WHO CAN TAKE PART IN INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC MOBILITY PROGRAM
Any MSU student can take part in competitive admission to study abroad for a semester or a year in one of the partner universities:

  • Students of Bachelor and Specialist programs can study abroad starting from the 5th semester (third year of study);

  • Students of Master programs – in the 2nd or 3rd semesters.

Students’ grades and credits for the disciplines studied at the partner university are transferred to their credit record at MSU. Thus, while studying abroad, students continue to complete the curricula of their educational programs at Moscow State University.
WHAT STEPS SHOULD I TAKE TO TAKE PART IN ACADEMIC MOBILITY PROGRAM WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTER-UNIVERSITY AGREEMENT?
Dear students! If you experience difficulties with submitting the online application form and uploading your documents in extreme case you can send your application and documents by e-mail: GorbushkinaAA@my.msu.ru. Please check the instruction below. Please note that deadlines are the same regardless of the way of submitting the application.
NEW Programs and SCHOLARSHIPS

2022 TJU Online Summer School from August 22 to September 1

We are happy to announce Tianjin University Online Summer School!
To promote the application of science and technology to achieving carbon neutrality and to cultivate global citizens with deep knowledge and a sense of responsibility, Tianjin University will hold the 2022 TJU Online Summer School from August 22 to September 1. The theme will be "Achieving Carbon Neutrality with Technology". The program offers 6 modules, introducing the latest developments in carbon neutrality by first-rate professors and researchers.
We welcome your students who are interested in carbon neutrality and related areas to apply for it at https://www.wjx.top/vm/Pk2x6r6.aspx, free of charge. We hope you could kindly share this information and the attached brochure to your students.

For more information, please check the attached 2022 TJU Online Summer School Brochure.

NEMKINA Nikol Igorevna

E-mail: nemkina@rector.msu.ru

Tel.: +7 (495) 939 2121




KIT –Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

We are happy to announce a NEW ACADEMIC MOBILITY PROGRAM, KIT –Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany.
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is “The Research University in the Helmholtz Association.” The roots of the academic education institution extend all the way back to 1825. Today’s structure of KIT is the result of the merger of the Technical University of Karlsruhe and Karlsruhe Research Center in 2009.

Application deadline March 29, 2022
You can easily find an overview of all our courses in Factsheet.

SERGEEVA Dana Dmitrievna

E-mail: dana.sergeeva@rector.msu.ru

Tel.: +7 (495) 939 5131



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ERASMUS+ SCHOLARSHIPS

Radboud Summer School

June 20th – August 19th 2022

We would like to invite PhDs, researchers, and academic staff to take part in our summer school in 2022. Radboud Summer School is organized by Radboud University, one of the leading academic centers of excellence in the Netherlands.
The 81 courses are divided over 12 work fields and are all taught in English by academics.
Deadline March 17, 2022
Number of places available - 2.
You can easily find an overview of all our courses on website*. 

KOCHUROVA Anna Vasilievna

E-mail:akochurova@rector.msu.ru




Philipps-Universität Marburg offers a virtual International Winter University (IWU)

In cooperation with the science faculties, Philipps-Universität presents an academic and cultural program on the topic:


„Scientific challenges in the global village: From climate change, pandemic viruses to multi-resistant pathogens"


Short summary:

Today's world is characterized by major challenges such as the climate change. Besides global warming, emerging pandemic virus diseases such SARS-CoV2 and a steadily increasing number of antibiotic-resistant pathogens appear as major threat in the health care systems. These challenges have been creating major impacts on societal as well as economic aspects in a growing globalized society. What all of this implies and how these challenges can be tackled through the combined knowledge of natural sciences and medicine will be discussed in the Marburg Online Winter Program.


This is the basic outline:

Students take a

- German culture course with an introductory German language class

- Subject course from our list of three courses


The program consists of

- Independent preparatory course work from January 3

- Virtual live sessions from January 10 - 21, 2022

- 6 ECTS credits

- Extensive accompanying program: a Key Note Speech, IT-service desk, virtual office hours, a get-together session with local students, virtual city tour, networking activities etc.


