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Academic mobility of the staff and students

Academic mobility of the staff and students is the key to successful learning and teaching. Sharing experiences with foreign colleagues improves the quality of teaching and learning and brings Zaporizhixha National University to a truly European level. This allows to maintaining a high level of scientific and educational activities at the University.

Recently, associate professors Yakovleva-Nosar SO, Petrusha Yu.Yu., Peretyatko VV, Sarabeev VL, Boyka OA were take part at international mobility, Representatives of the Department of Chemistry, General and Applied Ecology and Zoology, of the Department of Forest Biology, Hunting and Ichthyology, the Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Immunology with a Course of Civil Defense and the Department of Genetics and Plant Resources actively participated in international conferences during which they discussed current trends in scientific research work.

Teachers and students participated in the exchange program of students, teachers and researchers Erasmus +, which provides the opportunity to study, intern or teach in another country, for a period of 1 week to six months under agreements concluded by Zaporizhzhia National University. .

Every year there are regular meetings with staff and students of the faculty considering with a possibilities of international internships, double degree programs and with an invitation to English language courses. The faculty has an English Speaking Club that leads by the Vice-Dean for International Affairs of the Faculty of Biology, Ph.D. Olena Boika. It is free and allows students to practice spoken English while gaining the ability to use professional vocabulary.

The key to successful participation in academic mobility programs is timely awareness of the potential opportunities offered by integration into the EU's single educational space. Therefore, teachers and students of the Faculty of Biology regularly participate in meetings with coordinators of academic mobility programs. Such presentations of academic mobility are extremely important for our students and scientists, because they not only introduce educational opportunities abroad, but also provide step-by-step instructions for participation in the competition, pay attention to its key points, and remove fear of complex procedures.