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The Academy is also a participant of the Erasmus+ Programme. This provides an opportunity for its students to gain experience of studying abroad, expand their horizons and circle of acquaintances.

Studying process is carried out by a student in a partner higher education institution to obtain credits of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System and / or relevant competencies, as well as learning outcomes (without obtaining ECTS credits), which will be recognized at the Academy.

All relevant information and current news about projects can be found on the Instagram page of the International Relations Office.

If you wish to participate in the Erasmus+ Programme, you can fill out the Google-form. After filling out the form, we will save your application and contact you, when a competition for your course is announced.

The full list of partner institutions and associations can be found on the relevant page.

Full information about legal features regarding implementation of the Erasmus+ Programme can be found in «Regulations on the Procedure for Exercising the International Academic Mobility Right of Students of the Ukrainian National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music under the Erasmus+ Programme» and «Procedure for Exercising the Academic Mobility Right of Students and Staff of the Ukrainian National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music (During the Operation of the Legal Regime of Martial Law on the Territory of Ukraine)».

The selection of programme participants, the list of requirements, documents, and conditions of mobility are determined separately, in accordance with the concluded agreements and other regulations.

To participate, full-time students who have successfully completed the first year of bachelor’s studies, in addition, must also meet certain criteria, such as:

• have GPA score of at least 90, and no academic debts during the previous academic year
• have participated in national and international competitions, cultural projects, master classes, etc.
• have a sufficient level of foreign language proficiency (determined according to the requirements of the host institution)

To apply, student must submit the following documents by the deadline:
• resume;
• copy of the first page of the foreign passport;
• for bachelors’ – Transcript of Records: an extract with grades and credits for each subject, certified by the Dean’s Office;
• for masters’ – a scanned copy of the bachelor’s diploma with a diploma supplement;
• certificate confirming the knowledge of a foreign language not lower than the level specified in the agreement between the Academy and the host institution;
• Motivation Letter;
• Recommendation Letter from the main specialty tutor;
• video recordings of works (according to the requirements of the host institution).

To submit required documents and fill out an application, student may use this Google-form.


For the period of study at the host institution, the student retains their place of study and scholarship payment at the Academy.

Upon completion of the Erasmus+ Programme, subject to the student’s fulfilment of the Academic Mobility Agreement, the academic scholarship will be awarded on a general basis.

During the Erasmus Programme, the participating student will receive a scholarship from the host institution. Scholarships are regulated by the relevant Agreement between the Academy and the partner higher education institution.

Student must regularly send a report on their participation in concerts, master classes, conferences, etc. to the International Relations Office of the Academy.

After completing the study programme, the student receives Transcript of Records, a current record of the student’s educational achievements, from the partner HEI. Then, ECTS credits are transferred on its basis.

Also, at the end of the academic programme, the student must submit a general report. The report includes full description of lectures, master classes, educational and practical experience, that became an integral part of the student’s mobility.

Some countries have their own evaluation systems. For more information on different systems, visit links below:
1. The Italian Republic
2. The Kingdom of Spain
3. The Federal Republic of Germany