Erasmus+ mobility in EUB
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EUB is the first private university in Romania, established in April 1990, being internationally appreciated by its ecological unique approach in all seven faculties.
Through the Erasmus Program, Ecological University of Bucharest achieved an institutional goal in 2005, when EUB won, for the first time, the selection for the European University Charter (EUC).
In 2009, the Education, Audio-visual and Culture Executive Agency, EACEA in Bruxelles, granted EUB with the Extended Erasmus University Charter. This allows EUB to obtain financing both for centralized projects (managed by EACEA) and for decentralized projects (managed by ANPCDEFP). The latest Charter was awarded in 2014 for the Erasmus+ Program 2014-2020.
In our institution, the Erasmus Program plays an important role in the development of international relations. In this respect, EUB has as a purpose the implementation of different measures, projects, programs and practices within the international area, highlighting aspects from the international relations area, environmental issues and socio-European ethics.
Through the Erasmus Program, the students (including the ones who attend the Master Program, and except for the ones who attend the first year of learning) are granted with the opportunity to study in a European Union country, from 3 months to an academic year.
The program offers mobility of study and placement for students, mobility for teaching and training for teaching staff.
The rights of the in-coming Erasmus Student
The in-coming student is allowed to use all the facilities, equipment, and devices of the laboratories, and the library.
The student benefits from a partial financial support from the Erasmus program by the allowance of a monthly amount called the Erasmus grant which covers the study period or placement fees. The Erasmus grant does not cover all the expenses of the mobility abroad.
Ecological University of Bucharest will issue a Transcript of Records with the ECTS credits obtained by the in-coming Erasmus student during the study/placement period and the equivalence of the academic/training results. The in-coming student will receive a Learning Agreement