Erasmus+ at MENDELU and Faculty of Horticulture

Erasmus is the most widely used educational mobility programme in Europe. Since 2014, the programme also offers forming educational alliances to foster cooperation between universities and other organisations create new educational methods and carry out research. Just a brief information on how it works… to exchange students and academic staff, universities must first make a bilateral agreement where they stipulate the number of students and conditions for accepting them. Universities have their English courses catalogues available online and students choose, what they are going to study beforehand. Students can also opt to do their training abroad in specialist companies or universities that complement their education and prepare them for future jobs. To study or train abroad, students get Erasmus grant helping them to cover travel, housing and living expenses. Every year some 300 students from MENDELU go to study abroad and about the same number arrive to take courses in MENDELU. The traffic for trainship is a little lower but it is important primarily for Ph.D. students who get to use new research methods and different technology essential for their research. As a university we perceive how much easier students who used Erasmus programme find employment after graduation but we also benefit from staff exchanges that bring new ideas and concepts into taching and research.


The Faculty has cooperation contracts with the following institutions:

 

Albania: Agricultural University in Tirana

Austria: Universitat fur Bodenkultur (BOKU) Wien

Finland: Häme University of Applied Sciences, Oulu University of Applied Sciences, University of Helsinki

France: Agrocampus Quest, Fesia Angers, Montpellier Supagro

Croatia: Križevci College of Agriculture

Italy: Universita degli studi della Basilicata, Universita degli studi di Firenze, Universita degli studi di Milano, University of Catania

Hungary: Corvinus University of Budapest, Szent István University

Germany: Hochshule  Geisenheim University, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitat Hannover, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences – Hochschule Anhalt, Technische universitat Munchen, Technische universitat Dresden

Netherlands: HAS Den Bosch University of Applied Sciences, Van Hall Larenstein – University of Applied Sciences, Wageningen University

Poland: University of Agriculture in Krakow, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Katolicki Universytet Lubelski Jana Pawla 2, University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Poznan University of Life Sciences, State College of Applied Sciences in Skierniewice

Portugal: Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra Romania: University of Pitesti

Slovakia: Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

Slovenia: University of Maribor, University of Ljubljana

Serbia: University of Novi Sad

Spain: University Lleida, Universidad Del País Vasco, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

Sweden: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Uppsala

Thailand: Kasetsart University Bangkok, Mae Fah Luang University Chiangrai, Ubon Ratchatani Rajabhat University

Turkey: Adnan Menderes University, Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Selcuk University, Uludag University, Inonu University, Ege University, Recep Tayyp Erdogan University, Yuzuncuu Yil University, Istanbul University

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Plumpton Collaege

United States of America: Louisiana State University

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