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Coming to a new country as an international or an exchange student, you might feel out of place, in no small part because you need to make new friends. We decided to ask our students for their best tips on making friends in new surroundings. Read on to discover their advice, a portion of wisdom from our editorial team, and more!
The academic exchange competition for ITMO Bachelor’s/Specialist’s (starting from their second year of studies) and Master’s students is still on and will be running until February 17. Learn more about the selection process, the best study abroad destinations, and what to expect from your exchange from Yulia Shik, a manager at ITMO’s International Educational Programs Office and an ITMO graduate, who has been on exchange four times during her studies.
One of the benefits of studying at ITMO University are the many opportunities to gain international experience. There are so many ways that ITMO students can develop their intercultural communication skills and study or collaborate on research with people from all around the world. What are the options and why should you do it? Learn about it first-hand from our students!
Twice a year, ITMO University runs an internal competition for students wishing to go on an exchange semester at one of ITMO’s partner universities. Bachelor’s and Specialist’s students starting from their second year of studies and all Master’s students can take part in the selection process. The competition for fall semester 2022 launched on January 24 and will close on February 17. Here’s what you need to do to submit a strong application.
ITMO University’s admission campaign 2020 is fully online. Moreover, all students will be able to choose between offline and online studies in the first semester. The pandemic won’t prevent us from beginning the new semester on time. ITMO University also offers a whole range of scholarships and contests that will allow the students not only to study and do research, but also to make money. More about these and other opportunities – in this ITMO.NEWS article.
Education Helps You Understand Things, Science Communication – to Explain Them: An Interview with ITMO University Graduate Daniil Shirokov
Daniil Shirokov is one of the first graduates of the Science Communication program at ITMO University. By the time he started his Master’s studies, he already had a Bachelor’s degree in biophysics. Now, Daniil works as a science communicator at one of the biggest private clinics in St. Petersburg while writing a thesis on philosophy. ITMO.NEWS contacted him and found out what it’s like to switch from hard science to humanities, why a medical center would need a science communicator and how he studies the way scientific knowledge changes at modern universities.
On September 20, 2019, ITMO University held ITMO Partner Day, which brought together over 30 representatives of ITMO’s international partner educational institutions. Attending the event were rectors and vice rectors, heads of international departments, coordinators of international programs, and professors of the universities from Germany, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, the US, Australia and other countries. As part of the Partner Day, they attended several of ITMO’s laboratories and were able to meet the university’s students during the Study Abroad Fair 2019, an educational fair dedicated to international exchange opportunities.
ITMO University students have lots of opportunities to gain exciting international experiences, such as short-term internships, the Buddy System, the Study Abroad at Home competition, and semester exchanges. Applications are already open for ITMO’s academic mobility programs! Read on to learn the details.
Starting from the new academic year, Master’s and PhD students at ITMO University will be given the opportunity to participate in academic exchanges and internships at the University of Lorraine (Université de Lorraine, UL), one of France’s largest and highest-rated universities. Moreover, ITMO and UL will be able to exchange professors who will give topical lectures on a wide range of subjects. Such an expansion of the mobility opportunities available has been made possible thanks to an Erasmus+ program grant. We spoke to Alexandre Nominé, a senior research associate at ITMO University’s Faculty of Physics and Engineering and ITMO Fellow, to find out more about the cooperation, requirements for participating in the Russian-French mobility program, and its future prospects.
Alexandra Shapovalova, a second-year Master’s student at ITMO’s Faculty of Control Systems and Robotics, spent a semester in Barcelona, participating in an academic exchange program at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. In this interview with ITMO.NEWS, the student shares her experiences of the program. Read on to learn about why people in Barcelona fight over a room with a window, how to travel in Spain and Europe on a budget and what to expect from your studies.