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Incoming non-academic staff: staff mobility for training (STT) at the US administrative units

2021/22

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the non-academic staff at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals in the academic year 2021/2022

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the non-academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) or at the recognised by competent authorities partner country university who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2021.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant administrative unit of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1st October 2021 and 30th September 2022.
  5. The application should be submitted via DreamApply system. The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the US hosting unit. Within 10 days their applications are forwarded to the hosting administrative units by the contact person in charge of staff mobility for training (STT) at the International Office (STT International Office officer). The hosting administrative unit contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution and the hosting administrative unit to their individual account in DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the STT International Office officer provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. Upon completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the Head of the hosting administrative unit. The hosting administrative unit is obliged to send the scanned copy of the Certificate to the e-mail address of the STT IO officer within 5 working days of the end date of the training. The STT International Relations Departament Officer uploads the scanned document to DreamApply.
  8. Due to the dynamically changing situation regarding Covid-19 individual mobility to International Office (job shadowing) will not be carried out in the academic year 2021/22 . However when the situation allows training staff event might be organised, which would be separately announced via web site and staffmobility.eu platform.

IN STT Admin Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-training-sample

IN STT Akad Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-training-template

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the non-academic staff at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2020/2021

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the non-academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2020.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant administrative unit of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1 st October 2020 and 30th September 2021.
  5. The application should be submitted via DreamApply system. The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the US hosting unit. Within 10 days their applications are forwarded to the hosting administrative units by the contact person in charge of staff mobility for training (STT) at the International Office (STT International Office officer). The hosting administrative unit contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution and the hosting administrative unit to their individual account in DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the STT International Office officer provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. Upon completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the Head of the hosting administrative unit. The hosting administrative unit is obliged to send the scanned copy of the Certificate to the e-mail address of the STT IO officer within 5 working days of the end date of the training. The STT IRO Officer uploads the scanned document to DreamApply.
  8. Due to the dynamically changing situation regarding Covid-19 individual mobility to International Office (job shadowing) will not be carried out in the academic year 2020/21 . However when the situation allows training staff event might be organised, which would be separately announced via web site and staffmobility.eu platform.

IN STT 2020_StaffMobilityAgreement_training_integr_202021 incomings

IN STT Admin Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-training-template

IN STT Admin Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-training-sample 202021

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the non-academic (administrative) staff at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2019/2020

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the non-academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2019.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant administrative unit of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1 st October 2019 and 30th September 2020.
  5. For mobilities starting after 1st February 2020 the application should be submitted via DreamApply system. The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the US hosting unit. Within 10 days their applications are forwarded to the hosting administrative units by the contact person in charge of staff mobility for training (STT) at the International Office (STT IRO officer). The hosting administrative unit contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution and the hosting administrative unit  to their individual account in DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the STT IRO officer provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. Upon completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the Head of the hosting administrative unit. The hosting administrative unit is obliged to send the scanned copy of the Certificate to the e-mail address of the STT IRO officer within 5 working days of the end date of the training. The STT IRO Officer uploads the scanned document to DreamApply.
  8. Heads of administrative units are obliged to send the scans of Certificates confirming training mobilities (STT) of the staff hosted between 01st October 2019 and 31st  January 2020 to the e-mail address of the IRO officer in charge of training mobilities (STT) within mobility projects in programme countries (KA103), no later than 29th  February 2020.

Certificate of Attendance staff mobility for training template

Incoming non academics Staff -Mobility -Agreement_training_integr 2019 template

Formal procedures for academic staff visiting US faculties and insitutes (teaching STA and training STT)

Incoming Staff: mobility for teaching (STA)

Formal procedures regarding a teaching mobility period (STA) at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals in the academic year 2021/2022

 

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for teaching (STA) is the academic staff employed at the partner university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) or at the recognised by competent authorities partner country university who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for teaching (STA) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2021.
  2. A teaching mobility period (STA) can only be carried out on the basis of a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty of the University of Szczecin. The agreement including staff mobility for teaching (STA) must be signed prior to the submission of the application.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for teaching (STA) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. The minimum number of teaching hours is 8 hours per week or any shorter period of stay. If the mobility lasts longer than one week, the minimum number of teaching hours for an incomplete week should be proportional to the duration of that week.
  5. Staff mobility for teaching (STA) can be carried out between 1st October 2021 and 30th September 2022.
  6. The application should be submitted via DreamApply system. By identifying their home institution the applying staff are referred to the valid inter-institutional agreements of the relevant faculty. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their teaching programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TEACHING (STA) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  7. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  8. After the completion of the teaching mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the relevant International Exchange Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.

