In the winter semester of the academic year 2022/2023, the Bronislaw Markiewicz State University of Technology and Economics in Jaroslaw hosts students representing partner universities of Spain and Türkiye.
A catalogue of subjects in English has been prepared for foreign students staying at PWSTE. Magdalena Bojarska M.Sc., Spokesperson and Head of the Department of International Cooperation and Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator of PWSTE, Jarosław is responsible for the organization of their stay.
Young people from the University of Granada in Spain and Kahramanmaras Istiklal University, as well as University of Samsun or Karadeniz Technical University, Kastamonu and Munzur University from Türkiye study within the European Union ERASMUS+ Programme.
The students of PWSTE, Jarosław also go to study and do internships abroad within the EU programme – Erasmus+. They visit the following countries and universities: University of Trento in Italy and School of Education of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto in Portugal, as well as Univerzita Jana Evangelisty Purkyně v Ústí nad Labem in Czech Republic and Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences in Lithuania.
Currently, a group of PWSTE students is going to study abroad during the second semester. The selected countries include: Portugal, Croatia, Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Spain. The participants of the program are students of the following fields of study: Logistics and Shipping, Nursing, English Philology and Administration - explains Magdalena Bojarska, who is responsible for the implementation of the international mobilities.
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In the second semester of the academic year 2021/2022, the International Relations Office of the Bronislaw Markiewicz State University of Technology and Economics in Jaroslaw was a place of internship for a great student, representing a Turkish high school - Munzur University.
Dilara Aras was responsible for a daily communication between international students studying at PWSTE, helping with basic administrative work, assisting the Head of International Cooperation Office with daily tasks and she got familiarized with the specificity of work in the international department.
The traineeship was organized in the framework of the ERASMUS+ Programme of the European Union. Erasmus+ internships are part of the mobility opportunities offered by universities and aim to allow students to have international experience in a practical work context.
Being an intern abroad means gaining practical, hands-on experience in an international company or organization while still having all the fun adventures - and not to mention college credit - afforded during a study abroad program.
International Relations Office of PWSTE in Jaroslaw has the pleasure to directing its internship offer to international students within the Erasmus+ Placement framework.
Erasmus+ internships can be carried out in the programme countries, which include the Member States of the European Union and the Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia or Turkey as well as in partner countries.
On September 12-16, 2022, PWSTE has hosted 2 scientists within the Erasmus+ Programme from the Turkish partner institution called Burdur Mehmet Akif Ersoy University.
Abdullah TANTA, PhD and İmge YURDABAKAN, PhD have been welcomed by Magdalena Bojarska, the Head of International Cooperation Department and Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator at PWSTE in Jaroslaw.
During a very productive stay, many topics related to the bilateral cooperation within the Erasmus+ Programme have been discussed.
Foreign guests have been delighted with the warm hospitality of the International Cooperation Department of PWSTE in Jaroslaw.
The mobility within the Erasmus+ Programme of the staff results, among others, in increasing job satisfaction, improving social, linguistic and cultural competences, as well as strengthening cooperation with the partner institution. The mobility affects their personal and professional development, as they expand or establish new contacts, as well as use good practices learned abroad. Staff strengthens their language skills by acquiring qualifications specific to the higher education sector relevant to their current job and professional development.