Welcometo Academia exchange programs
In this field, one of the goals is to introduce postgraduate students to the laboratory and research work. However, these programs may present some difficulties due to factors including administrative steps and lack of clarity in methods and objectives.
For this purpose we have developed an exchange program that provides exchanges that are "safe" for students and beneficial to the participating academic institutions. The first step is to verify the interest of other universities in setting up programs for student exchange. We suggest starting with establishment of a shared operational protocol, describing the objectives of mobility, financial resources, requirements for admission and interview.
The development of a society in tune with the times cannot be separated from higher education, since a good higher education exerts significant effects on cultural, economic, dynamic citizenship and ethical values.
“Higher Education plays an essential role in society, creating new knowledge, transferring it to students and fostering innovation. Institutions throughout Europe are working to modernise, both in terms of the courses they offer and the way they operate. Europe has around 4,000 higher education institutions, with over 19 million students and 1.5 million staff. Some European universities are amongst the best in the world, but overall potential is not used to the full. Curricula are not always up-to-date, not enough young people go to university after finishing school and not enough adults have ever attended university. European universities often lack the management tools and funding to match their ambitions”