IN STA Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-teaching-sample

IN STA Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-teaching-template

Incoming academic staff : Staff mobility for training (STT)

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the academic staff at the University of Szczecin faculties/institutes within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals in the academic year 2021/2022

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) or at the recognised by competent authorities partner country university who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2021.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the incoming staff does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty/institute of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1st October 2021 and 30th September 2022.
  5. The application should be submitted via DreamApply The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the relevant faculty/institute. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. After the completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the respective Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.

IN STT Admin Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-training-sample

IN STT Akad Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-training-template

Incoming Staff: mobility for teaching (STA) in 2020/2021

Formal procedures regarding a teaching mobility period (STA) at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2020/2021

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for teaching (STA) is the academic staff employed at the partner university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for teaching (STA) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2020.
  2. A teaching mobility period (STA) can only be carried out on the basis of a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty of the University of Szczecin. The agreement including staff mobility for teaching (STA) must be signed prior to the submission of the application.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for teaching (STA) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. The minimum number of teaching hours is 8 hours per week or any shorter period of stay. If the mobility lasts longer than one week, the minimum number of teaching hours for an incomplete week should be proportional to the duration of that week.
  5. Staff mobility for teaching (STA) can be carried out between 1st October 2020 and 30th September 2021.
  6. The application should be submitted via DreamApply system. By identifying their home institution the applying staff are referred to the valid inter-institutional agreements of the relevant faculty. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their teaching programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TEACHING (STA) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  7. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  8. After the completion of the teaching mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the relevant International Exchange Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.

IN STA Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-teaching-template 202021

IN STA in 2020_StaffMobilityAgreement_teaching incoming staff

IN STA Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-teaching-sample 202021

Incoming academic staff : Staff mobility for training (STT) at the US faculties and institutes in 2020/2021

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the academic staff at the University of Szczecin faculties/institutes within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2020/2021

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2020.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the incoming staff does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty/institute of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1st October 2020 and 30th September 2021.
  5. The application should be submitted via DreamApply system. The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the relevant faculty/institute. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. After the completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the respective Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.

IN STT 2020_StaffMobilityAgreement_training_integr_202021 incomings

IN STT Invitation-Letter-staff-mobility-for-training-sample 202021

IN STT Akad Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-training-template

Formal procedures for academic staff visiting US faculties and insitutes (teaching STA and training STT) in 2019/2020

Incoming staff: staff mobility for teaching (STA)

Formal procedures regarding a teaching mobility period (STA) at the University of Szczecin within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2019/2020

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for teaching (STA) is the academic staff employed at the partner university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for teaching (STA) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2019.
  2. A teaching mobility period (STA) can only be carried out on the basis of a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty of the University of Szczecin. The agreement including staff mobility for teaching (STA) must be signed prior to the submission of the application.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for teaching (STA) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. The minimum number of teaching hours is 8 hours per week or any shorter period of stay. If the mobility lasts longer than one week, the minimum number of teaching hours for an incomplete week should be proportional to the duration of that week.
  5. Staff mobility for teaching (STA) can be carried out between 1st October 2019 and 30th September 2020.
  6. For mobilities starting after 1st February 2020 the application should be submitted via DreamApply system. By identifying their home institution the applying staff are referred to the valid inter-institutional agreements of the relevant faculty. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their teaching programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TEACHING (STA) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  7. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  8. After the completion of the teaching mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the relevant International Exchange Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.
  9. The Coordinators are obliged to send the scans of Certificates confirming teaching mobilities (STA) carried out between 1st October 2019 and 31st January 2020 to the e-mail address of the IRO officer in charge of teaching mobilities (STA) within mobility projects in programme countries (KA103), no later than 29th February 2020.

