Erasmus for employees

The ERASMUS program supports international cooperation in higher education, enables students to travel abroad for part of their studies and practice, promotes student mobility, and gives universities numerous opportunities to participate in projects with their foreign partners. Poland has been involved in this program since 1998/99. Between 1995 and 2006, Erasmus was part of the Socrates Community Program and was part of the Lifelong Learning Program between 2007 and 2013. On 1 January 2014, the Lifelong Learning Program was replaced by the Erasmus + program for education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014-2020.

Erasmus for employees
Faculty of Social Sciences employees may also travel abroad for short periods of time to foreign institutions, such as businesses, organizations, educational institutions, including universities, to improve the skills and qualifications needed for their work (eg training, seminars, workshops).
There are two types of trips available to university staff carrying out mobility projects:
Trips to foreign universities for the purpose of conducting classes for students (these trips can only be used by academic teachers)
Trips to institutions, organizations, companies for training / for training purposes (qualification).

Detailed information can be found at .
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