Academic Exchange Programs - Petro Mohyla Black Sea State University

Academic Exchange Programs


Short-term student programs

Deadline depends on particular program. Every state announces specific deadline and application requirements.

Mainly, English is the program working language. However, some programs demand the knowledge of national language of a country, where a program is implemented.

The most popular short-term programs for the PMBSNU students are:

– Study tours to Poland:

Deadline: spring/autumn (the specific date of deadline can be changed)

Study tours to Poland arethe cycle Polish programs for the youth from Eastern Europe. Talented students aged 18-21 from Belarus, Moldova, Ukraine, and Russia can participate in study tours to Poland within this program.

Participation in the program requires individual application from each student. Then, competition of applications should be held. Visits are organized twice a year (in autumn and spring) for groups pro 11 persons.

The core purpose of the program is to help the participants to become conscious citizen with the active attitude to life. During these tours,the special attention will be paid to the activity of the non-governmental organizations and their role in modern society.

Official web-site:http://studytours.pl/

 

Study visits to Gdynia

Deadline: no particular date (mainly in spring)

Language: Russian

Study visits to Gdynia –the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with Poland, to more about administrative and educational system, government, business, mass media, state and public organizations, Polish cloture and history.

Young and initiative students and representatives from public and youth organizations aged from 20 to 30 with fluent Russian can participate in these tours.

Purpose: to show the participants the progress of Poland since the fall of the Soviet Union.

All expenses are covered.

Official web-site:http://www.gdynia.pl/eng/european/city/branch/5326_44487.html

 

Cultural and language internship in Bulgaria (supported by the Government of Bulgaria)

Deadline: May 1, every year

Language: Bulgarian

Exchange is organized in summer every year (twice or three times a year).

Duration: 14 days

Active and initiative students and lecturers who study Bulgarian and are interested in Bulgarian culture can participate.

The program consists of lectures and activities, connected with Bulgarian culture and language (excursions and museums). Visits are organized by the Centre of Bulgarian language and culture at PMBSNU and Vasov Bulgarian Community at Ternivka. Financial support is given by the Government of Bulgaria.

 

Summer School in Greece “Historical Heritage Governance”

Deadline: March 1, 2017

Language: English

The aim of the program is to develop scientific research and work with historical heritage. The organizers strive for the creation on new opportunity for education and improvement of knowledge.

Historical heritage is though to be the power of the mankind. So this program is aimed to realize the potential of heritage which is a perfect source of education.

Motivated students with/without experience and specialist in this sphere can participate in the work with historical heritage.

Scholarships are available.

Official web-site:http://www.inherity.org/training/summerschools/

 

International winter school in Germany

Deadline: October 15, 2016

Language: English

Takes place on February 19-25, 2017 in Berlin.

Topic of this year’s school is “Nazi forced labor”. Key aspects: discussion on modern problems of history lecturers, studying of International Tracing Service documentation, encouragement of idea exchange for projects between the members of Winter School.

All expenses are covered.

Official web-site:https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/latest-news/events/event-details/news/detail/News/international-winter-school-for-educators/

Long-term student programs

Long-term programs consist of competitive scholarship and research programs. Working language is mainly English, but knowledge of national country language can be huge advantage for an applicant.

The most popular long-term programs for PMBSNU students are:

 

  1. Scholarship programs DAAD

Deadline: depends on specific program.

Students of all nationalities can study in every governmental university in Germany.

Participation in training or post-graduate activity should provide investigation of topic which student is interested in (working at libraries, archives and scientific centers).

Thorough knowledge of German (B2) of English (B2) is required.

Scholarships can be given for short-term and long-term studying.

The example of scholarship application can be found on the link:http://www.uni-assist.de/downloads/antr_auf_zul_stud_eng.pdf

Official website:http://www.daad.org.ua/ukr/stipendien.htm

 

 

  1. Scholarship programs Erasmus+Ka107

Erasmus+Ka107 – credit mobility program for bachelors of second and third years, masters and post-graduate students. Realization of this program anticipates internal cooperation of the EU universities and higher educational establishments from non-EU countries.

Every student from one of 26 partner universities of Erasmus+KA107 from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan can send grant or scholarship application.

Nationality of applicants can differ from the application sending country. The main prerequisite – applicant has to be a student of above mentioned universities.

