PRACTICE WITHIN THE ERASMUS + PROGRAM
Any interested WSH student (with the exception of postgraduate students) who meets the minimum criteria has a chance to go abroad for 2 to 12 months. A necessary condition is sufficient knowledge of English (B1) or the language of the country in which the internship will take place and the motivation of each candidate. A student entitled to go on an apprenticeship may not be on dean’s, health or scientific leave. The prerequisite is also the choice of the institution, enterprise or partner university, in which the practice will be carried out in accordance with the profile of studies (directional practice). However, it is allowed to have an unrelated practice as an optional practice. In addition, a trip to practice should not interfere with the envisaged date of graduation.
Each WSH student who, as part of a previous Erasmus program (studies and practice), has used the maximum period of 12 months on a given study cycle can not leave the same cycle with the new ERASMUS + program.
Every student at WSH may apply for the internship during the first year of bachelor’s / master’s or master’s degree studies, however the trip may take place at the earliest after completing the second semesters of studies.
ERASMUS + allows WSH graduates to travel only for practice for a maximum period of 12 months. The condition is to submit a declaration of willingness to participate in internships at the last year of first-cycle or master’s studies, and the trip itself must begin and end within 12 months of becoming WSH graduate.
Each WSH student and graduate can go to work for a maximum of 2 to 12 months (including studies) during each study cycle, ie:
1. Bachelor’s and engineering studies – 12 months (studies + practice)
2. Master’s studies – 12 months (studies + practice)
3. uniform master’s studies – 24 months (studies + practice)
WSH students themselves, or with the help of employees of the Foreign Relations Department, look for foreign institutions in which foreign internships are possible. In addition, WSH students recommend proven prestigious companies and universities, where there is also the possibility of apprenticeships.
For more details, please contact the Department of International Relations and Student Practices (p. 103, Traugutta 61a).
Before going to a partner university, the student is required to obtain a document entitling him to use healthcare on the territory of the European Union and to take out insurance for travel and stay at the partner university (medical expenses, civil liability and accident insurance).
The amount of funding granted to students depends on the direction of their trips in accordance with the following guidelines:
* mobility to countries with similar costs of living: students receive EU funding in the range of medium amounts;
* mobility to countries with higher costs of living; students receive EU funding in the range of higher amounts;
* mobility to countries with lower costs of living; students receive EU funding in the lower quota range.
European countries participating in the program have been divided into three groups according to the cost of living, which determines the amount of the scholarship. The amount of the scholarship in the 2017 Competition, depending on the choice of mobility direction, is illustrated as follows:
Countries participating in the program with higher costs of living (600 EUR-practice)
Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom, Italy
Countries participating in the program with average costs of living (550 EUR-practice)
Belgium, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Cyprus, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Iceland, Turkey
Countries participating in the program with lower costs of living (450 EUR – apprenticeship)
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
For whom higher funding?
* Disabled students
* Students in a difficult financial situation receiving in the WSH in the semester preceding the trip – a social scholarship
* winter semester: October-November
* summer term: March-April
In the case of unused funds, recruitment takes a whole year!
Where to start:
* Make sure you meet the required criteria
* Choose the direction of mobility
* Download and fill in the Application Form (attach CV in English)
* Submit documents in the Department of International Cooperation and student internships at scheduled dates (room 103)
* Wait for further instructions, test and interview dates and recruitment results
METHOD OF SETTLING ECTS WILL BE CALLED THROUGH THE PRACTICE ABROAD
Each Erasmus scholarship holder should be guaranteed full crediting of the internship period in a foreign institution. This means that foreign practice is recognized as equivalent to the practice required in the country.
The first indispensable condition for passing the placement is the approval of the internship program by the home university before the student leaves. This is done by signing the “Agreement on the internship program” by three parties: the home university, the university or the host institution and the student. Any changes made to the internship program after its signing must be approved in writing.
All documents related to the crediting should be approved and signed by competent persons.
The second necessary condition for the student to pass the internship is, of course, the implementation of the established program. In the case of a practice, confirmation of its successful completion is to obtain a certificate of residence and a document stating the implementation of the assumed program along with the assessment issued by the host institution.
Detailed information is provided by:
International Relations and Students’ Internships Office
Erasmus + Program Coordinator
26-600 Radom, room 103
tel / fax. 048 363 22 90 ext. 45
Working hours: Thursday- Saturday h. 8.00 – 16.00