The Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW coordinates educational projects included in the Key Action 1 Mobility for Learners and Staff - Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility with Partner Countries emerging a proposal with a wide geographical scope, covering 17 countries and 24 institutions from the Eurasia Region, Western Balkans, South-Mediterranean countries, South Africa and North America.
Proposed projects aim to exchange students, doctorate candidates and teaching staff between Poland and Partner Countries' Institutions oriented to life sciences, agriculture, biology, food sciences, environment and technology. Participating institutions will join efforts to enhance cooperation for providing excellence in teaching, research and promote exchange of students in the fields covered.
ERASMUS+ Programme includes 4 types of mobility according to the academic level of the candidates:
ERASMUS+ programme will cover monthly allowances:
|Category||Amounts of individual support|
|Student from Partner Country going to Poland||750 EUR / month|
|Student from Poland going to Partner Country||650 EUR / month|
|Staff from Partner Country going to Poland||140 EUR / day (up to 14 days of stay)|
|Staff from Poland going to Partner Country||160 EUR / day (up to 14 days of stay)|
Selected candidates will receive top-up amounts to support them in covering their travel costs (amount based on a travel distance).
|Between 100 and 499 KM:||180 EUR per participant|
|Between 500 and 1999 KM:||275 EUR per participant|
|Between 2000 and 2999 KM:||360 EUR per participant|
|Between 3000 and 3999 KM:||530 EUR per participant|
|Between 4000 and 7999 KM:||820 EUR per participant|
|8000 KM or more:||1100 EUR per participant|
|Grantees must cover insurance and visa fees on their own. Insurance is basically required by the consulate to obtain a visa.
Project coordinator takes final decision regarding daily allowances paid to staff and monthly allowances paid to students depending on the academic calendar of each partner institution (student mobility period is of minimum 3 months, maximum 5 months). The schedule of classes at the host institution must be respected.
Following table contain the expected mobility flow: GRANT DISTRIBUTION
SELECTION OF CANDIDATES
|The Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW launches mobility call for applicants within the lifetime of the project (depending on up-to-date number of awarded grants). Project coordinating institution reserves a right to open an additional call for applicants if necessary to ensure that the project mobility capacity is reached successfully.|