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GSSR students and staff

Who can participate?

All staff and GSSR doctoral students who fulfil the Erasmus  eligibility requirements for participation.

It is only possible to spend a study period abroad at an institution with which the School has signed a bilateral agreement.

The GSSR fully supports the Erasmus Without Paper initiative and will follow the timetable for implementation of the European Student Card initiative

On this basis you may apply in writing to the School Director to participate in study visits to the following institutions:

Bogazici University (Department of Philosophy),Turkey

http://www.boun.edu.tr/index_eng.html

2 students per year for visits of 3 to 5 months.

Central European University (Political Science Department), Budapest, Hungary

http://www.ceu.hu/

2 students per year for visits up to 5 months.

Masaryk University (Department of Sociology), Brno,  Czech Republic

http://www.muni.cz/

2 students per year for visits of up to 10 months.

Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic

http://www.upol.cz/en/

2 students of Development Studies per year for visits of up to 5 months

Scuola Normale Superiore (Sociology) Pisa, Italy)

http://www.sns.it/en/

2 students per year for visits of up to 9 months.

Lillehammer University College/Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences (Lillehammer, Norway)

http://www.hil.no/international

3 students per year for visits of up to 5 months.NB subjects related to social work only.

University College London School of Slavonic and East European Studies (London, UK)

https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/

2 students per year for visits of up to 10 months.

School of Advanced Social Studies in Nova Gorica (Nova Gorica Slovenia)

http://www.fuds.si/en

1 students per year for visits of up to 6 months

University of Palermo (Sicily)

http://www.unipa.it

2 students per year for visits of up to 10 months.

University of Cologne (Cologne,Germany)

https://www.uni-koeln.de

2 students per year for visits of total 10 months

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia, Bulgaria)

http://www.bas.bg

1 student for 5 months

Université Rennes 2 (Rennes, France)

https://www.univ-rennes2.fr/en

Up to two students, 9  months each

Students who initiate agreements with additional partner universities will be given priority if demand for places exceeds the number partner institutions are ready to accept.

 

Student applicants will be selected by GSSR (you need also to be accepted by the host university-check their web pages for deadlines) on the basis of:

  • Relevant linguistic ability
  • Description of planned studies
  • The grades you have already obtained for courses at GSSR
  • The relevance of the proposed visit to your studies at GSSR (you should supply written confirmation from your supervisor).

Staff  should supply a draft learning agreement and approval of head of section.

Selection will be made by the Director of the GSSR and a representative of the Samorząd. Any appeals arising from the selection procedure will be decided by the Director of the Institute.

Deadlines

Calls for application with relevant deadlines will be sent to all staff students using by e-mails.

Information meetings

Information meetings will be held for those interested in applying for the programme, and later for students selected for participation. Check your e-mail for details.

Recognition of studies

Participation in the Erasmus programme guarantees full recognition of students’ studies abroad (using ECTS).

Erasmus Student Charter

Level of grants

Erasmus mobility grants make a contribution to the costs of a stay at a partner university. Stays can be from a minimum stay of 3 months up to one academic year. The National agencies set grant levels for individual countries. In 2019/20 These have been set for students from Polish institutions as follows:

Group 1: Denmark, Finland, Iceland,  Ireland,  Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, UK

€500 per month

Group 2:  Austria, Belgium,  Cyprus, France,  Germany, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain

€450 per month

Group 3: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, FYROM, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey

€ 400 per month

Additional funds are available for disabled students and students receiving social stipends.

Slightly higher monthly contributions apply for practical placements.

Zero grants

Students may also participate in mobility and enjoy the full benefits of mobility whilst receiving zero funding from the scheme . If you plan zero grant mobility, please make this clear when applying.

 

Award of funding

Permissible levels of grants must be taken into account when students are accepted for funded mobility. If insufficient funds are awarded to GSSR to satisfy all applicants, selection of applicants will take place using a ranking list based on the criteria above. Funds will be distributed among those selected to ensure that students are funded for  periods of equal duration.

Please note too that amounts may be adjusted during the year if extra funds become available eg following the withdrawal of one or more students.

Contact

Phone: (+48) 22 828 80 09

Fax: (+48) 22 826 48 21

gssr@gssr.edu.pl

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for Social Research,
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Poland