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European Union Education and Youth Programmes Erasmus Programme Student Mobility Directive

DOKUZ EYLÜL UNIVERSITY

European Union Education and Youth Programs

Erasmus Program

Student Mobility Directive

 

Objective and Scope

Article 1- The objective of these Code of Practice, in the scope of Erasmus Student Exchange Program among European Union Education  and Youth Programs, is to organize the issues concerning the students who come from universities included in the program and other higher education institutions to Dokuz Eylül University with the purpose of education and training and the students who go from  Dokuz Eylül University to  universities included in the program and other higher education institution with the purpose of education and training.

 

Definitions

Article 2- The terms in this Directive are as follow:

European Union Education and Youth Programs: European Union General Education Program,

Erasmus Program: the relevant program about higher education of European Union General Education Program,

University: Dokuz Eylül University,

Unit: Faculty, Institute, College,

International Office: Dokuz Eylül University /Erasmus International Office,

Institution Coordinator:  Dokuz Eylül University/Institution's Erasmus Coordinator,

Unit Coordinator: Dokuz Eylül University/Unit's Erasmus Coordinator,

Department Coordinator: Dokuz Eylül University/Department's Erasmus Coordinator,

National Agency: European Union Education and Youth Program Center,

Senate: Dokuz Eylül University Senate,

Commission: the Commission conducting selection process of students to benefit from Erasmus exchange,

Inter-institutional Agreement: the academic- administrative staff and student Exchange agreement signed between both the university units and the units of the universities under Erasmus Program.

Learning Agreement: the agreement indicating the courses and course credits taken by the exchange students and signed by both Universities' Erasmus Unit Coordinator and the student,

Learning Agreement for Traineeship: the traineeship agreement related to the work ship program during the traineeship process,

Letter of Verification: the official document indicating the grant amount of the Erasmus exchange student,

Student Contract: the contract signed between the student and the university enabling the student to receive grant,

Erasmus Student Charter: the document given to the student taking part in Erasmus exchange program prior to their departure which indicates the rights and obligations of the student,

Learning Permit: the permit given to the Erasmus exchange student by the Unit's Board of Management,

Letter of Acceptance/Invitation: the document indicating the acceptance of the incoming Erasmus student by the University,

Confirmation of Stay: the document indicating the period of time of education in the University taken by the Incoming Erasmus Student,

ECTS: European Credit Transfer System.

 

Section 1

OUTGOING STUDENT

Terms of Benefit from Exchange for University Units

Article 3- First of all, there must be a bilateral agreement between the institutions in order to exchange students in the scope of Erasmus student mobility. Original copy of the agreement is submitted to the International Office every year before the declared deadline.

 

General Terms regarding students' benefiting from Erasmus Study and Work Placement Mobility.

Article 4-

a)         The student must be;

-a citizen of Turkish Republic and/or,

-a registered student in the University though being a citizen of other countries.

b)        Students can train abroad in scope of the program for minimum 3 and maximum 12 months. The duration of the traineeship is minimum 2 and maximum 12 months. Students can benefit from Study and/or Work Placement Mobility for every section (bachelor, post graduate, doctorate) more than once with grant or without grant for 12 months. This process cannot be more than 12 months even if it is without grant.

c)         The student must be registered to a formal education program for associate/bachelor/master/doctorate degrees. The students in foreign languages preparation class, vertical transfer preparation program, adaptive program and post-graduate scientific preparation cannot benefit from Erasmus program. (Preparation class is not acknowledged as first year.)

ç)         Associate/bachelor/master/doctorate degree 1st year students apply for Erasmus program with their grade point average on their transcripts of fall semester.

d)        Associate and Bachelor degree students who apply for the program must have a grade point average of minimum 2.20 in 4-point grading system, master and doctorate degree students must have a grade point average of minimum 2.50 in 4-point grading system. In the units where 100-point grading system is used, it is determined whether the minimum grade point average is reached by using Grade Point Conversion table prepared by Higher Education Council.

e)         Students apply on DEBIS between the announced dates, according to the criteria determined by the University and the National Agency. (Disciplinary punishment and retaking a failed course are not obstacles for the students to apply.)

 

f)         The student choose between the universities, which he/she will go, within the scope of inter- institutional agreements.

g)         It is necessary for the students to prove their proficiency on the education language of the chosen institutions with a foreign language certificate taken in last 2 years and the equivalence of which is acknowledged by Interuniversity Council. In case of not having the certificate, they have foreign language proficiency exam organized by the university. The university does not have the obligation of organizing an exam for every language. The university announces in which language or languages the exams would be organized. The minimum passing score which should be taken from the foreign language exam organized by the university in order to be evaluated is determined and declared by the Commission every year. It is necessary that the grade on the foreign language certificate taken by the student must be equivalent to the minimum passing score of the foreign language exam organized by the university. However, apart from the foreign language proficiency exam organized by the university, the university that the student chooses may demand a foreign language grade such as TOEFL, IELTS, TELC etc.

h)        The students who submit a foreign language certificate, equivalance of which is acknowledged by the Interuniversity Council, do not enter the foreign language proficiency exam organised by the university.

 

ı) During the study mobility, he student supposed to have at least 30 ECTS for a semester and 60 ECTS for an academic year.

 

Evaluation of the Applications

Article 5-

a)         Applications are evaluated by "Dokuz Eylül University Erasmus Student Exchange Selection and Evaluation Commission". This commission consists of following members:

  • relevant Vice Chancellor
  • Institution Coordinator
  • Head of Student Affairs

b)        The commission takes the selection criteria determined by the National Agency every year into consideration while evaluating the applications. At the end of the evaluation; candidate, original and waiting lists are compiled accordingly.

c)         The results of evaluation are announced on the university's website as candidate, original and waiting lists including the scores the applicant students get.

 

Withdrawal of candidateship

Article 6- In case the original candidate cannot attend the exchange program (with reasons such as health, family, economic etc.) relevant units submit an official document which includes student's petition in appendix to the International Office until the date announced by the International Office. In this case, the first candidate on the waiting list has the right to benefit from the exchange program instead of the original candidate.

 

Functioning of Erasmus Program

Article 7-

a)         Dokuz Eylül University Erasmus Student Exchange Selection and Evaluation Commission is responsible for functioning of the program in the university.

b)        The Commission determines annual work program concerning planning and implementation of the program.

c)         The Commission determines the division of student exchange quota assigned by the National Agency into units/departments.

d)        The Commission determines the dates of foreign language exams which are organized for the students who want to benefit from exchange program and announces the dates on the university's website.

 

 

Study Mobility

Article 8-

a) Academic recognition and required documents

            1) The university is obliged to provide full recognition for the semester spent abroad. Before student's departure, the equivalence of the semester to be spent abroad and, accordingly, compatibility of the course contents taken at the partner institution are controlled in order to provide recognition. In case the students succeed in the courses indicated in the Learning Agreement, the Units provide recognition process to be run automatically upon students' submitting the transcript received from the host institution to their own unit. The students do not contact with department directors and academic members in order to provide recognition of the courses.

            2) Learning Agreement (LA):

If the students selected for the exchange program benefit from Student Mobility, Learning Agreement (LA) is signed. Before the Erasmus Study Mobility period starts, defined syllabus is confirmed in writing by means of signing Learning Agreement (LA). The host institution guarantees that it provides the courses written in the Learning Agreement, the students guarantee that they find the courses appropriate and follow them and the university guarantees that the courses taken are accepted and full recognition will be provided. The unit of student determine that which courses are valid for which courses at own university (or which one is exempt).  Students' courses in the Learning Agreement are determined by the Department's Erasmus Coordinator of the student and relevant document is signed by the Department's Erasmus Coordinator and the host institution. Alterations in the Learning Agreement owing to various reasons are done in maximum 1 month following the start of the academic semester in the higher education institution which the students go to and approved again by the authorities of the unit which the students are registered to and the higher education institution which the students go to. The Unit's Board of Management is authorized for making decisions concerning the recognition of the courses taken without an approval.

 

 

  1. (Proof of Recognition):  The equivalence of the courses which the student will take abroad in the scope of Learning Agreement to the courses included in the curriculum of the university they are registered to (which courses he will be exempt from) is determined with the Proof of Recognition issued by the student, Department's Erasmus Coordinator and the Head of Department occurring same time as the Learning Agreement. In case there is an alteration in the Learning Agreement, a new Proof of Recognition is issued.
  2. Providing recognition for all the credits the student takes and succeeds while abroad; the number of credits the student succeeds abroad during Erasmus program is subtracted from the total credits the student needs to graduate. It is not expected that the course contents should be exactly the same in order to provide recognition, it is taken into consideration that the attainments offered at the partner university should be gained for the registered diploma program. It is important to match the courses in terms of content and learning outcomes. Because, being Erasmus partner with a university means that the coherence of the curriculum offered at the partner university is accepted. The full recognition terms in the Erasmus University Charter are applied.
  3. In order to guarantee academic recognition, Unit's Board Decision is issued indicating the syllabus to be followed while abroad (courses written in Learning Agreement) is considered equivalent to which courses in the curriculum of the registered program before the student's departure. The above mentioned decision is updated if there is any alteration in the syllabus to be followed. Thus, the recognition is done automatically. The total ECTS of the courses succeeded during Erasmus semester are subtracted from the total credits the student needs to graduate. In students’ transcript issued by the university, the courses student takes and succeeds while abroad appear with their original names, credits, codes and grades.
  4. Board's Decision: Students consult to their Units to be given leave of absence while abroad during their Erasmus program. Students continue to pay the tuition which they are obliged to pay to their university during the time they spend abroad. The tuition is paid to the university on the dates determined in the academic calendar, the student do not pay anything to the institution they go to. However, the student are responsible for the expenditures such as accommodation, transportation, personal consumption, feeding, and health insurance. That the semester on which the student is given leave of absence is regarded as the time of the student's study period and the recognition of courses are clearly stated on the document. Within the frame of the program, students are also regarded as they are given leave of absence for their minor and double major education programs. This is stated in the Board's Decision as well.

b)        Required documents for the Grant Agreement

Every student signs a "Student Study Mobility Grant Agreement" with the University before they receive the exchange grant.

 

Required documents:

. Letter of Acceptance / Invitation

. Learning Agreement for Studies

. Board's Decision

. Transcript

. Drawing Euro Account

. Visa

. Health and travel insurance

. Online Linguistic Support-OLS

 

c) Required documents which the student must submit after they return:

. Confirmation of Stay / Certificate of Enrollment

. Original Passport and copy of the page on which in-and-out dates are stated

. Transcript of the education semester spent abroad

. Learning Agreement for Studies

. Board's Decision – (If anything is altered)

            After the students finish their education abroad and return to the university, they are obliged to issue the required documents and submit them to the International Office. The rest of the grant is paid in 30 days after submission and confirmation of the required documents. Student Affairs submit the transcript to the Head of Department for subtracting the number of credits the student succeeds while abroad during Erasmus program from the total credits the student needs to graduate and for conversion of the grades. The process of recognition of courses is made according to the Board's Decision taken in accordance with Article 8-a.4. In compensation for the courses the student fails, the student takes the courses determined by the Board of Directors. These courses are stated in the description section of the transcript and ‘Diploma Supplement’. Units submit the final transcript which includes the recognized courses of the student to the International Office with an official letter. The host university is obliged to send the transcript in 5 weeks after education there.

 

Special Terms for Postgraduate students

Article 9-

a)         The students must succeed all their courses and seminars and submit their thesis proposal in order to start their thesis while abroad.

b)        The students can take the seminar/lectures on specialized field or approved equivalent at the university they go to.

c)         It is not a problem if the students take the equivalents of the courses they have failed at their own universities.

 

Evaluation of Academic Standing

Article 10-

a)         Some universities abroad do not give AKTS/ECTS grades and use the inscription "PASS" instead. When students take courses which includes this grading system, the inscription "PASS" is evaluated according to the course grades and academic success provisions stated in Education and Examination Code of Practice of the unit the students are registered to.

b)        Grading process of Associate Degree, Bachelor and Postgraduate Erasmus program students is made in accordance with Dokuz Eylül University Regulations for Education and Examination of Associate Degree and by taking into consideration of AKTS/ECTS Grading System.

 

Process of Application to the Host University and Acceptance

Article 11-

a)         Names of the Faculty/College students who get the right to join the mobility are submitted by Unit's/Department's Coordinators to the institutions they are emplaced. If the agreements are signed by the Institute with the institutions where the students of the Institute are emplaced, names of the students are submitted by the Unit's (Institute's) Coordinator; if above mentioned agreements are signed by the Faculty and enabled for the benefit of the Institute, the names are submitted by the Unit's/Department's Coordinators of the Faculties which sign the agreements, to the institutions where the students are emplaced. Issuing the documents required by the institutions where they are emplaced and following them are the students’ responsibility.

