Eurasian Chapter

Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association
The chapter unites EMA members from: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan.

Our goals

  • to increase the awareness about Erasmus Mundus scheme and education in Europe among prospective students and within the academic circles of our region
  • to spread the information about the scope and quality of Erasmus Mundus programs to the employers on the CIS and Mongolia labour market in order to increase the employability of our alumni
  • Encourage networking among our members to foster the feeling of belonging to Erasmus Mundus community

Our achievements

  • Promotion of the programme through presentations at universities, youth organisations and higher education fairs in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Ukraine.
  • Organisation of pre-departure seminars for newly selected Erasmus Mundus students in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine.
  • Reintegration seminar for alumni returning to live and work in their home country (Moscow, Russia)
  • Testing professional webinars scheme, which we look forward to being expanded
  • Establishing a close cooperation with the EU Delegations in Georgia, Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine and with Tempus offices in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, as well as a number of universities in the mentioned countries.

Country representatives

Many countries of our region have native a native student or graduate as an country EMA representative who can answer the questions of potential applicants, represent EMA at local events and promote Erasmus Mundus in their respective country.

Our partners

Press releases

 Promotional materials

Chapter in social networks

President

Kateryna Shalayeva (Ukraine) is a development strategist and change manager, educational practitioner and researcher. She holds MSc and PhD in sociology and LLM in international law. She is a member of the Pool of European Youth Researchers, EU-Council of Europe Youth Partnership, the Pool of Trainers of the Youth Department, Council of Europe, the Working Group of the UNESCO Learning Metrics Task Force.  Kateryna is a feminist scholar and women’s rights activist.

Promotion coordinator

Lusine Shahmuradyan is from Yerevan, Armenia. She is doing the Erasmus Mundus Master Program MathMods: Mathematical Modeling in Engineering. She has done her studies in Italy, France and currently doing her Master thesis in Germany. She spends her time enjoying Math, playing chess and traveling through Europe. Please do not hesitate to contact her, if you want to organise Eramus Mundus promotion events in your university, city or home country!

Communication Coordinator

Viktoriia Mudrak
"I am originally from Ukraine, Kremenchuk. In 2011-2013, I took Master Programme in International Migration and Social Cohesion (MISOCO). Before that I studied Sociology in Lund University, Sweden (MSc) and in National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine (BA). I love travelling, meeting lots of interesting and completely different people, and learning new cultures, as those all broaden your horizons and worldview. I think Erasmus Mundus is a great opportunity to learn the world via science/academy and simple everyday life interactions."    


Professional development coordinator

Oles Avramenko is from Kyiv, Ukraine. He has graduated from the KNU, Cybernetics (BSc) in 2011 and got enrolled to the EM MathMods MSc (Italy, Germany, France). He´s currently doing an internship in the IT development (near Nice, France) as his master thesis. He enjoys life alot and with EM he feels involved in global activities. His objective is to determine gradient of development for each particular student, to provide necessary support.


Network coordinator

Olena Burkovska is from Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. After obtaining her master degree in Ukraine, she undertook Erasmus Mundus Master Course in Mathematical Modeling in Engineering (MathMods) from 2010 to 2012. Olena  has conducted her studies in Italy (L'Aquila), Germany (Hamburg, Munich) and Spain (Barcelona).  Currently she is pursuing her PhD degree in Technical University of Munich. She is actively participating within the association: in Realize IT projects, working with Internal Affairs Team and as course representative. In her free time she feels inspired by travelling, reading books and meeting new people.