International collaboration involving both students and their educators is the most important factor in successful research activity and premium higher education.
This collaborative process takes many forms. For example, many departments prioritise study trips abroad as an integral part of student education. Top-students in Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes are offered the opportunity to spend part of their studies at foreign universities under the ERASMUS study programme, or within the framework of science and research collaboration.
Research fellowships abroad are also provided within doctoral degree programmes.