ECHE and Erasmus+ Policy Statement
Erasmus+ Policy Statement
The aim of our Institution is to educate young generations that have internalised democracy, secularism and republican management as a life style, have adopted scientific and rational idea, knowledge,researcher, culture, education, dominating modern technology, producing information and technology and using it for the benefit of mankind, who have superior business ethics and work discipline andare internationally ready for competition. Graduates of KFAU should be creative, reproductive, innovative, entrepreneur and beneficiary to the country and hımanity as well as global needs. International level educatioan which prepare the graduates to modern worldis the main target of KFAU. Therefore we choose our students from the top rank and support them financially as well as fully free educatioan. As a private university this is extremely important since all students have education fellowship, extra grant according to their success, free accommodation and meals KFAU aims to give high level educatioan (both theorical and practical basis) to create graduates who are able to to work at every aspects of food and agriculture. Education language is fully English and this add superiority to the graduates who are able to workin EU or non- EU countries. The curriculum of each department has been designed to meet the needs of modern world. Methods for production and processing of food and agriculture in new era is different and needs novel methods. KFAU’s educatioan system contains these new dimensions as well as traditional ones. The university has double/multiple/joint degrees (minor and major programs) between its faculty and departments and keen to establish international joint diploma programs. Students in first, second and third cycles (including study and training) are the terget groups of mobility activities. KFAU is part of one of the biggest food producing industry (ABH Holding-TORKU) in Turkey and provied excellent opportunities for training mobility. Our partners should be specifically from food and agriculture specialized institutions and sectors but also open to others from EU or non-EU countries. The education structure is important and must be compatible with KFAU. Bilateral agreements are planned between EU partner and associe countries. We already have many MoU agreements with non-EU countries: Michigan State University, Purdue University, UC Davis International University of California, University of Missouri, Montana State University, and King Saud University. Cooperation projects (KA2 and KA3) with in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme has been planned and International Coordinatioan Office has been designed to implement these projects. Our university also have a Technology Transfer Office fort he Horizon 2020 and Cosme projects that International Relations Coordinatorship will support to Technology Transfer Office for these projects. On the level of student exchange we are attempting to increase the number of bilateral agreements in order to improve the quality and increase the volume of mobility.