ERASMUS is a EU education programme supporting the multilateral collobration between European higher education institutions. The programme finacially supports the student and staff (academic or administrative) exchanges and mutual projects by grants. The name Erasmus is given to the memory of the Dutch Renaissance humanist Erasmus (1469-1536), who had been a student and lecturer in various European countries.
1- A “language learning” programme
2- A “full scholarship” programme
3- A “diploma” programme
4- A “research” programme.
Flexibility: Flexibility is an important feature of today’s business life and this programme offers flexibility in education, contributes to the preparation of students to business. The contemporary business life is continously demanding adaptation to new conditions and a good preparation to this demanding life can be achieved by adapting to different conditions during education.
Maturity: Living and working in another country, dealing with its administration and bureaucracy and getting familiar with the Eurropean bureaucracy while filling out numerous forms and succesfully completing all the process will boost your self confidence and your experiences will contribute to your maturity
Career: You will have broad advantages when stepping into business life after developing your flexibility, improving your adaptation skills and reaching a certain level of maturity. The international experience that you will add to your resume will enrich your business life.
Adaptation: Developing adaptation skills is a major for preparation to business life. Today the success factors for business include adapting to foreign environments and cultures and having strong language skills. Even if you are sure that you will have a steady business life, it also will require interaction with different cultures and this programme offers you a valuable opportunity to improve your adaptation skills
The objective of the programme is to improve the higher education quality in Europe and situmulate the European integrity. The best practices in various European countries are presented to the use of all. Erasmus programme objectives: promoting the collobration of universities, supporting student and lecturer exchanges, contribution to the academic recognition of studies and degrees and transparency development