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ECTS - archive

Interuniversity collaboration contributes to improving the quality of education at international level. Both students and higher education institutions benefit from it. Student mobility, being a main component of Socrates/Erasmus programme, clearly proves that studying abroad may be recognised as a powerful means to build bridges between various countries by learning about their national heritage, exchanging ideas and experience as well as promoting mutual understanding. It is also worth mentioning here that it is a factor playing a significant role in students' professional career. 
The international co-operation requires recognition of diplomas and studies completed abroad. 
In the future it will lead to creation of an Open European area of education making free flows be-tween the countries possible. Both students and teachers will benefit from it. ECTS, being initially only a pilot scheme, has been developed in order to promote this collaboration. It also makes it possible to recognise objectively the student's workload and their evaluation. The widespread use of ECTS will contribute to the development of the European dimension in the institutions of higher education both in EU countries and its prospective members.
ECTS is a transparent instrument to widen the links between the higher education institutions and extend the educational offer available for the student. Using its clear system of credits and grades, which are internationally understood measurements of students' workload, and also providing information on national educational system become indispensable elements to achieve the strategic goals. Thus the three components of the co-operation: information on academic curricula and student results, mutual agreement between the partner universities and the student, and the use of ECTS credits to interpret the students' workload, make understanding national systems of education possible and the recognition of studies easier.
This Guide has been designed to help our partners and the potential exchange students to understand better the system of education existing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow and encourage them to start or extend collaboration.

 

 


 

Introduction
- Reformed System of Education in Poland
- Cracow
- Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow
- Addresses, Authorities of Academy, ECTS Co-ordinator
- Excerpt from the history
- Structure
- Forms and areas of study, specialities and specialisations
- Admission to MA studies
- Academic year
- Awarding credits, examinations, grading scale
- Diploma work and examination
- Students' rights and duties
- Copyright to the course and diploma works
- Institutional co-operation and research
- International co-operation
- Information for foreign students
- Foreign students admission
- Conditions of admission of foreigners to artistic training
- Conditions of admission of foreigners to the postgraduate artistic training
- Legalisation of foreign students' stay in Poland
- Health service and insurance of foreign students
- Accommodation and subsistence
- Transport
- Inter-Faculty Department of Art History and Art Theory
- List of courses
- Description of courses
- Foreign Languages Unit
- List of courses
- Description of courses


ects_001-030.pdf

Faculty of Painting
- Traditions, Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_030-058.pdf

Faculty of Sculpture
- Traditions, Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_059-074.pdf

Faculty of Graphic Arts
- Traditions
- Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_075-102.pdf

Faculty of Interior Design
- Traditions, Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_103-122.pdf

Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art
- Traditions, Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_123-146.pdf

Faculty of Industrial Design
- Traditions, Structure and Faculty
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_147-170.pdf

Evening Undergraduate Studies
- List of courses
- Curriculum
- Description of courses

ects_171-192.pdf

 



Written by Jan Kuchnia Tuesday, 30 November 2010 10:29 last modified

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