Rules of the Erasmus programme
1.Capital mobility: for each of the three levels of studies, the student has the right to use the departure or departures for study and work experience placements lasting a total to 12 months in one study level. To the total number of months - within each level of study - includes the early departures from the LLP / Erasmus.
2.All those registered as students of studies leading to Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctor’s degree diplomas may apply for a study visit regardless of their citizenship.
3.During the study visit the participant must have a student status, it means for example, that can not stay at that time on the dean's leave.
4.A student may go on a visit only to a partner university.
5.The period of study abroad is an integral part of the home university’s curriculum.
6.Exchange students continue to be entitled to full grants and loans obtained in their home country.
7.Length of stay in a foreign university must comply with the agreement concluded between PUEB and partner university and with the agreement between PUEB and a student.
8.A person studying at a partner university does not pay a tuition fee. However, a visit abroad does not exempt students of paid studies from paying a tuition fee at the PUEB (applicable to students of non-regular studies and studies conducted in English). In particularly justified cases, it is possible to apply for exemption from part of the student tuition fees at the PUEB.
9.PUEB qualifies the student for a study trip under the Erasmus +, but the ultimate decision to accept students take foreign partner university.
You can apply for studies as part of the Erasmus + programme if you are a student of regular or non-regular studies at:
•first-year of first-cycle studies – winter and/or spring semester of the second year,
•the second year of engineering studies of first-degree Faculty of Commodity Science – study visit in the autumn and/or spring semester of the third year,.
•second-year of first-cycle – study visit only in the autumn semester of the third year (all faculties except Faculty of Commodity Science),
•first-year of second – cycle studies – study visit in the autumn and/or spring semester of the second year,
•newly admitted to the first year of the second degree in the Faculty of Commodity – study visit during the second year in a winter and / or summer semester.
Study visits cannot be made in the last semester of first-cycle studies.
Conditions for applying for a study visit:
•completing the 2017/2018 winter examination session.
•minimal average grade 3.00
•ability to use the language of instruction
•participation in the qualification is taken by people who set up an account on the website: outgoing.ue.poznan.pl within a certain period of time, complete the application questionnaire (all fields marked with an asterisk are required, non-fulfillment results in the lack of possibility to participate in the qualification, while not filling in optional fields does not result in the lack of participation in further qualification), select institutions and send the application on-line. No amendments can be made after the aplication period is closed and the database is downloaded. If there were any amendments, they will not be taken into consideration.
•one person may make only one application, even if he/she studies at two faculties or selects two languages of instruction.
•students who want to obtain an exemption from the language test provide the original document entitling them to dismissal to Research and International Relations Office (RIRO), room no. 221, other students enroll on-line on the website:outgoing.ue.poznan.plWe would like to kindly inform you that IRO does not coordinate matters related to the study path, choosing courses and setting the Learning Agreement.