Please find all information HERE.


! For students from partner institutions a number of program fee waivers is offered – please contact iwu@uni-marburg.de. Please, before registration contact Voronovich@rector.msu.ru

Philipps-Universität Marburg offers a virtual International Winter University (IWU)

In cooperation with the science faculties, Philipps-Universität presents an academic and cultural program on the topic:


„Scientific challenges in the global village: From climate change, pandemic viruses to multi-resistant pathogens"


Short summary:

Today's world is characterized by major challenges such as the climate change. Besides global warming, emerging pandemic virus diseases such SARS-CoV2 and a steadily increasing number of antibiotic-resistant pathogens appear as major threat in the health care systems. These challenges have been creating major impacts on societal as well as economic aspects in a growing globalized society. What all of this implies and how these challenges can be tackled through the combined knowledge of natural sciences and medicine will be discussed in the Marburg Online Winter Program.


This is the basic outline:

Students take a

- German culture course with an introductory German language class

- Subject course from our list of three courses


The program consists of

- Independent preparatory course work from January 3

- Virtual live sessions from January 10 - 21, 2022

- 6 ECTS credits

- Extensive accompanying program: a Key Note Speech, IT-service desk, virtual office hours, a get-together session with local students, virtual city tour, networking activities etc.


Please find all information HERE.


! For students from partner institutions a number of program fee waivers is offered – please contact iwu@uni-marburg.de. Please, before registration contact Voronovich@rector.msu.ru

Chinese Government Scholarship Program at Harbin Institute of Technology
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) was established in 1920 in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. In 1954, HIT became one of China’s first six leading universities. Presently HIT is a member of China’s top nine University Union (C9). It is a National Key University with science and engineering as its core and has developed to include management, liberal arts, economy, law and other disciplines. In the US News ranking for the Best Global Universities for Engineering, HIT ranked No.2 in China and No.4 globally.

Chinese Government Scholarship – Chinese University Program is established by the Ministry of Education of China, aiming to develop outstanding international talent and improve the perception of China’s higher education. Under the mandate of the MOE, Harbin Institute of Technology is opening application for full-time postgraduate studies under the 2022 Chinese Government Scholarship –Chinese University Program.

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Chinese Government Scholarship Program at Harbin Institute of Technology
Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) was established in 1920 in Harbin, Heilongjiang, China. In 1954, HIT became one of China’s first six leading universities. Presently HIT is a member of China’s top nine University Union (C9). It is a National Key University with science and engineering as its core and has developed to include management, liberal arts, economy, law and other disciplines. In the US News ranking for the Best Global Universities for Engineering, HIT ranked No.2 in China and No.4 globally.

Chinese Government Scholarship – Chinese University Program is established by the Ministry of Education of China, aiming to develop outstanding international talent and improve the perception of China’s higher education. Under the mandate of the MOE, Harbin Institute of Technology is opening application for full-time postgraduate studies under the 2022 Chinese Government Scholarship –Chinese University Program.

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New international graduate program at

Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University!

We are happy to announce an International Graduate Program (IGP), Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University. The IGP is a program for those who wish to pursue graduate studies in the life sciences at Hokkaido University’s Graduate School of Life Science. The first step to apply for our program is to find a laboratory that matches your research goals and contact the professor directly. More information about the program is available here.

The details are on the website.

New international graduate program at

Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University!

We are happy to announce an International Graduate Program (IGP), Graduate School of Life Science, Hokkaido University. The IGP is a program for those who wish to pursue graduate studies in the life sciences at Hokkaido University’s Graduate School of Life Science. The first step to apply for our program is to find a laboratory that matches your research goals and contact the professor directly. More information about the program is available here.

