"One of the ultimate goals of the SCEE project is the creation of joint educational bodies (joints diploma programs and faculties) between European and Siberian universities, notably those participating in the project. But being by no means an easy task it quite naturally demands some prior arrangements and needs a lot of preparation work. First steps in this direction have been the visits of Russian professors and staff to partner European universities. In accordance with the work plan of the project, several teachers from Russian partner universities have visited European universities, members of the consortium, with the purpose of establishing close relations with the key staff in the host universities and laying a solid basis for future collaboration between corresponding universities which should eventually lead to creating joint educational programs and initiating other mutual educational and research activities. In particular, the following mobilities were made:"

Teacher

Home university

Host university

Period

Report on the visit

Ivan Vozmilov

Yekaterinburg

Lille

November 20 - December 28, 2012

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Irina Tkachenko

Yekaterinburg

Warsaw

April 8 - May 8, 2013

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Anna Repetskaya

Irkutsk

Genova

October 16 - 24, 2012

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Sergey Timoshin

Irkutsk

Montpellier

October 1 – 15, 2012

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Iuliia Leonova

Khabarovsk

Genova

April 8 - May 9, 2013

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Anastasia Moskovtceva

Khabarovsk

Montpellier

May 27 - June 27, 2013

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Margarita Medvedeva 

Yekaterinburg  Poznan  December 19 - January 19, 2014 Download
Anna Kireenko & Daria Khlebovich Irkutsk Warsaw

21-25, April (Prof. Anna Kireenko), 21-30, April (Dr. Daria Khlebovich)

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“These visits brought first fruits for developing a strong long-term collaboration between the universities involved in the form of preliminary negotiations and resulted in several important decisions. In particular, preliminary arrangements were made for developing joint educational programs at different levels, which are supposed to be introduced in Russian partner universities. The second format of cooperation to be established will be conducting exchanges of students and lecturers. This format is very suitable in pursuing the successful step-by-step win-win approach, bringing benefits for both all the associated parties. Exchanges are also a good way to start the launch of double diploma programs. Other joint initiatives planned include shared organization of and participation at conferences and summer schools, conducting mutual research, common activities on development of distance learning platforms and others.”