 

b)        Following the travelling and visa processes are students’ responsibility. Student Affairs of the unit which the student is registered to issues the document which is necessary for the exemption of the student from the passport fee. The Letter of Verification which is required by Consulates and indicates the amount of grant the student gets is given by the Unit which the student is registered to.

 

 Online Linguistic Support-OLS

Article 12-

  1. Online linguistic support organized by the European Commission for the students benefiting from this Student Exchange Program includes the exams the students have to take part in and optional online linguistic support.
  2. The students chosen for the Study or Traineeship Mobility, have exams in language which they use during the mobility before the process and after this process. Both exams are obligatory.
  3. The e- mail addresses are regulated to the system by International Office to provide that they have these exams. The students have their exams and courses on internet via the website sent to their addresses.
  4. After having language exam, the students can take part in the courses voluntarily. The languages of the exam and the course have to be the same.
  5. The period of language course is determined in accordance with the term of the event. The courses take 2 -6 months.

The exams do not affect the students’ situation.

 

Work Placement Mobility

Article 13-

a)         Work Placement Mobility Processes

            1) Learning Agreement for Traineeship

            In the work placement mobility (considered equivalent as the learning agreement in study mobility), a personal training agreement is issued concerning the work program to be done during the emplacement period. Training Agreement is a specific document which includes information about topics such as work program, skills, qualifications, learning outcomes, the relationship between the work placement activity and diploma program of the student, regulations for qualified instructor and the academic recognition to be provided upon finishing the activity. Three copies of the agreements are issued and signed by the sending institution, the receiving institution and the student. The competences and qualifications stated in the Training Agreement are defined in a way that they provide the competences and qualifications in the program that the student continues and the learning outcomes gained as a result of the work placement mobility are associated with the fundamental qualifications of the program.

            2) Students' work programs in the Learning Agreement for Traineeship are approved by students' advisors and Department's Coordinator. The approved program is submitted to the International Office upon the proposal of the Board of Department and the approval of the Unit's Board of Management.

            3) The students who complete all the processes to join the Work Placement Mobility are given Board Decision by the unit.

            4) The student can make this mobility in 12 month after graduation on condition that the student has this right during bachelor.

            5) The traineeship of the graduated student will be recognized with the certificate given by International Office. The recognition can be completed with the Europass.

 

b)        Recognition: the period of time which the students spend abroad is fully recognized by their home institution. The training period in the scope of student's curriculum is fully recognized by his/her home institution and preferably by using ECTS credits. When the training is not a part of the curriculum, the University recognizes the training activity by recording the training activity into the Diploma Supplement. When the training is a part of student's curriculum, Erasmus Work Placement is carried out in a sector that is relevant to the student's educational field. In order to guarantee academic recognition, the Board's Decision of department/faculty/institute is made concerning how the student would be recognized in scope of the training activity program which the student will join before the student's departure. Therefore, the recognition is systematically verified. The credit that the student takes for the training is processed in the student's transcript by the relevant unit. When the training is not compulsory by the student's curriculum that the student has and/or it is not given credits, the training is stated in the Diploma Supplement.

 

c)         Every student signs a "Student Work Placement Mobility Grant Agreement” with the University before they receive exchange grant.

Required documents for the Grant Agreement;

. Letter of Acceptance / Invitation

. Learning Agreement for Traineeship

. Board's Decision

. Transcript

. Drawing Euro Account

. Visa

.Health and travel insurance

. Personal accident insurance

. A copy of Online Linguistic Support (OLS) exam result

 

Students are given an "Erasmus Student Charter" before their departure from the university.

 

d)        Required documents that the student must submit after they return

. Confirmation of Stay / Certificate of Enrollment

. A document by the host institution which states the achievement of the training period

. Original Passport and copy of the page on which in-and-out dates are stated

. Learning Agreement for Traineeship

            After the students finish their education abroad and return to the university, they are obliged to issue the relevant documents and submit them to the International Office. The rest of the grant is paid in 30 days after submission and confirmation of the required documents.

