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The call for applications Psychology in Teacher Education within Erasmus + KA1 is now open

The call is now open for the course Psychology in Teacher Education for international students. The course runs fromMarch 1, 2017 to May 31, 2017. Application deadline is November 1st. Erasmus+ is the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport, designed to be more global and more integrated than ever before. The programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students and staff to study and train abroad. The Erasmus + funds international credit mobility for students to study in a receiving institution for a period of 3-12 months. Students can also do a traineeship abroad for a period of 2 to 12 months. The course Psychology in Teacher Education targets students of social education, early childhood education and student teachers for pre-primary and primary schools. It includes the traineeship at schools and educational centers which is aimed at developing professional competences of future teachers by improving their theoretical knowledge in teaching methods

NVSU student took part in the International Summer School at the University of Barcelona

This summer, July 2-24, Olga Zhmakina, a 3rd year NVSU student of the Faculty of Humanities, took part in the International Summer School of the University of Barcelona. Following the cooperation agreement between the University of Barcelona and NVSU, the Spanish partner offered NVSU students scholarships to participate in the International Summer School. The school, held every July, welcomes students from all around the world and offers a variety of courses in English. The school participants acquire and expand their knowledge in various fields, such as art, culture, natural and social sciences.

European breakthrough for NVSU: 6 projects approved for funding within Erasmus +

In July 2016, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission published the results of Erasmus +calls in the following areas: Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals Key Action 2: Cooperation for Innovation and Good Practice Jean Monnet Activities Nizhnevartovsk State University filed 11 applications for a variety of key actions within the II call for Erasmus+ 2015-2016 program. As a result of the call, 6 projects involving NVSU were approved for funding.

Nizhnevartovsk State University has signed a cooperation agreement with Liepaja University (Latvia)

On June 14, 2016, Nizhnevartovsk State University signed a cooperation agreement with Liepaja University (Latvia). The parties consolidated their intention to develop cooperation through joint activities and international projects. Special attention is to be given to student and teacher mobility between the universities. In particular, the parties plan to jointly apply for Erasmus + program (Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals).

First exchange students from University College of South Denmark

NVSU and University College of South Denmark have a long-standing partnership that allows both sides to have exchange programs for both students and faculty. As a part of academic mobility programs such as Denmark national study grant and Erasmus+ scholarship program, 8 NVSU students have participated in the exchange program at the University College of South Denmark since 2014. Karen Rosenberg Hansen and Christina Hansen, 2nd year students of the University College of South Denmark became the first exchange students from at NVSU. The students did their practical training at the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology in NVSU from March till May, 2016. Karen and Christina were awarded Erasmus+ scholarship, one of the most prestigious European student grants. The scholarship covers all costs associated with the stay and study at a foreign university (travel costs, accommodation costs, visa, etc).

NVSU student received Erasmus + scholarship

Anna Bukreeva, NVSU 3rd year student of the Faculty of Humanities, have successfully passed the competitive selection procedure to study the course "Crossing Borders: Cultural Diversity in Early Years Education" at the University College of South Denmark- UCSYD from August to December 2016. In the context of cooperation between NVSU and UCSYD, the universities submitted a joint application for funding of academic mobility within the European Commission Erasmus + (Key action 1: Credit mobility). Following the competition, the University College of South Denmark received a quota for 2 Russian students to study at UCSYD with a financial support of European Commission program Erasmus+.


NVSU teachers took research training at the University of Barcelona within the ERANET-PLUS program

Irina Ziyazova, Senior Lecturer at the Department for Linguistics and Translation Studies, and Tatyana Storchak, Assistant Professor at the Department of Ecology took training at the University of Barcelona in frame of the ERANET Plus program from December 2015 to June 2016. In 2015 Irina Ziyazova and Tatiana Storchak were awarded PhD and post PhD grants for carrying out research in Linguistics and Biology. The objective of Eranet Plus program is to create lasting associations between Russian HEIs and the European HEIs, providing each institution the experience of the European model and guidance on how to develop new standards as well as to construct a stable mobility between Europe and Russia and to develop a solid framework for future collaborations.

NVSU teacher participates in Fullbright Foreign Student Program

Yana Kraichinskaya, Lecturer of the Department for Linguistics and Translation Studies, studied for a Masters degree at SIT Graduate Institute through a Fulbright Foreign Student Program grant for students and graduates. The program lasted 2 years, from August 2014 to May 2016. The program is designed to enable scholars to better experience America and to further the Fulbright Programs goal of increasing mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and people of other countries. The program had several components: Arrangements and activities The Institute of International Education organized orientations for over 100 students and graduates in various cities of USA. Yanas orientation was held in Washington and lasted one week.