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Practice abroad


Any interested WSH?s student (with the exception of post-graduate students) that meets the minimum criteria has a chance to go abroad on a 2 to 12 months practice. A necessary condition is a sufficient knowledge of the English language or knowledge of country’s language where to plan to go and a positive motivation. Student whom is entitled to participate in the practice can?t remain on deans, health or science leaves. It?s also required of candidates to select a facility, businesses or a partner university in which the practice is to be carried in accordance with the profile of study (specialization). In addition, a practice schedule shouldn?t interfere with the expected date of graduation.
If WSH?s student, have already used a maximum of 12 months abroad, under the previous Erasmus (study or practice) can?t apply to a new ERASMUS + during the same course of study.
Each WSH?s student can go for practice after declarations however, must be submitted not later than during the II semester).
ERASMUS + entitles WSH?s graduates to participate only in practice for a maximum period of 12 months. The declarations to participate in the practices should be submitted on the final year of undergraduate or master?s studies, and the practice must begin and end within 12 months from the date of Graduation.
How long?
Each WSH?s student and graduate can participate in practice for as long as between 2 and 12 months (including studies) during each cycle of studies i.e.:
? Bachelor Degree (3yrs) ? 12 months (studies and practice)
? Master?s Degree (2yrs) ? 12 months (studies and practice)
? Uniform Master?s Degree (5yrs) ? 24 months (studies and practice)
WSH?s Students by themselves or with the assistance of the International Relations and Students’ Internships Office search for foreign institutions in which there is the opportunity for internships. Additionally, we provide WSH?s students with a list of prestigious companies and universities with possible internships offers.
For more information, please contact International Relations and Students’ Internships Office (61a Traugutta Street, room no. 103, call: +48 363 22 90 ext. 45 or e-mail:
Before going to the partner university student is required to obtain a license for the use of healthcare in the territory of the EU ? European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) and to buy insurance for travel and for stay at the partner university (medical costs and consequences of accidents).
The amount of funding given to students depends on the direction of travel and has to follow the guideline:
? Mobility to countries with similar cost of living: students receive EU funding amount in the medium range;
? Mobility to countries with a higher cost of living; students receive EU funding amount in the higher range;
? Mobility to countries with lowers costs of living; students receive EU funding amount in the lower range.
Based on the cost of living the European countries participating in the program were divided into 3 groups which determine the amount of scholarship granted:
Group I
Countries participating in the program with higher costs of living:
? Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, Italy
Group II
Countries participating in the program, with an average cost of living:
? Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Iceland, Turkey
Group III
Countries participating in the program with a lower cost of living:
? Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The rates of National Agency in the Erasmus+ Programme, AGREEMENT 2015/16. Individual support for those going in action 1 Funds 2015.

The rates of National Agency in the Erasmus+ Programme, AGREEMENT 2016/17. Individual support for those going in action 1 Funds 2016.

For whom the higher funding?
? Students with disabilities ? from 100 to 200 Euro per month (study and practice)
? Students with financial hardships, recipients of scholarship ? from 100 to 200 Euro per month (studies and practice)
? Spring semester: 2015/16 (is ended on 31st March 2016)
? Winter semester: 2016/17 (is ended on 31st March 2016)
In the case of unused funds for academic years, recruitment is ongoing the whole academic year!
Where to start?
? Make sure that you meet the requirements
? Select the direction of mobility
? Fill out a declaration to participate in the program and the Application Form (attach CV Polish and English)
? Place the documents in the IRaSIO in room 103 at Traugutta St.
? Wait for information about date of Test of knowledge of language
? Wait for the results of recruitment.
Each Erasmus student should be guaranteed the recognition of the full period of internship taken on a foreign institution/company. This means recognition of a foreign period of practice as equivalent to the period of practice in the country.
Firstly, the home institution has to approve the practise plan of a host institution before the student leaves. The three sides sign the ?Learning Agreement for Internships? -the home institution, host university or host institution and the student.
Any changes applying to the rules of these agreements have to be approved in writing.
Any documents related crediting points should be accepted and signed by the competent person in Dean?s Office.
Second prerequisite for a student to credit a practice is ofcourse completion of a set program. In the case of Internships it?s a Certificate of Attendance and the document confirming the completion of the assumed program together with an assessment issued by the host university/institution.
In accordance to the agreement between the National Agency and the University while signing the ?Learning Agreement?, University should minimize the impact of discrepancies, by always precisely define the equivalents before student?s departure. Student should have to ?work off? a minimum program differences after returning from the scholarship.
For more details on international practices, please contact:
61a Traugutta Street, room 103
26-600 Radom
Phone/fax. 048 363 22 90 Ext. 45

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