Academic Mobility – Valuable Experience and Knowledge
And yet again we are moving across Europe along with our students joining academic mobility programs. And again we are visiting Budapest – the beautiful capital of Hungary, while our guide this time is Irina Nesenova (3rd year student, Institute of Humanities, NCFU).
Last semester Irina joined the international scholarship program Stipendium Hungaricum to undergo training in Eötvös Loránd University.
– I chose to major in English and American Studies, which is the closest to my major here in NCFU, – Irina is telling. – And I got to study not the language alone yet also culture. And the interesting part is that every student can choose what subjects they want to attend, and, consequently, what exams they will take finally.
Training was delivered in English and, as Irina notes, one of the important points here was that all students were supposed to work in teams and complete numerous shared projects.
Apart from her studies, though, Irina could travel through Europe, so now her travel-history has Italy, France, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic and Belgium.