Erasmus university charter

The Erasmus University Charter provides the general framework for the European cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within the Erasmus programme. In 2007 Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna in Łódź was awarded a charter extended which allows the student mobility for studies and placements, teacher mobility and staff mobility as well as participation in European projects such as the Intensive Programmes.

Akademia Humanistyczno-Ekonomiczna w Łodzi has agreed to comply with the following fundamental principles of Erasmus mobility:

  • Mobility shall be carried out only within prior inter-institutional agreements;
  • No university fees for tuition, registration, examinations, access to laboratory and library facilities are to be charged to in-coming Erasmus students;
  • Full recognition shall be given to students for satisfactorily completed activities specified in the compulsory Learning Agreement and Training Agreement

The Institution has also agreed:

  • to ensure the highest quality in the organization of students and staff mobility;
  • to ensure that curriculum information is up to date, easily accessible and transparent and that an academic credit system (ECTS or similar) given transparency to the procedures;
  • to ensure equal academic treatment and services to home and Erasmus students;
  • to support the integration of incoming Erasmus students in the Institution’s activities;
  • to provide incoming Erasmus students and their home Institutions with transcripts containing full, accurate and timely information at the end of their mobility period abroad;
  • to ensure the highest quality in the organization of student’s placements;
  • to facilitate and acknowledge Erasmus teaching and training activities including those involving enterprises;
  • to promote and give visibility to the activities supported by the Erasmus programme;
  • to publicise this Charter and related Erasmus Policy Statement of the Institution;
  • to comply with the objectives on non-discrimination set out in the Lifelong learning Programme.

This Charter entitles the Institution to apply to its National Agency and to the European Commission for grant support for Erasmus activities.