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The formula to our success is partnerships and collaborations. We are where we are today thanks to the immense support from our partners like Parul University. Our bond with the Indian university has been very strong for years. Every year, many of its students visit ITMO along with their professors to participate in summer schools and internships. This December, ITMO staff members Ekaterina Rassolenko and Yulia Shik visited India to attend Parul University’s International Week. What were the main highlights of this event? What new opportunities can students expect? Let’s learn it all from Ekaterina and Yulia.
Students can now study for a semester at one of the five participating universities in Russia with the new DVIZH academic mobility program. In total, 184 applications from 130 students were submitted, and this fall ITMO will welcome 50 students from Moscow universities, while 14 ITMO.Family members will spend a semester in the capital. Learn more about the program and students’ learning tracks below.
From a next-gen toothpaste to a promising cancer treatment technology, as well as a new ecology-focused Master’s program and exciting academic mobility opportunities – there's lots going on in our science news digest for the second half of July. Let's dig in!
The new student exchange program DVIZH allows students to spend a semester at one of five partner universities based in Moscow and St. Petersburg. They will also have the chance to study subjects that aren’t related to their specialization. Learn more in this ITMO.NEWS article.
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.
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.
Smaragda (Esmeralda) Georgouli comes from Greece, she is currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s in Athens, studying European and International Studies, at the University of Piraeus. She came to ITMO for an exchange semester in Industrial ecology. Fascinated by her point of view on different subjects — especially on her interest in art — we decided to have a small chat.
Twice a year, ITMO University students have an opportunity to go abroad for an exchange semester. They can choose from over 200 of ITMO’s partner universities in 30 countries around the world. Curious to learn how you can apply for an exchange program, where to get a grant and what other opportunities are there? Read on to learn all about it.