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Professor Sławomir Mozdzioch
Centre for Late Antique and Early Medieval Studies
Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Wrocław, Poland
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IAE PAN guarantees to outgoing students signing an Learning Agreement, prepared in cooperation with the foreign partner, as well as agreement between AIE PAN and outgoing student and recognition of results, experiences and qualifications gained abroad. IAE PAN guarantees to stay in contact with the trainee and host institution, along with current evaluation on the program (monthly reports, evaluation questionnaires), to obtain from the host institution an evaluation of the degree of accomplishment of practice program in form of a final report and provision of references in form of a Certificate Company document and oblige trainees to provide a final report evaluating the degree of accomplishment of the program, the host institution.
Mobility of teaching and administrative staff as well as students will be encouraged also other IAE PAN activities: summer schools, conferences, roundtables, seminars and other. All events organised in the framework in IAE PAN activities shall always involve ERASMUS guests. This will increase the academic quality of the mobility allowing the visiting scientists to share the benefits and the outcomes of these IAEPAN academic events. IAE PAN guarantees access to information about the possibilities of going abroad and coming to Institute; transparent sending candidates abroad to give lectures, inviting candidates to lecture at the Institute; taking criteria of teacher mobility as part of the academic career into account.

Incoming student has the same rights as students in the doctoral program at the Institute. For each student is assigned a personal tutor. The student’s planned academic activities are decided in collaboration with his/her home institution. A specialized staff at the Institute will help in finding suitable accommodation for the period of student’s stay in the Institute, and will extend help in everyday matters, if necessary. Accomodation in the guest rooms of the Institute is available, too. For the outgoing students the decision concerning participation in the Erasmus Programme is taken in cooperation with the interested student and his/her supervisor. They plan the academic side of this visit on-line with the student’s individual programme.

If there is such demand, the lectures, seminars and other activities are held in English or German. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology will ensure possibility to participate in language courses, provision of integration of lectures of incoming academic staff in the institution’s programme. Incoming students will have possibility of linguistic consultations and support given by lecturers. We will inform mobility participants about all the necessary language or cultural matters.

The Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IAE PAN) is the only centre in Poland integrating a wide range of formerly isolated disciplines:prehistoric and medieval archaeology, classical archaeology, ethnology, as well as the history of medieval and modern material culture. It is a research institution boasting vast resources of documentation and archaeological material, which together with its specialised environmental and technical laboratories, provide an excellent basis for up-to-date archaeological, ethnological and historical investigations. A part of Institute’s scientific mission is offering III degree education, which has the advantage of integrating doctoral students with outstanding scientists. In all research centers of the Institute there is designated person to care for doctoral students. The Institute will actively promote Erasmus activities through its web site as well as in the form of e-mails to students and staff.

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences is offering III degree education. The credit structure of doctoral degrees is in Poland not officially defined. Regulation of the MINISTER OF SCIENCE AND HIGHER EDUCATION of 1st. September, 2011 specifies the number of credits for the course of doctoral studies at 45-60. Institute will implement the directives of the Declaration of Bologna, caring about improving the quality and making its educational offer international. Students learning outcomes, as well as their verification will be determined individually for each student under an agreement between the host institution and the home institution and the outgoing or incoming doctoral student. The credit structure of doctoral degrees however, will be developed in Institute over the next year.
www. iaepan.edu.pl/erasmus/credit system (in construction)

The description of the PhD course of Archaeology of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology is provided online in the Course Catalogue in Polish and English. Our PhD programme is designed especially for the students who wish to expand knowledge of current trends in theory and methodology, as well as new disciplines that are presently used in archaeological research. The course should be completed with the writing of the dissertation.

The approval and monitoring of inter-institutional agreements for study and teaching mobility is based on an internal information and approval system supervised and directed by teaching staff members. The inter-institutional agreements for research and teaching mobility must be approved by the directors of the Institute. The Coordinator is responsible for creating and maintaining contact with the representative of the host institution, including obtaining information about the courses available. The Coordinator is responsible for advertising the exchange links to students in the subject area and for making the selection of students, ensuring that students have sufficient language skills and information to assist them in making suitable choices at the host university. The content of the traineeship abroad should be previously agreed on with the programme manager of doctoral studies.The Coordinator is also responsible for considering applications from incoming students.

The goal is for participants to have the linguistic level sufficient to gain the maximum advantage of their stay abroad. The languages that are considered required for participants are English, French, German , depending on the destination country or language required by any institution or enterprise. For countries that do not have an official language of the four, is considered English as a compulsory language.The minimum level required in these four languages will be: B1 . The Institute enable students to improve their language skills (through on-line tools or any other type of support) to achieve the required minimum level at the start of the mobility abroad (level to be specified and agreed on in the learning agreement).


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