Additional Competition Announced for LLP/Erasmus Placement Mobility Grants

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The VMU International Office reported that an additional competition for LLP/Erasmus placement mobility grants for the academic year 2011/2012 has been announced. All full-time degree students who want to participate in the competition must send application documents until 17 November 2011. The competition offers placement for the period of 3 months (latest ending date – 31 October 2012).

The selection of the participants is based on the evaluation of the following criteria:

  • an average of study results for the previous two semesters, which should not be lower than the course average. Good results of the specialty subjects are required
  • good knowledge of the language which will be used during the placement;
  • student’s motivation;
  • student’s experience in working, studying, placement and participating in the international or academic projects and social activities in Lithuania and abroad;
  • student’s ability to independently solve problems.

Application documents are the application form and document of approval (confirmation) by the host organization or enterprise (using template created by the International Office). Higher priority is given to students to whom placement is an obligatory part of their study programme and who have provided approval (confirmation) document from the host organization or enterprise.

Online application form and more information about the competition can be found on the website of the International Office.

For additional information please contact the Erasmus coordinator at VMU International Office, Konstantinas Kurževas (k.kurzevas@trt.vdu.lt, S. Daukanto g. 27, Room 308), or the international relations coordinator in your faculty.

The competition results will be sent to all participants via e-mail as well as published on the website of the VMU International Office and on the information boards on November 30.

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