Erasmus +

The European Policy of the Institute

Istituto Modartech adheres to the community program Erasmus +.
Modartech considers internationalization policies as fundamental tools for achieving a comparison of experiences and a significant development in its institutional mission of research and teaching , promoting growth of Higher Academic Education from the local context to the global market.

Within the EU programs, the primary objective for the institution is to contribute to the enhancement of education in Europe, by encouraging cooperation between member states, further increasing the quality of its teaching and research activities through dynamic and interactive contamination with different academic traditions, meeting the standards of global education.

Through the development of international mobility, Modartech is committed to enhancing the skills of its students and researchers by creating an open and dynamic academic environment. The Institute considers mobility and international cooperation as an opportunity to enrich the education of pupils on a personal, cultural and professional level, expand their ability to compete in the global market, satisfying the increasingly diversified needs of the job market both locally and internationally.

The Erasmus + program allows the Institute to implement mobility activities as part of placement projects for three-year academic courses (1st Level Academic Diploma), guaranteeing full recognition of credits training acquired during the experience abroad.

The Erasmus + program includes:

      • Member States of the European Union
        Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Hungary.
      • Non-EU countries Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Turkey, United Kingdom.

The European Commission has awarded the Modartech Institute the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education which allows the institute to participate in the ERASMUS + Program.

Erasmus Charter For Higher Education 2021 – 2027