Competition for the education programs of international academic mobility of Erasmus+ in the universities of France


In April, organizational meeting with students and a competition for training in Erasmus + international academic mobility programs was organized by the Center for International Cooperation and Academic Mobility at St. Petersburg State Agrarian University.

The event was also attended by the representatives of the French state agency Campus France in St. Petersburg, responsible for the organization of international university cooperation with French universities.

The staff of the agency Anastasia Baludina and Marina Schelkunova told about the main features of education and student life in the universities in France.

The representatives of Campus France raised important questions regarding the organizational, formal, and everyday life of foreign students, about the diversity of study opportunities and the requirements for candidates about different leisure options for young people, and also they answered many other questions of the meeting participants.

After the meeting, an English language test was held, in which 30 students from SPbSAU took part. At the moment, applicants are preparing to have an interview with the staff of ISA Lille. In the case of a successful interview, students will be able to go to study in France through the Erasmus + exchange program.

For all questions about international academic mobility, you can contact the Center for International Activities and Academic Mobility SPSAU.

Contact person: Miguleva Maria Vitalevna, head of the international cooperation department, new academic building, room № 2437.

Reference:

 Campus France is the French State Center for Information on Higher Education in France. In Russia, the Center was established in 2007 as a representative office of the French state agency EduFrance, established in 1998 on the initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Education of France (since 2008 - Campus France). In Russia, under the patronage of the French Embassy in the Russian Federation, 5 representative offices of Campus France are opened in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Samara, Yekaterinburg and Novosibirsk.


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Posted in News, News(en) on May 13, 2019


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