Lev Grechishnikov, a Master student of Applied Informatics Faculty got a scholarship for semester studying at a university of Hungary. The scholarship was awarded within Stipendium Hungaricum program.
“I knew about semester internships from other students. I didn’t have a doubt to apply for the program, because Hungary with its architecture and climate had always been interesting for me. Budapest is even considered to be Paris of Hungary,” said Lev.
The student had been successful with providing with all the necessary documents for the program. After finishing all the documentary procedures he got visa and was in Hungary by the 5th of September. The first week was full of administrative procedures as he needed to obtain registration and other related documents.
“I study in English. In order to improve my knowledge I attend English classes conducted at the university. I’d like to express my special gratitude to Tatyana Grubich, Applied Informatics Faculty Lecture in charge of international activities, Sergey Kurnosov, Dean of Applied Informatics Faculty, International Relations Office and Kuban SAU governing bodies,” said Lev.