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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!
The pandemic is not the reason to cancel participation in international events. Check out the stories of our students who have received partial funding support from ITMO University and see the list of upcoming schools to apply for.
Though summer feels like a lifetime away, a whole range of summer schools have already announced their enrollment dates for summer 2020. ITMO University students are invited to participate in an internship competition and get up to 70% of their expenses covered by the university. An application must be submitted at least a month prior to the trip, so right now it’s high time to familiarize yourself with the opportunities offered by ITMO University and read about the experiences of ITMO students (here and here) who have already taken part in such summer schools.
Representatives of 22 universities from all over the world gathered in one of ITMO University’s campuses to meet with ITMO students and talk about the opportunities for studying abroad. Read on to learn more about academic mobility at ITMO and what its partner universities have to offer.
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.
Each year, ITMO University students discover the world as part of academic exchanges and research internships at a wide range of international universities. This year, several Master’s students of ITMO’s ChemBio Cluster worked on projects in state-of-the-art laboratories at universities in Belgium, Germany, and Israel. ITMO.NEWS spoke to the students to find out more about their projects and lessons they learned from being part of international research groups.
ITMO University Master’s student Victoria Golubeva has recently finished her exchange program at the University of Technology of Troyes (France). She says that this experience helped her broaden her horizons, improve her foreign language skills and make friends with people from all over the world. Read on to learn the details.
What to do if you dream of pursuing a degree abroad, but doubt you’ll be able to make it? How does the Russian educational system differ from its international counterparts? And how to get selected for an internship at a world-class university? Victoria Gorelkina, a graduate of ITMO University’s Faculty of Physics and Engineering, knows the answers!
Interning in New York, Working in Berlin: ITMO Graduate Victoria Gorelkina On Her International Experience
Victoria Gorelkina graduated from ITMO University in 2015. After going on an exchange semester in Switzerland as part of her Master’s studies, Victoria decided that she would like to continue her education abroad, consequently enrolling in a Master’s program in Germany. Today, Victoria is a lighting designer at a German company. ITMO.NEWS met her to talk about education mobility, dream jobs, and the importance of learning languages.