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 PROM Programme

 
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​The aim of this Programme is creating a mechanism of financial support for scholarship exchange of doctoral students and academic staff from Poland and abroad, including those from outside the EU. The Programme will enable participation in short forms of education (lasting from 5 to 30 days), which are aimed at enhancing competences and qualifications.

The Programme shall be implemented under the project named “International scholarship exchange of PhD candidates and academic staff” within the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development, co-financed from the European Social Fund.

Eligible actions taken in frames of the Programme include outgoing visits related to the topic of the research, aiming at:
  • active participation in a conference held abroad (including, e.g. participation in a poster session or a flash talk);
  • obtaining materials for a PhD thesis/scientific article;
  • participation in a summer/winter school (both as a student and a lecturer). The theme of the school programme must be closely connected to the topic of the PhD thesis and/or research undertaken;
  • taking measurements with the use of unique equipment, including with the use of large research infrastructure unavailable (or not easily available) in Poland;
  • participation in short education forms, i.e. in courses, workshops, professional or industrial internships, study visits; 
  • participation in trainings (including trainings related to entrepreneurship or implementation activities);
  • carrying out archive/library queries;
  • participation in brokerage meetings; 
  • teaching;
  • participation in preparation of an international grant application;
  • other short education forms facilitating increasing competences of a project participant.
Eligible actions taken in frames of the Programme include incoming visits related to the topic of the research, aiming at:
  • participation in methodological workshops lasting from 3 June 2019 to 5 June 2019 at Warsaw School of Economics, SGH;
  • participation in a study visit;
  • teaching.
Project team at SGH:
  • dr hab. Alina Szypulewska-Porczyńska​ prof. SGH
  • dr Magdalena Suska
  • dr Patryk Dziurski 
Contact: rekrutacja_prom@sgh.waw.pl or projekt_prom@sgh.waw.pl

PhD Students Workshop

Selected Methodological Issues 

The aim of the workshop is to develop skills in conducting scientific research and methodology used for the preparation of the doctoral dissertation. The programme will include classes of general character and specialization profile. Lecturers will present, in particular, selected types of scientific explanations, which are applied in social science / economics as well as selected quantitative and qualitative methods.​

PROGRAMME

​3 June 2019
​10:30 - 11:30 ​Welcome coffee and registration
​11:30 - 11:35 Official opening of the workshops​
​11:35 - 11:50 International cooperation of the Warsaw School of Economics, SGH​
​11:50 - 14:15​ ​Applied philosophy of science for economics: the role of questions and assumptions
(Information about the course_AS.pdfInformation about the course_AS.pdf)

professor Aleksander Sulejewicz (Aleksander Sulejewicz.pdfAleksander Sulejewicz.pdf)
​14:15 - 15:15 Lunch​
15:15 - 16:45​ ​Round-table discussion
4 June ​2019
​9:00 - 11:25 Quantitative methods in practice: dark shadows of the politicians, space shuttles, and Sherlock Holmes
(Information about the course_ET.pdfInformation about the course_ET.pdf)

professor Emilia Tomczyk​ (Emilia Tomczyk.pdfEmilia Tomczyk.pdf)
11:25 - 11:55​ ​Coffee break
​11:55 - 14:20 Qualitative methods in practice: how to make sense of data that are not numbers. Part 1
(Information about the course_EWZ and MSK.pdfInformation about the course_EWZ and MSK.pdf)

professor Elżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek (Elżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek.pdfElżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek.pdf)
PhD Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska​ (Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska.pdfMałgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska.pdf)
​14:20 - 15:20 Lunch​
15:20 - 17:45​ Qualitative methods in practice: how to make sense of data that are not numbers. Part 2
(Information about the course_EWZ and MSK.pdfInformation about the course_EWZ and MSK.pdf)

professor Elżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek (Elżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek.pdfElżbieta Wąsowicz-Zaborek.pdf)
PhD Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowsk (Małgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska.pdfMałgorzata Styśko-Kunkowska.pdf)
5 June ​2019
​9:00 - 10:30 Systematic literature review
(Information about the course on systematic literature review.pdfInformation about the course on systematic literature review.pdf)

PhD Shadi Erfani (Shadi Erfani.pdfShadi Erfani.pdf)
10:30 - 11:00​ Coffee break​
11:00 - 12:30​ How simulation modelling can help stimulate research agenda
(Information about the course on simulation modelling.pdfInformation about the course on simulation modelling.pdf)

PhD Nagesh Shukla​ (Nagesh Shukla.pdfNagesh Shukla.pdf)
from ​12:30 Lunch and networking​
 

PROM Programme 
“International scholarship exchange of PhD candidates and academic staff” 

RECRUITMENT CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY 

DEADLINE: 24 March 2019

Warsaw School of Economics announces the recruitment of doctoral students and academic staff from the University of Technology Sydney to the project developed under the PROM Programme, in frames of which there will be funded their short visits at SGH. 

