The International Cooperation Center
is pleased to announce that our University received the Erasmus Charter for Higher
for 2021-2027 on December 22, 2020.
The ECHE entitles us to apply for funding for all international activities under the Erasmus+ Program, including student and staff mobility, preparation and implementation of
international joint master's studies, teaching modules or short courses. It is the most important document issued by the European Commission, which entitles our University to carry out all
activities under the Erasmus+ Program in the years 2021-2027. Without this document, the Erasmus+ Program practically cannot function.
The application for the ECHE was submitted by the University Erasmus Program Coordinator, Ms Iwona Przyłęcka in the spring of 2020. Positive assessment of the application by the European Commission
confirms the high quality of activities carried out under the Erasmus+ Program by our University.
The new Erasmus+ Program for 2021-2027 introduces three key actions:
- Action 1 - Learning Mobility
- Action 2 - Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices (cooperation projects)
- Action 3 - Support for policy development and cooperation
for which a budget of approximately 30 billion Euro has been allocated.
Particular emphasis will be placed on:
- Undertaking activities ensuring the use and promotion of digital mobility management tools
- Greater use of mixed mobility and promoting environmentally friendly practices in all program activities.
- Use of former participants, students and employees (local ambassadors) to promote participation in the program.