This project has been funded with support from the European Commission




Konkurs na dofinansowanie wspolnych miedzynarodowych studiow

Regulamin AMU mobility PLUS

Wniosek

SCEE - Founding the Siberian Center of European Education

The overall objective of the SCEE project is to contribute to increasing attractiveness of European higher education in the Asian part of the Russian Federation. More specifically objectives of the project are:

  • to open the Siberian Centre of European Education (SCEE) which will bring together universities of Siberia and Europe for sharing and spreading European experience in the sphere of higher education on the territory of Siberia, the Urals and the Far East of the Russian Federation;
  • to create joint education bodies (joint faculties and institutes) which will provide education corresponding to the maximal possible extent to the European model;
  • to develop educational materials, using the best study aids of the universities of the EU and Russia, including internet contents for distance learning;
  • to spread the information about the existing opportunities for studying and conducting the scientific research in the EU and provide assistance in academic mobility of the most talented students and young researchers from the Siberian partner universities.

    In order to achieve this SCEE will:
  • establish joint programs with the EU universities (exchange education, joint master's degree programs, international summer schools, master classes, etc.);
  • create a data portal where the latest education proposals of the European partner universities and educational foundations, as well as the information about the progress of the project implementation are presented;
  • organize awareness-raising activities aimed at promotion of European education (European Education Days, education fairs, awareness-raising seminars, conferences on problems of international cooperation in education, etc.);
  • develop advanced training courses for teachers of Russian Federation universities in European partner universities.


  • Main target groups of the project are:
  • higher educational institutions from the EU and Siberian part of Russia,
  • academic staff,
  • students and graduates in these institutions as well as
  • future students, families and
  • other stakeholders (societies, enterprises, governmental organizations, etc.) that often lack information on the existing opportunities of studying in Europe and the benefits of such an experience.


More information: Soon