The results of the scholarship contest granting training in the Slovak Republic have come out, announcing five NCFU students as the winners.
This academic mobility program is a joint project arranged by the Russian Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Education of Slovakia, with only 20 academic grants offered to Russia.
Most of the winners represent the Institute of Humanities, and they are going to spend five months in Slovakia expanding their knowledge on a free basis. Besides, they are also entitled to a monthly salary of 280 Euros and free accommodation in the residence hall.
– Last year NCFU could win only 2 scholarships offering training in Slovakia, – Vladimir Samoylenko (Head, Office for International Projects and Programs) shared. – Both our students were happy with the training they had received and with the way they were accommodated. Now, we are happy since it’s five of our students who are going to get this chance.
Each of the winners has the contact details and will get in touch with the respective host party, and we really believe this will help them all enjoy both the academic and cultural experience that is waiting for them.