List of Those Eligible to Participate in the 2020 Contract Term Erasmus+ Student Learning Mobility Program

08 March 2022

Erasmus success scores -Language score 50% and GPA 50%- were taken into consideration, and the Erasmus Final Score was calculated according to the evaluation criteria and weighted scores table used in evaluating the mobility applications in our previous announcement.

The list of those who took the exam dated February 14nd, 2022 and who were eligible to benefit from the Erasmus program for the Fall semester of the 2022-2023 academic year has been announced. If any student who is selected eligible for grant would like to cancel Erasmus+ Mobility, the grant would be given to the next student on the list. In such a case, the student will be informed directly by our office via e-mail.

Students who are in the status of backup can benefit from learning and traineeship mobility without a grant if they wish.

NOTE: Contracted Universities and their Quotas can be found on our Erasmus website

Bilateral Agreements. You can get detailed information from your department/Faculty coordinators. It is important that you learn about schools and languages of instruction before making a choice.

Students who will participate in the learning mobility have to bring their University Preference Petitions approved by the department coordinator to our office until March 16th, 2022 (12:00 P.M.)

You can access the lists of universities with which your department has an agreement, their language of instruction and their quotas, by clicking on the link below: Bilateral Agrements (All information may change due to covid-19 and administrative reasons) We kindly ask to choose three alternative universities due to renewal contract or quota situations of the opposite universities.

(For our Erasmus website – please do not forget to switch the page language preferences to English from the top of the pages)

We wish you a good luck!