Academic mobility

Visiting Professors

Academic mobility programs for foreign teachers: workshops and open lectures and seminars

Dubna State University invites teachers interested in expanding their educational opportunities to participate in our programs. The short-term program involves inviting to the Dubna State University teachers from a foreign partner university to conduct educational activities (giving lectures, conducting master classes and seminars) on a specific topic. The name (subject) of the course and the type of presentation of the material is chosen by the teacher and agreed with the management of the main department at Dubna State University.

Invited professors lecturing for undergraduate and graduate students of Dubna State University

Geoff Lindsey
Honorary lecturer in linguistics, director of the summer course in English phonetics, University College London (UK)

Course of lectures and seminars on phonetics

Massimo Capaccioli
Honorary Professor of Dubna State University, Professor of the University of the Administrative Region Campaign “Luigi Vanvitelli”
Popular Lectures on Astrophysics
Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted
Professor, University of Eastern Washington (America)

Lectures on American history and culture

Richard B. Hoover
Professor at Buckingham Center for Astrobiology (Buckingham, UK)
Popular lectures on astrobiology
David Blashke
Honorary Professor of Dubna State University, Professor of the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the University of Wroclaw (Poland)
Popular lectures on physics
Ladislaus W. Kahana
Professor of College of African Wildlife Management (Tanzania)
Popular science lectures
Mladen Franko
Professor of Nova Gorica University (Slovenia)
Popular lectures
Nicolas Malherbe
Professor, Researcher at the Louvre Museum
Lectures on the course "History and Culture of France"

Academic mobility programs for students

One of the leading directions of the Dubna State University is the development of an international character and a multicultural environment. Academic mobility programs are being actively implemented for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students.

Stipendium Hungaricum

Information is available at Stipendium Hungaricum


Dubna University has become one of the participants in the large-scale project “Monodukuri Engineer in Japan and Russia” (a program to preserve the Japanese tradition of handicraft production “monodzukuri”), implemented on the basis of Kindai University (Osaka, Japan).

The Monozukuri project is aimed at sharing experience with Russian universities and training highly qualified personnel in technical and natural sciences.

Kindai University and Dubna State University have been partners since 2017. To date, this program has been successfully implemented in the form of student exchange.

Exchange Program - Bachelor`s degree course
Exchange program participants
- undergraduate students (2-3 year of education)
Master Program
- Engineering and Natural Sciences, Computer Sciences, Humanitarian Sciences
Program type
- short term
The duration of the exchange program
- 1 semester (3-5 months)
The number of credits
- 30 credits.


Since 2018 Dubna State University is implementing a new student exchange program in cooperation with the University of Naples. The exchange is organized within the framework of the master’s degree program in Physics.

Exchange Program - Master`s degree course

Exchange program participants - graduate students (first year of education)
Master Program - Physics
Program type - short term
The duration of the exchange program - 1 semester (3-5 months).
The number of credits - 30 credits.


Dubna State University is a participant of the academic mobility program ERASMUS + PROGRAMME: KA1 (Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals - mobility for students and teachers) - Mobility is an opportunity for university students to do an internship at Universities- program partners.

Erasmus + is a program of the European Union aimed at supporting cooperation in the field of higher education, vocational training, support for youth and sports.
Mobility for students means the opportunity to study and / or internship abroad at a partner university for a period of 3 to 12 months. The grant amount for students is about 750-850 euro / month for EU countries (depending on the country) plus partial reimbursement of travel expenses.

To participate in the program, contact the international department of your university.

Student mobility is carried out on the basis of bilateral cooperation agreements within the framework of Erasmus + between the universities of the Program countries and the universities of the partner countries.

As participant of the Erasmus + program, Dubna State University is a partner of several universities in the EU:

Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania)

University of Nova Gorica (Slovenia)

University of Kassel(Germany)

Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan (Poland)