GENERAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS:
Students of WSCS and newly graduated alumni can take advantage of:
- internships abroad (duration: from 2 days to 12 months).
Students can go to foreign companies, research institutions, higher education institutions, non-profit organizations, and any other organizations operating in the labor market or in the field of youth education, training, scientific research or innovation.
- a semester abroad at a partner university for studies. So far, our students have stayed at partner universities in the UK, Denmark, Slovenia, Estonia, and Lithuania.
Our university can also sign bilateral interinstitutional agreements with new partners at different HEIs.
- blended mobilities, which are short-term trips combined with virtual mobility.
Every student, especially one who cannot participate in a long-term physical mobility for studying or traineeship, can take advantage of a short-term physical mobility combined with virtual mobility (blended short-term mobility).
Additionally, every student can participate in blended intensive programs. In this case, physical mobility must last from 5 to 30 days (excluding travel time) and must be combined with a mandatory virtual component enabling teamwork and exchange of experiences based on collaborative e-learning.
As part of blended mobility for studies, at least 3 ECTS points must be awarded.
- a language course on a special e-learning platform provided by the European Commission – Online Learning Support (OLS).
Recruitment for international internships and studies at partner universities takes place twice a year. Applications for international internship programs (Summer 2023) must be submitted no later than April 30, 2023.
Applications for studying abroad (for the Summer Semester 2023/2024) and internships during the Winter and Summer Semesters of 2023/2024 must be submitted by September 30, 2023.
QUALIFICATION RULES FOR STUDENT MOBILITIES:
All students interested in applying for mobilities abroad, either study periods or internships, are obligated to familiarize with the rules for student mobilities under the Erasmus+ program described in a file below:
All students interested in applying for mobilities abroad need to download and complete one of the information forms and submit it with the rest of the documents outlined in QUALIFICATION RULES FOR STUDENT MOBILITY UNDER THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAM (docx file 188 kb) to the Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator’s office. Scans may be sent to email@example.com.