Guidelines Outgoing Bilateral Student Mobility

Eligibility Criteria:

● The candidates cannot be enrolled in their first and last semester of their studies
● English language level - B2 minimum
● GPA score - 70 minimum

Required Documents for Application:

● Official Transcript from Office of Student Affairs
● Copy of International Passport
● Certificate of English Language Skills
● Bilateral Student Mobility Programme Application Form

Application Procedure:

● Applicants can participate in Briefing Seminar to get detailed information about grant based and self-financed student mobility programmes and ask questions from officials.
● Applicants have to submit required documents before the deadline.
● While completing application form applicants have to select three universities from list of partner universities. Applicants have to evaluate availability of the stream and department through partner universities’ websites. The allocation process by Office of International Relations is based on GPA score of applicants.
● Depending on host university’s requirements the allocated applicants have to submit additional documents and to fill up host university’s Application Form and Learning Agreement- a document where applicants have to choose courses at host university.
● Selected courses along with credit hours at home and host Universities must coincide at least for 80%, that after returning from mobility programme the courses along with credit hours can be accepted at home University. Hence applicants have to choose the disciplines very accurately in assistance with head of departments. If there is minimum or no coincidence of credits between home and host universities, applicants may risk to prolong their study until they complete missed credits.
● Those applicants who couldn’t submit required documents by deadline can submit later but will be referred for second stage of allocation process.
● Applicants those who are accepted by receiving universities have to pay tuition fee of AIU for exchange semester. Mobility students do not pay tuition fee at host university hence have to cover their accommodation, meals, travel, insurance and visa expenses.

Additional Notes:

● Office of International Relations communicate general informations through institutional emails, notice boards and facebook page.
● Applicants have to follow Office of International Relations page at Facebook to be informed day to day information at 
● Many high ranking universities in developed nations require official TOEFL score for exchange programme hence applicants are highly advised to take up official TOEFL.

Contact Information:

Dinara Egemberdieva
International Programmes Coordinator
(Partnership, Mobility, Erasmus+ KA1)
Office of International Relations
Room No: 212, 2nd Floor, A Block
Phone number: +996 312 63 14 25 (internal 10-27)