Erasmus+

 

 

Erasmus+ 2018
 
Višja strokovna šola Postojna je uspešno kandidirala na razpisu Erasmus+ za leto 2018
To nam omogoča, da lahko še naprej študentom omogočimo in finančno podpremo izvajanje obvezne prakse v tujini, pa tudi zaposlenim, da svoje znanje predstavijo na drugih institucijah ali se na ta način usposabljajo.
 
Pridobili smo:
3 mobilnosti za izvedbo študentske prakse;
2 mobilnosti za poučevanje osebja;
4 mobilnosti za usposabljanje osebja.
 
Vse podatke vključno s prijavnicami najdete na spodnjih povezavah. 
Rok za oddajo prijavnic je 14. 11. 2018
 
Za vprašanja se obrnite na slavko.bozic3@gmail.com
 
Izpolnite spodnje priloge in jih oddajte v referat šole.
  1.    Več o tem (celoten razpis)
  2.     Prijavnica za študente
  3.     Prijavnica za zaposlene
 
Mag. Slavko Božič, Erasmus+ koordinator
 
Cilji tovrstne mobilnosti so:

• pomagati študentom in zaposlenim, da se prilagodijo zahtevam na evropskem trgu dela;
• pomagati študentom in zaposlenim, da razvijejo določene spretnosti, vključno z jezikovnimi spretnostmi in izboljšajo razumevanje ekonomske in socialne kulture določene države v kontekstu pridobivanja delovnih izkušenj;
• spodbujanje sodelovanja med visokošolskimi izobraževalnimi institucijami in podjetji;
• prispevati k razvoju kroga dobro izobraženih, odprto mislečih in mednarodno izkušenih mladih ljudi v bodoče strokovnjake.

 

Več o ERASMUS MOBILNOSTI si preberite na spletni strani: http://www.cmepius.si/

 

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Po porabi sredstev za lastne projekte mobilnosti, lahko študenti in osebje pridobijo sredstva za mobilnost preko konzorcija za mobilnost, katerega član smo in deluje pod okriljem Skupnosti VSŠ.

Razpisa za sofinanciranje mobilnosti za osebje in študente sta objavljena na spletni strani Skupnosti VSŠ:

http://www.skupnost-vss.si/dejavnosti/mednarodne-dejavnosti/konzorcij-za-mobilnost/

Na omenjeni spletni strani je objavljena tudi razpisna dokumentacija in informacija o razpoložljivosti sredstev za mobilnosti.

Na razpis se prijavite pri Erasmus+ koordinatorju na šoli. 

 



Erasmus Policy Statement of Higher Vocational College Postojna


Higher Vocational College Postojna has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the Erasmus+ programme 2014-2020.
The Erasmus Policy Statement sets out our institutional strategy in relation to the Charter. Higher Vocational College Postojna supports the EU Modernisation and Internationalisation Agenda for Higher Education, and the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education is integral to the realisation of our institutional plans, strategies and aspirations. We believe that higher education is a power for good and makes a significant economic, intellectual and cultural contribution to the world. 
By signing this Charter, Higher Vocational College Postojna undertakes to contribute to the European Union's modernisation and internationalisation agenda in higher education, which includes 5 priorities:
1 - Increasing attainment levels to provide the graduates and researchers Europe needs
2 - Improving the quality and relevance of higher education Page 2 of 17 Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020 Annotated Guidelines
3 - Strengthening quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation
4 - Linking higher education, research and business for excellence and regional development
5 - Improving governance and funding

1. Increasing attainment levels to provide the graduates and researchers Europe needs
We believe that education is not just the privilege of elites, and that a diverse student and staff body makes the school stronger. We intend to continue the successful activities in terms of staff and student exchanges, visiting lecturers and invited staff from enterprises. The graduates are well qualified to respond quickly to changing market conditions and set up their own businesses  thus contributing to the local, regional and national development.

2. Improving the quality and relevance of higher education
With Erasmus+ programme we want to enrich teaching and enhance the student experience. We will actively promote the personal and professional development benefits of international mobility among students and the staff, and highlight to prospective employers the transferable skills and competences typically associated with this experience, such as cross-cultural communication and language skills.

3. Strengthening quality through mobility and cross-border collaboration
We believe that we improve and grow stronger by listening to, and learning from others. Working with our partners in participating and non-participating countries, we will expand our knowledge and experience of other education systems and qualifications to facilitate admission, progression, recognition, exchange and co-operation in programme development. We constantly look for new contacts and partnerships, focusing on the similarities of courses content in order to ensure their recognition in curriculum. An approval process ensures that a student’s course choices are acceptable for recognition and progression. All placement opportunities are evaluated, including the work programme and learning opportunities, accommodation, travel, health policies and the working environment.

4. Making the knowledge triangle work
We work in partnership with business and industry, including regional associations, to exploit our intellectual capital and create a highly-skilled workforce. Working with industry translates research into innovations that shape our world, tackling global challenges and transforming lives.  We will develop our research collaboration with industry and the public sector, and will seek to increase opportunities for integration of industrial experience into degree programmes. The objectives of our institution’s participation in the Erasmus mobility activities are to exchange knowledge, skills, experiences, acquire new competences and come to know new cultures. We strive for optimal integration of high-quality education and training into tertiary education and training, comparable to international levels. We are well aware of the importance of economic success of a country and hence the priority of educational institutions to enhance partnerships between education and training institutions and the broader society.

5. Improving governance and funding
Our priority will be investment in the academic mission and strategic vision of the higher educational system.
In regard to mobility we are committed to extend the range and nature of the opportunities we can offer to our students, as integral or optional credit mobility components. This will include work placements in participating countries. 

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Mobility of students and academic staff is a priority for effective partnership relationship management, support of co-operation projects, professional training, teaching delivery and programme development. In all our international activities we recognise the importance of regular monitoring and evaluation, as well as benchmarking, in order to inform and influence our future practice, policy and strategy.
 
We expect to focus primarily on the development of selected existing partnerships and to extend their scope so that they contribute to achieving the objectives of the EU Modernisation Agenda for Higher Education, for example, by developing relationships with other key stakeholders and/or cross-sector co-operation.  In order to realise these objectives we will engage in more strategic and sustainable relationships based on deeper mutual understanding of our capabilities, capacity and priorities. We will seek to develop further, in co-operation with HEIs in participating countries, our contribution to capacity-building for higher education in post-conflict Partner countries.

Head of Higher Vocational College Postojna:
Nada Vadnov


 

 

 

 

 
 







 



 

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