Summer School in France

summer school 2016 admission

One of the many advantages of being an UFAZ student is to have a chance to participate in the summer schools organized together with the prestigious universities in France (University of Strasbourg and University of Rennes 1), partners of UFAZ.

Starting from summer 2017, 40 of our best students have been given an opportunity to participate in a two-week summer school trip to Strasbourg, France.

Students with the best academic results (L1 and L2) can participate in this program free of charge (except for the international insurance and meals, which are at the expense of the participants).

Both universities (UNISTRA, Rennes1) are equipped with modern student campuses and located in cultural and historical regions of France (Alsace for Strasbourg University, and Bretagne for Rennes 1 University).

Students are offered a rich scientific and cultural program, which includes laboratory visits, participation in conferences, French language courses and cultural activities to discover France and its historical heritage.

During their time in Strasbourg, UFAZ students have the opportunity to discover the atmosphere and spirit of centuries-old universities, which at the same time meet the modern standards of the educational world.

It was a wonderful experience to visit Strasbourg and see the beauty of this picturesque city, and get to know its friendly and warm people, and learn about their culture. Hope to see Strasbourg in the future again.

Vusal Azimov, Geophysical-Geoscience Engineering, L1 (year 2)

The Summer School that was held in Strasbourg was an unforgettable experience for all of us. We have got acquainted with French culture, with the native French language and with the capital of Europe itself. It was just amazing. I want to thank UFAZ and Unistra for this opportunity! Merci beaucoup!!

Tamilla Gambarova, Computer Science, L0 (year 1)

I'd like to say that I'm really grateful to be given the opportunity to visit France. It was such an incredible journey and I enjoyed every minute of it.

Zarifa Huseynova, Chemical Engineering, L1 (year 2)