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Erasmus

 

The Erasmus+ Programme is a European funding programme offering university students a possibility of studying or doing an internship abroad in another country for a period of at least 2 months and maximum 12 months per cycle of studies. One of the basic rights each exchange student has is the full recognition of courses passed successfully abroad by the home university.

Higher education students from after completing the 1st year of studies can benefit of the Erasmus+ studies and Erasmus+ placement programmes. There is no age limitation.

Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies has a wide range of courses taught in English and Spanish available for Polish and international students.

Contact person : Dariusz Woronko (dworonko@uw.edu.pl), phone: +48 (22) 55-20-635

 

Courses in English in Winter and Spring Semester 2017/18    
Winter Semester (Courses opened only for minimum 8 students at group)  
No. Course ID Course title Hours ECTS
1 1900-ERASMUS-BGIS Basis of GIS (ERASMUS) 30 6
2 1900-ERASMUS-CMC Contemporary migration challenges. Migration policies at the international, national and local level (ERASMUS) 15 3
3 1900-ERASMUS-DCA Developing Countries/Africa in the Global World (ERASMUS) 30 6
4 1900-ERASMUS-GIS Introduction to functionality and applications of Geographic Information Systems (ERASMUS) 45 9
5 1900-ERASMUS-GOW Geography of the World (ERASMUS) 45 9
6 1900-ERASMUS-GPW Global problems in the contemporary world (ERASMUS) 30 6
7 1900-ERASMUS-HGE Human Geography (ERASMUS) 30 6
8 1900-ERASMUS-HGP Human Geography of Poland (ERASMUS) 30 6
9 1900-ERASMUS-IER International Economic Relations: LDCs and Economies in Transition (ERASMUS) 30 6
10 1900-ERASMUS-LAM Latin America - Societies, Cultures, Politics (ERASMUS) 30 6
11 1900-ERASMUS-MCE Management of cold environments (ERASMUS) 30 6
12 1900-ERASMUS-NEP Natural environment of Poland (ERASMUS) 30 6
13 1900-ERASMUS-RSE Remote Sensing of Environment (ERASMUS) 45 9
14 1900-ERASMUS-SDV Sustainable development - between global and local perspectives (ERASMUS) 30 6
15 1900-ERASMUS-SHG Seminar in Human Geography (ERASMUS) 45 9
16 1900-ERASMUS-SPS Spatial planning and sustainable regional and local development (ERASMUS) 30 6
         
Spring Semester (Courses opened only for minimum 8 students at group)  
No. Course ID Course title Hours ECTS
1 1900-ERASMUS-BSE Baltic Sea environment and its protection (ERASMUS) 15 3
2 1900-ERASMUS-CCT Contemporary changes of tourism space 15 3
3 1900-ERASMUS-CCU Contemporary changes of urban space (ERASMUS) 15 3
4 1900-ERASMUS-CMS Contemporary migration - social and economic consequences (ERASMUS) 30 6
5 1900-ERASMUS-CSP Culture and spatial planning (ERASMUS) 15 3
6 1900-ERASMUS-FRS Field remote sensing data analysis 20 3
7 1900-ERASMUS-FSS From sustainable to smart city (ERASMUS) 15 3
8 1900-ERASMUS-GIS Introduction to functionality and applications of Geographic Information Systems (ERASMUS) 45 9
9 1900-ERASMUS-GOW Geography of the World (ERASMUS) 45 9
10 1900-ERASMUS-GPW Global problems in the contemporary world (ERASMUS) 30 6
11 1900-ERASMUS-HGP Human Geography of Poland (ERASMUS) 30 6
12 1900-ERASMUS-IAD Introduction to automatic database generalization (ERASMUS) 30 6
13 1900-ERASMUS-LEA Landscape of the Earth (ERASMUS) 15 3
14 1900-ERASMUS-NCT Nature, Culture, and Tourism in North America (ERASMUS) 15 3
15 1900-ERASMUS-NEP Natural environment of Poland (ERASMUS) 30 6
16 1900-ERASMUS-SHG Seminar in Human Geography (ERASMUS) 45 9
17 1900-ERASMUS-SWU Space - and place-making – ways of urban space creation (ERASMUS) 30 6
18 1900-ERASMUS-WBC Wetlands - biodiversity and change (ERASMUS) 15 3
19 1900-ERASMUS-WBC Wetlands - biodiversity and change (ERASMUS) 15 3