Online mobility in Croatia
In February 2020, I was supposed to go to study in Croatia, at the University of Zagreb. However, the situation in the country due to the pandemic and two terrible earthquakes (the building of my faculty was partially destroyed), forced the university to switch completely to online till the end of the academic year. It was clear from their letters that the quarantine measures had been increasing since January, and by the end of January, visa issuance had been closed. These circumstances made me think about either rescheduling for the fall or going online. The final decision was made by our training office of the Faculty of Law, where I was clearly told that no subjects would be able to re-credit me and that I would have to take the missed courses next year. In this regard, I realized that it is better to pass online mobility, combining with studying in Moscow.
Summing up, I will say that it was very interesting! I gained a great knowledge of European legislation in this area, as well as the Russian Federation, as I had to familiarize myself with all the legal acts regulating this area. Of course, in the beginning, the biggest difficulty was the individual curriculum and the schedule, but now you know all the pitfalls and can safely get around them. Good luck to all of you!