Did you know that, with Erasmus+ mobility programmes, you can spend 12 months
of your higher education in Europe?


Ufuk Üniversity International Relations and Erasmus+ Office is a department that has been founded to help with the university’s internationalization effort. Our department’s main goal is to organize and develop our university’s international academic relations. In this direction, it is our prime responsibility to establish connections with foreign distinguished higher education institutions; in order to facilitate academic activities for both our students and staff, such as exchange, academic research and scientific studies. As well as providinh support and guidance to both incoming and outgoing mobilities. Among our objectives is to create a completely internationalized university environment, by signing agreements with EU programmes compatible with Bologna process. As well as keeping quality over quantity on all matters.

Information sheet

A. Gözde İYİCİL, PhD.
Ufuk University Institutional Coordinator







With Erasmus+ programmes, it is possible for students and staff to benefit from mobility opportunities like traineeship, studying, teaching and training.  Erasmus+ activity is divided into key actions, widely known as KA.



With 12 bilateral agreements , Ufuk University provides opportunity to study in Europe. With study mobility, you can study in a institution of your choice for 3 – 12 months.



Erasmus+ is not all about studying. With mobility programmes funded by EU, you can spend your summer vacation at a institute or corporation of your choice.


Academic staff of Ufuk University, can teach in a European institute as part of Erasmus+ mobility programme.


Our academic and admisinistrative staff can benefit from Erasmus+ mobility programme, by attending training sessions in Europe.



European Union, grants financial support to both student and staff who benefits from Erasmus+ programme mobilities.


Before Erasmus+ activity is possible, two universities must sign a bilateral agreement. As Ufuk University, we have 12 bilateral agreements signed regarding numerous departments within our institute.
Detailed Information and Complete List of Our Agreements

Palacky University

Country: Czech Republic

Founded: 1573

Stdnt.: 24.000

E+ Quota: 3

University of Würzburg

Country: Germanny

Founded: 1402

Stdnt: 28.878

E+ Quota: 3

Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Country: Portugal

Founded: 1973

Stdnt: 19.812

E+ Quota: 3

Czestochova University of Technology

Country: Poland

Founded: 1949

Stdnt: 11.626

E+ Quota: 4

Trakia University

Country: Bulgaria

Founded: 1995

Stdnt: 9.000

E+ Quota: 6

Universitatea Ovidius din Constanta

Country: Romania

Founded: 1961

Stdnt: 15.000

E+ Quota: 3

University of Oradea

Country: Romania

Founded: 1990

Stdnt: 19.000

E+ Quota: 9

University of Economics and Innovation

Country: Poland

Founded: 2000

Stdnt: 12.000

E+ Quota: 3

BBA INSEEC ECE Ecole de Commerce

Country: France

Founded: 1988

Stdnt: 7.843

E+ Quota: 4

South-West University "Neofit Rilski"

Country: Bulgaria

Founded: 1975

Stdnt: 12.579

E+ Quota: 8

Radom Academy of Economics

Country: Poland

Founded: 1998

Stdnt: 6.800

E+ Quota: 4

Medical University, Pleven

Country: Bulgaria

Founded: 1974

Stdnt:: 756

E+ Quota: 2

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An introductory meeting will be held to inform students and staff who wishes to be part of the Erasmus+ programme.





MARCH 2022




Students who are willing to participate in a 2-12 months internship in Europe within the framework of Erasmus+ are welcome to apply.


JULY 2021





Ufuk University will be accepting applications for empty foreign student quotas.



Almila Taşdemir

Hi, I am Almila 🙂 I am a 3rd year student of English Language Teaching at our university. I did Erasmus at Ovidius University of Constanta in Romania in the spring semester of 2019-2020. Because of my department, I love to speak English, so doing Erasmus was something I already planned when I went to university. As you know, 1st year students cannot do Erasmus because their grade point averages have not been formed yet, so I did my learning mobility in the spring semester of my 2nd year.

Aleyna Özkoç

Hello to everyone. I am Aleyna, a 2nd year student of Political Science and International Relations at our school. During the Spring Semester of my 2nd year, I did Erasmus at Oradea University in Romania. This year was very different for me, like every student. Due to the virus, I did not have the chance to get to know the city and my school very well. But I wanted to tell you about the process until this period got serious.

Şeyma Aslan

When I started my Erasmus adventure, I took the foreign language proficiency exam at first, so I followed the Erasmus announcements. After learning my exam result, I looked at the countries within the scope of Erasmus on our school’s website. Considering which country would be more advantageous for me to do an internship based on what our teachers told me in the course, I also made a selection in my mind in order not to be a stranger to the legal system of the country I was going to. I chose the countries based on the Continental European legal system, that is, the countries with a written rule of law and based on Roman law.

Gözde Nur Çırpanlı

Hello, I am a 4th year student at the Faculty of Law at our university. Last semester, I continued my education at NOVA (Universidade Nova de Lisboa – Lisbon) within the framework of Erasmus+ Learning Mobility. With this article, I would like to share my experiences with friends who are considering participating in Erasmus+. Participating in the Erasmus+ program within the framework of Study Mobility was a difficult decision at first. Because it is not possible for us to take our compulsory and annual courses at the Faculty of Law in the country we go to. However, the fact that we will be able to take the make-up exams for the annual courses due to the right granted by our faculty and therefore we will not lose a semester gave me great encouragement in this regard.

Accessible Erasmus+ / Inclusion Support


Erasmus+ Program encourages the participation of people with special needs in the program. A person with special needs is a potential participant whose personal physical condition, mental state or health condition does not allow them to participate in the project/mobility activity unless there is additional financial support.

After the inclusion support participant is selected, if the participant has an additional grant request, the approximate additional costs are determined and the additional grant is requested. Additional grant requests can be made within the contract period, but in any case, up to 60 days before the contract end date. After the participant’s activity ends, an increase in the grant cannot be requested. The application form should explain why the inclusion support is needed, attach supporting documents (for example, if the inclusion support is disability related, a doctor’s report (not older than 3 months) or a copy of the disability card, a doctor’s report for chronic diseases) giving information about the disability and its level.In addition, documents containing the knowledge that the student/staff to be hosted by the higher education institution are aware that they are a participant in need of inclusion support and their commitment to have the appropriate equipment are attached to the form. The requested additional grant amounts and why they are needed should be shown in detail on the form as requested. The requested grant must be directly related to the purpose of enabling the participant to participate in the activity.

Higher education institutions are responsible for ensuring that the application forms are correct and complete, and necessary arrangements should be made by the host higher education institution to meet the needs of the student/staff. Additional grant applications are evaluated by the National Agency; It decides whether an additional grant can be given and, if so, the appropriate amount of grant. For participants with inclusion support, the final additional grant will be awarded based on the actual amount of the expenditure incurred. Invoices regarding the use of the additional grant given at the end of the activity must be provided and kept in the participant’s file to be submitted in possible controls. Undocumented expenditures and expenditures above the contractual inclusion support beneficiary grant are not considered eligible, even if they are incurred.



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