18 November 2019 - 10 January 2020
Winter and summer semesters
This recruitment is dedicated for candidates willing to participate in Erasmus mobility programme in academic year 2020/2021 in both, winter or summer semester and for students interested in traineeship
Step I - Recruitment at the Faculty
Student’s duties are:
- to acquaint themselves with the offer of partner Universities assigned to the relevant field of study
- to look through the websites of partner Universities
- to choose University paying particular attention to courses offered by partner University in relation to current study programme at SGGW. Students are entitled to apply for Erasmus+ ONLY within the field of study for which they have been admitted at SGGW. Nominations outside the student's subject area will not be considered.
The candidate takes part in recruitment and registers for a foreign language exam using the application form, which will be sent to the relevant faculty coordinator by email.
Each faculty has its own students selection system in order to appoint the best candidates for the ERASMUS + Programme
Step II – foreign language exam - 01.02.2020 (Saturday)
The exam is organized by IRO for following languages: English, German, French, Spanish and Italian. The exam is free of charge for nominated students. Students who don't inform us about their absence, nor present the sick leave will have to cover the costs of the exam. The level of the exam is B2, but it is also possible to obtain a certificate in B1 level.
The exam consists of two parts: writing and speaking:
Writing 160 min.
Consists of five parts: writting essay, text understanding, multiple choice test and listening.
Speaking - 15- 20min
Consists of three parts: general conversation that tests the ability to communicate effectively, a conversation about a given topic and a language task.
The candidates may receive a maximum amount of 300 points:
- 75% (225 points) writing
- 25 % (75 points) speaking.
In order to pass the exam at B2 level it is required to obtain a minimum of 180 points in both parts, however at least:
- 135 points (60% from 225 points) in writing
- 45 points (60 % from 75 points) in speaking.
B1 certificate can be given to students who obtained 50% - 59% in both parts or minimum 50% in one part and more than 60% in the second one.
The results of the exam are given two weeks after the exam. One week later coordinators make a final list of the qualified candidates and send it to the International Relationship Office of SGGW
Students who have an international foreign language certificate in upper intermediate (B2 at least) or higher level or having an international high school diploma, are exempted from the exam.
The list of accepted certificates:
- English: First Certificate (FCE); TOEFL in paper form from 420 points, computer form from 187 points and online exam from 75 points, LCCI JetSet level 5 B2, LCCI EFB WRITNING and READING, SPEAKING and LISTENING level 3 or other certificates in equal or higher levels.
Ghent University, Belgium, doesn’t accept the following certificates: FCE, CAE, CPE, LCCI
University of Maribor doesn’t accept FCE certificate older than 3 years.
- French: DELF B2, DL - Diplome de Langue Francaise - Alliance Francaise or other certificates in equal or higher levels.
- Spanish: DELE Intermedio – Diploma de Español como Lengua Extranjera (DELE), Cervante’s Institute
- German: Zertifikat Deutsch (ZD), Goethe Instytut (at least with “good” grade); Zentrale Mittelstufenprüfung (ZMP), Goethe Instytut or other certificates in equal or higher levels.
- Italian: CELI3 - Certificazione della Conoscenza della Lingua Italiana or higher and all other certificates issued by the institutions working in a cooperation with the Italian Ministry of Foreign (CILS Due B2 and PLIDA B2).
Step III Verification of students lists
After announcing the results of the exams, the lists of students are finally verified. The candidates are informed about places assigned at particular partner Intuitions by the International Relationship Office
Every student willing to take part in the recruitment is obligated to fill in the electronic application form and send it via email to the relevant faculty coordinator during the recruitment period.
Please note that students who don’t fill the application form will not be considered for the Erasmus+ programme.
Students are requested to deliver the application documents to the IRO not later than 2 weeks before the application deadline set by the host university. It is student’s responsibility to check this deadline on the university’s website or to get the information from their coordinator.
Please note: some of the host universities don’t set the deadline for application. In this case students are requested to deliver the documents to the IRO until:
- 15th of June for winter semester
- 15th of December for summer semester
The form needs to be filled electronically, printed out and signed by the student.
In table A the student shall write the subjects they are going to take at host university, in the table B the subjects that they would have at SGGW. The responsible person at the sending institution is the Dean and she/he also signs the Learning Agreement. The contact person is coordinator from the IRO. Most of universities require an online application or an application by email.
NOTE: Most of hosting universities have their own Learning Agreement forms
In KU student writes the subjects obligatory for their department during the mobility semester. The Dean marks YES or NO for the subjects the student will have recognized or not after the mobility. In KP the subjects from hosting university are assigned to the subjects from SGGW. The basis of this assignation is the effect of the education, the subjects don’t have to be assigned one-to-one. The exchangeability should be at least on 50% + one subject.
NOTE: Every change in Learning Agreement requires creating a new KU and KP!
NOTE: Some of host universities may require additional application documents, such as Transcript of Records, CV, motivation letter, etc. The student is obliged to learn about the recruitment procedure at university their are applying for on their own.
International Relationship Office
POWER - international mobility of the disabled students and students in difficult financial situation
FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGY - dr Krystyna Oracz
FACULTY OF VETERINARY MEDICINE - dr Maciej Klockiewicz
FACULTY OF FORESTRY - dr Rafał Wojtan
FACULTY OF HORTICULTURE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY - dr Olga Kosakowska
FACULTY OF CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - dr Piotr Dąbrowski
FACULTY OF WOOD TECHNOLOGY - dr hab. Marcin Zbieć
FACULTY OF ANIMAL BREEDING, BIOENGINEERING AND CONSERVATION - dr Iwona Lasocka
FACULTY OF ECONOMICS - dr Agnieszka Parlińska
FACULTY OF HUMAN NUTRITION - dr Katarzyna Świąder
FACULTY OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY - dr Magdalena Wirkowska-Wojtyła
FACULTY OF SOCIOLOGY AND EDUCATION - dr Kateryna Novikova
FACULTY OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERING - dr inż. Magdalena Dąbrowska
FACULTY OF APPLIED INFORMATICS AND MATHEMATICS - dr Paweł Jankowski