Summer school

The student mobility is a vital factor for multicultural understanding. It  contributes to the better understanding of Bologna process and the comparison of the educational process in PC and the EU.
Staff face-to-face contacts are noteworthy for the joint work on syllabi and new teaching materials.  
We  organized international summer schools for short time period. It includes the organization of theoretical and practical joint work of young scientists, a series of thematic reports, lecture blocks, as well as thematic workshops.

At the preliminary stage the EU and PC studentswere offered subject themes for mini-projects. The international student teams  worked on these projects using OMSE. The results of them were used for the selection of the students for the mobility period. Students presented their projects during the summer school. 
The evaluation of the student results were used for the review of the TLM

2018: International Open Students Summer School

2019: Russian and Spanish InMotion teams organized unplanned special session «Modelling and Simulation»  during summer school.

Mini projects



University of Bremen






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Project news

The  final project meeting of InMotion steering  group and conference  was hold in SMTU and SPbPU in St. Petersburg on 16-18.09.2019. The members of the project steering group get together to report about the results of the project anc coordinate the work on the final report.

You can read more information about these and other events in our Newsletter  Oct 2019




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