Erasmus Programme in Radom
ERASMUS programme is an European Union founded programme which offers students the chance of studying in another European country for periods between 3 and 12 months.

The aim of the programme is to encourage and support academic mobility
of higher education students and teachers within the European Union. It supports international cooperation of schools of higher education
and enables their participation in various international projects.

Erasmus University Charte
r provides the general framework for all European co-operation activities a higher education institution may carry out within the Erasmus Programme. The Charter sets out the fundamental principles and the minimum requirements underlying the Erasmus activities a higher education institution has to respect.

The Charter entitles your institution to participate in decentralised Erasmus activities, as well as to act as an applicant organisation in Erasmus centralised actions (multilateral projects, networks and accompanying measures) managed by the Executive Agency.
It enables student and teaching staff mobility, curriculum development, co-operation projects and networks.

Radom Academy of Economics received an Erasmus University Charter in 2004 for the first time.
In February 2007 Radom Academy of Economics applied for another Erasmus University Charter for the period 2007-2013. As a result of the application process, which took place in Brussels, Radom Academy of Economics received an extended Erasmus University Charter, which gives the students thepossibility to benefit from Erasmus funding for transnational student placements.