Strengthening relations: VSUES improves academic mobility under ERASMUS+ program

Representatives of VSUES became participants of the symposium in Athens (Greece). Roman Grivanov, Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations and Law, and Yulia Kravchenko, Head of the International Academic Mobility Department, visited the University of West Attica as part of the ERASMUS + program.

ERASMUS + is aimed at supporting young people and sports in the field of higher education and vocational training. The exchange program opens wide opportunities for mobility for students, graduate students, teachers and other employees of VSUES.

- The II International Week of Academic Mobility was held at the University of West Attica. During various events we met with new universities, listened to the reports on research over the past year, talked with professors and students from 40 countries, - says Roman Grivanov. - Perhaps, new acquaintances will develop into joint scientific projects. The symposium has become an excellent platform for establishing and strengthening relations. The main goal of the business trip was to improve exchange programs. At the moment, one student from Greece is studying at VSUES, and our student majoring in the “Costume Design” is studying in Greece.

Credit Mobility is a limited period of study or internship abroad for students, faculty and university staff. Mobility participants receive a scholarship that covers visa, insurance, accommodation, and travel expenses.

Under the European Union\'s ERASMUS + program VSUES students were able to study at the host university. VSUES also accepts Greek students to study during the semester in various majors. The cooperation agreement with the University of West Attica was signed in 2017.