Friday, June 22, 2018

Austrian private universities offer innovative and high quality education and provide students with personal attention at the highest academic level. Continuous internal and external evaluation of teaching and research as well as active promotion of the arts assures constant university quality development. The Austrian private universities refine existing and establish new degree programmes based on current and future educational needs. Periodic external reaccreditation reviews supplement internal quality management and provide graduates with excellent chances for their future careers.

Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna
Modul University Vienna
Sigmund Freud University
Webster Vienna Private University
Jam Music Lab Private University for Jazz and Popular Music Vienna
Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences (KL)
Danube Private University (DPU)
New Design University (NDU)

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

- Biologji bërthamë, varianti A, skema dhe zgjidhja. 
- Biologji e thelluar, varianti A, skema dhe zgjidhja. 
- Fizikë bërthamë, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Fizikë e thelluar, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Kimi bërthamë, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Kimi e thelluar, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Matematikë e thelluar, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Ekonomi bërthamë, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Ekonomi e thelluar, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Filozofi, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha frënge, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha gjermane, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha greke, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha angleze, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha italiane, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Psikologji, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Qytetari, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Sociologji, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha spanjolle, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjuha turke, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjeografi bërthamë, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Gjeografi e thelluar, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Histori bërthamë, varianti A, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Histori e thelluar, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Letërsi e thelluar, skema e vlerësimit. 
- Teknologji bërthamë, varianti A, zgjidhje. 
- Teknologji e thelluar, zgjidhje. 

Are you interested in broadening your horizons? Radboud University offers you the exciting opportunity to study or do an internship abroad as part of your Bachelor’s programme. Spending time abroad during your studies is a great way to develop yourself, have exciting new experiences, and gain a competitive advantage with future employers. International experience can be valuable in many ways, and we encourage all of our students to look at the possibilities available for going abroad.

On the International Office website, you can find all the information you need to start planning for your period abroad. Find out about the international institutions with which Radboud University has connections, and about the possibilities for funding your trip

What is the Erasmus+ programme?
The Erasmus+ programme makes it possible to follow part of your study programme at a partner university within the European Union, or to do an internship at a foreign institution. The Erasmus+ programme includes all 28 Member States, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia, and Turkey. Switzerland has created an alternative structure: they offer grants in the context of the 'Swiss-European Mobility Programme'.

What is an Erasmus+ grant?
As an Erasmus+ student you receive an allowance to cover the additional travel and living expenses of your stay abroad: the Erasmus+ grant. The amount of this grant is determined on an annual basis by Nuffic. It is related to the number of days you spend abroad for your studies or internship. The amount is linked to your country of destination.

Do I qualify for an Erasmus+ grant?
For the General Conditions for Participation, please have a look at the PDF you see here. The actual selection procedure for a stay abroad with Erasmus+ takes place within your faculty. Some faculties set specific deadlines in this context. We therefore advise you to consult the internationalisation officer of your faculty in timely fashion.

Erasmus+, extended possibilities for stay abroad for students
You can choose to go abroad for a maximum of 1 year in any phase of your studies. This means that you can study and/or do an internship abroad during both your Bachelor’s programme and your Master’s programme, for up to 12 months per study phase. An internship should take from 2 to 12 months, a period of study mobility from 3 to 12 months. You can also choose to study or do an internship abroad more than once, as long as you do not exceed the maximum 12 months period per study phase. The same applies to the PhD phase: in this phase too, you can study and/or do an internship abroad for a maximum of 12 months.

What does the Erasmus+ grant mean for me concretely?
The grant amounts are a.o. linked to the country of destination. There is furthermore a difference between grants for study purposes and for internships.

Please note: the actual grant is calculated on the basis of the number of days that you spend abroad. This calculation is based on the assumption that all months have 30 days.

