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Student Exchange / Outgoing

International cooperation is our priority. We have managed to build an extensive network of international contacts, which allows to maintain and expand the international dimension of studies. We help and encourage our students to travel and study abroad, welcome international students in Warsaw, and participate in joint research and educational initiatives.

Student Exchange at Collegium Civitas bases on Erasmus + within the EU and bilateral exchange programs with universities outside the EU. List of Partner Universities: www.civitas.edu.pl/en/cooperation/partners

ERASMUS+

The main exchange program at Collegium Civitas is the Erasmus+ Mobility Programme, which facilitates student and teacher exchange between European universities. Under this EU-funded programme, we collaborate with universities from Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, France, Holland, Hungary, Spain, Czech Republic, Norway, and other countries.

Erasmus + enables:

  • Collegium Civitas students and staff exchange with partner universities around the EU
  • credits and grades earned abroad are recognized as equal to credits and grades at Collegium Civitas, thanks to the common European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
  • no fees are charged by host universities
  • scholarship to cover the major part of living costs abroad
  • scholarship for internship in the EU institutions for students and graduates (students who want to have their internship after graduation need to apply for a scholarship when they still hold a student status; the internship must be started and finished within one year from graduation )

We invite all Erasmus+ participants to download the free Erasmus+ App: https://erasmusapp.eu

The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within Erasmus+. This document along with the Erasmus+ Student Charter and Policy Statement 2021-2027 set the framework of our activities in the Erasmus+ Programme:

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021_2027

Erasmus+ Student Charter

Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education 2014 – 2020

Collegium Civitas Erasmus Policy Statement 2014-2020

The efforts to strengthen and develop international collaboration, multiculturalism, mutual respect and understanding, as well as sustainable development are the foundation of Collegium Civitas activities. Our mission is fully compatible with the values expressed through the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, with its provisions being observed in all aspects of our work, as they constitute an integral element of Collegium Civitas policy. Thus, participation in Erasmus+ Programme is a natural path for us to follow in furthering our development and our mission. Please read our Erasmus+ Policy Statement for the years 2021-2027:

Collegium Civitas Erasmus+ Policy Statement 2021-2027

To learn more about Erasmus+, visit the programme website: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/node_en

If you have any questions about going as an exchange student abroad, feel free to write to our International Office international@civitas.edu.pl

More information about the possibility to join student exchange programmes with application rules is available for Collegium Civitas students in the Virtual University (wu.civitas.edu.pl) – in the tab ‘international cooperation’.

OTHER STUDENT EXCHANGE POSSIBILITIES

Student exchange with our partner universities outside the EU for instance in Canada, Korea, the U.S. and other, takes place under bilateral agreements. Costs of living are covered by a student however, Collegium Civitas enables students to apply for a tuition fee discount.

Exchange programmes with universities outside the EU enable:

  • one semester or one year study periods at partner universities outside the EU
  • credits and grades earned abroad are recognized as equal to credits and grades at Collegium Civitas
  • no fees are charged by host universities
  • possibility to apply for a tuition fee discount at Collegium Civitas

More information about the possibility to join student exchange programmes with application rules is available for Collegium Civitas students in the Virtual University (wu.civitas.edu.pl) – in the tab ‘international cooperation’.

Grading scale

The grading scale at Collegium Civitas is available here: Description of the institutional grading scale

Please, remember that the Lecturer has the autonomy to set the assessment criteria for a given course, including the percentage wages for separate tasks that are jointly assessed for the final grade (eg. active participation in classes, homeworks, project work, presentation, essay, final exam etc.). Thus, please kindly note that the final grade may reflect the performance throughout the semester and not only the performance at the final exam. In particular, the percentage conversion of the points obtained at the final exam may differ from the indicative percentage conversion given in the grading scale. The information about the assessment criteria for a given course is to be found in the syllabus.

Students’ testimonies:

Erasmus+ student, Karol Tworzowski

Exchange program in Taiwan, Vlada Perekrestova

Erasmus+ student, Cédric Ménissier