University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński and a university in Paris to collaborate under Erasmus+ 


Dr Piotr Jednaszewski, a member of the Council of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University (UKSW) who lives in Scotland, handed over a letter of intent on international cooperation within the Erasmus+ programme to Rev. Prof. Ryszard Czekalski. The signatory of the letter is Prof. Philippe Froute, Dean of the EAI International School, Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne.

“I am delighted that members of the University Council are committed to the development of our University, particularly in terms of international cooperation”, said the Rector of UKSW in accepting the letter of intent.

The Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne is a state university offering studies in law, arts, humanities and sciences, economics, administration and pedagogy. The university was founded in 1970 after the University of Paris, or Sorbonne, was split into 13 smaller, autonomous universities. The University currently has 18,000 full-time students and almost 12,500 postgraduate students.

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