Erasmus+ Incoming mobility
The Interdisciplinary Study of Environmental Protection offers the opportunity to realize a part of the studies (selected courses) or a research project for the exchange students at the bachelor and master’s level. In addition, the academic teachers from partner universities interested in a teaching visit at the Faculty of Biological Sciences are welcome.
Exchange students usually spend a semester or two at our unit, whereas the incoming academic teachers usually work at our Faculty during a period of at least two days (minimum 8 hours altogether).
Financial support/Erasmus grant for this type of visit is covered by the partner University, for more details please contact the Erasmus Coordinator at your University. For the exchange to be possible, the partner University should hold the appropriate Erasmus bilateral agreement with the Interdisciplinary Study of Environmental Protection.
Lectures – the oral presentations of theoretical knowledge that are credited with a written exam at the end of the semester.
Seminars – the courses assessed based on the student activity including the active course participation, the presentations, and the student attendance. During seminars, students have the opportunity to think, analyze, discuss, and address real scientific problems.
Laboratories – the courses providing students with a safe, hands-on practice in experimental biology. During the lab courses students have the opportunity to explore the methods used by scientists in their scientific research.
Field courses – the courses designed to provide students a firsthand experience in the field environments in order to understand the ecological and evolutionary processes.
Practices – the courses designed to provide students a firsthand experience in the identification, comparison and description of biological material or fossils
Grades are awarded within a five-digit grading system ranging from 1 to 5 as presented in the table.
List of courses offered for Erasmus+ students in the Interfaculty Study of Environmental Protection:
The courses/modules will be organised for minimum of 3 students in each group.
How to register for courses?
University of Wroclaw uses the University Study-Oriented System (called USOS) to manage information for students. It is a typical software information system supporting management of higher education at different Polish Universities. The USOS service refers to the course catalog, course registration, class schedules, student and teacher personal data and contact information or study programs. When accepted for studies at Wroclaw University, every student is signed up to USOS system. To join the particular course, every student must be registered in the student group created in the USOS system. As an exchange student you do have to contact an Erasmus+ Coordinator at the Faculty running the course and ask him/her to register you in the USOS system.
Contact of the Erasmus+ Coordinator for Environmental Protection
Institute of Geological Sciences Department of Applied Geology, Geochemistry and Environmental Management Cybulskiego 32 (3rd floor)
tel.: +48 71 375 9222
Location of the courses:
Institute of Geological Sciences UWr
Institute of Geography and Regional Development UWr
Faculty of Biological Sciences UWr
Completion of a semester study
The completion of a semester of study shall be certified. A student shall be required to print the records from the USOS website and bring them to the Faculty Erasmus+ Coordinator to get a sign and a stamp. Student can also go to the Dean office to print the USOS record, and then provide it to the Faculty Erasmus+ Coordinator.
The address of Dean Office of Interfaculty Study of Environmental Protection at the University of Wroclaw:
63/77 Przybyszewskiego Str.
50-148 Wrocław, Poland
tel. (+48) 71 375 6427