On the 6th December 2019
Irene Tovar Hernández from University of Extremadura was a host of Faculty of Physics and Astronomy. During her visit Irene gave the talk entitled: Tracking the solar activity from the University of Extremadura
It is worth to remind that Irene studied at our faculty in academic year 2017/18 within Erasmus+ Programme.
Faculty of Physics and Astronomy at Zielona Góra University is a very good choice for studies within Erasmus+ Programme. The Faculty is granted category A by the decision of the Committee for Evaluation of Scientific Units.
It offers a vast selection of courses in Physics for the first, second and third degree students. The courses addressed to foregin students are conducted in English. More detailed information on the studies program proposed by the faculty is avaible here.
The faculty of Physics and Astronomy collaborates with seven partner universities within KA103 programme and three partner universities within KA107 programme. The complete list of our Erasmus+ partners can be found here.
Erasmus+ incoming students are obliged to send to the Department of International Cooperation the following documents:
- An on-line Application Form
- Learning Agreement for Studies. The Learning Agreement should be signed by the student and a representative of the sending university.
- Photo, should attached to on-line application,
- Bank Account Details.
For more detailed description of the application procedure for incoming students see http://www.erasmus.uz.zgora.pl/incoming-students/
General information on Erasmus+ Programme at University of Zielona Góra you can find at the address: http://www.erasmus.uz.zgora.pl/