Erasmus+ 2021-2027
The new programme will be more digital, green, inclusive…. Spring brings the new programme guide and the Charta.

The Erasmus program is the central educational program of the European Union. Altinbas University will participate intensively in the Erasmus program generation 2021-2027 and is eager to implement updates in the upcoming years. Since 2013, the departments have established relationships with around 220 partner universities and offer extensive mobility options for study abroad exchanges at all levels (BA, MA, PhD) as well as visiting lectureships and staff mobility for administrators and professional services. These Inter-Institutional Agreements are the basis for a wide range of options.

The new generation 2021-2027 focuses on

Erasmus+ Digital: Promotion of digital skills of students and teachers, virtual and hybrid mobility formats; but also digitization of the program administration under the heading “Erasmus without Paper” (digital learning agreements and recognition processes, inter-institutional managers, nomination tools) and the European Student Card will be further implemented over the next years.

Green Erasmus: Integration of the education program into the European Green Deal by promoting environmentally friendly travel routes and engagement as well as cooperation projects on “green issues”, raising awareness of sustainability, the environment and climate change.

Erasmus+ social participation: directs the focus on equal opportunities through further offers and wants to explicitly address previously underrepresented target groups (e.g. socially disadvantaged, special needs, first-generation academics, small subject areas)

“Erasmus” is more than a simple exchange program! In the following, you can find out how Altinbas University uses the program and which funding lines are available …

Erasmus+ Charter and European Policy Statement

The EU-Commission awards the Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). This charter confirms that a university fulfils all requirements for successful participation in the Erasmus+ programme and demonstrates its commitment to the core topics of European higher education in the European Policy Statement: