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The article provides a theoretical analysis of the concept of "academic mobility" and focuses on the components of academic mobility of students at Siberian Federal University. The authors analyzed the documents that regulate academic exchange at Siberian Federal University. The paper summarizes pedagogical studies of problems experienced by Russian and foreign students, both participating and not participating in academic mobility programs. The paper introduces a questionnaire for the ascertaining experiment and its analysis. The theoretical and experimental analysis revealed the main difficulties faced by Russian and foreign Erasmus students. It also checked their awareness of various academic mobility programs and opportunities. Based on the results obtained, the authors developed recommendations that will help program managers to improve the implementation of academic exchange programs and their promotion.

students, Erasmus, barriers of academic mobility, research methods, questionnaires
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