University Of Tartu Learning Agreement

The goal is to encourage participating teachers to create learning communities with their peers and promote learning beyond the confines of a classroom or school. Their curriculum must also contain descriptions of the subjects to be studied abroad. Information on the subjects taught at the foreign university can be found on the host country`s website or on the country`s point of contact (here.B. International Students Coordinator). The committee of the respective academic department of the University of Tartu will check the curriculum and make a decision within 14 days of filing the application, approve or reject all or part of your application. The V-TA committee will not meet in July. Happy 101st anniversary of the Estonian National University! 🤍 See or read Rector Toomas Assers Greeting:…/rector-toomas-assers-greeting-101st-ann…. At the end of mobility, Unime will issue a Transcript of Records (for BA and MA students) of all exams passed in connection with the learning agreement and a performance letter for PhD students. Students must present the following documents: – a copy of a passport; CV (2 pages maximum) in English, including extracurricular activities (courses, seminars, conferences, published research, etc.) and professional experience of course specialties. Please use the European model to; Please use the template for European documents on The sending institution is committed to recognizing in the approved apprenticeship agreement the recognised research credits/periods acquired by students during the mobility period with a single. Swiss Leading House for Science – Technology Cooperation Call for Projects – Seed Funding Grants Cooperation with Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan DEADLINE: 14 JULY 2018 IntroductionThe University of Geneva (UNIGE) has been mandated by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SBI) for scientific and technological cooperation between Switzerland and the aforementioned countries for the year 2017-2020.

Scholarship objectiveThe call for projects aims to finance projects between academic actors in Switzerland and between the following countries: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Projects can be submitted in all scientific disciplines; Detailed information can be found below. Application procedure All scientists from internal and cantonal universities, Fachhochschulen and Pedagogies as well as public research institutes can apply. Applications from PhD students and post-doctoral fellows must be submitted by their superiors. Cooperation partners must be linked to a university or a public research institute in the partner country. Proposals for cooperation projects must be submitted jointly to using the joint application form.