Strengthen quality through mobility and cross-border cooperation (professional, social and intercultural skills and the ability of MUW graduates to enter the workforce, an increase in the number of students studying or completing internships abroad, more teachers abroad, researchers involved in cooperation projects and administrative staff involved in shadowing employment and training; Strengthening exchanges and cooperation with partner institutions, developing new forms of cross-border cooperation, increasing the competitiveness and attractiveness of the university at the international level, thanks to the ECTS introduced at the MUW and the recognition of study abroad, MUW students are encouraged to study and take internships abroad, which greatly increases their attractiveness in the labour market, both in Poland and in Europe. information, mutual agreement and the use of ECTS points. These three essential elements are put into service through the use of three key documents: the information file, the application form/learning agreement and the minutes of the recordings. In particular, ECTS is commissioned by students, teachers and institutions who wish to study abroad as an integral part of the educational experience. ECTS itself does not regulate the content, structure or equivalence of programs in any way. These are quality issues that must be defined by the higher education institutions themselves if they create a satisfactory basis for cooperation agreements at the bilateral or multilateral level. The code of conduct, called ECTS, provides these stakeholders with tools to ensure transparency and facilitate academic recognition. The MUW aspires to a truly international institution and believes that medical training should have an international dimension, based on its high quality and supported by the scientific experiences shared by higher education and research institutions around the world. Participation in the Erasmus programme is an essential element of the MUW-Startegy of internationalisation and modernization, which recognises the central contribution of mobile staff and students as well as participation in European and international cooperation projects on the quality of their educational programmes and the student experience.