Dane do projektów Erasmus+

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Na przystąpienie do projektu musi wyrazić zgodę prawny przedstawiciel uczelni tj. prorektor ds. naukowych  (zob. poniżej pkt 7).
W związku z tym należy wypełnić wniosek o wyrażenie zgody na uczestnictwo w projekcie
Wniosek i pozostałą dokumentację dotyczącą projektu należy złożyć w Biurze Współpracy z Zagranicą.

1. Prezentacje FRSE (Narodowej Agencji Programu Erasmus+):

2Formularze do pobrania dla wnioskodawców:


3Terminy składania wniosków w poszczególnych akcjach i działaniach programu Erasmus+

4. Najczęściej zadawane pytania na temat projektów Akcji 1 i 2 oraz działań Jean Monnet finansowanych z programu Erasmus+
Wskazówki, jak wypełnić wniosek w działaniu Partnerstwa Strategiczne

5. Potrzebne dane

6. Szczegółowych informacji na temat poszczególnych typów projektów Programu Erasmus + Szkolnictwo wyższe udzielają też pracownicy Fundacji Rozwoju Systemu Edukacji (Narodowej Agencji programu Erasmus +):

Akcja 2 – Partnerstwa strategiczne: Anna Bielecka, Koordynator Zespołu, tel. 224-631-241, abielecka@frse.org.pl
Akcja 2 – Partnerstwa strategiczne: Małgorzata Członkowska-Naumiuk, tel. 224-631-242, mczlonkowska@frse.org.pl
Akcja 2 – Partnerstwa strategiczne: Katarzyna Żarek, tel. 224-631-246, klasota@frse.org.pl

7. Dane do wprowadzenia do formularzy elektronicznych (e-forms) – propozycja BWZ:

  • Accreditation type: Erasmus Charter for Higher Education ERAPLUS-ECHE
  • Accreditation reference: PL WARSZAW01
  • Legal representative
    Title: Professor
    Gender: Male
    First Name: Maciej
    Family Name: DUSZCZYK
    Department : –
    Position: Vice-Rector for Research and International Relations
    E-mail: prorektornauka@adm.uw.edu.pl
    Telephone 1: +48 22 55 20 350
  • Contact Person
    (Dane osoby odpowiedzialnej za realizację projektu przez jednostkę organizacyjną UW).

„Background and Experience

Please briefly present the partner organisation = University od Warsaw (propozycja BWZ)

University of Warsaw  (UW, 1816) – Poland’s largest and finest University; a public HEI, research-oriented and mobility friendly. From its beginning UW has played a major role in the intellectual, political, economic, social, and cultural life of Poland.

UW belongs to the top 3% of universities in the world according to the global rankings such as ARWU, QS, THE; was awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education and the HR Excellence in Research title by the European Commission. Member of the 4EU European University Alliance.

21 faculties, 30 independent teaching & research units; 47,600 students (incl. 3,000 PhD), 3,000 post-diploma learners, 7,300 staff, incl. 3,750 researchers/teachers; over 100 study fields in Humanities, Earth, Social, Natural Science at first/second/third cycles (Bachelor/Master/Doctoral levels), 5-year Master Studies in Law, Psychology; 25 degree programmes in English; 26 Joint/Dual Master programmes; over 1,500 courses in foreign languages; vocational training; e-learning; summer education.

UW is the most active and efficient university in Poland in terms of participation in EU programmes which is demonstrated by the following selected data:

a) within Erasmus+: e.g. over 2.500 outgoing & incoming students and staff by KA103/ Learning Mobility of Individuals project in 2016-2018; 7 Strategic Partnerships projects in 2018 and 1 Capacity Building project.

b) within Erasmus Mundus in 2007-2018: Joint Master Programme NOHA, ADVANCES, GEM; as a partner university in 28 Action 2 projects with HEIs from Asia, Russia, Middle East, Latin America; as a coordinating institution in 4 Action 2 projects: SIGMA/SIGMA Agile – Western Balkans, SALAM/SALAM2 – Iran, Iraq, Yemen;

c) within Horizon 2020 – ca. 55 ongoing projects;

d) 14 ERC – European Research Council grants received in a wide range of areas: algorithms, anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, cryptography, cultural sciences, linguistics, logic, mathemathical physics, sociology.

UW occupies the first place in the national rankings of universities. Its faculties obtained national and international accreditations, such as EQUIS, AMBA, AASBI; creates 9 spin-off companies. UW is a member of multiple international associations and networks, for instance EUA, EUF, UNICA, EMT, HUMANE, NOHA, ASAIHL.

UW holds excellent positions in the comparative evaluations of quality of education, in particular study programmes, such as the Quacquarelli Symonds World University Ranking and Eduniversal Best Masters and MBA Worldwide. 17 programmes provided by UW have been listed in QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018. 15 programmes offered by UW have been listed in Eduniversal Best Masters & MBA Ranking 2017.

The quality of education assurance and enhancement system at UW is built with strict observance of autonomy and specific character of UW units and with the support and popularisation of the best and most effective solutions. The quality of education is also confirmed by research conducted amongst the University’s graduates. UW conducts the largest research enterprise of its kind in Europe by monitoring the careers of its former students. Results demonstrate that having a diploma from the University of Warsaw is a definite asset on the job market: 94% of respondents have found employment within one year of graduation.

