Bilateral Agreements and Exchange Programs

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BILATERAL AGREEMENTS


If you wish to study at AMU as an exchange student, you must be enrolled at a higher education institution.

You can choose your courses from the Course Offer for Exchange Students 
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  • Exchanges students come to AMU through an institutional exchange agreement: an international exchange programme (e.g. Erasmus) and other bilateral agreements.
  • All exchange students are offered AMU-PIE courses during their studies at AMU.
  • We would advise you to contact your own educational institution to find out about the possibilities of studying at AMU as an exchange student.

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Bilateral exchange

Bilateral exchange is based on bilateral cooperation agreements between AMU and foreign higher education institutions. These agreements enable the exchange of students and staff.EU, UK & USA: Marta Dajczak, marta.dajczak@amu.edu.pl ----------------------------------------------- non-EU: Kostiantyn Mazur, kostiantyn.mazur@amu.edu.pl
  • 338bilateral agreements
  • 110partner universities in EU
  • 228partner universities in non-EU countries

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GUEST STUDENTS AND FREE MOVERS

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BASED ON GOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS

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ADMISSION  FOR  EXCHANGE  STUDENTS


STEP BY STEP

  • Step 1: register on-line

    In order to apply on-line, please visit: incoming.amu.edu.pl and follow the instructions provided. While registering in the system, please indicate the type of exchange you are applying for.

  • Step 2: submit your application and documents online

    All the documents and the application (available for registered users) should be uploaded online via incoming.amu.edu.pl

  • Step 3: pre-admission decision (ONLY for free-movers and free-based students)

    The decision of pre-acceptance is issued upon submitting all required documents online. Pre-acceptance letter will include bank transfer details that the tuition fee should be transferred to.

  • Step 4: make payment of the tuition (ONLY for free-movers and free-based students)

    The tuition fee should be transferred to AMU bank account indicated in the pre-acceptance letter and the proof of payment should be sent to International Office. Emails addresses will be included in the preacceptance letter.

  • Step 5: provide nomination letter
    If you are an exchange student on the basis of a bilateral agreement or any other agreement or fund, please provide the International Office with this document via e-mail.
  • Step 6: admission decision

    The final decision of admission is issued after sending proof of payment to the International Office via email (in case of free-movers and fee-based students). The decision of admission is issued within 14 working days after receiving the proof of payment.

  • Step 7: provide your course selection

    Upon receiving your admission letter, please contact the International Ofiice in order to provide them with the names of the AMU-PIE courses you chose to study at AMU together with a written consent of your home University. Your home University should agree for the selection of AMU-PIE courses you made and set the minimum number of ECTS points.

  • Step 8: upload your photo for student ID

    After receiving the admission decision, your application online will be acceptance and you will then have a chance to upload a photo for students ID.