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Open call for ERASMUS+ mobility for studies in academic year 2019/2020
The call has been extented till 18th of March 2018
From 15th of January 2018 till 15th of March 2019 students of Maritime University of Szczecin can apply for ERASMUS+ mobility for studies in academic year 2019/2020.
WHAT IS ERASMUS+?
WHERE CAN I GO?
is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport for the years 2014-2020. Thanks to the Erasmus+ study programme you have the possibility to spend a study period of minimum 3 months, maximum 12 months (usually one semester) in one of our partner universities - Universities that signed a cooperation agreement with MUS. Students may be awarded an ERASMUS grant to help cover the travel and subsistence costs (including insurance and visa costs) incurred in connection with their study period abroad.
ERASMUS+ programme mobility is european wide programme. The student exchange for studies allows students to participate in exchange with the Partner Universities
of their home school (the Universities had to first agree on the recogniction of the study programmes. List of the partner universities of Maritime University of Szczecin in the field of Navigation is avaible here
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Student mobility for studies, enables you to spend an integrated period of study of between 3 months and 12 months in another participating country. You may be awarded an ERASMUS+ grant to help cover the travel and subsistence costs (including insurance and visa costs) incurred in connection with your study period abroad. ERASMUS students are exempted from paying fees for tuition, registration, examinations and access to laboratory and library facilities at the host institution. The payment of any national grant or loan to outgoing students should be maintained during the ERASMUS study period abroad.
For each student individually there is “Learning Agreement for studies" prepared setting out the programme of studies to be followed, as approved by the student, the home and the host institution and a study agreement (grant agreement) covering the mobility period and signed between the student and his or her home higher education institution.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE?
In order to participate you have to pass a selection process. The selection is based on academic merit (GPA) and knowledge of the language of instruction at the partner university.
is to choose Partner University
. In application form we ask you for your 3 top picks – that way if you are not qualified to your first choice you will be taken in consideration for other schools. It is not obligatory however to choose all 3 schools (you have to choose at least one school). While choosing the Partner University please make sure to check language requirements and avaible subjects.
After you`ve chosen the University, you need to fil in the application form and submit it at International Mobility Office
(room 102, MUS main building) until 18.03.2019 at 15:30.
You need to fill in application form in the electronic version, then print it and sign it (if you don`t have access to printer you can print it at our office).
Third step is language skills. We need to verify whether your language skills comply with partner University requirement. That is why students applying for ERASMUS+ exchange need to pass the written language exam. Please note that you are exempted from language exam if you:
- have an international language certificate on minimum B1 level (or B2 level if required by partner University) in language the classes will be conducted at Partner University;
- are studying at Maritime University of Szczecin in English and applying for mobility with English as language of instruction;
- are native speaker of language of instruction at partner University.
Last step of application process is assessment of all applications by FACULTY's ERASMUS+ Board
. The board will take in the consideration following criteria
- fulfillment the language requirment of partner university
- student's GPA for all completed subject
In case of great interest of students the board can decide to add additional criteria in the assessment process but must inform all students about additional criteria, and if necessary give students additional time for providing additional documents. The result of board assessment will be ranking list of qualified students and if necessary also order of the reserve list. Students will get information about the recruitment status as well as about next steps in preparing to the exchange in an email . By passing the selection process and being qualified you will get the Erasmus+ Student status.
As an ERASMUS+ student you can receive the scholarship to help cover costs of studying abroad. The amount of scholarships depeds from the following criteria*
- Country of mobility (there are three groups of countries depending from the costs of living)
- Time of stay - scholarship is granted for prearranged number of days (period of semester and exams at partner University)
- Student’s financial situation
There are two types of scholarship: if you receive University scholarship for difficult financial situation you will be receiving the grant from PO WER
programme. Other students will receive ERASMUS+ grant
The funding for student mobility is awarded to students in the order of ranking list. Unfortunately, the amount of ERASMUS funding that University receives is limited . In situation when number of students exceeds the total amount of funding available, qualified students below the funding threshold can still participate in ERASMUS+ mobility but will not receive programme grant – so called “zero grant mobility”.
*Please note that study results at partner university can also impact on total amount of the scholarship. In case of non-satisfactory study results at partner university MUS can limit or withdrawal funding.
Need any more information?
Please contact ERASMUS+ Coordinator Ewa Tarabicka
International Mobility Office
room 102, MUS main building
+48 91 480 93 45