Dear Partners! We would like to invite academic teachers to visit our university as part of the Erasmus+ program – the teaching staff mobility visit (STA).
Internationalisation is one of the priorities for our institution, which is why a meeting with the colleagues from the partners’ universities is a precious opportunity for sharing experience between the academic staff from both sides. The programme enables teacher’ staff to spend a teaching period of up to 5 working days – or at least 8 teaching hours – at our institution. As the host university we are convinced that the objectives of such a visit would be noticeable: most of all, this would allow students to benefit from the knowledge of the foreign academic staff and experience on pedagogical methods. The STA mobility is a unique promotion of exchange and motivate not only students but also staff to become more mobile.
Moreover, the Erasmus+ staff visit would also be an opportunity for us to present our beautiful city, regional culture and impressive mountainous landscape! In order to organize such a visit, after the nomination at the home institution, the teacher should contact an Erasmus+ coordinator from the proper faculty at our university, where she/he would like to "do" the teaching hours.
PLEASE NOTE! It is important to complete the following steps before the STA visit:
As being selected by the home university an interested teacher should contact the Erasmus coordinator of the proper faculty at the host university (see “Contacts”).
The home and host universities need to agree on the teaching programme of the visiting teachers prior to the start of the mobility period.
The grant (subsistence allowance and travel costs) is always provided by the home university
Category: Information /
Published: 29 February 2016 /
Eclipses and shadows
A painter and singer, Magdalena Łazar-Massier presents her works at the University Academic Gallery. The virtual opening of the exhibition entitled "Eclipses and shadows" took place during the University Senate meeting on October 27. The exhibition will be open until 20 November 2020.
Magdalena Łazar-Massie shows us mainly nocturne paintings that illustrate the synthesis of her thoughts and emotions related to the space of the real landscape, remembered and transferred to canvas or paper in the form of a collage. Her way of artistic expression is rich in inexpressible metaphorical symbols that are a record of traces of memory related to her life.