Erasmus Policy Statement

Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna we Wrocławiu 


Wyższa Szkoła Humanistyczna (Wroclaw College of Humanisties) is a non-public school of Higher Education founded in response to the regions rising demand of vocational education and training. We have been participating in Erasmus programmes since over a decade, which gave us the possibility to develop into a modern, competitive and mobility-oriented institution. By participating in the Erasmus+ Programme 2021-2027, we may achieve our key goals in the internationalization and modernisation of the school by enhancing the attractiveness of higher Education in Poland as well as to the goal of building the European Education Area. The chance to offer our students and staff opportunities to take part in learning/professional experiences abroad, promote innovation and experience exchange, boost linguistic competences, create competitiveness on the labour market.

The results achieved during successfully promoting Learning mobility (Key Action 1) in the years 2014-2020, assures us to apply for the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027. It would enable us to pursue the following objectives:

  • improve the quality and relevance of teaching and training,
  • improve key competences and skills,
  • encourage cross-border cooperation to boost higher education performance,
  • attract a broader cross section of society into our institution,
  • strengthen cooperation between the world of education and training,
  • develop e-skills for the digital era,
  • improve foreign language competences and intercultural awareness,
  • promote a non-discrimination policy,
  • increase self-esteem, initiative and entrepreneurship,
  • raise awareness and understanding of other cultures and countries,
  • promote environmentally friendly practices,
  • valuing culture and art,
  • actively participate in society and develop a sense of European citizenship and identity,
  • develop international relations network and strengthen existing international cooperation,
  • increase the number of outgoing and incoming students as well as the outgoing and incoming staff.

By continuing to take part in Key Action 1 – Learning mobility: The Mobility of Higher Education Students and Staff, we will be able to fulfill the above mentioned objectives.  The Erasmus+ Programme allows us to work with peers in other countries to innovate and modernise teaching and training practice, ensuring that students get the skills they need to succeed in today’s world. It also contributes to the modernization and internationalization of our institution. Within the Erasmus Programme 2021-2027, we intend to increase the student and staff participation in mobility projects, contributing to the student and staff professional and self-development by gaining international experience.

In order to ensure high quality of activities we intend to continually and consistently:

  • use EU transparency and tools for recognition of skills and qualifications, such as the ECTS system and the diploma supplement,
  • apply transparent and consistent rules for participation and financing conditions,
  • maintain contact with students returning from international trips,
  • strengthen the role and support of an international student ambassador,
  • develop existing and establish new partnerships,
  • implement the European Student Card by 2021,
  • adopt and implement the Erasmus Without Paper initiative by 2023,
  • use digital mobility management tools, e.g OLA,  MobiliyTool, the Erasmus mobile App by 2023,
  • disseminate information, activities and results through printed materials, websites and social media,
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