International Cooperation

ERASMUS MUNDUS AT SGGW


ERASMUS MUNDUS ACTION 2

Erasmus Mundus Program allowed academic mobility of students (BSc, MSc), doctorates, PostDoc candidates and staff to countries outside European Union. Regions of world were divided into specific geographic lots included in EM Projects chosen annually during calls announced by the Education, Audiovisual and Cultre Executive Agency (EACEA). Each project lasting four years includes several European and Non-European universities affiliated in the consortium.

International Relations Office, WULS-SGGW was engaged in the following projects in the frame of Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window and Action 2:

1. IAMONET-RU (stage I 2007-2011, stage II 2008-2012, stage IIII 2009-2013, stage IV 2010-2014, stage V 2013-2017) – exchange with Russia; project coordinated by the University of Hohenheim, Germany (more)

2. EURASIA (2008-2012) – exchange with Far East countries (China, Laos, Mongolia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam); project coordinated by the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciencs (BOKU), Austria (more)

3. EURASIA2 (2010-2014) – exchange with Far East Asia countries (China, Laos, Mongolia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia); project coordinated by the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic (UNILATERAL exchange)

4. CENTRAL ASIA (2009-2013) – exchange with Central Asia countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan); project coordinated by przez the Erasmushogeschool Brussel, Belgium (more)

5. ALRAKIS (2011-2015) – exchange with South Kaukasus region countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia); project coordinated by the Georg-August Göttingen Universität, Germany (more)

6. ALRAKIS II (2012-2016) – exchange with South Kaukasus region countries (Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia) and Ukraine; project coordinated by the Georg-August Göttingen Universität, Germany (more)

7. MARCO XXI (2011-2015) – exchange with Central Asia countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan); project coordinated by the Georg-August Göttingen Universität, Germany (UNILATERAL exchange)

8. EUPHRATES (2013-2017) – exchange with India; project coordinated by the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Hiszpania (UNILATERAL exchange)

9. ALFABET (2014-2018) – exchange with Far East Asia countries (China, Laos, Mongolia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Philippines); project coordinated by the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, (more)

Until 14 July 2018 will be implemented projects funded by the Erasmus Mundus Action 2 program in 2013.

From 2014, academic exchanges with countries outside the European Union are possible only in the Erasmus+ program (2014-2020), as part of Action 1 Education Mobility or Action 2 Capacity Building in the Higher Education Sector.

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree is a second-cycle international degree program conducted by a consortium of universities, which consists of at least three universities from three different EU countries.

Coordinator and administrators of the Erasmus Mundus Program at WULS-SGGW:

Dr Mieczysław Rygalski, Coordinator
tel: 22 59 310 40
e-mail: mieczyslaw_rygalski@sggw.pl

Mgr inż. Ewelina Belkiewicz
tel: 22 59 310 45
e-mail: ewelina_belkiewicz@sggw.pl

Mgr inż. Małgorzata Szczęsna
tel: 22 59 310 46
e-mail: malgorzata_szczesna@sggw.pl