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ERASMUS + PROGRAM

Radom Academy of Economics has an extended Erasmus Charter for Higher Education, both for the years 2014-2020 and also 2021-2027. Thanks to it, our lecturers, administrative staff and students can take part in various types of mobility – students can do an internships or part of their studies abroad, employees can carry out training abroad or conduct classes at partner universities, but also students or lecturers of our partner universities – can come to us.

Erasmus + is the European Union’s program for education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020. Its total budget is EUR 14.7 billion. It builds on the achievements of European education programs that have been in operation for 25 years and is the result of the amalgamation of the following European initiatives carried out by the European Commission in 2007-2013: Lifelong Learning Program, Youth in Action Program, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus , Alfa, Edulink and cooperation programs with industrialized countries in the field of higher education.

The structure of the Erasmus + program includes the following elements:

    • Action 1. Learning mobility;
    • Action 2. Cooperation for innovation and exchange of good practices;
    • Action 3. Support in policy reform; Jean Monnet program;
    • S port – thanks to the Erasmus + program, for the first time in the history of European Union educational programs, initiatives related to sport are supported.

To the Program participate 34 countries:

  • 27 member states of the European Union;
  • other, not belonging to the EU: Republic of North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey, Serbia, United Kingdom.

The Radom Academy of Economics cooperates with over 170 foreign universities and over 30 companies located in various parts of Europe – from Spain, Portugal, through sunny Greece, Cyprus, Malta, cooler Denmark, to Lithuania and Latvia.As part of the English-language inter institutional path organized for foreign students coming to us on the Erasmus + program, students of our University can also take part in the classes.

In Action 1 “Learning Mobility” in the Erasmus + Program, the Radom Academy of Economics obtained funding for employee exchange with the program countries.
Workers mobility projects for cooperation with Program Countries include:
-mobility of academic teachers for the purpose of teaching at universities in the Program countries; this category also includes visits by company representatives from other Program Countries to conduct classes for students;
-mobility of university employees (both academic teachers and other employees) to universities, institutions, organizations, enterprises in other program countries for training purposes (improving professional competences, expanding knowledge in a given field, participation in training, “work shadowing”, etc. ).
In employee mobility can participate administrative staff and lecturers from partner universities with which Radom Academy of Economics has signed bilateral agreements. Both institutions have to be holder of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).
Partner Universities
Establishing international cooperation is one of the priorities of the Radom Academy of Economics. That is why the Academy demonstrates a number of activities which consist of drawing up bilateral and multilateral agreements with prestigious foreign universities and other educational and business organizations. We already signed over 170 bilateral agreement with different universities located in 23 countries as: Bulgaria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Ireland, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Uzbekistan, Turkey- their list can be found below in the download file.
Application Procedure for Staff- Teaching
The partner higher education institution/enterprise must have agreed on the programme of activities to be undertaken by the visiting teachers (Mobility Agreement) prior to the start of the mobility period.
In all cases, the activities of staff undertaking a teaching assignment should be integrated into the curriculum of the receiving institution.
In the case of staff mobility from an enterprise to a higher education institution, the mobility is arranged by an invitation from the higher education institution to the staff member of the enterprise. The grant is always managed by the higher education institution.
If You would like to apply for Staff Mobility for Teaching, please:
  1. Download Staff Mobility for Teaching
  2. Fill all sections of the form
  3. Complete stamp and all signatures- Yours, Your coordinator
  4. Make a scan of that document in pdf
  5. Send the Staff Mobility on e-mail: zagranica@ahns.pl
  6. If everything will be correct in 7 – 10 days You will get Acceptance Letter from us
  7. Bring with You 1 original form for us

ATTENTION!

Recommended language of instruction level B2.
In academic year our working days are from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
We offer in academic year 2021/2022 on:
-Social Sciences Faculty: 0112 – Pre-school and Early School Pedagogy, 0313 – Psychology
-Strategic and Technical Studies Faculty: 1030 – Internal Security, Criminology, 0613 – Informatics
-Law and Administration Faculty: 0411, 0412 – Finance and accounting, 0413 – Management and Administration, 0421 – Law
Application Procedure for Staff- Training
Staff members are selected by the sending higher education institution. The sending institution and the receiving institution/enterprise must have agreed on the programme of the activities to be undertaken by the visiting staff member (Mobility Agreement) prior to the start of the mobility period.
If You would like to apply for Staff Mobility for Training, please:
  1. Download Staff Mobility for Training
  2. Fill all sections of the form
  3. Complete stamp and all signatures- Yours, Your coordinator
  4. Make a scan of that document in pdf
  5. Send the Staff Mobility on e-mail: zagranica@ahns.pl
  6. If everything will be correct in 7 – 10 days You will get Acceptance Letter from us
  7. Bring with You 1 original form for us
ATTENTION!
Recommended language of instruction level B2.
In academic year our working days are from Tuesdays to Saturdays.
Accommodation
Radom Academy of Economics hasn’t got own students/workers residence.
To search housing in Radom We recommend You:
For easier arriving to us, try to find the hotel located in walking distance from Radom Academy of Economics as:
-Szkolne Schronisko Młodzieżowe, Limanowskiego 34/40, 26- 600 Radom

recepcja@ssmradom.pl

http://ssmradom.pl/

-Tybla Hostel, Tybla 10, 26- 600 Radom

hostel.radom@gmail.com

Insurance and Medical Treatment, Emergency Assistance
Just in case, that will be easier to You to have life and health insurance which will be valid in Poland. The institution responsible for health care in Poland is the National Health Fund- (Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia – NFZ).
To get treatment by a general practitioner (examination and consultation) you should go to a doctor who has a contract with the NFZ and show your Health Insurance Policy or a replacement certificate. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) works in the countries of the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) so You can apply for Card in Your country before coming if You are EU citizen.
To get treatment by a specialist, such as an obstetrician, dentist, dermatologist, venereologist, oncologist, eye specialist or psychiatrist you do not need a referral. To go to any other specialist you need to go to a general practitioner first. In general we can say, that the standard treatment by a specialist who has a contract with the NFZ is free, but costs of above-standard services and materials have to be covered by the patient.
If You are non EU citizen You should have- life and health insurance policy which ensure at least the following health care services:
-emergency medical assistance costs;
-treatment costs of growing chronic illness;
-transport costs to the closest medical facility providing the services mentioned above;
-transportation costs to return the patient to his/her home country in the case of a serious illness or death.
The insurance policy shall be valid for a period of staying in Poland. Non EU citizens can get the above mentioned insurance policy at the local insurance companies.
Detailed information concerning health care in Poland can be found at: http://www.nfz.gov.pl/ue/
Don’t forget! Emergency call in Poland- 999 or 112
Entering Poland
Since December 21, 2007, Poland is part of the Schengen Area, a zone without controls on internal borders which comprises of 28 countries. Third-country nationals may enter Poland if they are in possession of a valid travel document and a visa (if required). Council Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 includes the lists of third countries whose nationals must possess valid visas to cross external borders, and of countries whose nationals are exempt from this obligation.
When crossing the border third-country nationals are also obliged to justify the purpose and conditions of intended stay and prove that they have sufficient means of subsistence, both for the period of intended stay and for return to their country of origin or transit to a third state into which they are certain to be admitted, or are in a position to acquire such means lawfully.
Moreover, they must not be listed as persons who have been refused entry, and they must not be considered a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Schengen states.
The visa application should be submitted to and examined by the relevant consular post in accordance with its territorial competence.
Applicants should contact relevant consular post in order to obtain the application as well as information on the electronic registration of the application and visa fees. The application will be examined no later than 15 calendar days after the date of submission of the full set of documents.
Third-country nationals are allowed to enter Poland and stay there if they are in the possession of one of the following documents:
-Uniform short-stay Schengen visa (C)
-Polish long-stay national visa (D)
-Polish residence permit
-Residence permit or national long-stay visa issued by another Schengen state.
To enter the territory of a Schengen State, third-country nationals must be in possession of a valid travel document and a visa (if required). They must also meet the following requirements:
-they must justify the purpose and conditions of the intended stay and prove that they have sufficient means of subsistence, both for the period of the intended stay and for the return to their country of origin or transit to a third State into which they are certain to be admitted, or are in a position to acquire such means lawfully;
-no alert for the purposes of refusing entry must have been issued for them;
-they must not be considered a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Schengen states.
In connection with the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, please keep your distance from other people, wear protective masks and disinfect your hands.Before traveling to Poland, we recommend that you read the applicable restrictions on the website of the Office for Foreigners:

In Action 1 “Learning Mobility” in the Erasmus + Program, universities can obtain funding for the exchange of students and staff with the program countries and exchanges with partner countries from other regions of the world.

Mobility projects for cooperation with Program Countries may include student mobility:

  • mobility of students for studies to other program countries – for a period of 3 to 12 months;
  • mobility of students for internships to other program countries – for a period from 2 to 12 months;
  • mobility of graduates for internships / internships to other program countries – for a period from 2 to 12 months;

Individual beneficiaries – students apply for mobility at their home university.

Students coming to Polish universities from universities from other program countries receive funding (scholarship) from their home (sending) university.

In mobility can participate students from partner universities with which Radom Academy of Economics has signed bilateral agreements. Both institutions have to be holder of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).

Partner Universities

Establishing international cooperation is one of the priorities of the Radom Academy of Economics. That is why the Academy demonstrates a number of activities which consist of drawing up bilateral and multilateral agreements with prestigious foreign universities and other educational and business organizations. We already signed over 170 bilateral agreement with different universities located in 23 countries as: Bulgaria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Ireland, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Uzbekistan, Turkey- their list can be found below in the download file.

Courses offered in English for Erasmus+ Students coming for studies

Radom Academy of Economics has run the International Programme since 2007. The programme and the interdisciplinary English path which was created within it enable the students from the partner universities to study at RAE for one or two terms. The main aim of the English path at Radom Academy of Economics is to help students gain knowledge and skills needed to move freely on the international market level.

Concept

The curriculum of the English path was prepared in order to provide students with the necessary knowledge and practical skills in decision-making in diverse conditions of the international market environment. The path realized in this scope is extremely valuable and useful for students because of its interdisciplinary and multi-dimensional approach to analysis of contemporary problems of businesses and economic environment. Currently, many foreign companies and state institutions are in need for specialists in international business that is why, Radom Academy of Economics places an emphasis on the close integration of theoretical and practical knowledge as well as preparation for professional work gained during workshops.

Objectives:

The English Path “International Business in Global Economy” is primarily aimed at providing the students with knowledge and skills needed in doing business internationally and prepare them to work in companies operating in the EU and global economic space. In addition, by taking part in the programme students can acquire knowledge of cultural differences, international relations which enables them to understand the issues of the modern world better, analyze the environment and notice the interconnections among economic units. The programme helps them to learn rules for running businesses, ensuring effectiveness of the market as well as creating and implementing business plans. Students will find out about the functioning of the global and European market, including competition rules, procedures related to the movement of goods across borders. They will also learn how to carry out analyses and evaluate the situation on international markets.

Winter term: 1 October 2022– 15 January 2023

  1. LEGAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION

Courses for winter term:

    1. EU Administrative Law 4 ECTS
    2. Institutions and sources of the European Union 4 ECTS
    3. Structural funds and EU projects 4 ECTS
    4. Basics of contemporary economy 4 ECTS
    5. Human Resources Management in the international organizations 4 ECTS
    6. Intercultural Communication in Europe 4 ECTS
    7. Entrepreneurship and entering on the labor market 4 ECTS
    8. IT management systems for organizations 4 ECTS
    9. Business English I 4 ECTS
    10. Polish for beginners I 6 ECTS

Details relating to a given subject, such as learning outcomes, skills, competences, hours, etc., can be found below in the file COURSE CATALOG.