Students interested in getting such grants must get to the International Relations Department of their university to get all needed information about the quantity of places within projects and grant applications.

It is important to mention: any university will not accept application from students directly. They will consider only applications from students officially given by university-partners and designed in order to requirements.

Mobility program consists of:

Training or post-graduate activity throughout period from 3 months to 1-2 years (depends on particular university) in such directions: economics, philology, law, international relations, ecology and so on.

Grant includes:

– travel expenses coverage,

– lump sum of 800 euros per month.

Education within this program is free of charge.

Poland:

– Every full-time bachelor student.

– Selection processfor applicants.

– Free education and hostel living.

– No scholarships and travel expenses coverage.

Germany and Spain:

– Every full-time bachelor, master or post-graduate student.

– Selection process for applicants.

– The quantity of places depends on the EU financing.

 

Working languages:

– Spanish

– German

– Polish

– English (every university and student should on their own get in touch with coordinators of faculties they are interested in).

– Applicant should have language certificate of the language needed for studying.

Within Erasmus + PMBSNU is a partner for such universities:

Criteria for drafting the ranking lists:

  1. For students enrolled in 1st cycle (three-year), 2nd cycle (master):

– Average grade.

-The consistency of the proposed activities with the student’s university degree.

– Language skills(Language Certificate B2);

– Any other information indicated by the student in the application (other learning experiences, specific academic interests, etc.).

  1. For Master and Doctorate students:

– Average grade.

– The consistency of the proposed research activities.

–  Language skills (Language Certificate B2).

– Any other elements indicated by the student in the application (other learning experiences, specific academic interests, etc.).

Programs for post-graduate students, lecturers and administrative workers

Programs for post-graduate students, lecturers and administrative workers consist of scholarship and research programs. Working language is mainly English, but knowledge of national country language can be huge advantage for an applicant.

 

The most popular programs for post-graduate students, lecturers and administrative workers are:

  1. Scholarship programs DAAD

Deadline: mainly November, but the specific date is changed every year (look for the updates at website.

Scholarship program provides investigation in particular area. The main peculiarity of DAAD scholarship programs is necessity off German side backing.

The main directions of these programs are:

– all expenses coverage at the expense of scholarship

– young and experienced scientists can both send applications

– training provides research in area that is interesting for the scientist

– training or scientific research should be conducted under supervision of a professor from any German university or research institute.

Terms of training: depend on particular program (1 month to 3 years).

Through knowledge of English (B2) or German (B2).

Official website: http://www.daad.org.ua/ukr/stipendien.htm

 

  1. Scholarship programs Erasmus+Ka107

Erasmus+Ka107 is credit mobility program for post-graduate students; trainings for lecturers and administrative workers. Realization of this program anticipates internal cooperation of the EU universities and higher educational establishments from non-EU countries.

Every post-graduate student, lecturer or administrative worker from one of 26 partner universities of Erasmus+KA107 from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan can send grant or scholarship application.

Nationality of applicants can differ from the application sending country. The main prerequisite – applicant has to be a post-graduate student, lecturer or administrative worker of above mentioned universities.

Post-graduate student, lecturer or administrative worker interested in getting such grants must get to the International Relations Department of their university to get all needed information about the quantity of places within projects and grant applications.

It is important to mention: any university will not accept application from post-graduate students, lecturers or administrative workers directly. They will consider only applications officially given by university-partners and designed in order to requirements.

Training and experience exchange are provided at PMBSNU University- Partner Cadiz (Spain), Saarland (Germany).

The mobile staff will be awarded a grant for travel cost and for subsistence and expenses during 5 days (and 2 days of the road) 120 euros per day (but it is possible to stay there at the expense on two month on their own costs).

The amount of the grant for travel is a unit cost related to the distance between the place of origin and partner university.

Calculated with the EU Distance Calculator: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/tools/distance_en.htm

Any post-graduate student, lecturer or administrative worker can apply for grant.

Selection process for applicants.

The amount of places depends on the EU founding.

 

Working languages:

– Spanish

– German

– Polish

– English (every university and student should on their own get in touch with coordinators of faculties they are interested in).

APPLICATION FORM FOR STAFF TRAINING MOBILITY

(click here to download)

ERASMUS STUDENT APPLICATION FORM

(click here to download)

 

 

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