The Erasmus Office at MIT University Skopje acts as the basic unit that collaborates with all faculties at the university. Primary goal of this office is to create conditions which will allow students from the entire University to take part in student educational exchange, as well as to provide academic mobility of the teaching staff to universities across Europe.
For this purpose, the Erasmus Office actively engages in building bilateral collaboration with universities across Europe and enables further development of the educational process, gaining new experiences and knowledge, as well as providing exchange of the cultural values between Macedonian students enrolled at MIT University Skopje and their counterparts at the European universities.
The Erasmus Programme functions for more than 26 years and it targets students, enabling them exchange with other students from universities in Europe. This programme aims at creating a student network, but beyond the social aspect, the primary goal is academic mobility and gaining educational experience abroad.
The opportunities for students that Erasmus opens are enormous, therefore, our office engages in activities that will bring these opportunities closer to students enrolled at out university and allow them to actively participate. MIT University is a partner of the Erasmus Programme and hereby in the upcoming academic year of 2013-2014 students will be able to participate in the realization of this programme in line with the available opportunities, and starting from mid 2013 the Erasmus Office at MIT University Skopje will start the procedure of application for partnership for the new Erasmus Programme 2014-2022 – Erasmus for all.
On behalf of MIT University Skopje we invite you to be part of the Erasmus Programme and thus gain more experience and knowledge in another educational model, meanwhile representing MIT University Skopje and the Republic of Macedonia.
Head of Erasmus Office: Docent d-r Katerina Valjanovska, email: email@example.com
Pursuant to the Law on High Education, the Rulebook of MIT University, the Erasmus Programme and the collaboration and directions from the National Agency of European Educational Programmes and Mobility, the Erasmus Office of MIT University opens this INTERNAL
for selection of students from MIT University to participate in Erasmus Mobility in the summer semester of the academic 2013-2014
Eligible to apply are all full-time students who have acquired the right to enroll in second or third year of study in the first cycle (bachelor studies) for academic 2013-2014, as well as students enrolled in the fourth year of studies in the second cycle (master studies).
Students are required to have good command of English language, which will be tested by the lecturers at MIT University.
Students can apply to one of the following mobility programmes:
The call is open until 2pm on 20.11.2013. Applications should be submitted electronically via email: firstname.lastname@example.org and distributed in printed version to docent Katerina Veljanovska Ph.D. The application form is located on our website.
Lectures at University "Aleksandar Dupchek" in Trenchin will be held in Slovakian and English language, and in Croatian and English language at the University "Josip Juraj – Strossmayer".
Erasmus Office, MIT University Skopje
MIT University as a partner of the University College of International Relations and Diplomacy in Zagreb "Dag Hammarskjorld" is invited to participate in the student conference organized by the University College of International Relations and Diplomacy "Dag Hammarskjorld" in Zagreb . The Conference will be held from 08.10. to 11.10.2013 in Zagreb on the premises of the University College "Dag Hammarskjorld".
MIT University invites you to participate in this conference where lectures will be held by politicians, diplomats and professors from many countries in this region and in Europe during which students will be able to ask questions and actively participate in the open discussions of all questions related to the topics of the lectures.
Moreover, students will be able to make contacts with their counterparts from Zagreb as well as from the other university college institutions which will take part in the conference, aiming to create a student network and exchange experiences.
The number of students participating in the conference is not limited.
University College of International Relations and Diplomacy in Zagreb "Dag Hammarskjorld" provides food and drinks within the agenda of the conference, whereas travel and (hostel) accommodation expenses will be borne by participants in the conference in their personal arrangement.
For more details on the call for conference participation students are encouraged to consult with Docent Oliver Andonov, Ph.D. The application is open until 30.09.2013 and should be submitted to Katerina Veljanovska, Ph.D.
Erasmus Office at MIT University Skopje