Training for higher education applicants of the Lviv State University of Life Safety has been completed in Estonia
As part of the ERASMUS+ program, a semester-long training for higher education applicants from the Lviv State University of Life Safety in specialties 122 “Computer Science” and 263 “Civil Security has been completed in the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences/
During academic mobility, higher education seekers studied a number of professionally oriented courses and underwent various trainings. Students and cadets received up-to-date knowledge and gained experience of NATO countries regarding the organization of safe living conditions of the civilian population, establishment of digital security, cyber hygiene during martial law, etc.
In particular, applicants of higher education at the University had the opportunity to implement educational projects within the disciplines "Cybercrime and social engineering on social networking platforms", "Geoinformation in civil protection", "Operations using UAVs" and much more.
"While studying in another country, w we experienced their educational system for ourselves, became familiar with the subjects that were offered to us in English, learned about other cultures, improved our language skills and made new friends. But the benefits of the Erasmus+ Program go beyond this: it has contributed to personal development, we have become more independent and self-sufficient," said Arsen Bereza, a participant in the program and a cadet of the KN-31 group.