The so far successful cooperation and the need for intensification of the same one were the main topic of the meeting.
"Mutually we have assessed that SEEU is among the most intensive cooperation institutions, both for the number of projects and the number of student exchanges within the Erasmus + program in proportion to the size of the University", said Rector Bexheti.
Both parties also assessed that further mutual support will be even more intensive due to the efficiency and implementation capacity of the University in Erasmus projects.
Rector Bexheti and Director Georgievski agreed that the growing potential of the opportunities of this program creates additional motivation for further increasing the degree of utilization of these opportunities coming from EU taxpayers.
South East European University is currently implementing eight Erasmus + projects and each year an average of over 60 students complete exchanges at well-known European universities under the Erasmus + mobility program.