|WHO CAN APPLY?
This project involves mobility of Students and Staff to Poland and from Poland in a collaborative framework of institutions taking part. Candidates complying with the following basic requirements can be selected for a grant under Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 1 Mobility for Learners and Staff in the sector of Higher Education:
HOW TO APPLY?
It is recommended to follow the procedure described step-by-step below. The Candidate shall:
Student and Staff mobility: 25 November 2018 (23:59 CET)
The application will have to be submitted online and no paper versions will be accepted. Applications after this deadline are not accepted.
DOCUMENTS SPECIFIC FOR ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME
Candidates shall pay attention to the documents specific for Erasmus+ Programme:
|GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. ALL CANDIDATES MUST:|
|have sufficient knowledge of the language of instruction of the host university they apply to. Only official certificates will be accepted as proof of knowledge. Lack of a certificate is not an excluding criterion, however the project coordinating institution reserves a right to carry out a language interview via Skype before the mobility takes place to verify candidate's command of English.|
|check academic offer and specific requirements of potential host university before applying for a grant.|
|provide a passport soft copy to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org by 28th December 2016 for Student Mobility to ensure a mobility start in spring semester of the academic year 2016/17. Passport must be valid for at least 6 months upon returning to home university after study/ teaching period is completed.|
|have not exceeded "mobility capital" - grants cannot be awarded to those candidates who have studied and/or have been trained (internship) for more than a total of:
|SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES:Special attention is given to the less developed countries and disadvantaged candidates from poor socio-economic backgrounds and/or with a special needs. Proof of this vulnerable situation/disability is requested from all candidates alleging this status.|
Proposed project includes 4 types of mobility according to the academic level of the candidates who need to meet the following specific requirements:
|MOBILITY TYPE||SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS|
|Undergraduate||must have successfully completed at least one year of studies at their home institutions.|
|Master||must have obtained a Bachelor diploma and have been registered in a master program at the partner institution.|
|Doctorate||must have obtained a Master diploma and have been registered in a doctorate program at the partner institution should contact their respective potential supervisors at the host institution before applying in order to get a confirmation of supervision letter to carry out a research project beyond a course work (*optional). Individual research projects depend on the availability of potential supervisor and resources at a host university. There is no financing provided to cover costs of a research to be carried out at a host university.|
|Academic Staff||should contact their respective counterpart at the host university in order to accordingly draw up a teaching/work plan - Staff Mobility Agreement for Teaching Mobility Participants have to deliver min of 8 teaching hours/week. In all host institutions the teaching program and a pre-acceptance letter from a supervisor/university will be a priority condition for eligibility.|
|The fact that the candidate receives the confirmation of supervision letter (Doctorate) or the pre-acceptance letter (Staff) from the host university does not mean that he/she is already selected. The list of Grantees will depend on the results of the Erasmus+ selection and will be published officially.|