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Transcript of ERASMUS PROGRAMME
Currently, Erasmus is the part of Life Long Learning Programme. One of its main targets is to raise the amount of mobile students to 3 million in 2013. The ERASMUS
programme Students may only receive two ERASMUS grants: for a study period and for a placement period.You can apply for grant only in EU’s countries Student mobility Teaching staff mobility Łukasz Młyniec, student from Poland, placement at Innovation and Development Centre Zrinski (Education Group Zrinski, Croatia) ERASMUS at the EGZ Experience
of Luka Krolo Discussion What it is all about? • usually you must find employer by yourself PLACEMENT: • for searching you may use typical websites with job offers or your home country Erasmus website • excluded are European Union institutions and other EU bodies including specialised agencies, organisations managing EU programmes and national diplomatic representations (embassy and consulate) of the home country of the student •usually your university/college and the guest institution will take care of preparation for your studies and an accommodation Studying:
•but still, you must pass your exams It prerequisite at least 5 hours of teaching
teaching assignment in duration between 1 day and 6 week
training in duration between 5 days and 6 weeks Luka Krolo, student placement, (Hotel Excelsior, Malta) Hrvoje Smoljić,
Gea College, Slovenia) Viktor Gregurek, study stay
Gea College, Slovenia) Dora Stanković, student placement (Malta) Dora Dovranić, student placement (NP Neumann & Partners Gmbh, Austria) Experience of
Łukasz Młyniec Erasmus Placement What I have learned? What are the advantages?
Various range of tasks and challenges
Participation in project application process
Increasing teamwork skills
Learning about relations between business and HEI
Knowledge of education place in the EU and Croatia and generally in the state
Improving language skills
Knowledge about internal and external corporate relations Placement at the IRCZ up till now Fit to the team which works efficiently with projects
Absorb information about creating and implementing projects
Learn principles and details that are essential during preparing and realizing projects
Adapt neccessary habits in that kind of job
Develop ability to deal with diverse tasks
Gain experience of working in international environment
Increase language skills
Find a proper job afterwards My expectation Where?
Second Tax Office in Tarnow
What I learned?
How to deal with customers
How to do my duties in time
How to cooperate with people of completely different poin of view
How to act strictly with law and internal requirements Placements Where? Student’s magazine
˝AD ASTRA˝, Tarnow
What I learned?
How to work in a team
How to work with wide range of topics
How to create a compromise
How to search, get and use the information
How to fight for your rights
How to take care of cases important for your surrounding
How to work under pressure of time, people and readers Ad Astra Where? Local magazine, Greboszow
What I learned?
How to deal with sensitive topics
How to present information
How to work under pressure of time, people and readers Gazeta Greboszowska Other experience Thank you for your attention! Visit us on;
www.zrinski.org Contact us:
Students with special needs may apply for a specific grant after they have been selected for a mobility period.
A grant covers partly the costs of the stay abroad. Students do not pay any university fees. All rights and obligations of exchange students are described in the Erasmus Student Charter.
You must cover travel costs by yourself. What's more? The interested student has to turn to the international office and/or ERASMUS office of his or her home higher education institution.