Prague City University (PCVŠ) has an International Office whose role is to support and implement the internationalisation policy and strategy for European and international mobility. The Office oversees the implementation and organisation of contacts, relationships, contracts and negotiations with all partners and potential partners. The members of the International Office come from three areas of the PCVŠ, in order to support the various aspects and demands of the planned activities. In particular they come from Academic Services and Partnerships, Admissions and Student Services.
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Director of the International Office & University Board member
Responsible for initial internal approval of agreements, including on-site visits and initial negotiations with suitable institutions. Also responsible for working with all the Academic Schools to ensure the Learning Agreements conform to delivery and vice versa, in order for mobile students to receive full credit towards their degrees.
Student Services Specialist
Responsible for the student experience and implementation of mobility goals and administration of the student mobility.
Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment
Responsible for ensuring the partnerships are maintained and developed, as well as ensuring standards are met related to language requirements, and fair treatment of incoming students.
Responsible for incoming student integration, credit transfer and reintegration after mobility. She, along with the Dean of the School are also responsible for the development and implementation of staff mobility projects, and joint research activity.
Participation in the Erasmus+ programme is integral to the realization of PCU’s institutional strategy and goals, allowing further development of successful bilateral exchanges, and introducing new Erasmus+ partnerships, in the framework of EU, European Higher Education Area and global cooperation.
By developing high quality international partnerships, PCU aims to:
- facilitate teacher training, staff mobility, joint research projects and publications
- develop student mobility with a goal of sending up to 5% of our student body to spend part of their studies at a university abroad
- participate in the Erasmus Mundus programme by developing joint degrees with high quality partners.
In the immediate future, the target groups of the Erasmus+ programme are PCVŠ students or teachers on the Czech Bachelor’s programme focused on pre-service training of future teachers of foreign languages. PCVŠ would like to work with partner institutions.