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European Programmes

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

 

ERASMUS+

erasmus logo

ERASMUS+ 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.

 

FSS

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.

 

sfp7th Framework Programme

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

Human Capital Programme

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.

 

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

aoe

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 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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News and Information

Authorities

  

Prof. dr hab. Jarosław Janicki
Rector of the University


 


Prof. dr hab. Iwona Adamiec-Wójcik
V-ce Rector 
for Science and Finances

 


Dr hab. Czesław Ślusarczyk, prof. ATH
V-ce Rector 
for Student Affairs and Education
 

 

About University

The University of Bielsko-Biala (Akademia Techniczno-Humanistyczna w Bielsku-Bialej) was founded in October 2001 as an independent governmental academic institution. Previously, since 1969, it had been a branch of the Technical University of Lodz (Politechnika Lódzka). The machine-design, electrical and textile industries are traditional for the region so the main education areas have been long established. With the change in the economy, there have also developed other fields of study including management, humanities, environmental and computer sciences. 

At present there are about 7000 students studying at five faculties which employ experienced academic staff embracing professors and other specialists. Their number is constantly growing and currently there work about 400 people, with 200 professors and doctors. 

The University of Bielsko-Biala is open to new ideas and opportunities to improve modern educational tools. Internationalization has become here the most important objective of the University being constantly promoted through its participation in various European network projects. 
The University cooperates with institutions from all over the world and the number of agreements is growing rapidly each year - nowadays the University of Bielsko-Biala has agreements with about 100 institutions in more than 25 countries.
The virtaul tour - see the campus

Information about fees for foreign students

CAUTION! According to the new Rectors Regulation tuition fees for the academic year 2017/2018 at the University of Bielsko-Biala will be presented soon.
Fees for foreigners for BA and MA studies depend on faculty and area of studies. 

Information about fees for foreign students for academic year 2017/2018

 
 FACULTY

 
 FIELD OF STUDY  LEVEL  PRICE FOR SEMESTER:
information
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 LANGUAGE

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science

 Automatics and Robotics 1st    Polish
 Computer Science 1st    Polish
 Mechanical Engineering 1st    Polish
 Management and Production Engineering 1st    Polish
 
 Computer Science 2nd    Polish
 Mechanical Engineering 2nd    Polish
 Management and Production Engineering 2nd    Polish
 

Faculty of Materials, Civil and Environmental Engineering

 Civil Engineering 1st    Polish
 Environmental Engineering 1st    Polish
 Environmental Protection 1st    Polish
 Textile Engineering 1st    Polish
 Materials Engineering 1st    Polish
 
 Environmental Engineering 2nd    Polish
 Textile Engineering 2nd    Polish
 

Faculty of Management and Transport

 Sociology 1st    Polish
 Transport 1st    Polish
 Management 1st    Polish
 
 Management 2nd    Polish
 International Management 2nd    English!
 

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 English Philology 1st    English
 Spanish Philology 1st    Spanish
 Slavic Languages (Croatian, Czech, Russian Philology) 1st    Croatian, Czech, Russian, Polish
 Polish Philology 1st    Polish
 Pedagogy 1st    Polish
 
 English Philology 2nd    
 Spanish Philology 2nd    
 Slavic Languages (Croatian, Czech, Russian Philology) 2nd    
 Polish Philology 2nd    Polish
 Pedagogy 2nd    Polish
 

Faculty of Health Sciences

 Nursing 1st    Polish
 Emergency Medicine 1st    Polish
       
 Nursing 2nd    Polish

 

For foreign students who are planning to study at the University of Bielsko-Biała we offer Polish language course.
This language course consists of 600 teaching hours and lasts one academic year (so called “0” year ). The cost of the Polish language course depends on the number of participants. For the group of 10 students the cost is 1 000 euro per year (500 euro per semester).
 
 
The recruitment fee for all students is 82 PLN.

Dagmara Mika PhD
Institutional Coordinator for Internships and Education Advisory
Academic Exchange Office