STUDENTS' SELECTION CONTEST
for international credit mobility within ERASMUS + programme
(academic year 2018-2019)
The Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova announces the organization of a selection contest of candidates for academic mobility at the UNIVERSITY OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE, United Kingdom within the special mobility strand of the Erasmus+ programme „Introducing Problem Based Learning in Moldova: Toward Enhancing Students’ Competitiveness and Employability (PBLMD)”.*
Under the special mobility strand, 4 mobility grants (5 months each) are offered to students, the first cycle of study, from the Programme in Business Administration (eng-rom) focused on problem based learning (PBL).
The amount of scholarship is 4250€, additionally an amount of return ticket will be reimbursed (approx. 360€).
Selection of candidates for mobility will be conducted by the Selection Committee at the following address: within the International Relations Office, ASEM, 59 Bănulescu Bodoni str., Building B, room 711.
The submitted files will contain documents in English only.
The final results of the selection of candidates will be announced by the University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom.
Details about the academic offer: Faculty of BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
|The candidate’s application file to ERASMUS |
student status should contain the following documents:
|Criteria for submitting the application file to the ERASMUS student status|
Other materials: envelope files for archiving the candidate's documents.
|05-16.02.2018||REGISTRATION based on the candidature application file
CONSULTATION regarding the preparation of the file
Faculty of Business Management and Administration
International Relations Office Coordinator for international mobilities
|20.02.2018||SELECTION INTERVIEW (location, time)
International Relations Office, ASEM, 59 Bănulescu Bodoni str., Building B, room 711 14.00 o’clock
|21.02.2018||Announcement of the preliminary Results|
|22.02.2018||TRANSMISSION of the files to the University of Gloucestershire, United Kingdom, for final evaluation|
*This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
For additional information about the project see http://www.pblmd.aau.dk