Kütahya Dumlupınar University, received the highest grant in the project application made by the International Relations Office within the scope of the activities of ’2020 Erasmus + Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals-International Credit Mobility (KA107) Higher Education Student and Personnel between Program Countries and Partner Countries.
According to the results announced by EU Education and Youth Programs Center (Turkey National Agency) budget of over 230,000 Euros was earned for both staff and student mobility to 22 universities in 11 different countries.
The International Credit Mobility Program, which means student and staff mobility in countries other than European Union countries, prepared separate projects for each country in February and applied by the lecturers within our Coordinatorship. As a result of the project application made to this program where competition has increased and all higher education institutions in our country have the opportunity to apply; Funds were obtained for Moldova, Russia, Algeria, Georgia, Morocco, Jordan, Lebanon, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Kenya and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Head of International Relations Office Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oktay Şahbaz stated that with this project, the staff and students of our university were provided with the opportunity to conduct scientific studies in different geographies and that a significant success was achieved on the way to increase the number of participation in the mobility.
CONGRATULATION FROM UYSAL AND GÖÇMEZ
Our Vice Rector for Foreign Affairs Prof. Dr. Hasan Göçmez stated that the result is the proof that Kütahya Dumlupınar University is again one of the universities benefiting from European funds and that our university has an important potential in terms of internationalization.
Our Rector Prof. Dr. Kâzım Uysal stated that they are proud of the success they have achieved, they congratulate the foreign relations personnel who have contributed and that it is important to obtain maximum efficiency from this project and said, "I hope the project will be beneficial to all the staff and students of our university, as well as to our Kütahya."