The Programme shall be implemented as part of the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development, co-financed from the European Social Fund.
- participation in a summer/winter school (both as a student and a lecturer). The subject matter of the school’s curriculum must be closely connected to the topic of the doctoral dissertation and/or conducted research and gathering materials for a doctoral thesis / scientific article;
- participation in short forms of education, i.e. courses, workshops, study visits, including at the premises of economic operators and gathering materials for a doctoral thesis / scientific article.
For academic year 2019/2020, Warsaw School of Economics has planned the following eligible actions under the Programme for OUTGOING PARTICIPANTS:
- Doctoral Summer School in Ljubljana (10 doctoral students) – recruitment is planned for beginning of 2020
- LSE Summer School (4 doctoral students) - recruitment is opened
- Harvard Summer School (3 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for the beginning of 2020
- EDAMBA Summer Research Academy (4 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for the beginning of 2020
- short forms of education at University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia (15 doctoral students) - recruitment is closed
Incoming actions eligible to be carried out under the PROM Programme include:
- participation in short forms of education, i.e. workshops (both for PhD students and lecturers) - participation in a PhD methodological workshops at Warsaw School of Economics, and study visits and gathering materials for a doctoral thesis / scientific article.
For academic year 2019/2020, Warsaw School of Economics has planned the following eligible actions under the Programme for the INCOMING PARTICIPANTS:
- short forms of education at Warsaw School of Economics for 15 doctoral students and 3 academics from the University of Technology Sydney - recruitment is planned for November 2019
- short forms of education at Warsaw School of Economics for 20 doctoral students from Central and Eastern Europe - recruitment is planned for January 2020.
Project team at Warsaw School of Economics:
- dr Patryk Dziurski
- dr hab. Wioletta Mierzejewska prof. SGH
- dr hab. Alina Szypulewska-Porczyńska prof. SGH
- dr Magdalena Suska
Contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
LSE SUMMER SCHOOL
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
DEADLINE: 26th of January, 3:00 PM
Warsaw School of Economics announces the recruitment of Doctoral Students to the project developed under the PROM Programme, in frames of which their short visits at foreign universities will be financed.
Successful Applicants will participate in a summer school at London School of Economics, United Kington. Actions undertaken in frames of the Programme are as following:
- participation in a summer school; the subject matter of the school’s curriculum must be closely connected to the topic of the doctoral dissertation;
- gathering materials for a doctoral thesis.
More information about LSE Summer School: here
Foreign university, where the actions will take place: London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Fee to pay for the event: GBP 2 500
Living allowance: PLN 9 700 (reduced by the ZUS charge (30,9% + 9%) for participants without the ZUS contribution)
Travel expenses, health insurance, third party liability insurance, accident insurance, visa fees or fees associated with legalization of stay: PLN 3 000 (reduced by the ZUS charge (30,9% + 9%) for participants without the ZUS contribution)
Number of participants: 4 Doctoral Students
IMPORTANT: Please note that it is the Doctoral Student’s responsibility to apply by themselves for LSE Summer School. Before filling the application form, please check if you are meeting all requirements!
Basic recruitment criteria for Doctoral Students are as following:
Criteria awarding bonus points are as following:
- the purpose of the visit related to the eligible actions under the PROM Programme;
- meeting the criterium of age (under 40) specified in the Regulations of the PROM Programme;
- actions are closely related to the topic of the doctoral research;
- positive opinion of the supervisor;
- positive credits in all subjects of the doctoral programme in semesters preceding the moment of filing the application (not applicable for first-year Doctoral Students);
- very good knowledge of English proved by a certificate (not applicable for Doctoral Students studying in English).
- not participating in the PROM Programme 2018/2019;
- the average score obtained in the academic year preceding the moment of filing the application OR the score in the recruitment process to the Doctoral School;
- level of advancement of the doctoral dissertation.
- application form signed by the Applicant and Applicant’s supervisor;
- English language certificate (not applicable for Doctoral Students studying in English).
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 best Applicant will be selected to take part in the PROM Programme.
The following shall be financed in the Programme PROM:
- travel costs, insurance and visa in the flat amount on the distance between the place of residence and the hosting institution (see Table 1 – Travel expenses, health insurance, third party liability insurance, accident insurance, visa fees or fees associated with legalisation of stay 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 – Living allowance given in the Regulations of the PROM Programme); it is the responsibility of a participant to settle all subsistence costs;
- costs of conference fees, training courses, workshops and study visits settled using the real costs.
Warsaw School of Economics kindly invites young Doctoral Students interested in participation in the Programme PROM to send their application forms and required documents by email to: email@example.com and deliver the originals personally or by post to the Secretariat in envelopes with an annotation “PROM project” until 26th of January 2020, 3:00 PM at the latest.
Mrs Anna Karpińska
6/8 Madalińskiego Street, room 17 (building M)
Monday to Friday from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm.
INFORMATION ON THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
The administrator of personal data is Warsaw School of Economics based in al. Niepodległości 162, 02-554 Warszawa, hereinafter referred to as SGH.
2. Inspector of Data Protection
At SGH, there was appointed an Inspector of Data Protection, who may be contacted by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Aim and legal basis of processing
Your personal data will be processed for the purpose of recruitment to the programme of the scholarship exchange PROM 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.
The legal basis for the processing of personal data is:
- Art. 6(1)(c) of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (Official Journal of the European Union, L 119, 4 May 2016, p. 1, as amended), hereinafter referred to as RODO, e.g. the processing is indispensable for fulfilling the legal obligation incumbent on the administrator,
- Act of 20 July 2018 Law on Higher Education (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 1668),
- Art. 6(1)(b) RODO – i.e. the processing is indispensable for performing the contract to which the data subject is a party, or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior entering into a contract.
4. Voluntariness of data submission
Data submission is voluntary, however, In the case of not submitting the personal data, it is impossible to participate in the programme.
5. Data processing time
Your personal data will be processing during the time of implementing the project, and next for archive purposes, according to the regulations of the Act of 14 July 1983 on the archive stock and archives (Journal of Laws of 2018, item 217, as amended).
6. Recipients of the data
Your personal data will not be revealed to other entities, except for the National Agency of Academic Exchange (NAWA) based in Warsaw and entities authorized by their rules of law as well as entities with whom the Administrator has concluded the entrustment agreement of personal data processing
7. Rights with regard to the processing
You have the right of access to the content of the data, their rectification or limitation of the processing. Your personal data will not be profiled, either on their basis, there will not be taken automatically decisions.
8. Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the President of the National Data Protection Office, if you believe that the processing of your personal data infringes RODO.