 

Grants in Study and Work Placement Mobility

Article 14-

a)         Grants are not for covering all the expenditures for the time spent abroad. During the activity period which students have abroad, students are given Erasmus grants to help their additional expenditures caused from living abroad. However, students can renounce from receiving the grant.

b)        Students' activity durations and grants are calculated approximately before the activity starts. Exact durations and grants are recalculated after the activity is completed. In the planning done before the activity starts, durations and grants are decided beforehand and maximally according to the information or documents, such as the academic calendar of the receiving institution, durations in the students' Letters of  Acceptance, experiences from the activities carried out in previous years. When the activities are completed, student's total grant is recalculated by taking actual activity duration and student's rating of fulfilling his/her responsibilities into account. The actual activity duration is calculated in regard to start-end dates on the certificate of attendance and in-and-out dates on the passport. The shortest time intervals on both documents are taken into consideration.

c)         It is essential to give grant to the students in regard to their activity durations. However, when the students chosen for the first semester want to extend their activities for the second semester as well and there is no grant for the extension, the students are allowed to stay for the second semester without a grant given on condition that the university consents to that and all Erasmus rules are applied. In addition to that, when the university has enough grant in its budget for the relevant activity, activity period is extended with a grant. If the budget is not enough for covering extensions of all students who applied to extend their periods, the students to be given grant are determined based on their success in the first choosing and in accordance with the principle of transparency.

d)        The grants given to the students are composed of European Commission and –in the event- Turkish Republic contribution. Institution can also give grant to the students they send abroad from their own funds.

e)         Student exchange grant is given through the university, without being subjected to any cut such as tax, social security and/or other social expenses, executive, administration or registration fee (except the transfer fee).

f)         The University is obliged to provide continuance of the scholarships and credits being already taken, during the period which students get education abroad. These scholarships and credits cannot be reduced, cut and/or terminated during the student’s education abroad.

g)         In cases such as student’s quitting the education abroad with any reason, not completing the studies (except the force majeure) or not succeeding within the frame of criteria determined by National Agency, the University claims either a part or whole of the grant paid to the student back.

 

                                                                      Section 2

                                                        INCOMING STUDENT

 

Terms of Benefit from Exchange for Incoming Students

Article 15- For Incoming Student in scope of Study Mobility;

a)         First of all there must be a bilateral agreement signed between the Unit that the student will get education and their own University in order to come to the University in scope of Erasmus Student Exchange. The student can take courses from different Units of the University on condition that the student take the courses from the Unit with the bilateral agreement in amount of 2/3 ECTS over the total course load he/she would take in the University, however an approval of the other Unit/Units is necessary. All studentship processes of the student are run by the student affairs of the Unit with the bilateral agreement.

 

Application Process of the Incoming Students

Article 16-

  1. The International Office is informed by an e-mail by the incoming student's own University that the student is going to get education or have a training at the University in scope of student exchange. In case this information is sent to University Units and/or Unit Coordinators, then Units give the necessary information to the International Office.
  2. Incoming students’ individual applications are not issued. The student is informed by the Units/International Office about the necessity of an official document’s being submitted to the International Office by the student’s University, indicating that the student is an Erasmus Student.
  3.  
  4. Required documents for the application

Incoming student learn the Application Process and Required Documents for Application from the International Office’s website or via an e-mail from International Office personnel.

Required documents are;

  • Student Application Form
  • 1 Photograph
  • Learning Agreement (issued by the incoming student in scope of Study Mobility)
  • Teaching Assignment (issued by the incoming student in scope of Work Placement Mobility)
  • Transcript from the student’s University
  • Copy of the Passport
  • A language certificate which has the language level declared in inter- institutional agreements.

 

  1. Contact details of the relevant Unit Coordinator is given to the incoming student by the International Office.
  2. Documents issued in full and accurately are sent to the International Office by the partner institution and/or the incoming students with e-mail and/or post until the last date for the application. In case that the above mentioned documents are sent to Unit/ Department’s Coordinator, the documents are delivered to the International Office.
  3. The application documents came to the International Office are controlled and then sent to the related Units. In case there is a deficient in the documents International Office contacts with the student and advise them to complete the documents.

 

Choosing the courses for incoming students and learning agreement

Article 17-

  1. Learning Agreement:

A Learning Agreement is issued in scope of Study Mobility indicating the courses which the incoming students will take at the University during the Erasmus period. Student’s courses on the Learning Agreement are detected by student’s Unit/Department’s Erasmus Coordinator and relevant document is signed by the student, Department’s Erasmus Coordinator and student’s University. Herewith the host institution guarantees that it provides the courses written in the Learning Agreement, the students guarantee that they find the courses appropriate and follow them and the university guarantees that the courses taken are accepted.

