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Academic Teachers

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Faculty mobility plays a crucial role in developing a European dimension among universities in Europe. The Erasmus programme offers various activities addressed directly or indirectly to university teaching staff.
These activities include:

  • Teaching periods abroad at one of partner universities in EU countries
  • Participation in transnational projects
  • Preparing and then conducting preparatory courses for students taking part in the Erasmus programme or conducting intensive courses prepared by an international group of lecturers and professionals for international students (in the form of summer or winter schools concerning a particular discipline)
  • Participation in preparatory visits aimed at gaining new partners  under the Erasmus programme.


The University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszów would like to invite lecturers who are interested in Erasmus mobility to give lectures, share knowledge and experience with our students and  academic staff.


The list of courses that will be conducted at our University in the up-coming semester can be found HERE


All invited Erasmus beneficiaries can co-participate with the UITM academic teachers only within the framework of courses available in each semester or similar subject area!

Each teacher interested in the Erasmus mobility programme should meet the following requirements:

  • agree on topics of lectures and dates of arrival and departure,
  • prepare minimum 5 hours of lectures to be given during a visit,
  • prepare Individual Teaching Programme (ITP).


All details must be agreed and accepted by three parties (teacher, UITM and partner university) before a teacher’s arrival.
The Individual Teaching Programme (ITP), duly signed and stamped by university authorities, should be faxed or e-mailed to Mrs Marta Sikorska – Rokita (Erasmus Programme Coordinator at UITM).

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Erasmus Programme LLP.
This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.