Seminar by DWIH and LETI on Science and Education in Germany


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Students and researchers of St. Petersburg can take part in the infoseminar on study and research opportunities at universities and research centers in Germany.

On November 12 at 14:00, in room 3202, ETU "LETI" and the German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH) in Moscow will hold an information seminar for students, scientists, and representatives of international offices of universities, research organizations, and innovative companies in St. Petersburg.

Participants will be introduced to German universities and research organizations. These include the Helmholtz Association, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and the Freie Universität Berlin.

Representatives of German foundations, organizations, universities, and research institutes will tell about support programs for internships and joint research in which students and scientists from Russia can participate. Participants will be able to ask organizations' representatives questions after the presentations.

To participate, you need to register by following the link. Registered participants will receive the event program on November 11. In-person participation is limited; you can also join the event online.


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