Our university has added a new one to its international agreements
An Erasmus agreement was signed between the Faculty of Agriculture of the University and the Univesita Degli Studi Della Tuscia University, Faculty of Agriculture, Italy, for teaching staff and student exchange mobility.
The contract made is on behalf of our university, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture, Department Head Professor. Dr. Ali Islam and Univesita Degli Studi Della Tuscia Faculty of Agriculture Professor. Dr. Leonardo Varvaro. Through the agreement, the students of the University of Agriculture will hold training and internship at the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences of the University of Tuscia (DAFNE) at the University of Tuscia for a maximum of one year. The agreement will also deal with the mutual lecturing of the teaching staff.
Founded in 1979 in Viterbo, Italy, the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences of the University of Tuscia, which has 6 faculties, provides training in agricultural and environmental sciences, forestry and natural sciences, agricultural biotechnology, environment and forest protection and restoration areas. agriculture, forestry and biotechnology fields and graduate and doctorate programs and education and research activities are continuing.
Prof. Rector Dr. Tarık Yarılgaç said "Our university, which has the international qualifications and acts with the mission of educating the most qualified graduates, is collaborating with well-known and respected institutions globally. Ordu University acquires accreditations, establishes strategic partnerships and acts with distinguished institutions that have a significant background in their countries. Since the year it was established, the University has been carrying out 82 Erasmus agreements and is continuing its path by increasing its important scientific work partnerships. Our university, which is based on universal principles in scientific studies and closely follows the scientific developments in the world in this context, is carrying our international relations one step further every day without ignoring the importance of intercultural communication and dialectic age at the same time. Being able to carry out various projects together with these two universities, which attach great importance to research activities within the framework of this agreement, will gain experience in our existing universities. I hope this agreement will be beneficial for the two universities. "