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Many borders are still closed, and it might seem that you can’t take an internship abroad. But that’s not exactly true. The scientific life that came to a stall last year is gradually resuming its natural pace. ITMO.NEWS and Ekaterina Tulugurova, head of the International Educational Programs Department, answered the most frequently asked questions in this regard.
Twice a year, ITMO University holds a competition for semester exchange as part of its international academic mobility program. The call for applications for the fall semester will open on February 2 and will remain available until February 21, 2021. The competition is for students of all levels: Bachelor's, Specialists (starting with the second year), and Master's.
At the start of every year, the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education holds an open scholarship contest for studying abroad for students with notable achievements in fundamental and applied research. The end of the year is the best time to start preparing for the contest and fill out your application.
ITMO University has recently hosted Student Science Open Day to let first-year Master’s students get acquainted with all the opportunities the university provides. ITMO.NEWS sums up all the main points of the event in this guide that will help you develop in science, entrepreneurship, and teaching.
The opportunity to study for an entire semester in Europe, Asia, and the Americas is what attracts many applicants to ITMO University every year. In this article, you will learn how to study in the country of your dreams, receive financial support from ITMO University, and what other opportunities the university offers this year.
Twice a year, ITMO University holds an internal competition for an exchange semester within the framework of the international academic mobility program. The competition is held in September and February, and this year it starts on September 1. Here's what you need to know about spending a semester abroad.
Since 2016, ITMO University has hosted a Russian language summer school for language learning enthusiasts around the world. This year, from July 1 to 28, the school was held online for the first time with 22 participants from 10 countries including Canada, China, the UK, the USA and several countries in Europe. We talked to a few of the participants to learn about their experiences during the summer school and what attracted them to Russian language and culture.
A Great Opportunity to Practice Public Speaking: SPIE Photonics Europe Participant on the Advantages of Online Scientific Conferences
This year, SPIE Photonics Europe, one of the oldest and largest in scope conferences by the international society for optics and photonics SPIE, was decided to be held online. In this article, Antonina Dadadzhanova, ITMO University student and participant of the event, talks about its new format and how this experience can come in handy.
“Best Choice I’ve Ever Made”: ITMO Graduate Kseniya Zavatskaya on Her Education and Career in Optics
Kseniya Zavatskaya studied quantum electronics for her Bachelor’s, but never found a solid application for the knowledge she acquired. As a Master’s student at ITMO University, she discovered her future calling and found employment less than a month after graduation. Kseniya spoke to ITMO.NEWS and explained why she chose applied optics, how her career has unfolded since, and what advice she would give to future engineers.
Rodion Juryev studies cognitive technologies and quantum intelligence at ITMO University – all while running a legal firm and a business in Skolkovo, applying for patents for his inventions, and planning his PhD studies. This semester, he joined an academic mobility program to travel to Universidad de Monterrey (Mexico), where he studies financial viability assessment and production planning and control in addition to learning the Spanish language. Rodion spoke with us and explained why he decided to get a Master’s degree despite having accomplished himself as a legal expert and an entrepreneur, how he combines work and studies, and what experiences his exchange semester in Mexico has given him.