Basic recruitment criteria for PhD candidates are as following:
  • the purpose of the visit related to the eligible actions mentioned above;
  • meeting the criterium of age (under 40) specified in the Regulations of the PROM Programme; 
  • actions reported closely related to the topic of the research work; 
  • positive opinion of the supervisor; 
  • positive credits from all subjects of the doctoral programme in semesters preceding the moment of filing the application. 
Criteria awarding PhD candidates bonus points are as following:
  • the average score (according to the applicable grading scale) obtained in the academic year preceding the moment of filing the application;
  • level of advancement of dissertation/scientific research. 
Basic recruitment criteria for academic staff are as following:
  • the purpose of the visit related to the eligible actions given above;
  • meeting the criterium of age (under 40) specified in the Regulations of the PROM Programme;
  • actions reported closely related to the topic of the research work; 
  • positive interim evaluation, or opinion of the supervisor. 
Criterium awarding academic staff bonus points is as following:
  • engagement in doctoral education. 
Required documents:
  • cover letter with the supervisor’s approval;
  • application form.
Recruitment procedure will consist of 1 to 2 stages:
  • Stage 1. Preliminary selection of applications in terms of the fulfilment of formal and substantive basic criteria. The requirement to move to the next stage will be the fulfilment of all basic criteria. In the situation when the number of applications will exceed the number of the scholarships planned, stage 2 will be performed. 
  • Stage 2. Evaluation of the applications in terms of the fulfilment of the criteria awarding bonus points.
The following shall be financed in the Programme:
  • travel costs, insurance and visa in the flat amount on the distance between the place of residence and the hosting institution (see: Table 1- Costs of travel, health insurance, third party insurance, accident insurance, cost of visa fees or fees connected to legalization of stay given in the Regulations of the PROM Programme ); it is the responsibility of a participant to settle all travel costs, insurance and visa matters;
  • fixed cost of subsistence (see: Table 2 - Cost of subsistence given in the Regulations of the PROM Programme); it is the responsibility of a participant to settle all subsistence costs;
  • cost of the workshop fee settled using the real costs.​
Warsaw School of Economics kindly invites young PhD candidates and academic staff interested in participation in the Programme to send their application forms and required documents by email to: rekrutacja_prom@sgh.waw.pl, and deliver the originals personally or by post to the Secretariat in envelopes with an annotation “PROM project” until two weeks after receiving the letter of acceptance at the latest. 

Mrs Anna Karpińska 
6/8 Madalińskiego Street, room 17 (building M) 
02-513 Warsaw 

Documents: 

 

RECRUITMENT CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FROM THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

DEADLINE: 31 March 2019

Warsaw School of Economics announces the recruitment of doctoral students to the project developed under the PROM Programme, in frames of which there will be funded their short visits at SGH. 

Basic recruitment criteria for PhD candidates are as following:
  • the purpose of the visit related to the eligible actions mentioned above;
  • meeting the criterium of age (under 40) specified in the Regulations of the PROM Programme;
  • actions reported closely related to the topic of the research work;
  • positive opinion of the supervisor; 
  • positive credits from all subjects of the doctoral programme in semesters preceding the moment of filing the application; 
  • very good knowledge of English proved by a certificate. 
Criteria awarding PhD candidates bonus points are as following:
  • the average score (according to the applicable grading scale) obtained in the academic year preceding the moment of filing the application;
  • level of advancement of dissertation/scientific research. 
Required documents:
  • cover letter with the supervisor’s approval; 
  • application form.
Recruitment procedure will consist of 1 to 2 stages: 
  • Stage 1. Preliminary selection of applications in terms of the fulfilment of formal and substantive basic criteria. The requirement to move to the next stage will be the fulfilment of all basic criteria. In the situation when the number of applications will exceed the number of the scholarships planned, stage 2 will be performed. 
  • Stage 2. Evaluation of the applications in terms of the fulfilment of the criteria awarding bonus points. 
The following shall be financed in the Programme:
  • travel costs, insurance and visa in the flat amount on the distance between the place of residence and the hosting institution (see: Table 1- Costs of travel, health insurance, third party insurance, accident insurance, cost of visa fees or fees connected to legalization of stay given in the Regulations of the PROM Programme ); it is the responsibility of a participant to settle all travel costs, insurance and visa matters;
  • fixed cost of subsistence (see: Table 2 - Cost of subsistence given in the Regulations of the PROM Programme); it is the responsibility of a participant to settle all subsistence costs;
  • cost of the workshop fee settled using the real costs. 
Warsaw School of Economics kindly invites young PhD candidates interested in participation in the Programme to send their application forms and required documents by email to: rekrutacja_prom@sgh.waw.pl, and deliver the originals personally or by post to the Secretariat in envelopes with an annotation “PROM project” until two weeks after receiving the letter of acceptance at the latest. 

Mrs Anna Karpińska 
6/8 Madalińskiego Street, room 17 (building M) 
02-513 Warsaw

Documents:
PROM Programmehttps://nawa.gov.pl/en/institutions/prom-programme

INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA 
  1. Controller The controller of personal data is SGH Warsaw School of Economics with its seat in Warsaw, al. Niepodległości 162 (hereinafter referred to as SGH).
  2. Data Protection Officer You may contact the Data Protection Officer designated by SGH via e-mail iod@sgh.waw.pl.
  3. The purposes and legal basis of processing of personal data. The aim of processing your personal data is participation in the PROM Programme. The legal basis for the processing of personal data is
    • Point (e) of Art. 6 (1) GDPR (necessity for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest) and Law on Higher Education and Science.
    • ​Point (b) of Art. 6 (1) GDPR (processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract).
  4. Obligation to provide personal data. In order to participate in the PROM Programme and conclude the contract it is indispensable to provide personal data. In the case of not providing personal data, it is impossible to participate in the programme.
  5. The period for which personal data will be processed Your personal data will be processing during the time of implementing the project, and during the period of storage documentation for archival purposes.
  6. The recipients or categories of recipients of the personal data
    • If the controller uses the services of other entities, personal data may be disclosed to them on the basis of contracts entrusting the processing of personal data, and these entities will be obliged to preserve the confidentiality of the data being processed.
    • Personal data will be disclosed to the National Agency of Academic Exchange (NAWA) based in Warsaw.
  7. Automated individual decision-making, including profiling Your data will not undergo profiling and no automated decision-making will be conducted based on these data.
  8. The rights of data subject You have the right of access and rectify your data or restrict the processing thereof. You have right to object to processing.
  9. The right to lodge a complaint You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data infringes upon GDPR.