Virtual Mobility Studies in Spring: Deadline Extended

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VMU International Office and Innovative Studies Institute invite MA students to participate in the competition for virtual mobility (studies) abroad in the Spring Semester (2015/2016). The online application deadline has been extended to 30 November 2015.

This exchange opportunity is dedicated to those who don’t know what virtual mobility studies are, those who have never studied abroad, and those who have but wish to relive the experience.

The competition provides the opportunity to virtually study from one to three subjects in the spring semester (2015/2016) at a partner university abroad.

Students can choose subjects taught at the following universities:

  • University of Pavia, Italy;
  • University of Oviedo, Spain;
  • Universidade Aberta, Portugal.

The language of instruction is English. Detailed descriptions of the proposed subjects are available on the Open Studies website. All of them can be recognized as D group subjects, some of them may be approved as group C subjects. Please consult the table on the second page of the announcement.

Students who wish to participate in the competition can fill in application forms until 10 November 2015 on the website of VMU Innovative Studies Institute.

Selection Criteria

  • Student’s motivation
  • Good knowledge of English
  • Study results
  • Chosen study subject’s conformity with student’s study programme.

Competition results will be sent to every participant via e-mail and published on the VMU website.

Announcement and list of proposed subjects

Application form

More information

  • Konstantinas Kurževas
  • International Office
  • Address27 S. Daukanto g., Room 308, Kaunas
  • Phone+370 37 327 987
  • E-mailk.kurzevas@trt.vdu.lt
  • Estela Daukšienė
  • Innovative Studies Institute
  • Address52 K. Donelaičio g., Room 203; Room 314, Kaunas
  • Phone+370 37 327 887
  • E-maile.dauksiene@isi.vdu.lt

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