prepared and printed on the regular basis. We plan to continue and develop this kind of activities. Additionally, we plan to give information about the European Policy and international programs and exchange to the local media. The Erasmus University Charter and European University Statement will be published on the University web page. In order to ensure the non-discrimination policy, the University will focus on the issue which is particularly important to us-on the enhancement of social and economics cohesion. There are commissions responsible for apportionment to the funds for the financial help for our students. There are also plans to open a new academic building, adapted to the needs of disabled students and staff members. As the University is located in a multicultural environment, no special measures have to be taken to ensure gender equality or to combat xenophobia or racism.
 
Quality of academic mobility activities.
The specific measures implemented in the institution to ensure high quality in academic mobility activities. The outgoing students go through a multi-step selection process, according to the fixed algorithm. The Departmental Coordinators are responsible for Learning Agreements and any further changes in them. Academic recognition is given to all the students who fulfill the obligations from the LA, and present the documentation required. We plan to introduce an improved formula for LA, to make the evaluation and recognition process easier. Our university has adopted the system in which 60 credits are planned for an academic year. Different courses valued differently, depending on how demanding they are. Different value is also ascribed to lectures, seminars, laboratories, or exercises. Students are given credits provided they complete the given subject as well as pass/fail marks. The official University web page offers the basic information on our curricula. Outgoing students get information and counseling from the staff and International Office (responsible for formal and administrative work) and Departmental Coordinators (responsible for academic issues).

Our University provides accommodation for incoming students in dormitories, which is the first step in the process of their integration into the local environment. We have also introduced the "buddy-system", where Polish students help and assist their colleagues, especially during the first period of their stay. Departmental Coordinators facilitate cooperation among academic teachers and they monitor the progress of incoming students. We also organize welcome and integration trips and the Polish language course. We are planning to increase the number and quality of such activities. The outgoing students and teachers are offered the opportunity to refresh and improve their language skills as the multimedia courses for different languages are available. The staff members who are candidates for mobility exchange must be accepted by the faculty and prove their language skills and the quality of materials prepared.
 
Quality of student placement activities.
The specific measures implemented in the institution to ensure high quality in student placements. In order to ensure the high quality of student placement, the university implements different measures. The management of the project consists of two sections: a didactic and an administrative one. The former deals with recruitment, selection and certification; the letter with periodic reports (both on internal and external level), as well as administrative and financial tasks. University partners are responsible for external communication, selection of the proper partner institutions for consortium, and fitting the placement to the specific needs of both students and the company chosen. The key issue is to disseminate innovative methods of education and henceforth to enlarge the competences of the beneficiaries as well as their competitiveness on the labour market. Industrial partners are responsible for the preparations of work placements (with consideration to new technologies). They also monitor the progress of the placement and contact the University when necessary.
 
Each outgoing student has the work-program designed, with special attention given to the student's area of interests, professional plans and individual skills. Students periodically report the progress of placement to supervising representatives of both the university and company, who regularly evaluate the quality of work and help the students whenever didactic support is required. The dean recognizes the stay in a partner institution as the practical placement period required in the study program. The practical placement is followed by the report presented for evaluation to both the faculty and the industrial partner. Depending on the value and quality of report, certain study subjects can be recognized on its basis; in case of more advanced students, the report can be recognized as a part of their diploma dissertations. The students receive a certificate issued by both the enterprise and the University.

 

Science and International Cooperation Office

Science and International Cooperation Office reports directly to the Vice-Rector for Science and Finances.

Main tasks:

  • cooperation with the university's basic units in the task of planning, coordinating and reporting on research and development and scientific cooperation with foreign countries,
  • preparation of the research policy of the university,
  • auditing the financial merit of scientific projects financed from the state budget and transfer them to the authorities of state administration,
  • providing information on existing legislation, procedures and their changes in the field of science and about scientific conferences, courses, internships, scholarships and opportunities to participate in research projects,
  • coordination of work related to the implementation of university's internal grants,
  • collection of data for evaluation research units in terms of scientific, economic and development of information, analyzes and to report in this area;
  • assistance in the preparation of applications for scientific-research projects' funds and projects financed by the Structural Funds,
  • identifying and updating data on the research potential of the University in the area of international research collaboration,
  • assistance in establishing and maintaining relationships and collaborative research with foreign institutions,
  • coordinating the matters relating to staff visits abroad,
  • organizing official foreign delegations coming to the University, conducting registration of foreign guests.
Science and International Coopertion Office

Address:
     ul. Willowa 2
     43-309 Bielsko-Biała
     Poland

     building L, room: 311 (3rd floor)
     tel.: +48 (33) 82 79 330 or 445
     fax: + 48 (33) 82 79 201
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Ewa Sobiecka, MSc
head of the office
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Katarzyna Dudek, MSc
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Maria Kamińska, MA
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Academic Exchange Office

Department responsible for international cooperation was established in 1993. Since that time the task of developing and intensifying international links has been undertaken in order to give students and staff the opportunity to contact universities abroad. Our institution is active in the European Union programmes such as: Lifelong Learning Programme-Erasmus, The Scholarship and Training Fund and others. Since 1 September 2012 the name of the department was changed into: Academic Exchange Office and since then the office focuses only on didactic issues.

Main tasks:

  • supporting the exchange of students and staff
  • running and extending the Erasmus bilateral agreements
  • coordinating the European programmes at the university regarding didactic issues
  • organizing visits of the foreign guests from the partner universities within LLP-Erasmus programme
  • providing information about mobility programmes
Academic Exchange Office

Address:
   ul. Willowa 2
   43-309 Bielsko-Biala
   Poland

    building L, room 402 (4th floor)
    tel.: +48 (33) 82 79 356 / +48 (33) 82 79 434
    tel./fax: +48 33 8279 447
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Hanna Lamers, MSc
head of the office
Erasmus Institutional Coordinator
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Mirella Olearczyk, MA
- teaching and administrative staff visits
- study abroad
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Dagmara Mika, PhD
Institutional Coordinator for Internships and Education Advisory
- international studies
- practical placements
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Adriana Procner, MSc
- study abroad
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Presenatation about Our University


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25 April 2017
Erasmus+ team keeps exploring the Silesian region around Poland.

This time team has visited Pszczyna city and castle museum, as well as famous bisons' park.

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25 April 2017
Happy to announce that our new tradition of International Dinners is very successful!

This time the name of the dinner was "Easter dinner", due to the forthcoming Easter celebration in Poland. However, as International team, we are happy to cook and try all dishes from all countries.

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