A lecture to students entitled “Erasmus+: how to study abroad”
September 17, 2018
Nadiia Vyitaliuk, the fourth-year student of the Faculty of Political Studies and Information Management, gave a lecture entitled “Erasmus+: how to study abroad” on September 11.
Last year Nadiia Vyitaliuk studied at the University of Silesia in Katowice within the framework of Erasmus+. The lady shared her experience and impressions of studying in Poland.
“In order to take part in Erasmus+, a student is supposed to be initiative and active in the social life of a university. There is also no need to be afraid of the language barrier and limited foreign languages proficiency,” says Nadiia.
During the lecture, Nadiia told the students how to properly fill in the documents, write a motivation letter, and where to find information on international student exchange programs. Vitalii Lebediuk, PhD in Public Administration, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Political Studies and Information Management, was the initiator of the event.
“It is noticeable that students want to integrate into the international educational process. I have liked that a lot of people have attended the lecture. They have been active and asked lots of questions. It is always worth trying to take part in as many events as possible,” shared her impressions Nadiia Vyitaliuk.
Presentation of the book "How to make Ukraine successful"
March 28, 2019