International mobility

Erasmus + recruitment 2020/2021
(the information doesn’t apply to first-year students of B.Sc.)

In the period from 16/03/2020 to 31/03/2020, will be the Erasmus + program recruitment for the academic year 2020/2021.

Please apply through the USOS system (USOSweb). After saving the application for the Erasmus + 2020/2021, the application should be printed, signed and submitted together with a certificate confirming knowledge of a foreign language, documents confirming student activity (activities in the Student Government, ESN, scientific associations, etc.) in the Dean’s Office (room 136) – ON THE CURRENT STATE from 15/04/2020 to 22/04/2020.

The rules of the Erasmus + program for the academic year 2020/2021 will soon be available on the CWM website ( ).

The project Euro-Korea Msc Hydroinformatics Engineering (EK-HYDRO) has the main objective to contribute to the education and training of future scientists and executive engineers in the EU and the Republic of Korea in the fields of modelling and managing projects in hydro-technologies and environment through an innovative master degree. These professionals have vocation to assist local and regional communities, national and international entities, public services and to be in volved in private companies. The project, in this light, responds to the growing demand on such qualified professionals from the major leading enterprises in the hydroinformatic and water management field in the EU and Korea.

The consortium consists of 4 EU institutions:

University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis France (UNS)

Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU)

Technical University of Catalonia Spain (UPC)

Warsaw University of Technology Poland (WUT)

as well as 3 Korean institutions:

Incheon National University (INU)

Chungbuk National University (CBNU)

Seoul National University (SNU)

Main Activities

The main activities carried out in the project are:

  • Joint Master course (awarding double degrees) which involves the definition and setting up of mutually important teaching modules and courses;
  • Student mobility arrangement with the goal that 20 EU students and 36 Korean students will be mobilized over the project life;
  • Teaching staff mobility arrangement with the goal that 16 EU scholars and 9 Korean scholars will be mobilized over the project life;
  • Building-up organisational framework in terms of agreements on tuition waiver and recognition or transfer of credit.

Implementing an innovative master course focused on needs of an emerging professional sector.

All partner institutions are well established in Hydroinformatics engineering and related fields in terms of education, research and professional training.

All of them possess rich experiences in organizing student mobility for study and work placement abroad, and are engaged in the pursuit of educational excellence in an international context.

The initiative has been explored upon years of cooperation among partner institutions of various kinds of academic activities.

All partners are committed to develop their existing organizational structures by this joint commitment to act as an entity. Further participation of enterprises, industries, and public entities ensures the long-term sustainability of this multilateral cooperation. In addition the consortium aims to develop innovative ICT-based methods and tools for pedagogic practice and service in Hydroinformatics engineering, which can be applied to other collaborative education and training initiatives and easily duplicated and implemented in other disciplines.

How to participate Euro-Korea HydroInformatics?

Further details, list of avaliable courses at each institution and application form can be found at


EU & Republic of Korea cooperation in Higher Education

ICI-ECP Education Cooperation Programme refers to EU cooperation with Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and the Republic of Korea in the field of higher education and vocational education and training. The programme includes regional and bilateral cooperation projects based on joint EU – Partner Countries funding and njmutual agreement on the selection of higher education partnerships.

The ICI-ECP is part of the Industrialised Countries Instrument (ICI) that promotes cooperation between the European Union and seventeen industrialised and other high-income countries and territories in North America, the Asia-Pacific region and the Gulf region. It contributes to fostering the relations of the European Union (EU) with countries and territories which often share similar values, are important political and trading partners, and play an active role in multilaterl fora and in global governance.Free Joomla Theme by Hostgator