University of Szczecin has been organizing international credit mobility within Erasmus+ programme since A.Y. 2015/2016 and 5 mobility projects has been completed so far. Rules of mobility implementation in these projects are available HERE

2015-1-PL01-KA107-016310

The 2015-1-PL01-KA107-016310 project was carried out in the frame of KA107 Erasmus+ Key Action 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals: partner countries and it has lasted for 26 months. The main objective of the project was to organize both incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility with partner HEIs from China, Georgia and Ukraine. There were 30 students mobilities, 11 staff mobilities for teaching and 7 staff mobilities for training completed (total number of mobilities: 48).
The main result of the project was to improve the quality and attractiveness of education provided by the HEIs engaged in the project. For the individual participants the result was also to acquire new competences and skills relevant for their personal and professional development. The project also had a positive impact on internationalization process of the participating HEIs.
The HEIs carrying out the project: University of Szczecin – project coordinator (Poland), Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (China), Ningbo University (China), Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia), Caucasus University (Georgia), National University of Food Technologies (Ukraine) oraz National Technical University ‘Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute’ (Ukraine).

2015-2-PL01-KA107-022766

The 2015-2-PL01-KA107-022766 project was carried out in the frame of KA107 Erasmus+ Key Action 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals: partner countries and it has lasted 18 months. The main objective of the project was to organize both incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility with partner HEI from Montenegro. There were 3 students mobilities, 6 staff mobilities for teaching and 2 staff mobilities for training completed (total number of mobilities: 11).
The main result of the project was to improve the quality and attractiveness of education provided by the HEIs engaged in the project. For the individual participants the result was also to acquire new competences and skills relevant for their personal and professional development. The project also had a positive impact on internationalization process of the participating HEIs.
The HEIs carrying out the project: University of Szczecin – project coordinator
(Poland) and University of Montenegro (Montenegro).

2016-1-PL01-KA107-025244

The 2016-1-PL01-KA107-025244 project was carried out in the frame of KA107 Erasmus+ Key Action 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals: partner countries and it has lasted for 26 months. The main objective of the project was to organize both incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility with partner HEIs from Indonesia, Argentina, Sri Lanka, Belarus, Georgia, Ukraine and Vietnam. There were 8 students mobilities, 14 staff mobilities for teaching and 6 staff mobilities for training completed (total number of mobilities: 28).
The mobilities within the project were conducted in the field of geosciences, economics and management, law, social sciences, humanities, mathematics and languages.
The main result of the project was to improve the quality and attractiveness of education provided by the HEIs engaged in the project. For the individual participants the result was also to acquire new competences and skills relevant for their personal and professional development. The project also had a positive impact on internationalization process of the participating HEIs.
The HEIs carrying out the project: University of Szczecin – project coordinator (Poland), Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (Indonesia), Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina), University of Kelaniya (Sri Lanka), Belarusian State University (Belarus), Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia), Caucasus University (Georgia), Grigol Robakidze University (Georgia), National Economics University (Vietnam), Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University (Ukraine), National University of Food Technologies (Ukraine) and National Technical University ‘Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute’ (Ukraine).

2017-1-PL01-KA107-037002

The 2017-1-PL01-KA107-037002 project was carried out in the frame of KA107 Erasmus+ Key Action 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals: partner countries and it has lasted for 26 months. The main objective of the project was to organize both incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility with partner HEIs from Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Belarus, Canada, China, Georgia, Indonesia, Montenegro, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Vietnam.
There were 28 students mobilities (25 incoming and 3 outgoing), 36 staff mobilities for teaching (16 incoming and 20 outgoing) and 20 staff mobilities for training (12 incoming and 8 outgoing) completed during the project. Total number of mobilities: 84.The mobilities within the project were conducted in the field of geosciences, economics and management, law, social sciencec, humanities, mathematics and languages.
The HEIs carrying out the project: University of Szczecin acting as project coordinator (Poland) and 21 Partner universities:
Albania: European University of Tirana,
Argentina: Universidad Nacional del Sur, Armenia:
Armenian National Agrarian University i Northern University,
Belarus: Belarusian State University,
Canada: Concordia University of Edmonton,
China: Ningbo University i Guangdong University of Foreign Studies,
Georgia: Shota Rustaveli State University, Grigol Robakidze University and Caucasus University,
Indonesia: Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember,
Montenegro: University of Montenegro,
Sri Lanka: University of Kelaniya,
Ukraine: Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, National University of Food Technologies, National Technical
University ‘Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute’, Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv National University of Trade and
Economics and V.N. Karazin Kharkiv University,
Vietnam: National Economics University and Foreign Trade University.

2018-1-PL01-KA107-048630

The 2018-1-PL01-KA107-048630 project was carried out in the frame of KA107 Erasmus+ Key Action 1. Learning Mobility of Individuals: partner countries and it has lasted for 26 months. The main objective of the project was to organize both incoming and outgoing student and staff mobility with partner HEIs from Albania, Armenia, Belarus, Canada, China, Georgia, Indonesia, Montenegro, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, Russia, Cambodia, Vietnamu and South Africa.
There were 16 incoming student mobilities, 29 staff mobilities for teaching (11 incoming and 18 outgoing) and 11 staff mobilities for training (9 incoming and 3 outgoing) completed during the project. Total number of mobilities: 56. Since March 2020 the project has been affected by Covid-19 pandemic and number of the mobilities has decreased in comparison to the previous years.
The mobilities within the project were conducted in the field of geosciences, economics and management, mathematics, biology, tourism and languages.
The main result of the project was to improve the quality and attractiveness of education provided by the HEIs engaged in the project. For the individual participants the result was also to acquire new competences and skills relevant for their personal and professional development. The project also had a positive impact on internationalization process of the participating HEIs.
The HEIs carrying out the project: University of Szczecin acting as project coordinator (Poland). Partner countries and universities:
Albania: European University of Tirana;
Armenia: Northern University;
Belarus: Belarusian State University,
Canada: Concordia University of Edmonton;
China: Ningbo University;
Georgia: Shota Rustaveli State University and Caucasus University;
Indonesia: Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember;
Montenegro: University of Montenegro;
Sri Lanka: University of Kelaniya;
Ukraine: Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, National University of Food Technologies, National Technical University ‘Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute’, Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics;
Vietnam: National Economics University;
Cambodia: National University of Management;
Russia: Omsk Dostoevsky State University, Kemerovo State University of Culture;
South Africa: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

International credit mobility at the University of Szczecin continues, information about current projects and rules of student and staff mobilities are published on our websites.