Faculty of Mathematics

Erasmus+ Internships Ukraine & Germany 06/2018 – 07/2020


     

Erasmus+ Internships Ukraine & Germany 06/2018 – 07/2020

ERA+math is an intern exchange programme for students (BSc, MSc, PhD), postdocs and researchers
from the mathematics department at TU Dresden, Germany, with the partner universities

  • Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (TSU), Ukraine
    Local Coordinator Prof. Yuliia Mishura (Homepage)

  • Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Igor Sikorsky (KPI), National Technical University of Ukraine
    Local Coordinator Prof. Oleg Klesov (Homepage)

Scientific Coordinator of the project



Details:



Incoming Scholarships

From TSU
From KPI

From TSU to TUD

From KPI to TUD

BSc / MSc / PhD Students

Scholarship for 2 months
stipend EUR 850/month
travel EUR 275

Scholarship for 2 months
stipend EUR 850/month
travel EUR 275

Staff

2x Mobility 11 days
per diem EUR 160
travel EUR 275

2x Mobility 7 days
per diem EUR 160
travel EUR 275



Outgoing Scholarships

From TUD

To TSU

To KPI

BSc / MSc / Phd Students

Scholarship for 2 months
stipend EUR 700/month
travel EUR 275

Scholarship for 2 months
stipend EUR 700/month
travel EUR 275

Staff

1x Mobility 7 days
per diem EUR 180
travel EUR 275



How to apply?

If you are interested in participating in the exchange programme, contact the local coordinator
of your respective home university (Prof. Yuliia Mishura – TSU, Prof. Oleg Klesov - KPI, Prof. René Schilling - TUD).
Your local coordinator will help to fix the details.
You will be asked to supply the following information:

  • A brief CV.

  • A letter describing your motivation and aims to go abroad.



  • Indicative selection criteria

    • academic merit (main criterion)
    • previous mobility / intercultural experience
    • motivation to choose the place for exchange
    • English language skills
    • fit with prospective host professor / research project


Selection procedure

During the selection process you may be asked to do a video interview with your prospective host.
This interview will be held in English.



The first and foremost criterion for selecting students will be academic merit. In accordance with
our equal-opportunity policy, we will - in case of equal academic qualification - preference
to applicants from less advantaged socio-economic backgrounds (including refugees, asylum
seekers and migrants), minorities and people with special needs.

We expressly encourage female students to apply for an internship. Lower priority will be
given to those who have already participated in mobility actions in the same study cycle
under the Erasmus+ Programme. This condition, however, does not affect the rule that students
can participate in the program several times up to a maximum of 12 months per study cycle.

Once students are selected, they receive the Erasmus+ Student Charter (handed out as an
attachment to their Grant and Learning Agreement) from their sending institution,
setting out the student's rights and obligations with respect to her/his period of
study abroad, and explaining the different steps to be undertaken before, during and
after mobility.



Further information on the process can be found here: Leonardo-Büro Sachsen (Incoming to TUD)