Erasmus program is a student exchange program carried out by the European Union. The Erasmus program provides undergraduate students with international education and internship opportunities, and graduate and doctoral students can also benefit from this project. The ERASMUS project includes different programs ranging from 3 months to 1 year. Students can choose universities in 37 different countries. Erasmus Program aims to increase the quality of education by ensuring the cooperation of higher education institutions of the European Union and cooperation countries. Thanks to this exchange program, students have the opportunity to meet people from different cultures and get to know new lifestyles. Erasmus increases mobility between universities in Europe by covering the research projects of students and teaching staff, academic curriculum development, education and financial costs.
Conditions sought from students who will apply:
¬ Having completed one year in undergraduate or graduate programs
¬ Academic GPA being 2.00 / 4.00 for undergraduate students and 2.50 / 4.00 for graduate or doctoral students
¬ At least 70 points from foreign language proficiency exams such as TOEFL / IELTS,
¬ Must not have participated in the program before.