Program Erasmus+


Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

Please follow the current annuoncements on the website:

Statement 10 (22.05.2020)
Dear Students, we would like to inform you about changes in University’s operation:
1) Classes continue to take place online on the Moodle platform. However, effective from June 1st, it is allowed to conduct some classes at the University (after obtaining permission from Vice-rector for teaching and student affairs). This applies particularly to practical classes and classes in laboratories. Additionally, exams who can’t be conducted online, might also take place in the University buildings. Please refer to the information given to you by your lecturers and check updated information in Moodle platform. For students coming to University buildings for classes or exams following restrictions apply:
– students are obliged to maintain at least 2 meter distance to other people and wear mask while in the University building, including classroom;
– before entering the classroom students are obliged to leave their personal belongings (bag, backpack, jacket, cell phone) in the cloakroom;
– before entering the classroom students are obliged to wash their hands properly and disinfect them;
– students showing signs of a contagious disease are not allowed to enter the classroom;
– only students and lecturers are allowed to stay in the classroom during the class;
– students are only allowed to use their own school supplies (ballpen, pencil etc.); in any case of borrowing school supplies they have to be disinfected before using;
– moving around University buildings should be limited to classrooms and restrooms only.
2) Student ID cards are valid in the time of suspension of the University and 60 days after.
3) From May 25th on direct student service in Institutes and Department of Education and Student Affairs has been restored. However, students are only accepted after setting an appointment beforehand via phone or email. Service hours are Monday to Friday from 9am until 3pm in room 12 in building A (for Department of Education and Student Affairs) or in the respective Institute. Students are obliged to wear gloves and mask, bring own ballpen and disinfect hands before entering.

Statement 10 (20.04.2020)
Dear Students, our government announced the first stage of lifting coronavirus restrictions in Poland, effective from April 20th:

  • entrance to parks and forests is permitted, however, the usage of playgrounds and camps remains prohibited
  • limit of people in stores up to 100m2 is set at max. 4 people per cash desk
  • limit of people in stores over 100m2 is set at 1 person for every 15m2 of surface
  • it is not allowed to stay closer to each other than 15m2 in places of religious worship
  • children up to 13 years of age outside home require adult supervision.

All other restrictions set in previous announcements remain valid.

Statement 9 (14.04.2020)
Dear Students, please be informed, that by the decision of our rector the suspension of classes at our University is extended until May 17, 2020. For attending classes chosen in your study programme please continue using our e-learning platform Moodle (“Erasmus” section).

Statement 8 (10.04.2020)
Dear Students, please be informed, that by the decision of our government covering the nose and mouth in public places is obligatory from April 16th. Everyone in a public place will have to wear a mask, scarf or handkerchief. This obligation applies to everyone who is on the streets, in offices, shops, workplaces or places of providing services.
The operation of universities remains suspended until April 26.
Following restrictions are extended to April 19:

  • limit of people in stores (max. 3 people per cash desk); for example: if there are 4 cash desks in a store (it doesn’t matter, if they are open or closed), a maximum number of 12 people can stay in the store at the same time
  • limit of people at post office (max. 2 people per post box)
  • limit of people at market and bazaar (max. 3 people buying within the position)
  • obligation for customers to wear protective gloves in stores (stores are obliged to provide customers with protective gloves)
  • hours reserved for seniors in shops and service points (10am-12pm)
  • closing of beauty salons (hairdressers, cosmetics, piercing and tattoo salons)
  • closing of restaurants, bars and cafes (for dine-in)
  • closing of large-scale construction stores (on weekends)
  • limiting the work of hotels and accommodation (except for business stays)
  • a distance of at least 2 meters from person to person is required (exceptions: children under 13 years of age and dependent persons)
  • children and young people up to 18 years of age outside home require adult supervision
  • driving ban for the so-called “city bikes”
  • restrictions in access to parks, boulevards and promenades
  • rules for using public transport (every second seat must remain free).

Furthermore:

  • international air and rail traffic remains suspended until April 26
  • crossing of borders by foreigners is limited until May 3
  • the current quarantine policy applies until May 3
  • restrictions on mass events apply until further notice.

Please also notice, that restrictions on movement still apply except:
– routes to/from work,
– volunteering in the fight against coronavirus,
– essential matters of everyday life (shopping, visiting a drugstore, seeing a doctor, walking the dog).
Please comply with this rules.

Statement 7 (06.04.2020)
Dear Students, please watch important video message from Deputy Minister prof. Wojciech Maksymowicz: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=246045009858496

Statement 6 (01.04.2020)
Dear Students, please be informed, that our government has introduced next restrictions against the spread of coronavirus effective from April 1st:

  • limit of people in stores (max. 3 people per cash desk); for example: if there are 4 cash desks in a store (it doesn’t matter, if they are open or closed), a maximum number of 12 people can stay in the store at the same time
  • limit of people at post office (max. 2 people per post box)
  • limit of people at market and bazaar (max. 3 people buying within the position)
  • obligation for customers to wear protective gloves in stores (stores are obliged to provide customers with protective gloves)
  • hours reserved for seniors in shops and service points (10am-12pm)
  • closing of beauty salons (hairdressers, cosmetics, piercing and tattoo salons)
  • closing of large-scale construction stores (on weekends)
  • limiting the work of hotels and accommodation (except for business stays)
  • a distance of at least 2 meters from person to person is required (exceptions: children under 13 years of age and dependent persons)
  • children and young people up to 18 years of age outside home require adult supervision
  • driving ban for the so-called “city bikes”
  • restrictions in access to parks, boulevards and promenades.

Previous restrictions continue to apply. Please comply with this rules.

Statement 5 (26.03.2020)
We would like to inform you that by the decision of Polish Minister of Health new rules for protection against coronavirus apply from March 25:

  1. meetings and events are not allowed (except for events involving only family members or people who are living together)
  2. limiting the numbers of passengers in public transport (every second seating must remain free)
  3. restrictions on movement except:
    – routes to/from work
    – volunteering in the fight against coronavirus
    – essential matters of everyday life (shopping, visiting a drugstore, seeing a doctor, walking the dog).
  4. Previous limitations shall continue to apply:
    a. 14-day quarantine for returnees from abroad
    b. maintaining restrictions in shopping malls, gastronomic and entertainment activities.
    Please comply with this rules.

Statement 4 (23.03.2020)
Dear Erasmus+ incoming students, we would like to inform you, that according to the decision of the Minister of Science and Higher Education from March 21, 2020 the operation of all universities in Poland remains suspended until April 10, 2020. For attending classes chosen in your study programme please use our e-learning platform Moodle (“Erasmus” section). Our University has also decided to suspend direct service for our students in all departments. Service of our students is limited to phone calls and emails, so please use this means of communication exclusively. Please be informed also, that according to the decision of the Minister of Science and Higher Education from March 12, 2020 the validation of student ID cards is extended until May 31, 2020.
Please notice, that on March 13, 2020 our government has introduced a state of epidemic threat, which means:

  • foreign rail and air services are suspended
  • functioning of the shopping malls is restricted to pharmacies, groceries and laundry points
  • pubs, coffee shops, restaurants (excluding delivery orders) and night clubs are closed
  • mass gatherings are limited to 50 people
  • controls on all Polish borders have been restored
  • foreigners are not allowed to cross the Polish border, with an exception of those who work in Poland (such people will have to be put under 14 days of quarantine).

Due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Poland we strongly recommend you to follow protective measures:

  • wash your hands frequently: regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water
  • maintain social distancing: maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing
  • avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
  • practice respiratory hygiene: make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene (this means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze, then dispose of the used tissue immediately)
  • if you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early: stay home if you feel unwell; if you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance; follow the directions of your local health authority
  • avoid mass gatherings
  • avoid going out unless necessary.

If you consider the possibility of returning to your home country, kindly contact your country’s Embassy in Warsaw if travel restrictions with your home country have been put into effect (borders already closed), or else investigate the feasibility of travelling to your home country by conventional means of transport (plane, bus or train).
After your return to your home country, you should watch your health closely for 14 days and stay in isolation at home! If you develop fever and/or respiratory symptoms such as shortness of breath or cough 14 days after you have returned, it is recommended that you stay indoors and immediately seek medical attention mentioning your recent trip, or contact your National Public Health Organization.

Statement 3 (17.03.2020)
Dear Erasmus Students, our IT specialist already created an account for you in Moodle  and sent you login and password. Our lecturers were asked to upload there materials for learning for students. Some classes might be also done online. There is special section there titled “Erasmus”. Please check it.

Statement 2 (11.03.2020)
We would like to inform you, that due to the constantly increasing SARS-CoV-2 virus incidence rate and areas of its active transmission, the Rector of the Angelus Silesius University of Applied Sciences in Wałbrzych decreed that all mobilities and lectures are cancelled.

Statement 1 (05.03.2020)
We would like to inform you about official rector’s decision (made on 05.03.2020) according to the global health situation (COVID-19): the mobility of students and staff have to be cancelled until further notice.


If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact:
Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
erasmus@pwsz.com.pl, tel. +48 746419205

Online Linguistic Support (OLS)

Jest to narzędzie oceny kompetencji językowych i doskonalenia znajomości języków obcych dla uczestników mobilności długoterminowej w programie Erasmus+ (sektory: kształcenie i szkolenia zawodowe, młodzież i szkolnictwo wyższe). Online Linguistic Support jest dostępny pod adresem: www.erasmusplusols.eu

OLS jest obowiązkowy do stosowania dla mobilności studentów, dla których językiem wykładowym (studia)/ roboczym (praktyki) jest:
  • angielski,
  • czeski,
  • duński,
  • francuski,
  • grecki,
  • hiszpański,
  • niderlandzki,
  • niemiecki,
  • portugalski,
  • szwedzki
  • lub włoski.
Oznacza to dla studentów wyjeżdżający w ramach Erasmus+:
  • wypełnienie obowiązkowego testu biegłości językowej
Test biegłości językowej OLS jest obowiązkowy dla wszystkich uczestników działań mobilnościowych w programie Erasmus+ trwających minimum 2 miesiące (studia/praktyki/staże/wolontariat w ramach EVS), którzy wybrali jeden z poniższych języków jako główny język nauki, pracy albo wolontariatu (za wyjątkiem native speakerów). Uczestnicy mobilności w programie Erasmus+ muszą podejść do testu dwukrotnie: przed rozpoczęciem oraz pod koniec okresu trwania mobilności, w celu sprawdzenia postępów, jakie poczynili w zakresie znajomości języka mobilności. Test online ocenia ich umiejętności językowe - słuchanie, czytanie i pisanie - zgodnie z Europejskim Systemem Opisu Kształcenia Językowego (ESOKJ).
  • udział w kursie językowym on-line w języku, w którym został wypełniony test biegłości językowej
Student uczestniczący w mobilności, który w pierwszym teście biegłości językowej Erasmus+ OLS uzyskał wynik na poziomie pomiędzy A1 a B1 według ESOKJ, automatycznie zostanie zaproszony (drogą e-mailową) do udziału w kursie językowym Erasmus+ OLS w swoim języku nauki lub pracy. Jeśli uzyska wynik na poziomie pomiędzy B2 a C2 według ESOKJ, będzie mógł wziąć udział w kursie językowym OLS albo w swoim głównym języku nauki lub pracy, albo w języku lokalnym kraju docelowego mobilności w programie Erasmus+, pod warunkiem, że jest on dostępny na platformie OLS. Od swojej uczelni wysyłającej otrzyma e-mail z zaproszeniem do udziału w kursie językowym OLS. Na zalogowanie się na stronę Erasmus+ OLS i rozpoczęcie kursu językowego będzie miał miesiąc, licząc od daty otrzymania powiadomienia.
  • na dwa tygodnie przed końcem pobytu uczestnik, który wypełnił pierwszy test językowy otrzyma maila z linkiem do drugiego obowiązkowego testu do wypełnienia w ciągu 10 dni.
  Dowiedz się więcej: http://erasmusplusols.eu/pl/

Dear Erasmus+ Incoming Students, please read the information (check updates about the situation):
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic

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ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

Erasmus+ is the programme of the EU for the fields of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020. Erasmus+ replaces seven programmes bringing together: the Lifelong Learning Programme (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius and Grundtvig), the Youth in Action programme and five international cooperation programmes. It also includes a new section for sport actions.

Erasmus+ encourages individual mobility and will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, gain work experience and volunteer abroad. It also promotes transnational partnerships and alliances among Education, Training, and Youth institutions and organisations to foster cooperation, stimulate knowledge and innovation and bridge the worlds of Education and work in order to tackle the skills gaps we are facing in Europe. Moreover, Erasmus+ will also support national efforts to modernise Education, Training, and Youth systems. The new action of sport will support grassroots projects and cross-border challenges such as combating match-fixing, doping, violence and racism.

You can read much more about it in the website of the Programme and you can get support from the National Agencies of the Programme in each country.


ERASMUS+ at The Angelus Silesius University of Applied Sciences in Wałbrzych
(Erasmus code: PL WALBRZY04)

1) student mobility:

  • studies abroad
  • work placements abroad

2) staff mobility:

  • teaching assignements abroad for staff of HEI or entreprises in HEI
  • HEI staff training abroad

Have you ever wanted to get to know a different European culture, study at a foreign university, do a traineeship in an enterprise abroad, make new friends, and learn another language? Then Erasmus+ may be what you are looking for!
Please contact our Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator: erasmus@pwsz.com.pl

Read more: www.pwsz.com.pl/program-erasmus-plus

 



INFORMATION FOR INCOMING STUDENTS


APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Academic year Winter semester Summer semester
2020/2021 10.2020 - 02.2021 02.2021 - 06.2021
Application deadlines July 31st December 15th

The application forms should be filled by computer. Next, signed and stamped forms have to be forwarded to Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator to acceptance.

  1. Application form
  2. Learning Agreement for Studies
  3. Accommodation form
  4. Transcript of records

ECTS Catalogue


CONTACT


- Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator

Justyna Jaskólska
The Angelus Silesius University of Applied Sciences in Wałbrzych
Zamkowa 4, 58-300 Wałbrzych, Poland
(Building A, room 27)
phone/fax: +48 74 641 92 05
e-mail: erasmus@pwsz.com.pl

ECTS coordinators

MENTOR dla Studenta Erasmusa

Nie stać Cię na wykupienie drogich kursów językowych?
A może wróciłeś z zagranicy i dostrzegasz jak powoli zapominasz, czego się nauczyłeś?
Nie czekaj bezradnie!

W nowym roku akademickim do PWSZ AS kolejny raz przyjadą zagraniczni studenci w ramach Programu Erasmus+. Masz niepowtarzalną szansę ich poznać, a z jednym z nich się zaprzyjaźnić. Zagraniczni studenci przyjeżdżają najczęściej bez znajomości języka polskiego. Potrzebują osoby, która ich odbierze z dworca, oprowadzi po mieście, a w razie potrzeby będzie służyć radą i pomocą. Przyjeżdżają do kraju, w którym nie znają nikogo, Ty możesz stać się ich kumplem lub nawet przyjacielem. Nie przejmuj się jeżeli Twój angielski nie jest perfekcyjny, ich angielski często jest na podobnym poziomie, a wcale się tym nie przejmują. Liczy się tylko to czy jesteś osobą godną zaufania.

Kto może zostać Mentorem?

  • Każdy student PWSZ AS, znający język obcy, najlepiej ten, którym posługuje się student Erasmusa.
  • Mentor musi być dyspozycyjny (zwłaszcza pod koniec września, głównie wtedy przyjeżdżają studenci zagraniczni).
  • Dobrze jest, gdy Mentor ma stały dostęp do Internetu. Na początku bowiem dostanie adres swojego Erasmusa i będzie z nim korespondował aż do jego przyjazdu.
  • Kompetencje Mentora nie obejmują spraw administracyjnych, jak załatwianie miejsca w akademiku, immatrykulacja, zgromadzenie niezbędnych dokumentów. Są to sprawy zastrzeżone dla Uczelnianego Koordynatora Programu Erasmus+.

Jeśli chcesz zostać Mentorem dla studenta Erasmusa, wypełnij kwestionariusz i zgłoś się do Uczelnianego Koordynatora Programu Erasmus+:
Justyna Jaskólska, ul. Zamkowa 4 (budynek A, pok. 27)
e-mail: erasmus@pwsz.com.pl

MENTOR - formularz zgłoszeniowy

Uczelniany Koordynator Programu Erasmus

mgr Justyna Jaskólska
tel.: +48 74641 92 05
e-mail: erasmus@pwsz.com.pl


Uczelniany Koordynator ECTS
dr Agnieszka Mroczek-Czetwertyńska, prorektor ds. dydaktycznych i studenckich, amroczek-czetwertynska@pwsz.com.pl

Instytutowi Koordynatorzy ECTS w roku akademickim 2019/2020:

  1. dr hab. Piotr Szymaniec, pszymaniec@pwsz.com.pl
    – dla kierunków: Administracja, Bezpieczeństwo i higiena pracy
  2. dr inż. arch. Agnieszka Włostowska, awlostowska@pwsz.com.pl
    – dla kierunku: Architektura wnętrz
  3. dr hab. Anna Szemik-Hojniak, aszemik-hojniak@pwsz.com.pl
    - dla kierunków: Kosmetologia, Techniki dentystyczne, Pielęgniarstwo
  4. mgr Daniel Sierakowski, dsierakowski@pwsz.com.pl
    – dla kierunków: Filologia (specjalność: filologia angielska), Pedagogika
  5. dr inż. Marian Molasy, mmolasy@pwsz.com.pl
    – dla kierunku: Logistyka