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The International Cooperation Section is responsible for:

  1. supporting activities related to initiating and coordinating international cooperation of the Jagiellonian University with universities and research institutions at the university level;
  2. preparing bilateral agreements on scientific cooperation realised at the university level;
  3. providing support to JU units that want to make cooperation agreements on faculty and institute level;
  4. coordinating the JU's participation in IRUN;
  5. organising trainings and meetings for international relations officers from partner universities;
  6. editing the IRO's periodical Newsletter;
  7. database of all the JU's bilateral agreements with international universities and research institutions;
  8. coordinating exchange within bilateral agreements at the university level and providing administrative-financial assistance to JU staff, PhD candidate and students;
  9. administering the Rector's Committee for Bilateral Grants for Students and PhD Candidates;
  10. coordinating and administering The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (SYLFF) and the Jagiellonian University SYLFF Steering Committee;
  11. administrative-financial assistance to holders of the Lew Sapieha Award and the Iwan Wyhowski Award (academic staff and PhD candidates from Belarus and Ukraine) as well as the JU's grant-holders of The Króliczewski Educational Fund;
  12. administrative assistance to JU's candidates for governmental scholarships offered by the Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange;
  13. coordinating posts for Polish language teachers within governmental agreements;
  14. coordinating and registering ERASMUS+ agreements (KA1 Mobility for learners and staff) and administrative-financial assistance to staff mobility, in particular:
    1. collaboration with the Erasmus+ co-ordinators,
    2. recruitment for JU staff mobility,
    3. providing information and assistance to participating staff,
    4. reports on staff mobility,
    5. organizing/co-organizing Erasmus Staff Training Weeks at the UJ,
  1. collaborating with JU units concerning rankings, internationalisation and international cooperation;
  2. collaborating with JU units concerning the realization of bilateral exchange of  students/PhD candidates at the university level;
  3. websites of IRO, SYLFF and IRUN;
  4. IRO's distribution list (information about various grants, summer schools, conferences and scientific events);
  5. reporting on international co-operation.

The Administration and Finances Section is responsible for:

  1. providing administrative-financial assistance to JU staff, PhD candidates and students qualified for international mobility, in particular:
    • mobility application forms and their verification,
    • mobility procedures and settlement of advance payments,
    • information on the rules of calculation of expenditures on mobility,
    • mobility database,
    • collaboration with the JU Bursar's units and Personnel Department,
    • international insurance for staff, PhD candidates and students,
    • financial assistance to mobility within Erasmus+,
  1. coordinating the collaboration with travel agencies;
  2. tender call notices for the booking of air, train and bus tickets;
  3. collaboration with the airlines.