The details are on the website.
The Study Foundation of
the Berlin House of Representatives Scholarships

The Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives offers scholarships for graduate students and young scholars of all fields from France, Great Britain, the USA, and the successor states of the Soviet Union who want to study at Berlin universities or use research facilities in Berlin.


The foundation will award fifteen grants for the academic year 2022/23. The grants amount to 1,100 EUR for graduate and doctoral students; and 1,630 EUR for post-doctoral scholars per month.


Application deadline: December 15, 2021

The program will start on October 1, 2022 and end on July 31, 2023:

http://www.parlament-berlin.de/de/Das-Parlament/Studienstiftung

The Study Foundation of
the Berlin House of Representatives Scholarships

The Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives offers scholarships for graduate students and young scholars of all fields from France, Great Britain, the USA, and the successor states of the Soviet Union who want to study at Berlin universities or use research facilities in Berlin.


The foundation will award fifteen grants for the academic year 2022/23. The grants amount to 1,100 EUR for graduate and doctoral students; and 1,630 EUR for post-doctoral scholars per month.


Application deadline: December 15, 2021

The program will start on October 1, 2022 and end on July 31, 2023:

http://www.parlament-berlin.de/de/Das-Parlament/Studienstiftung

Aoyama Gakuin University online program "Japanese Culture Box"

Realizing that due to the difficult epidemiological situation, not everyone has an opportunity to study abroad, Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo, Japan) invites students of partner universities to participate in the "Japanese Culture Box" online program. This program consists of a series of video lectures on various topics related to Japanese culture. The topics presented in the program are similar to the topics that students at Aoyama Gakuin School Corporation learn (in English). There are also lectures provided by Japanese companies available in this program. Participants can study them on their own pace and seek advice from tutors. The program is free-of-charge.

List of AGU Japanese Culture Box topics:
  1. Japanese life (Go-One of the Four Arts, Kendama, Origami, Japanese Calligraphy, Wadaiko (Traditional Japanese Drums), Wadaiko (Traditional Japanese Drums), Musubi (Mizuhiki), Furoshiki);
  2. Japanese traditional arts (Kyogen (A Traditional Comic Theater), NIHONBUYO (Japanese Traditional Dance), Hachioji Kuruma-ningyo (Puppet Theatre));
  3. Japanese subculture (Anime, Japanese Game);
  4. Japanese food (Green Tea in Modern Life, Washoku - The Spirit of Japanese Cuisine);
  5. Japanese technology (Weathernews inc.);
  6. Japan’s nature (Mt.Takao);
  7. Business in Japan (DyDo Vending Machine Business in Japan, Reliability by Design).

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Apply here.

Aoyama Gakuin University online program "Japanese Culture Box"

Realizing that due to the difficult epidemiological situation, not everyone has an opportunity to study abroad, Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo, Japan) invites students of partner universities to participate in the "Japanese Culture Box" online program. This program consists of a series of video lectures on various topics related to Japanese culture. The topics presented in the program are similar to the topics that students at Aoyama Gakuin School Corporation learn (in English). There are also lectures provided by Japanese companies available in this program. Participants can study them on their own pace and seek advice from tutors. The program is free-of-charge.

List of AGU Japanese Culture Box topics:
  1. Japanese life (Go-One of the Four Arts, Kendama, Origami, Japanese Calligraphy, Wadaiko (Traditional Japanese Drums), Wadaiko (Traditional Japanese Drums), Musubi (Mizuhiki), Furoshiki);
  2. Japanese traditional arts (Kyogen (A Traditional Comic Theater), NIHONBUYO (Japanese Traditional Dance), Hachioji Kuruma-ningyo (Puppet Theatre));
  3. Japanese subculture (Anime, Japanese Game);
  4. Japanese food (Green Tea in Modern Life, Washoku - The Spirit of Japanese Cuisine);
  5. Japanese technology (Weathernews inc.);
  6. Japan’s nature (Mt.Takao);
  7. Business in Japan (DyDo Vending Machine Business in Japan, Reliability by Design).

Tap here to learn more.
Apply here.