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STUDENT AND STAFF MOBILITY ERASMUS +

Procedure for selection of applicants for the International mobility under Erasmus + programme


It is managed by the coordinator for Erasmus+ at UMG –Prof. Dr. Marinela Panayotova.
Erasmus+ Coordinator for UMG “St. Ivan Rilski”:
Prof. Dr. Marinela Panayotova
Faculty of Mining Technology, room 327
Phone: + 359 2 8060305
e-mail: marichim@mgu.bg, m_panayotova@mgu.bg

List of the partner Universities for academic exchange within Erasmus+ programme:

Technical University Madrid, Spain, Mining and Energy School – 2017;

Aksaray University, Turkey – 2015;

University of Petrosani, Romania – 2014;

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece – 2015;

University of Évora, Portugal – 2016;

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Croatia – 2016;

TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany – 2014;

Goce Delchev University in Shtip, Macedonia – 2016;

Mining University, Leoben, Austria – 2013;

Technical University, Lisbon, Portugal – 2013;

Universidad de Oviedo, Spain – 2013;

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Almaden, Spain – 2014.



New agreements for academic exchanges have been signed between the UMG “St. Ivan Rilski” and other foreign higher schools.:

Technical University Madrid, Spain, Mining and Energy School - 2017;

University of Aksaray, Turkey – 2015;

University of Petrosani, Romania – 2014;

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece – 2015;

University of Évora, Portugal – 2016;

University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering, Croatia – 2016;

TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany – 2014;

Goce Delchev University in Shtip, Macedonia – 2016;

Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Almaden, Spain – 2014.



List of the necessary application documents for student mobility under Erasmus+ Programme for students at UMG “St. Ivan Rilski”:

Application from;

CV;

Statement from the Faculty for the form of study and the course of studies;

University transcript of records;

Certificate for foreign language proficiency (if available).



Erasmus Policy Statement

 

University of Mining and Geology (UMG) is a public Bulgarian University accredited by the National Accreditation Agency with a high score. UMG educates at Bachelor, Master and PhD levels in all areas of providing non-energy and energy raw materials for the sustainable development of our society. We educate qualified professionals in the entire chain of the materials production: geology and mineralogy; geophysics and geoinformatics; modern open pit, underground and under-water mining; gas and oil production; processing of minerals and coal; metals extraction and all related specialties, such as geotechnical engineering, computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, automation, mine surveying, geodesy and underground construction, and economics.

We care for preserving our environment, therefore we have developed specialties like environmental engineering and biotechnology, hydrogeology, waste management, and RES.

We are committed to improving the quality and relevance of higher education in our area and preparing the graduates and researchers for Europe needs, thus further increasing the employability of our graduates and contributing to our country development.

We are convinced that good results are achieved only by strengthening the knowledge triangle. The university relations with the industry in our area are excellent thus leading to conducting students' traineeships in real working environment.

We support the EU Agenda for Higher Education. The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education is essential to the realization of our university plans, strategies and aspirations.

Effective internationalization of all aspects of the University’s activity is crucial to improve staff and students skills and experience, and Erasmus+ plays a key part in achieving these aims.

UMG applies a policy for a recognition of ERASMUS study periods abroad by flexible using of existing curricula and practical application of ECTS for all Bachelor and Master degree studies. The UMG is trying to support own students in developing their language skills and to facilitate the fast adaptation of ongoing and upcoming students to the corresponding teaching, research and cultural environment.

Mobility of academic staff plays an important role for the quality of education and research at the UMG.

Training of our administrative staff with the help of Erasmus+ is a tool for effective partnership management, support of co-operation projects and creation of an intercultural working environment at the UMG.

The selection of mobile participants and the award of grants are carried out in a fair, transparent and documented way by applying previously set evaluation criteria. Students and teachers with special needs are helped with appropriate services.

UMG has a number of mutually beneficial strategic partnerships. We monitor and evaluate our bilateral agreements with the aim to provide opportunities for the development of new programs and further development of the existing ones as well as ensure the sustainability of cooperation.

We are dedicated to widely disseminate and implement good practices developed under Erasmus+.

Participation in the Program contributes to our University aspirations to fulfill our objectives and tasks as public higher educational institution for the upcoming years.

The University of Mining and Geology has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the Erasmus+ program 2014-2021.

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