What are the activities and experience of the partner organisation in the areas relevant for this project? What are the skills and/or expertise of key persons involved in this project?
Wypełnia osoba odpowiedzialna za realizację projektu przez jednostkę organizacyjną UW.

Has the partner organisation participated in a European Union granted project in the 3 years preceding this application?

Please indicate: Uwaga! Ponieważ program Erasmus+ dotyczy kształcenia, szkoleń, młodzieży i sportu, poniżej podajemy listę wybranych projektów edukacyjnych lub tzw. „mobilnościowych” z 3 ostatnich lat według danych posiadanych przez BWZ.

PART J – Other EU Grants
Please list the projects for which the organizations involved in this application have received financial support from EU programmes.

Programme or initiative
Reference number
Beneficiary Organisation
Title of the Project
Erasmus+, European Universities
612621-EPP-1-2019-1-FR-EPPKA2-EUR-UNIV (4EU+)
Sorbonne University
European Universities
Erasmus+, Jean Monnet Network
Universiteit Ultrecht
EU Law Enforcement Network – EULEN
Erasmus+, KA201 – Strategic Partnerships
Foundation of the Mother and Child Institute
Back to School – BTS
Erasmus+, KA202 – Strategic Partnerships
Instituto Universitario de Lisboa
Professional Development Tools Supporting Participation Rights in Early Childhood Education – PARTICIPA
Erasmus+, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships
Blekinge Lans Landsting
E-LifeLong Learning in Prvention of Suicide in Europe – ELLIPSE
Erasmus+, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships
University of Warsaw
Mediation in Language Learning and Teaching – MiLLaT
Erasmus+, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships
University of Warsaw
Eurasian Insights: Strengthening Indo-Pacific Studies in Europe -EISIPS
Erasmus+, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships
University in Bialystok
Social professions for support youth in European solidarity context – SP Young
Erasmus+, KA203 – Strategic Partnerships
European University Foundation-Campus Europae
Online Learinig Agreement 3.0 – OLA 3.0
Erasmus+, KA2, Capacity Building
University of Montenegro
Reforming Foreign Languages in Academia in Montenegro – Re-FLAME
Erasmus+, KA2, Capacity Building
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Curriculum Innovation for Social Inclusion  – CISI
PO WER – Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development
University of Warsaw
International mobility of disabled and financially disadvantaged students – PO WER
Erasmus+, KA107,  International Credit Mobility
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme and Partner Countries
Erasmus+, KA103, Learning Mobility of Individuals in HE
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme Countries
 EP 07/2018-2019
Charles University, Prague
European Masters in Conference Interpreting – EMCI
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
University ‘G. d’Annunzio” of Chieti-Pescara
European Technologies for Cultural Heritage – EuroTech
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Philipps-Universität Marburg
Framework for Erasmus+ Staff Competencies – FESC
Erasmus+, KA2, Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices
University of Warsaw
Developing FL literacy in CLIL contexts – UCZIP CLIL
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Building Educational Bridges in the City – BRIDGING
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
University of Warsaw
Action for Computational Thinking in Social Sciences – ACTiSS
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Critical Skills for Electronic Engineers of 2020 – CRETE
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Animafac in France
European STudent Engagement Project – European STEP
 Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Karel de Grote College University
Growing in uRban educatIon and diversity – GRIT
Erasmus+, KA1, Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD)
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
4CTS+ Erasmus Mundus Master in Urban Studies – 4CTS+
Erasmus+, Jean Monnet Network 2018
Barcelona Center for International Affairs (CIDOB)
Europe-Cuba Forum Network
Erasmus+, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence
University of Warsaw
Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence: Future of Europe in Research and Studies – CEFoE
PO WER – Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development
University of Warsaw
International mobility of disabled and financially disadvantaged students – PO WER
Erasmus+, KA107,  International Credit Mobility
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme and Partner Countries
Erasmus+, KA103, Learning Mobility of Individuals in HE
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme Countries
Erasmus+, KA107,  International Credit Mobility
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme and Partner countries
PO WER – Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development
University of Warsaw
International mobility of disabled and financially disadvantaged students – PO WER
Erasmus+, KA103, Learning Mobility of Individuals in HE
University of Warsaw
Mobility of students and staff between Programme Countries
Erasmus+, KA1, Mobility project for adult education staff
University of Warsaw
Erasmus+, KA1, Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degrees
Universidad de Deusto
NOHA-IHA+ Joint Master’s Degree Programme in International Humanitarian Action
Erasmus+, KA3,
Support for Policy Reform
European University Foundation
EWP2 – Erasmus Without Paper 2.0
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
Odisee vzw
BECERID – A Blog as open learning platform for the field of Early Childhood Education about Research and Innovation to support Disadvantaged and Diverse children
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
University of Miskolc
ENGaGE – Digital English and German task bank for 4th-8th class dyslexic learners
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
2017-1- BE02-KA203- 034773
Gent  University
e-QUATIC – On-line Quality Assessment Tool for International Cooperation
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
State Research Institute, Radom
CLIL-VET – Implementing the CLIL-VET model in vocational schools
Erasmus+, KA2, Strategic Partnerships
University of Vigo
ILSA – Interlingual Live Subtitling for Access