International education programs
Our university strives to provide its students with the widest possible study opportunities at leading foreign universities as part of inter-university cooperation projects, internship programs, participation in international student conferences, summer schools, and on their own initiative.
The following are possible international educational programs:
Erasmus + program
The Erasmus + project is intended for full-time students, graduate students, and university professors who wish to complete an internship at a European university. Students independently choose a European university from among the universities of the program, and go to study in the framework of the field corresponding to the one they are studying at Oryol SAU. During the internship or training exchange, participants get a scholarship, and a consortium of participating universities pays the costs associated with the flight.
Detailed information on the size of the grant and types of academic mobility will appear on the site in the near future.
IAMONET RU academic mobility program
The program of academic mobility IAMONET RU, funded by the European Commission, provides an opportunity for undergraduate, graduate students, doctoral students and staff of Oryol SAU to undergo an internship at European partner universities. The internship period is from 1 month to 36 months.
European universities participating in the program:
University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany (Coordinator)
University of Austria, Austria
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
University of Tuebingen, Germany
University of Udine, Italy
Wageningen University, Netherlands
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
Payment of travel to the host university and back
Payment of health insurance
More information can be found on the IAMONET RU project site: http://iamonet.uni-hohenheim.de/
DAAD - German Academic Exchange Service
DAAD is the largest German public organization supporting international academic exchanges. Engaged in the exchange of researchers and students. DAAD provides scholarships to virtually all categories, one way or another related to science and university activities, ranging from 2nd year students to professors and doctors of science. The most common scholarship from the DAAD is a scholarship issued to students who wish to visit Germany in the summer, the so-called “summer course”, made for familiarization with the culture and traditions. As a rule, the duration of courses is 3-4 weeks.
Website of the Moscow office of the German Academic Exchange Service: http://www.daad.ru/ .