In this document you will find necessary information about destinations and grant amounts. (pdf, 259 kB)

New within Erasmus+: an internship grant after graduation
The new Erasmus+ programme also offers the option of doing a study or work-related internship abroad for a maximum of 1 year after your graduation. This can be a great step towards an international career because it allows you to gain international work experience. It also enables you to expand your CV. You have to apply for this grant, which is subject to the same conditions as the normal Erasmus+ grant, in your last year of study. For more information, please contact your faculty contact person.

Group 1

Countries of destination with high living expenses

Austria, Denmark, Finland,
France, Ireland, Italy,
Norway, Sweden,
United Kingdom

Group 2

Countries of destination with average living expenses

Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic,
Germany, Greece, Iceland,
Luxemburg, The Netherlands,
Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey

Group 3

Countries of destination with relatively low living expenses

Bulgaria, Estonia, Hungary,
Latvia, Lithuania, Malta,
Poland, Rumania, Slovakia,
former Yugoslavian Republic
The Medical University of Vienna is the largest medical institution in Austria and one of the most important research centres in Europe. With its long history and tradition, which covers 650 years, it has developed into a highly modern research institution. It employs a staff of 5,500, of which 3,600 are academic staff. 1,600 are medical doctors at Europe’s largest university hospital, the Vienna General Hospital. Each year more than 100,000 patients are treated as inpatients, 53,000 operations are conducted and about 540,000 outpatients receive initialtreatment in the day clinics. Creating, sharing and applying knowledge are inextricably linked at the MedUni Vienna – research, teaching and patient care are in constant dialogue with each other.

Faculties and programmes
Medicine degree programme | Dentistry degree programme | Medical Informatics master’sprogramme | Postgraduate continuing education courses for health professionals | Applied Medical Science & PhD programmes: Biomedical Engineering; Biostatistics & Complex Systems; Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Disease; Cell Communication in Health and Disease; Clinical Endocrinology; Clinical Experimental Oncology; Clinical Neurosciences; Endocrinology and Metabolism; Immunology; Inflammation and Immunity; Integrative Structural Biology; Malignant Diseases; Mechanisms of Cell Biology; Medical Informatics; Medical Physics; Mental Health and Behavioural Medicine; Molecular, Cellular and Clinical Allergology; Molecular Drug Targets; Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Signaling; Molecular Signal Transduction; Neuroscience; Metabolism and Nutrition; Organ failure, Replacement and Transplantation; Preclinical and Clinical Research for Drug Development; Public Health; Regeneration of Bones and Joints; RNA Biology

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Why do public universities in Germany not charge any tuition fees?
Almost anywhere in Europe and the world, universities charge tuition fees - if only from foreigners who come to that country for their studies. Germany is one of the few countries in Europe where you can study for free, even if you are from Asia, Africa or elsewhere.

Germans generally believe that education should not be treated as a commercial product, and that free access to higher education ensures economic growth and welfare for the greater population. In the recent past, there was legislation allowing public universities to charge very modest tuition fees of 1,000 euros annually. But after years of public protests, the tuition fees were abolished again in 2014.

Also, Germany’s governments of recent years have realised the economic and social benefits of immigration. Germany wants to get the smartest minds to study into the country, and ideally to stay after graduation; and that is why they generally oppose tuition fees for foreigners, as well.

If tuition is free, does that mean the universities are not very good?
Far from it! Germany’s universities are among the best in the world, and you can expect to receive a world-class education as a foreign student. Many of the larger institutions regularly rank among the top 100 in international rankings. The fact that higher education at public universities is tuition-free is a purely political decision by the German government. A degree from a German university will be respected around the world and open many doors for your career choices.

Friday, June 8, 2018

Profesionale B - Kliko KetuScholarships recognize academic excellence and may also take into account community involvement, leadership, creativity and other qualities.

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In-course Scholarships are available to students currently registered at the University of Toronto. Additional information on In-course Scholarships is available through a Division's (Campus, Faculty, College) Registrar's Office.

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