Application for 'Erasmus Charter for Higher Education - ECHE' made by the ETU Erasmus Coordinatorship to the European Commission was evaluated by independent experts at the European Commission, and as a result of the evaluation, our University has become entitled to have ECHE Accreditation for the 2021-2027 period by getting 100/100 points.
Thanks to the ECHE accreditation, which shows the basic principles for the Erasmus+ Higher Education Program and is designed as quality assurance, our University will be able to establish new collaborations within the scope of the Erasmus+ program in the fields of education, training, innovative practices, youth and sports, continue to take part in new consortia not only with EU countries but also with non-EU countries, during the 2021-2027 period. Students and staff will be able to apply, engage in exchange activities.
With ECHE accreditation, ETU will be able to carry out the activities of students, academic and administrative staff to receive education, give lectures or do professional internship in another institution, thanks to the Key Action 1 (Key Action 1) – Learning Mobility of Individuals projects within the scope of the Erasmus+ Program. 2) – Carry out strategic partnership projects between the educational institutions of the program member countries with the aim of developing, transferring and/or implementing innovative practices at institutional, local/regional, national or international level with Cooperation for Innovation and Good Practices projects, 3)- It will be able to continue to benefit by receiving grants from the support projects for Policy Reform and the projects carried out to encourage scientific-based policy making and to share good practices in this field.