On behalf of the Community of Old Polish University in Kielce, we would like to invite you to participate in VII International Scientific Conference titled "THE IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION ON SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF COUNTRIES AND REGIONS - DECADE OF EXPERIENCE" which will be held October 10-11, 2014.
I hope that proposed subjects will meet Your interest and You will decide to participate and enrich planned deliberations.
Kielce School of Economics, Tourism and Social Sciences has been awarded the Extended Erasmus University Charter for the years 2007-2013.
The application deadline for the winter semester is July 10 every year and for the spring semester, is January 10 every year
Documents to download:
- WSETINS Erasmus Student Application Form
- WSETINS Learning Agreement
- WSETINS Transcript of records
- WSETINS Arrival Information
- The organization of Academic year 2012/2013
- Description of the scientific, educational and material care to support the mobility of domestic and foreign students, academics and administrative staff
Winter and Summer Semester Courses
ECONOMICS – TOURISM
LIST OF COURSES
Winter Semester (ECTS POINTS)
1. MARKET ANALYSIS (4)
2. ECONOMICS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION (5)
3. TOURIST ENTERPRISE KNOWLEDGE BASIS (3)
4. MICROECONOMICS (8)
5. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEVEL A1 (2)
6. ENGLISH LANGUAGE A2 (2)
7. GERMAN LANGUAGE (4)
8. SPANISH LANGUAGE (4)
9. POLISH LANGUAGE (Certificate)
1. MACROECONOMICS (6)
2. MANAGEMENT (6)
3. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF TOURIST ENTERPRICES (2)
4. INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (2)
5. FINANCE AND BANKING (3)
6. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEVEL A1 (2)
7. ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEVEL A2 (2)
8. GERMAN LANGUAGE (4)
9. SPANISH LANGUAGE (4)
10. POLISH LANGUAGE (Certificate)
THE ECTS SYSTEM
The System ECTS (the European Credit Transfer System) was introduced by a decision of the European Commission to promote a unified procedure for academic recognition of study periods performed abroad by home universities. The system introduces standards for assessment and comparison of study levels in various academic centres. The system enables also credit transfer between the universities.
ECTS credits are values allocated to certain course units with reference to certain study time cycle. The value involves all aspects of student workload per semester: participation in classes, self-study and passing examinations or other forms of assessment. A certain amount of credits describes a relation between the quantity of work required by each course and the total quantity of work required to complete a full academic year. The system assumes that 60 credits reflect the student's workload during the whole academic year and, consequently, one semester requires the student to obtain 30 credits.
Students in the System
Students participating in the system receive total credit amount for a defined and successfully accomplished period of study in a host academic centre abroad. Obtained credits can be transferred from the host university to the home university on the basis of previously accepted learning agreement, signed by both universities and the student. Upon the student's return, the system guarantees academic recognition of studies abroad. In this way students can continue their education without a loss of time or previously obtained credits.
Erasmus Coordinator Contact:
Director of International Programmes and Promotion
Kielce School of Economics Tourism and Social Sciences
Ponurego Piwnika st. 49
tel. +48413458588 / w. 106