Spring term: 1 March 2023 – 15 June 2023

  1. THE INFLUENCE OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND GLOBALIZATION ON CONTEMPORARY ORGANIZATIONS

Courses for spring term:

  1. Business strategies and economic policy in the conditions of globalization 4 ECTS
  2. International  relations in the modern world 4 ECTS
  3. Public International Law 4 ECTS
  4. Global Financial Markets 4 ECTS
  5. Corporate Social Responsibility of enterprises in the age of globalism 4 ECTS
  6. Psychological aspects in the management of multicultural organizations 4 ECTS
  7. Advertisement and consumer behaviour in international marketing 4 ECTS
  8. Information technologies in the global economy 4 ECTS
  9. Cyber threats and security of information systems 4 ECTS
  10. Business English II 4 ECTS
  11. Polish for beginners I 6 ECTS

Details relating to a given subject, such as learning outcomes, skills, competences, hours, etc., can be found below in the file COURSE CATALOG.

Application Procedure for Students – Studies

If you wish to apply for studies at Radom Academy of Economics as an exchange student, you should first check if we are cooperating with Your University and then apply for Erasmus+ there. If You passed all required exams and Your English or Polish is on at least B1 level and Your school qualify You, Erasmus Coordinator of Your University will inform us about Your nomination- that’s the beginning.

Students coming to Radom Academy of Economics from universities from other program countries receive funding (scholarship) from home (sending) University – not from Radom Academy of Economics.

If You would like to apply for one or two semesters of studies, please:

  1. Download Learning Agreement for Studies and Application Form
  2. Fill all sections of the forms
  3. Complete stamp and all signatures- Yours, Your coordinator
  4. Get the Transcript of Records from Your University
  5. Make a scan of that documents in pdf
  6. Send all documents (Transcript, Application Form, Learning Agreement) to e-mail: zagranica@ahns.pl
  7. If everything will be correct in 7 – 10 days You will get Acceptance Letter from us
  8. Send by UPS, DHL or post on mail address (Radom Academy of Economics, Poland, Staroopatowska 1a, 26-600 Radom, room 03) the original documents – 1 Transcript of records, 1 Application Form, 3 Learning Agreements, 3 photos 35*45mm size

ATTENTION!

Accepting nominations for winter semester starts on 1st May, for spring semester on 1st November.

Deadlines for sending documents and accepting nominations:

  • winter semester – 22nd June
  • spring semester – 22nd December

Application Procedure for Students – Internships

If you wish to apply for internships at Radom Academy of Economics as an exchange student, you should first check if we are cooperating with Your University and then apply for Erasmus there. If You passed all required exams and Your English or Polish is on at least B1 level and Your school qualify You, Erasmus Coordinator of Your University will inform us about Your nomination- that’s the beginning.

Students coming to Radom Academy of Economics from universities from other program countries receive funding (scholarship) from home (sending) University – not from Radom Academy of Economics.

If You would like to apply for internship, please:

  1. Download Learning Agreement for Traineeships and Application Form
  2. Fill all sections of the forms
  3. Complete stamp and all signatures- Yours, Your coordinator
  4. Make a scan of that documents in pdf.
  5. Send all documents (Application Form, Learning Agreement) to e-mail: zagranica@ahns.pl
  6. If everything will be correct in 7 – 10 days You will get Acceptance Letter from us
  7. Send by UPS, DHL or post on mail address (Radom Academy of Economics, Poland, Staroopatowska 1a, 26-600 Radom, room 03) the original documents – 1 Transcript of records, 1 Application Form, 3 Learning Agreements, 3 photos 35*45mm size

ATTENTION!

Accepting nominations for winter semester starts on 1st May, for spring semester on 1st November.

Deadlines for sending documents and accepting nominations:

  • winter semester – 22nd June
  • spring semester – 22nd December.

Accommodation

Radom Academy of Economics hasn’t got own students residence and we don’t make any reservations for students in available hotels, hostels e.t.c located in Radom.

ATTENTION!

All students are required to contact the person managing the given object in order to reserve room, as well as to pay a deposit prior to arrival. Only the deposit paid is a guarantee of providing space in the selected facility.

