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Erasmus+ Alumni Feedback

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“I advise everyone to try and go to study abroad. This is a very valuable experience that improves all your qualities.”
Darya Zakharova (FChE, mobility to Vilniaus Gedimino technikos universitetas, Lithuania)

 “If YOU had a chance to go abroad for studying, then without a doubt you should take advantage of it.”
Dmytro Ivchenko (FRE, mobility to Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy)
 “My recommendation is to choose those courses that are interesting. Also, look for some cool projects at the university where you can participate. You’d better meet with other students as much as possible and not very tie to Russian or Ukrainian speaking students. And enjoy mobility!” 
Mykyta Kyrychek (FICS, mobility to Universitéit vu Lëtzebuerg, Luxembourg)
 “Don’t think, apply!”
Dmytro Kotov (FE, mobility to Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie, Poland)
 “There is a lot of information for future applicants and for university representatives.
If to stay on the main thing that I want to recommend to students – apply to the programme! It’s worth it! This is a very useful and classy experience for a student!
 
Maksym Fedorchuk (FBE, mobility to Zachodniopomorski Uniwersytet Technologiczny w Szczecinie, Poland and to Université de Lorraine (Loria Lab), France)
“I think that you need to use all the opportunities. It is very helpful in communicating with the participants of previous years, you can greatly simplify your life with it 🙂 Very grateful to the  Mobility Office of KPI, which provides such opportunities for students! Thank you :)”
Olga Gutsol (FBB, mobility to Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)
 “Thank you very much for providing such an incredible opportunity – to study in an exchange programme at one of the best universities in the world! Experience, knowledge, emotions and many other things that I received during this semester are priceless!”
Anonym (mobility to Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)
 “Go without a doubt and be open to everything new!”
Iryna Tokarchuk (FMM, mobility to Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany)
 “Thank you for the opportunity to go by Erasmus and get a unique experience :)”
Oleksiy Chepovetskiy (FICS, mobility to  Università degli Studi di Salerno, Italy)
 “When preparing documents and studying abroad, there will often be situations that would initially be hopeless. Never stop. There are no desperate situations!”
Anonym (mobility to Universitéit vu Lëtzebuerg, Luxembourg)
  “I just want to thank the team of the Academic Mobility Office for their support and organization 🙂 Thank you!”
Bohdan Dovhan (ITS, mobility to Тεχνολογικο πανεπιστημιο κυπρου, Cyprus)
 “Find in advance contacts of people who will study with you. This will help you to save a bunch of socialization time while you stay at a foreign university and add confidence.”
Anonym (mobility to Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)
  “It’s difficult to study, but it’s worth it :)”
Anonym (mobility to Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands)
 “Staying abroad and studying by the Erasmus+ programme was an interesting experience and professional development.”
Anonym (mobility to Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
  “I want to thank the Erasmus+ programme and the KPI Academic Mobility Office for this unique opportunity that has changed me as a person, inspired by new creative and professional achievements. Unfortunately, the process of submitting documents in KPI was sometimes very stressful, as it was necessary to prepare a large number of documents and wait for the signature of these documents from people who are difficult to find at the reception hours. In addition, I was disappointed with the fact that, after 2 semesters of study abroad, my subjects did not count as motivating by the fact that I changed them. But despite these trifles, this experience is worth taking part in this programme. Special thanks to the always-smiling employees of the Academic Mobility Office 🙂 You are very friendly and patient! It would be desirable that all employees involved with this project (on which the signature on the documents for mobility) have these qualities!”
Anonym (mobility to Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany)

Outgoing students and staff

Польша Republic of Poland

Латвія Republic of Latvia

Flag_of_Lithuania.svg Republic of Lithuania

Flag_of_the_Czech_Republic.svg Czech Republic

Flag_of_Turkey.svg Republic of Turkey

Flag_of_the_Netherlands.svg Kingdom of the Netherlands

flag Federal Republic of Germany

Flag_Lyuksemburga Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

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Flag_of_Spain.svg Kingdom of Spain

Ірландія Republic of Ireland

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КіпрRepublic of Cyprus

bandieraitaliana Republic of Italy

Incoming students and staff

bandieraitaliana Republic of Italy

200px-Civil_and_Naval_Ensign_of_France.svg French Republic

Польша Republic of Poland

200px-Government_Ensign_of_Belgium.svg Kingdom of Belgium

Flag_of_Lithuania.svg Republic of Lithuania

Flag_of_Spain.svg Kingdom of Spain

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