European University

Charter (EUC):

84209-IC-1-2007-1-PL-ERASMUS-EUCX-1

 

University Code:

PL RZESZOW03

 

Type:

EXTENDED  for period:  2007 - 2013

Areas of interests

 

The University of Information Technology and Management conducts scientific and research activity i.a. by developing and realizing research and educational projects financed from national and international institutions i.a. EU Structural Funds and Educational Programmes. Using its HR potential and infrastructure, UITM also wins many grants serving the region's social and economic development.

 

To facilitate the procedure of preparing, winning, managing and settling projects, the following consultative units have been formed at UITM:

  • the Project Team concerned with i.a.:
    • funds and programmes analysis;
    • informing employees about financing sources;
    • consultative and advisory aid as to the choice of potential financing programmes and concerning the very preparation of application form

 

  • and the Project Settlement Section in the Bursary, dealing i.a. with:
    • aid in preparing project schedule and budget;
    • monitoring project realisation in accordance with the budget and schedule;
    • periodic and final settlements in accordance with the donator's requirements.

 

We are very much interested in extending  international cooperation with other European universities in all fields of study covered by our degree programmes:

 

  • Economics
  • Information Technology (Computer Science)
  • Aviation Management
  • Internal Security
  • Logistics
  • Tourism and Recreation (Hospitality Management)
  • Journalism and Public Relations
  • Public Administration

 

 




We look for partners interested in carrying out

 

transnational projects!!!

 



 


Contact:
International Relations Department
University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow
Ul. Sucharskiego 2
35-225 Rzeszow
POLAND

Phone: +48 17 866 12 24
Fax: +48 17 866 13 12  or  +48 17 866 12 12
e-mail: ird@wsiz.rzeszow.pl

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission under Erasmus Programme LLP.
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