Broad scope of cooperation
Our cooperation with foreign partners includes exchanging students and lecturers, conducting research projects and organising international conferences. This leads to an effective exchange of scientific and teaching experience, getting to know new environments and improving practical language skills.
We work together with foreign universities, among others, such as:
- The New School for Social Research (USA)
- Uniwersytet w Roskilde (Dania)
- Uniwersytet w Warwick (Wielka Brytania)
- Uniwersytet w Algarve (Portugalia)
- Uniwersytet w Sztokholmie (Szwecja)
- Narodowy Uniwersytet Irlandii w Maynooth (Irlandia)
- Uniwersytet w Sevilli (Hiszpania)
European Charter for Researchers
The aim of the Charter is to ensure that the nature of the relationship between researchers and their employers or funders is conducive to positive outcomes in the creation, transfer, exchange and dissemination of knowledge and technological development, as well as the career development of researchers.
The Charter also recognises the value of all forms of mobility as a means to further the professional development of researchers. In this sense, the Charter provides a framework for researchers, employers and funders to encourage them to behave responsibly and professionally in their working environment and to see each other as professionals.
The Charter addresses all researchers in the European Union at all stages of their career and covers all fields of research in the public and private sectors, irrespective of the nature of their position and employment, the legal status of their employer or the type of organisation or institution where the research is carried out.
The Charter takes into account the multiple roles performed by researchers who are appointed not only to carry out research and/or development activities, but also to carry out supervisory, advisory, management or administrative tasks.
Visiting researchers at ULS
- PROF. DR. CLOTILDE LECHUGA JIMÉNEZ , University of Malaga (Spain)
- Nadja Thoma, University of Vienna (Austria).
- Diane Nottle, City University of New York's Graduate School of Journalism (USA).