What is Erasmus+ Exchange Program
Erasmus+ is an EU programme run by Turkish National Agency to promote cooperation between higher education institutions. The communication between the European Commission and Turkish universities holding an EUC (Erasmus University Charter) is managed
by Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union Education and Youth Programmes Center (National Agency). The European Commission also provides financial support for the exchange by offering grants to students that are selected for the exchange
programme. Every university in Turkey which participates in the Erasmus programme requests grants from the National Agency for all candidate Erasmus students selected for the following academic year. The National Agency evaluates these grant requests
from all Turkish universities and informs the European Commission. Please click here for detailed information on Turkish National Agency and Erasmus+ Programme. Erasmus+ programme enables Higher Education Institutions to design and carry out joint
projects and supports student and staff exchange for a semester or a year. Doğuş University is one of the first universities participating in Erasmus programme since 2005. We currently have a total
with 80 different institutions in 21 countries and are still contributing to the programme with an increasing number of exchange students and academic staff every year.
University Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator