Brak obsługi JavaScript

Państwa przeglądarka ma wyłączoną obsługę Java Scriptu bądź go nie obsługuje.

Część funkcjonalności serwisu nie będzie dla Państwa dostępna.

Zalecamy włączenie obsługi Java Scriptu bądź zainstalownie innej przegląrki np.: Fire Fox-a

Za utrudnienia przepraszamy.

interuv_frse The Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE) in Poland was established in 1993 in order to implement educational programmes related to education and training. FRSE has been involved in all programmes addressed to the higher education sector, such as Tempus, Erasmus (as part of Socrates and LLP), Erasmus Mundus. On the basis of appropriate decisions taken by the national authorities responsible for higher education FRSE acts as the national central office responsible for the implementation of the above mentioned programmes. Unit for Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Bologna Experts, established within FRSE to handle with higher education related issues, has capacities to undertake initiatives related to the enhancement and development of higher education sector.

interuv_austria The OeAD GmbH advises, promotes and supports international cooperation in education, science and research. The OeAD supports strategic development and accompany implementation measures, analyses international developments and works out appropriate recommendations and measures. The OeAD is the central service point for European and international mobility and cooperation programmes in education, science and research. As a full service provider takes care of the conception and carrying out of the programmes, coordinates the international higher education marketing and represents the education and research location Austria worldwide.

int_czechyThe Centre for International Services is a state-funded organization of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports in the Czech Republic (MEYS). The Centre fulfils the tasks related to the arrangements of educational and other liaisons according to the guidelines given by the MEYS. The Centre covers the following programmes and activities:
- National Agency for European Educational Programmes (responsible for the implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme and other educational programmes, such as Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, SCIEX, EEA/Norwegian Financial Mechanisms Programme or Euroguidance),
- Academic Information Agency,
- Aktion Czech Republic – Austria,
- Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies,
- European Schoolnet,
- Compatriots,
- Lectorates of the Czech language abroad,
- Studies of foreign nationals at Czech higher education institutions,
- Teachers of European Schools.

int_hiszpaniaThe Direction General for Higher Education Institutions is responsible for all the national and international policy affairs related to the Spanish higher education system. It is involved in the implementation of the European Higher Education Area in Spain, and therefore, at a national level this Direction General establishes the new laws for the design, the implementation and the quality assurance of new grade, master, and doctorate programmes; at the international level, at present its main objective is to promote the internationalization and modernization of the Spanish higher education institutions; thus, the management of the Erasmus Mundus Programme, as well as the recognition of foreign higher education degrees, included international joint degrees through the Spanish Naric centre, are also managed within the organizational framework of this Direction-General.

 int_estoniaThe Archimedes Foundation was established by the Estonian government in 1997 with the objective to coordinate and implement different international and national programmes and projects in the field of training, education, research, technological development and innovation. The Foundation participates actively in helping opening up the education and training systems to Estonia through European cooperation programmes and by creating conditions for participation trough accreditation and evaluation of higher education. The Foundation also contributes to the development of quality education and helps making lifelong learning opportunities more widely available to Estonian people.

int_finThe Centre for International Mobility (CIMO) is an organisation operating under the Finnish Ministry of Education. CIMO was established in 1991 and it operates under the Finnish Ministry of Education. CIMO administers scholarship and exchange programmes and is responsible for implementing nearly all EU education, training, culture and youth programmes at national level. To support internationalisation of educational and training institutions in Finland, CIMO offers training, information, advisory services and publications. CIMO also promotes and organises international trainee exchanges, advances teaching of Finnish language and culture in universities abroad and arranges summer courses in Finnish language and culture for international students.

int_frThe Europe-Education-Formation France agency is a public body under the authority of three ministries (Higher Education and Research; National Education, Youth and Community Life; Work, Employment and Health). The agency is the unique body in charge of implementing the European Lifelong Learning Programme in France as well as Erasmus Mundus and Tempus programmes. It manages nearly €90 million in grants for projects and mobility and has an operating budget of €6 million. The agency has 87 employees and is located in Bordeaux.

int_gr_newIn Greece, the National Structure responsible for the administration of the Erasmus Mundus programme is the Hellenic Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports and in particular, the Directorate for European Union – section B’ Programmes. The same department also acts as the National Authority for the Lifelong Learning Programme.

int_huThe Tempus Public Foundation (TPF) is a non-profit organization established by the Hungarian Ministry of Education and Culture in 1996 with the task of managing international and European cooperation programmes and special projects in the field of education, training or research and development. TPF is intensively involved in international activities either as an agency or as an applicant, and aims at encouraging foreign institutions to cooperate with Hungarian partners on the one hand, and to disseminate and valorize achievements on the other.

