The Medical University of Warsaw is a truly European University, were the education is based on European and international educational standards.
The international cooperation is one of the most important elements of the university’s educational strategy.
The University participates in many international programs providing the exchange of students and academic teachers, as well as in the scientific and research programs.
The Medical University of Warsaw has established successful cooperation with 115 European universities within the Erasmus+ programme and with 8 central European institutions within the CEEPUS programme.
Participation in this programs enables the students gaining new European experience with the international scientific community, which no doubt will play a significant role in their professional practice.
The University participates in MEDINE – Thematic Network on Medical Education in Europe which addresses educational, institutional and quality issues in European medical education, DIETS2 Thematic Network for Dietetics, and in the DentEd III Thematic Network project which aims to further harmonization of dental education in Europe.
Understanding the challenges initiated by the Lisbon Convention and the Bologna Declaration on the main role of education and research in Europe, the University’s objective is the implementation of its main principles.
European and international mobility
At the Medical University of Warsaw the European and international mobility is implemented and organized by the International Relations Office supervised by its Head and the Deputy Rector for International Relations, Development and Promotion.
IRO is dealing with the incoming and outgoing students (studies and traineeships), and with the teaching and administrative staff mobility (both outgoing and incoming).
IRO is responsible for the organization and monitoring of students and staff before and after their mobility (assistance with the preparation of the Applications, Learning/Training Agreements, accommodation and mobility recognition).
For the needs of the Erasmus programme the Institutional Coordinator, as well as the Departmental Coordinators were nominated and they constitute an Institutional Committee which is responsible for a fair, transparent, coherent and documented way of the selection of students and staff, acceptance of Learning and Training Agreements and Recognition of students' mobility activities upon their Transcript of Records.
International Relations Office
61, Żwirki i Wigury Str.
02-091 Warsaw, Poland