Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is an EU youth programme for education, training and sports. The programme’s entire budget for 2014–2020 is EUR 14.7 billion. Erasmus+ builds upon the accomplishments of European education programmes of the last 25 years.

Erasmus now combines the European Commission’s initiatives from the years 2007–2013: “Lifelong Learning”, Youth in Action”, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alfa, Edulink, as well as a programme of collaboration with developed countries in higher education.

Basic data:

  • 4 million people participate in the programme, including 2 million students;
  • 800,000 lecturers, school and university teachers, trainers and youth workers will participate in employee mobility projects;
  • 25,000 strategic partnerships will connect 125,000 schools, vocational education and training institutions, institutions of higher and adult education, youth organisations and corporations;
  • 2,000 organisers of vocational education and training, as well as entrepreneurs, will forge 150 sector skills alliances;
  • 1,500 institutions of higher education and companies will forge 150 knowledge alliances.
Basic data:

Erasmus+ consists of the following elements:

  • Action 1 Educational mobility;

  • Action 2 Collaboration for the purpose of innovation and sharing best practices;

  • Action 3 Supporting policy reforms;

  • Jean Monnet Programme;

    Sport – Erasmus+ will, for the first time in the history of EU education programmes, support sports-related initiatives.

Erasmus+ consists of the following elements:

Erasmus+ countries are:

  • 28 member countries of the European Union;

  • EFTA/EEA countries Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway;

  • European Union candidate countries: Turkey and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Erasmus+ countries are:

Student mobility is:

  • students studying abroad in other programme countries – for between 3 and 12 months;

  • students doing internships abroad in other programme countries – for between 2 and 12 months;

  • graduates doing internships abroad in other programme countries – for between 2 and 12 months;

University employee mobility is:

  • free movement of academics, and visits by business and industry representatives for the purpose of teaching at universities in programme countries;

  • faculty and administrative staff visiting other universities, institutions, organisations and companies in other countries for training purposes.

  • Vistula University: University charter and Erasmus+ Policy Statement

    • VISTULA UNIVERSITY ERASMUS+ UNIVERSITY CHARTER

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    • Vistula University Erasmus Policy Statement

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  • Warsaw School of Tourism and Hospitality Management: University charter and Erasmus+ Policy

    • 2 ERASMUS+ UNIVERSITY CHARTER WSTHM

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    • Erasmus Policy Statement_WSTHM

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Important documents

Erasmus+ Program Office

Erasmus+ Program Coordinator

Marzena Klimas
tel:+48 22 4572 368
fax: +48 22 4572 303
e-mail: m.klimas@vistula.edu.pl

Erasmus+ Program Coordinator

Jasurbek Babaev
tel.+48 22 4572 316
e-mail: j.babaev@vistula.edu.pl

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