* improve the quality and relevance of higher education (flexible and innovative approaches and learning methods, improvement of the learning experience, quality training of compatible and motivated doctoral students and researchers, teachers and scientists, programmes adapted to the needs of the national and European labour market, better recognition and reward for excellence in teaching and research); MUW aims to be a truly international institution and believes that medical education should have an international dimension, based on its high quality and supported by the scientific experience shared by higher education and research institutions around the world. Participation in the Erasmus programme is an essential part of MUW`s internationalisation and modernisation projects, which recognises the decisive contribution of mobile staff and students, as well as participation in European and international cooperation projects for the quality of their educational programmes and student experience. MuW has been developing mutual cooperation with EU and third countries in Europe, the United States, Canada and Japan for many years. Our strategic partnership concerns EU and third countries and develops capacities with neighbouring and third countries. MuW has successfully worked with 106 European universities in 24 countries since 1998 under the Erasmus+ programme. The university participates in numerous cooperation projects and Erasmus thematic networks that address educational, institutional and quality issues. The MUW will maintain existing active interinstitutional agreements and conclude new ones, both with the EU and with third countries, in the field of mobility and training of students and staff, international cooperation projects and networks. The main elements of the internationalisation strategy of higher education institutions are student mobility and traineeships, mobility of teaching and staff training, participation in cooperation projects and networks as coordinator and partner. MUW respects the principles of non-discrimination set out in the programme and guarantees equal access and equal opportunities for mobile participants from all walks of life. International students who come to the university are cordially invited to participate in all student activities, regardless of race, ethnic origin, religion, gender, social class or political beliefs. .

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