One of the important fields in our university’s international activity is attracting funding to its research and educational activity. The International Research Collaboration of the International Office helps actively develop and fulfil international projects under Erasmus+ program (former Tempus project).
The Erasmus+ program is a program of the European Union which aims to support cooperation in academics, professional training, youth, and sport. The program is meant to facilitate the development of human and social capital in Europe and outside of its borders.
The 35 countries being members of this program can become full-fledged participants in the grants allotment activity in all fields under the program. Russian Federation acts as one of the partner-countries. The main fields of this program, which universities can take part in, are:
- International Credit Mobility, projects on mobility of students and academics
- Erasmus+ Capacity building in the field of Higher Education – collaboration for the purpose of developing the potential of universities and exchanging their best practices
- Program of Jean Monnet
This year the deadline for the applications submission falls on February 5th with regard to the mobility programs, on February 7th – for the potential enhancement programs, and on February 22nd for the Program of Jean Monnet. The applications filed after the specified dates will not be taken into consideration.
At present 2 big Erasmus+ projects are being fulfilled at SUSU: ASIAXIS project, being supervised by Vladislav Lazarev; and FARmeR project, headed by Andrey Radionov. Student mobility programs are also being fulfilled at the university.
For details please contact the International Research Collaboration at grants[at]susu[dot]ru or call at +7 351 265 38 04.