Before you apply for an Erasmus+ mobility here you need to be oficially nominated by your university. Thus make sure your International Office sends a nomination letter to us first.
In line with the requirements of the Erasmus+ Programme and the Erasmus Without Paper Initiative, UTH have adopted the Online Learning Agreement (OLA). OLA is an online tool that allows mobile higher education students to prepare, submit and sign their learning agreements online. This means that you are expected to fill in and send your Online Learning Agreement through the OLA tool (traditional LA can be accepted in exceptional cases only)
The detailed description of the application with OLA is provided further below in this section
Steps to take:
Select your UTH English-taught Courses you want to do during your mobility and have them approved by your home university (please select the courses from the current list of English-taught courses available at UTH)
Documents to be sent to the UTH Erasmus+ Coordinator:
Make sure that you bring these documents with you:
This procedure should be used when you are applying for a mobility period using OLA:
OLA (The Online Learning Agreement) is an online tool that allows mobile higher education students to prepare, submit and sign their learning agreements online. Thus you will fill in all the necessary information regarding your study plan proposal in OLA and it will be signed by three parties (the student, the responsible person at Home Institution and the responsible person at UTH).
Having registered and signed in, you will need to fill in all the compulsory fields about yourself, your Home University and UTH. Below find the necessary information regarding UTH:
Institution Name: Uczelnia Techniczno-Handlowa im. Heleny Chodkowskiej
Erasmus Code: PL WARSZAW17
Address: Jutrzenki 135 , 02-791 Warszawa, Poland
Telephone: +48 661887701
Name of the Responsible Person: Piotr Kazmierczak
Position: Institutional Coordinator
Contact of the Responsible Person: firstname.lastname@example.org
Field of Education: you can use the ISCED Code Finder, type in your study area and them selected the appropriate code.