ODU Adds a New Exchange Protocol
A collaboration protocol was signed between our university and University of Piraeus in the fields of maritime, transport services, environmental science engineering and engineering trade.
In the framework of Erasmus+ Exchange Program, aiming to increase the quality in higher education, to strengthen the cooperation of higher education institutions with each other and with the business world, to increase the mobility of academic staff, to enhance personal development of individuals, to increase employment opportunities and to develop joint scientific activities, Prof. Dr. Tarık Yarılgaç visited Piraeus University and signed a cooperation protocol. In the meeting, there were the Rector of Ordu University Prof. Dr. Tarık Yarılgaç, Rector of Piraeus University Prof. Angelos Kotios, Vice Rector Pantelis Pantelidis, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Pantouvakis Aggelos from Maritime Studies Department, Director of Fatsa Vocational School, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dr. Yılmaz Çiftci, Head of International Relations Department Christina. A change agreement was signed to enable the mobility of students and staff. Within the scope of the agreement, it was stated that the mobility of students and staff would be until 2021.
Rector of Ordu university Prof. Dr. Tarık Yarılgaç said that ”Ordu University has been carrying out its education and training methods in the fields of environmental science engineering, engineering trade, marine sciences and transportation dynamically with global criteria and bilateral agreements. Our university establishes important international cooperation in the field of education methodology, research and development projects, student and staff exchange. The network that our university has expanded day by day on a global scale includes important cities and universities of the world and this communication network contributes to Ordu University's vision of becoming a world citizen. In this context, with the protocol signed with University of Piraeus, the successful works of Ordu University in various fields, especially in maritime areas, will continue to be carried out on the basis of international reciprocity in such areas as ideas, projects, workplace, student and staff mobility. I wish that the protocol we signed on this occasion would be beneficial to our university, and I would like to thank the administration of the Piraeus University for their kindness.”