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The goal of the MOST program is to encourage contacts between citizens of Belarus and member nations of the European Union. You can become an applicant if you plan to:

  • acquire new experience and knowledge;
  • work with international peers in a variety of sectors;
  • set up joint projects with European partners;
  • find out about innovation, products and advanced technology;
  • represent Belarus and the results you achieved while working in the EU.

MOST places virtually no restrictions on applicant age (18 years or older), education or field of expertise.

The project themes are diverse: science, technology, business, innovation, IT, culture, healthcare, civil society, sports, tourism and others.

Ways of building contacts in the EU:
  • master classes;
  • conferences;
  • festivals;
  • trade shows;
  • information visits to organizations, companies and educational institutions;
  • internships of varying duration.
Participation in the MOST can use one of three formats:
07
days
short-term
short-term stay implies a trip to Europe of up to 7 days. You can go alone or as part of a group of 2 to 5.
short-term
28
days
long-term
long-term stay allows you to spend up to 28 days in the EU. This can be a one-person trip only.
long-term
14
days
return visit
EU citizens who are partners of Belarusian MOST participants can make return visits of up to 14 days. A requirement for this trip format is a project completed successfully by a Belarusian partner with the help of MOST.
return visit

To submit an application, you need to fill out the application form, which will be forwarded to subject experts for evaluation. The final decision rests with the Steering Committee, which includes the Delegation of the European Union to Belarus and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus.