KSUAE students undergo short-term academic mobility in Italy as part of the Erasmus + exchange program
In October 2021, two students of the Institute of Architecture and Design of KSUAE Sabina Khusnutdinova and Diana Khusnutdinova became participants of the Erasmus+ grant program in the International Credit Mobility category and are currently undergoing short-term training in Italy, at our partner university - the University of Basilicata, Matera, at the Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures, Environment, and Cultural Heritage (DiCEM - Department of European and Mediterranean Cultures, Environment, and Cultural Heritage). The term of mobility is 6 months. The direction of mobility is architecture.
Students in advance selected and agreed upon subjects for study from the program of an Italian university. Sabina and Diana prepared extensively for the internship, including the skills of elementary spoken Italian. We wish our students successful training and final tests!
In the near future, within the framework of this grant agreement with the University of Basilicata, it is planned to exchange teachers in the field of architecture.
The academic mobility program provides students with the opportunity to undergo short-term studies at a foreign partner university, followed by full recognition of credit units (hence the common name - Credit Mobility). Participants in mobility lasting from 3 to 12 months can be students of the undergraduate course (starting from the 2nd year), specialist, graduate or postgraduate studies. The Erasmus + grant covers travel and stay expenses abroad. The direction of study at the host university must correspond to the direction of study atKSUAE. Successful applicants must have a high level of foreign language proficiency and excellent academic performance at the time of application.
The News is submitted by International Relations Dept of the University.