Warsaw Academy

of Computer Science, Management and Administration

Projects

ESPA EST 2.0

The ESPA EST 2.0 Project (www.espa2.eu) is a result of the transfer of practices, experience and products created in the process of the ESPA EST Project implementation in 2005-2007 within the framework of Leonardo da Vinci Project by partners from Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland. The fundamental reason for the Project ESPA EST resulted directly from the fact of UE expansion to new West European countries. read more

E-Bridge to mobility

The E-BRIDGE TO MOBILITY project is intended for people who want to travel to other EU member states in pursuit of education, work or other personal goals. The project targets two groups, namely people under 25 and those over 65, from Bulgaria, Romania, Poland and Slovakia (source countries), who plan to move to older EU member states including England, Germany and Spain (destination countries). The objective of the project is to facilitate the mobility of the target group members by assisting them in submerging themselves in the real world of the new country and to enable a smooth and successful pursuit of their professional and personal goals. An important issue of the project in this respect is to develop the ability to use ICT tools in the process of lifelong learning of languages and the acquisition of information, which will spur European mobility. There are eight participants involved in the project coming from the source and destination countries and representing a variety of organisations including three universities, two SMEs, a language training centre, a consulting company and an educational foundation.read more

EuroLang 2012

The project EUROLANG 2012 is addressed to participants, visitors and football fans coming to the European Football Championships, which will be hosted by Poland and Ukraine in 2012. The target group comprises people coming from various social groups, professional and educational backgrounds, high school and university students, job seekers, workers, adults and elderly people.The main objectives of the project are: teaching Polish and Ukrainian and familiarising the participants of the Euro 2012 with the cultures of both host countries, which are less known in Europe. read more

Slovak On-line

The ESPA EST 2.0 Project (www.espa2.eu) is a result of the transfer of practices, experience and products created in the process of the ESPA EST Project implementation in 2005-2007 within the framework of Leonardo da Vinci Project by partners from Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland.read more

V-lang

The V-Lang project aims at widespread use of Virtual Learning settings in on line language training which have already been successfully tested by commercial products such as Language Lab. The use of Virtual 3D Worlds in on line language training provides a full audio  communication system which allows to put into practice students language skills in  immersive and social environments, in Collaborative and Problem-Based Learning  environments that promote their Creativity and Innovation. To that end, V-Lang project focuses on the development, experimentation and dissemination of a free Toolkit built upon Open Source that will allow the swift integration of Virtual Worlds in on line language learning.read more

Adresses and phone numbers

Applying to Warsaw Academy:

Warsaw Academy of Computer Science, Management and Administration name in Polish: Wyższa Szkoła Informatyki, Zarządzania i Administracji

03-948 Warszawa
ul. Meksykańska 6
Poland

Our recruitment point is as follow:

ul. Meksykańska 6
tel. +48 22 616 15 66

We assure we will answer to your questions:

Mateusz Czepielewski - Project Manager
E-mail: mateusz.czepielewski@warsawacademy.com

Tel.: +48 22 628 54 52
Fax: +48 22 628 06 45

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