The State University in Novi Pazar (DUNP) has again received the „Erasmus Charter for Higher Education“ from the European Commission for higher education, for the period from 2021 to 2027.
By signing the „Erasmus Charter“, the university confirms its internationalization mission and that participation in the „Erasmus plus“ program is part of its strategy.
The „Erasmus Charter“ enables further participation in international projects under the auspices of the European Union.
DUNP received the first such charter in 2016 and it was for a five-year period, which was a prerequisite for the university’s further participation in the „Erasmus Plus“ program in light of the then newly acquired program status of the Republic of Serbia.
With the new charter, DUNP acquires the right to participate in financing provided by the European Union through various programs in the field of higher education.
„Erasmus plus“ program is the largest European program for financing projects in the field of education and academic mobility. The „Erasmus Charter“ for higher education describes the basic principles that every higher education institution must respect when applying for projects or carrying out project activities within the overall „Erasmus“ program of the European Commission.