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 PROM Programme

 
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The aim of the PROM Programme is to improve the competencies of doctoral students and academic staff from Poland and abroad, including those from outside the EU, by international scholarship exchange. The Programme will enable the participation in short forms of education (lasting from 5 to 30 days) of international nature, which are aimed at enhancing competences and qualifications. 

The Programme shall be implemented as part of the Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development, co-financed from the European Social Fund.

Outgoing actions eligible to be carried out under the PROM Programme include:
  • 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 January 2020
  • LSE Summer School (4 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for November 2019
  • Harvard Summer School (3 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for the end of 2019 / beginning of 2020
  • EDAMBA Summer Research Academy (4 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for January 2020
  • short forms of education at University of Technology Sydney (UTS), Australia (15 doctoral students) - recruitment is planned for October 2019​
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 October 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: rekrutacja_prom@sgh.waw.pl or projekt_prom@sgh.waw.pl