Erasmus

What is Erasmus? Sure, many of you have heard this term, but not everyone fully understands what it is. Let's find out, because this is one of the factors that makes education in Poland very attractive for applicants from all over the world.

Erasmus is a non-profit student and teacher exchange program between various universities of European Union countries. It is intended to provide an opportunity for all participants to take an internship or training in foreign

countries participating in the program. In simple terms, if you decide to enter a Polish university, you can spend some time of your studies (from 3 months to 1 year) abroad. There are about 4 thousand universities participating in the Erasmus program today, and its geography covers 33 European countries.

The choice is wide enough, isn't it?
Erasmus is a great opportunity to compare education in different countries, to see the world, make new friends and broaden your horizons.
Requirements for candidates are not particularly strict.
You must:
- be a student of your school for at least 2 years;
- demonstrate academic success (high average grade);
- know the language of the country of potential internship.

In a global sense, the social significance of the program is to establish international relations and strengthen the common European space. But if we consider Erasmus at the level of a student, then this is a great opportunity to compare education in different countries, see the world, make new friends, and broaden



your horizons.

The program is free, which is a huge benefit for every student who also receives a scholarship to cover the expenses in a new country. Also, it should be taken into account that today more and more employers consider participation in the Erasmus program as an advantage of the applicants.

Most Polish universities are members of Erasmus, so when choosing higher education in Poland, we advise you to pay attention to this fact.
Today more and more employers consider participation in the Erasmus program as an advantage of the applicants
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