Our cheap recommendations located walking distance from us:

  • Szkolne Schronisko Młodzieżowe, Limanowskiego 34/40, 26- 600 Radom

recepcja@ssmradom.pl http://ssmradom.pl/

  • Tybla Hostel, Tybla 10, 26- 600 Radom

hostel.radom@gmail.com https://hostel.radom.pl/

  • Ośrodek Szkolenia Zawodowego, Kraszewskiego 1/7, 26- 600 Radom

hotelosz@osz-radom.ohp.pl http://osz.radom.pl/

To search housing in Radom You can also visit:

www.booking.pl

www.nocowanie.pl

www.trivago.pl

www.olx.pl

Insurance and Medical Treatment, Emergency Assistance

Just in case, that will be easier to You to have life and health insurance which will be valid in Poland. The institution responsible for health care in Poland is the National Health Fund- (Narodowy Fundusz Zdrowia – NFZ).

To get treatment by a general practitioner (examination and consultation) you should go to a doctor who has a contract with the NFZ and show your Health Insurance Policy or a replacement certificate. The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) works in the countries of the European Union (EU) and the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) so You can apply for Card in Your country before coming if You are EU citizen.

To get treatment by a specialist, such as an obstetrician, dentist, dermatologist, venereologist, oncologist, eye specialist or psychiatrist you do not need a referral. To go to any other specialist you need to go to a general practitioner first. In general we can say, that the standard treatment by a specialist who has a contract with the NFZ is free, but costs of above-standard services and materials have to be covered by the patient.

If You are non EU citizen You should have- life and health insurance policy which ensure at least the following health care services:

  • emergency medical assistance costs;
  • treatment costs of growing chronic illness;
  • transport costs to the closest medical facility providing the services mentioned above;
  • transportation costs to return the patient to his/her home country in the case of a serious illness or death.

The insurance policy shall be valid for a period of staying in Poland. Non EU citizens can get the above mentioned insurance policy at the local insurance companies.

Detailed information concerning health care in Poland can be found at: http://www.nfz.gov.pl/ue/

Don’t forget! Emergency call in Poland- 999 or 112

Entering Poland

Since December 21, 2007, Poland is part of the Schengen Area, a zone without controls on internal borders which comprises of 28 countries. Third-country nationals may enter Poland if they are in possession of a valid travel document and a visa (if required). Council Regulation (EC) No 539/2001 includes the lists of third countries whose nationals must possess valid visas to cross external borders, and of countries whose nationals are exempt from this obligation.

When crossing the border third-country nationals are also obliged to justify the purpose and conditions of intended stay and prove that they have sufficient means of subsistence, both for the period of intended stay and for return to their country of origin or transit to a third state into which they are certain to be admitted, or are in a position to acquire such means lawfully.

Moreover, they must not be listed as persons who have been refused entry, and they must not be considered a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Schengen states.

The visa application should be submitted to and examined by the relevant consular post in accordance with its territorial competence.

Applicants should contact relevant consular post in order to obtain the application as well as information on the electronic registration of the application and visa fees. The application will be examined no later than 15 calendar days after the date of submission of the full set of documents.

Third-country nationals are allowed to enter Poland and stay there if they are in the possession of one of the following documents:

  • Uniform short-stay Schengen visa (C)
  • Polish long-stay national visa (D)
  • Polish residence permit
  • Residence permit or national long-stay visa issued by another Schengen state.

To enter the territory of a Schengen State, third-country nationals must be in possession of a valid travel document and a visa (if required). They must also meet the following requirements:

– they must justify the purpose and conditions of the intended stay and prove that they have sufficient means of subsistence, both for the period of the intended stay and for the return to their country of origin or transit to a third State into which they are certain to be admitted, or are in a position to acquire such means lawfully;

– no alert for the purposes of refusing entry must have been issued for them;

– they must not be considered a threat to public policy, national security or the international relations of any of the Schengen states.

In connection with the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, please keep your distance from other people, wear protective masks and disinfect your hands.Before traveling to Poland, we recommend that you read the applicable restrictions on the website of the Office for Foreigners: https://udsc.gov.pl/en/coronavirus-information-for-foreigners/

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