 

Incoming-academics-Staff-Mobility-Agreement-teaching_integr_2019-template

Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-teaching-template 20192020

Incoming academic staff: staff mobility for training (STT) at the US faculties and institutes

Formal procedures regarding a training mobility period (STT) of the academic staff at the University of Szczecin faculties/institutes within Erasmus+, Key Action 1, Mobility of Individuals : Mobility between Programme Countries in the academic year 2019/2020

  1. The staff eligible for Erasmus+ staff mobility for training (STT) is the academic staff employed at the university in a programme country holding the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) who have met the selection criteria regarding staff mobility for training (STT) according to the rules set out by the home university and the Erasmus + Programme Guide 2019.
  2. A training mobility period (STT) of the does not require a valid inter-institutional agreement between the home HEI and the relevant faculty/institute of the University of Szczecin.
  3. The duration of Staff mobility for training (STT) is between 2 days and 2 months.
  4. Staff mobility for training (STT) can be carried out between 1st October 2019 and 30th September 2020.
  5. For mobilities starting after 1st February 2020 the application should be submitted via DreamApply system. The applying staff should identify the type of mobility (STT) and their home institution, as well as the relevant faculty/institute. Their applications are processed by the International Exchange Coordinators in charge of staff mobility. Within 10 days the relevant Coordinator contacts the applicant to agree the content of their training programme. To complete the application, the applicant uploads their MOBILITY AGREEMENT-STAFF MOBLITY FOR TRAINING (STT) approved by their home institution to their individual account in DreamApply. The application is accepted once the International Exchange Coordinator confirms the programme set out in the MOBILITY AGREEMENT has been approved. The applicant is informed by the Coordinator about the acceptance (or rejection) of their application through DreamApply.
  6. The obligation to complete the procedures necessary for obtaining a visa and insurance lies with the incoming staff. However, upon request, the relevant International Exchange Coordinator provides all the documents necessary for the visa procedure (eg. the Invitation Letter).
  7. After the completion of the training mobility, the incoming staff member receives a Certificate of Attendance signed by the respective Coordinator. The Coordinator is obliged to upload the scanned document to DreamApply.
  8. The Coordinators are obliged to send the scans of Certificates confirming training mobilities (STT) carried out between 1st October and 31st January to the e-mail address of the IRO officer in charge of training mobilities (STT) within mobility projects in programme countries (KA103), no later than 29th  February 2020.

 

Incoming-academics-Staff-Mobility-Agreement_training_integr-2019-template

Certificate-of-Attendance-staff-mobility-for-training- 201920 template

Faculty Coordinators in 2019/2020

Faculty of Health and Physical Education

Physical education and health: dr Anna Nowakowska
e-mail: anna.nowakowska@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Economics, Finance and Management

  1. Economics and finance: dr hab. Agnieszka Majewska, prof US
    e-mail: agnieszka.majewska@usz.edu.pl
  2. Management and quality: dr hab. Jarosław Korpysa, prof. US
    e-mail: jaroslaw.korpysa@usz.edu.pl
  3. Socio-economic geography and spatial management (tourism): dr Leszek Gracz
    e-mail: leszek.gracz@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Humanities

  1. German, Norwegian, Russian studies: dr Małgorzata Osiewicz-Maternowska
    e-mail: malgorzata.osiewicz@usz.edu.pl
  2. English, Spanish, Polish, French, Italian studies, global communication, journalism: dr Małgorzata Sokół
    e-mail: malgorzata.sokol@usz.edu.pl
  3. Archeology, history, philosophy: dr hab. Pierre-Frederic Weber, prof. US
    e-mail: pierre.weber@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Law and Administration

Faculty Coordinator: dr hab. Krystyna Nizioł, prof. US
e-mail: krystyna.niziol@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Physical, Mathematics and Natural Sciences

  1. Biology: dr hab. Paulina Niedźwiedzka-Rystwej, prof. US
    e-mail: paulina.niedzwiedzka-rystwej@usz.edu.pl
  2. Physics, mathematics: dr Jekatierina Sklyar
    e-mail: jekatierina.sklyar@usz.edu.pl
  3. Geography, geology, oceanology: dr Krystyna Osadczuk
    e-mail: krystyna.osadczuk@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Social Sciences

  1. Political science and administration: dr Mateusz Smolaga
    e-mail: mateusz.smolaga@usz.edu.pl
  2. Pedagogy, psychology, sociology: dr Kalina Kukiełko-Rogozińska
    e-mail: kalina.rogozinska@usz.edu.pl

Faculty of Theology

Theology: ks. dr hab Cezary Korzec, prof. US
e-mail: cezary.korzec@usz.edu.pl

Doctoral School

dr hab. Jarosław Korpysa, prof. US
e-mail: jaroslaw.korpysa@usz.edu.pl

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