EXTENDED UNIVERSITY CHARTER
The European Commission hereby awards this Charter to:
GDAŃSKI UNIWERSYTET MEDYCZNY
The Institution has agreed to comply
with the following fundamental principles of Erasmus mobility:
- Mobility shall be carried out only within prior inter-institutional agreements;
- No university fees for tuition, registration, examinations, access to laboratory and library facilities are to be charged to in-coming Erasmus students;
- Full recognition shall be given to students for satisfactorily completed activities specified in the compulsory Learning Agreement and Training Agreement.
The Institution has also agreed:
- to ensure the highest quality in the organisation of student and staff mobility;
- to ensure that curriculum information is up to date, easily accessible and transparent and that an academic credit transfer system (ECTS or similar) gives transparency to the procedures;
- to ensure equal academic treatment and services to home and Erasmus students;
- to support the integration of incoming Erasmus students in the lnstitution’s activities;
- to provide incoming Erasmus students and their home Institutions with transcripts containing full, accurate and timely information at the end of their mobility period abroad;
- to ensure the highest quality in the organisation of student placements;
- to facilitate and acknowledge Erasmus teaching and training activities including those involving enterprises;
- to promote and give visibility to the activities supported by the Erasmus programme;
- to publicise this Charter and the related Erasmus Policy Statement of the Institution;
- to comply with the objectives on non-discrimination set out in the Lifelong Learning Programme.
This Charter entitles the Institution to apply
to its National Agency and to the European Commission
for grant support for Erasmus activities.
For the European Commission:
Brussels, August 2007
Director LIFELONG LEARNING:
Education and Training, Programmes and actions
Violation of this Charter may lead to its withdrawal by the European Commission.