int_włThe Punto nazionale di contatto Erasmus Mundus (PNC) is managed by the Cimea - the Italian Enic/Naric centre - on behalf of the Italian Ministry for Education, Universities and Research. The PNC is the Italian National Structure for the implementation of the Erasmus Mundus Programme. Activities relating to joint programmes carried out by the PNC include:
- consulting Italian HEI in the management of the EM joint programmes,
- collecting and disseminating best practices for the management of joint programmes,
- disseminating the achievements of the EM Programme in terms of contributions to the development of the EHEA.
PNC was also an active partner of the JOIMAN Network.

int_lativiaFor almost 15 years now State Education Development Agency (VIAA) is working to promote the development of initial and further education in Latvia. Since the establishment of the Agency its fields of responsibility have been constantly growing and consolidating, and its activities have become more diverse. As of July 2009 VIAA has taken over the functions of the Education Innovation Fund (EIF), but as of 2010 – the functions of the Academic Programme Agency. Thereby its field of activity has significantly expanded, but it is precisely this diversity which helps to recognize and to comprehend the immense significance of the education system within socio-economic processes. VIAA, by becoming a one-stop-agency for services in initial and further education and science, delivers:
- cooperation Authority functions for administration of EU Structural Funds in the 2007-2013 planning period,
- implementation of the EU Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013 in Latvia,
- information on the Erasmus Mundus II (2009-2013) programme (EM National Structure) and Tempus IV (2007-2013) programme (Tempus National Contact Point),
- implementation of Bologna Experts National Team, Latvia, 2011-2013 project,
- administration of the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norway Financial Mechanism,
-  implementation of the Swiss Contribution grant schemes,
-  implementation of the Nordic Council of Ministers education and research programme „Nordplus Framework Programme”,
-  functions of the Latvian contact point for the European Language Label project,
-  cooperation with foreign institutions and international organizations in the selection of candidates for scholarships offered by foreign and international organizations in the field of education and science,
-  Latvian representation within the EU Information and Guidance network Euroguidance etc.

int_holNuffic is an independent, non-profit organization founded in 1952. Its activities are based on agreements with two Ministries  - Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – and on contracts with various international and private organizations. Nuffic promotes international cooperation and mobility in higher education. Since 2004 Nuffic has been appointed as NS by the Ministry of Education. The Department National Agency for Lifelong Learning manages the EU’s Erasmus scholarship programme and supports and promotes the Tempus and Erasmus Mundus programmes. The NA LLL is a partnership between the Nuffic, the European Platform for Dutch Education and Centre for Innovation in Vocational, Adult and Continuing Education (CINOP). Nuffic is the is the Agency’s lead partner.

int_norwThe Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) is a Norwegian public sector agency that promotes international cooperation in education and research. SIU is a knowledge- and service organisation with the mission of promoting and facilitating cooperation, standardisation, mobility, and the overcoming of cultural barriers to communication and exchange within the realm of education on an international level. The centre is charged with the important task of coordinating national measures according to official Norwegian policy within the field of internationalisation.
The centre is Norway’s official agency for international programmes and measures related to education. It is commissioned by several national and international public organisations to administer programmes within all levels of education. In addition to programme administration, SIU is responsible for promoting Norway as an education and research destination, as well as providing information and advisory services within the field of internationalisation in education.
SIU is funded through assignments from:
- The Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research (KD),
- The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (UD),
- The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad),
- The Nordic Council of Ministers,
- The Commission of the European Community,
-  Norwegian Directorate for Education and Training.

int_sloThe Slovak Academic Association for International Cooperation (SAAIC) was established in 1992 as a non-governmental, non-profit organisation. Its members are HEIs in Slovakia. Its objective is to support international cooperation of Slovak HEIs and other education institutions and promote their participation in European and international education, training and research programmes.
The main activities are:
-  building up an information system about European programmes (LLP, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Euroguidance, Eurydice) and international events and activities related to education and training,
-  providing information, consultancy and advisory services to potential applicants,
-  organizing national and international seminars and conferences, fairs and competitions in the area of education and training,
-  participating in national and transnational projects, surveys, analyses aimed at improving education and training systems.
SAAIC acts in close collaboration with the Ministry of Education, it is a member of ACA and in 2006 it received a quality certificate EN ISO 9001:2000.

int_ukThe British Council is incorporated by Royal Charter (registered at Companies House under no. RC000060) and registered as a charity under registration numbers 209131 (England and Wales) and SC037733 (Scotland). The British Council is the United Kingdom's international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations. This is achieved through its work in intercultural dialogue and creative and knowledge economy by drawing on expertise in five sectors: Arts, Education, Science, Governance and English.
The development of partnerships – at national, institutional and individual levels – is a central principle of the British Council’s work in higher education. The approach includes:
-  working both in the UK and overseas to promote the benefits of internationalisation in HE,
-  working in partnership with UK universities to support their internationalisation agendas,
-  delivering market information and intelligence to inform UK universities of international opportunities,
-  assisting countries in developing solutions appropriate to local circumstances and cultural contexts,
-  supporting activity at policy level, which advances the mutual understanding of global higher education challenges (for example student mobility, quality assurance and knowledge transfer).