  1. In case the student wants to take courses from outside the Unit with the bilateral agreement in scope of the Study Mobility, this request is reported to Unit Coordinator and International Office. The student fills the “Inter-units Learning Agreement” for the course to be taken from other Units. This agreement is signed by the Unit the student comes from, the Unit the student wants to take courses at, the student and the University. This “Inter-units Learning Agreement” is submitted to the host unit by its own unit in order to register in course in at least 30 days after the semester begins.

 

  1. In case there are alterations after the semester starts, the Learning Agreement is renewed and the final version of the agreement is sent to International Office by the relevant Unit. The changes have to be completed in 30 days after the semester begins.

 

Acceptance of the Incoming Students’ applications

 

Article 18-

  1. Letter of Acceptance/ Invitation:

A Letter of Acceptance/Invitation issued by the relevant Unit/Department Coordinator is sent to the Incoming Students whose applications are accepted via e-mail and post. On the Letter of Acceptance/Invitation; student’s name and surname, date of birth, home country and at which unit and between which dates they will be an Erasmus Student are indicated. Above mentioned document is issued on letterhead with signature and seal on it.

  1. A list of names and related documents of the Incoming Students whose applications are accepted is submitted to the International Office by Department/Unit Coordinator. The students who are on the list are informed by the International Office about academic calendar, visa procedure, adaptation (orientation) program, accommodation and mentor-buddy system. Informing about the academic issues and academic operations are held by Unit/Department Coordinator.

 

Adaptation (Orientation) Program for Incoming Students

Article 19-

  1. An Adaptation (Orientation) Program is organized by the International Office before every academic semester for the Incoming students.
  2. In scope of Adaptation Program the Incoming Students are informed about current issues (Residence Permit, Phone card, Student ID Card, Transportation etc.), Turkey, Turkish Culture, İzmir and International Student Club; Campus visits are made in order to complete deficient student procedures and various social and cultural activities are organized.
  3. During Campus visits, the students can visit the Unit they will get education at. Unit visits’ organization is held by the Unit and the coordination is held by Coordinator. Within the frame of Adaptation Program; the Unit welcomes the students on the date designated for the visit, introduces them to Unit/Department Coordinators, informs them about Unit and academic issues and complete the registration procedures of the students.

 

Student ID card and Registration Procedures of Incoming Students

Article 20-

  1. International Office submits the list of incoming students and their information to the Head of Student affairs and the relevant units in order to make student number and complete the registration of incoming students.
  2. Students ID cards are made by Head of Student Affairs and delivered by International Office to the incoming students.
  3. The registration of the Incoming Student is made by relevant Unit’s Student Affairs.

 

Procedures to be completed by Incoming Students before leaving

Article 21-

  1. Incoming Students submit the documents taken from the Library.
  2. Confirmation of Stay/Certificate of Enrollment is given to the Incoming Students after their submitting the Student ID Card by the International Office.
  3. Transcript is prepared for the Incoming Student who comes in scope of the Study Mobility by the relevant Unit’s Student Affairs. A copy of the above mentioned document is also sent to the student via e-mail and post by the International Office.
  1. Certificate of Achievement is given to the Incoming Student who comes in scope of the Study Mobility by the relevant Unit’s Coordinator. A copy of the above mentioned document is also sent to the International Office.
  2. The information of discharge of the student who completed the mobility is entered to the student affairs system by relevant Unit’s Student Affairs.

 

Legal Clauses

Article 22- In situations for which there are no resolutions in this Directive, the action is taken by Register’s Office and International Office according to the provisions in “Dokuz Eylül University Education and Examination Regulation for Associate and Bachelor Degree”, “Dokuz Eylül University Education and Training Regulation for Postgraduate Degree” and “Guidebook for Erasmus Exchange Program” which is issued by European Union Education and Youth Programs Center for every academic year and the Erasmus+ Guidebook published by European Commission.

 

Enforcement

Article 23- “European Union Education and Youth Program Lifelong Learning-Erasmus Outgoing Student Directive” was abolished on 28.08.2007 with senates consult no 362/18. This Directive is in force since the date Dokuz Eylül University Senate accepted it.

 

Execution

Article 24- This Directive is executed by Dokuz Eylül University President.

 

 

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