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MY HOMETOWN - BODRUM - movie made by Savas Avci - Erasmus+ student in PWSTE in Jarosław!

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Please take a look at the movie made by Savas Avci - Erasmus+ exchange student from Usak University in Turkey, who spend the whole academic year 2016/2017 at the Bronislaw Markiewicz State Higher School of Technology and Economics in Jaroslaw (Poland). Savas' field of study is Advertising and Public Relations at the Faculty of Communication in the mother University. Recorded video movie describes his hometown Bodrum. SAVAS! GREAT, PROFESSIONAL JOB! THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THE BEAUTIFUL RELATION! BEST GREETINGS FOR YOUR FAMILY!

Foreign students staying in PWSTE within the Erasmus+ Programme in the academic year 2016/2017 (winter semester)

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Savas Avci – Field of study: Advertising and Public Relations
Faculty of Communication

Mohammed Zaker Nadiri - Field of study: Public Administration
Faculty of Political Science

Altymyrat Jorayev - Field of study: Information System Engineering
Faculty of Computer Science and Technology Information

Recep Budak - Field of study: International Relations
Faculty of Political Science

Erdem Orhan - Field of study: Electric and Electronics Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

Muhammed Altıparmak - Field of study: International Relations
Faculty of Political Science

Emir Köroğlu - Field of study: Hospitality Managament
Faculty: Faculty of Tourism

Juan Garcia Gallego - Field of study: English Studies
Faculty of Letters


Presentations of foreign students' countries and universities staying in PWSTE within the Erasmus + Programme

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Erasmus students who came from different countries to PWSTE introduced their countries and their home universities to the PWSTE’s students by making presentations to the end of the semester. Students who came from Spain, Turkey, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan offered the most prefered universities in their countries to the PWSTE’s students. There was totally cultural fusion.


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International Relations Department of the Bronislaw Markiewicz State Higher School of Technology and Economics in Jarosław organized a bus trip to Bieszczady Mountains for Erasmus+ students, which was guided by PhD Marcin Warchoła. The trip lasted 2 days. First station was Sanok town. During the first day, Erasmus+ students had visited the two viewpoints of Bieszczady Mountains, The Museum of Folk Architecture, The Historical Museum in Renaissance Castle and The Old Town of Sanok. And the second station of the trip was Ustrzyki Dolne town. During this day, students had visited the Solina dam and The Museum of Natural BNP in Ustrzyki and Przemyśl town, which was last station of the trip. During these two days, I really enjoyed as one of the Erasmus students. I was impressed when I saw museums, mountains views and the highest dam in Poland. Our university provided great opportunities for us. One of them was the transport support. During the trip, we traveled by bus. Another one was accommodation support. We stayed in a cozy hotel in Sanok. We had dinner and breakfast in hotel. By the way, one important thing about museums was that we had English guides in all museums which we visited. The another great thing was that we did not pay for anything. Financal support was provided by our university - PWSTE in Jarosław. We are happy to be here.

Recep Budak, Erasmus+ student from Sakaraya University inTurkey (traineeship in PWSTE within the Erasmus+ Programme - 10.2016-04.2017)

Erasmus+ students' travel to Prague

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Savas Avci

Our travel to Prague was totally awesome. The historical places, the people, the streets and the weather were great. We spent two days in Prague and they were the best days of my life. My favorite place without dispute is John Lennon Wall and after that the view of Prague Castle. You can see and watch whole city. If you would ask me everyone must see to Prague.

"Programa Golondrina" ("Swallow Programme")

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We remind you that the application deadline for participating in the "Programa Golondrina" ("Swallow Programme") is coming Friday 16th of December. The name of the Programme "Swallow" makes reference to migratory birds and we consider it is a nice image given that this is a mobility programme for Murcia citizens or their descendants living abroad. The Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia and the University of Murcia promote this project to reinforce the links with our citizens living abroad. This programme offers students, who are descendants of citizens from the Region of Murcia (Spain), the possibility of studying during the second academic term 2016-17 at the University of Murcia in Spain with a grant that covers accommodation, living expenses, medical insurance, travel costs and tuition fees. The applicants should meet the following requirements:
- Be born in Murcia or be descendants of Murcia citizens
- Be resident in an European or American country
- Taking a degree at an European or American university
- To have completed at least 60 credits of their degree
- To be authorised by their home university to take part in this programme
- Non-native candidates will have to demonstrate their knowledge of Spanish.

Successful candidates are required to take courses of their choice at the University of Murcia. For information about the course catalogues please see The application form along with all the required documentation must be sent by the 16th December to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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International Relations Office SERVICIO DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES CAMPUS DE ESPINARDO Ed. Rector Soler, 2? planta 30071 MURCIA-ESPANA, tel. 34 868 884074, fax 34 868 884130, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Tel. 34 868 888113
Fax 34 868 888114


Emir Koroglu, Erasmus+ student in PWSTE for the whole academic year 2016/2017

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Emir Koroglu

My name is Emir Koroglu and I'm the Erasmus+ student in PWSTE, where I came for the whole academic year 2016/2017. Once in my free time I went to the Vilnius, which is the capital of Lithuania. That country is very beatiful especially when the weather is sunny. Lithuania is full of trees so you will see trees everywhere, it’s like forest and that day we went to the one of the oldest churches in Vilnius. That church is very nice with its history and architecture...

Emir Koroglu, Erasmus+ student in PWSTE - November 2016


Our Erasmus+ students on the picnic in Helusz, 28th May 2016

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As a tradition it was organized the 19th charity picnic (last Saturday in May) under the title "With a neighbor to a picnic." The event took place at the Centre for Recreation and Sports in Helusz, near Pruchnik. The guests of honor of this traditional event were people with disabilities, the residents of nursing homes from the province, children from orphanages and charity centers (approximately 2500). There were also approximately 2500 invited guests, as well as attendants, including 200 students from schools in Jaroslaw. Among the guests there were also representatives of local authorities and parliamentarians of the region.