Erasmus as a mobility programme promotes international cooperation between universities, students and teachers. Erasmus students might take this unique opportunity to spend a semester or full academic year at a hosting organisation in another country and gain valuable lifelong experience. Erasmus grant recipients are selected by their home university and receive a small mobility allowance. No tuition fees are charged.
Selected internship projects:
- Advanced Technological Process Modelling
- Modern Methods of Process Control in Chemistry
- Biomedical Image Processing for Early Diagnosis
The Department of International Relations assists foreign students who come to study on the basis of existing agreements between universities, governments, or other institutions. These stays are short-term and students comply with a learning agreement approved in advance by their home universities.
ATHENS Programme offers a one-week meeting, enabling students to attend one of the courses offered by the network university. DCCE runs a course in DIGITAL SIGNAL AND IMAGE PROCESSING WITH APPLICATIONS. Read more...