INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE (IRO)
The International Relations Office (IRO) fosters international partnerships for transformative global opportunities and programmes. As part of IBU commitment to global education, IRO offers the Student Exchange Programme Erasmus+ under the supervision of the European Commission. Erasmus+ offers a remarkable experience to education and other global opportunities such as international student and staff mobility, supper exchange programmes and internships as well as the chance for global cooperation and projects with international partners.
IBU International Relations Office is announcing the following Internal Call for Applications in the framework of Erasmus+ Program, Action 1: Individual Mobility for Students for Traineeships for the academic year 2017/2018, summer period: In the framework of the programme ERASMUS+ of the European Commission, IBU announces a call for allocation of scholarships for students that […]Read More
We are pleased to announce that our International Relations Office continues with the international cooperation under the Erasmus+ program for both Key Action 103 and Key Action 107. IBU has signed two agreements within the framework for cooperation with programme countries (KA103) for staff and students with: – Polytechnic Institute of Braganca (Portugal) for the […]Read More
In the margins of the Workshop on Balkan Research held at Istanbul University on 6February 2018, Rector of IBU, Prof. Dr. Ismail Kocayusufoglu and Rector of Istanbul University, Prof. Dr. Mahmut Ak signed a protocol of cooperation under the Mevlana Exchange Programme, providing a unique opportunity for their academic staff and students to share their experiences […]Read More
A group of students, members of the Student Association of the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden visited the International Balkan University on Monday, 22nd January 2018. During the visit, IBU representatives shared information on the history, portfolio and the goals of the university. Students from Sweden explained the background […]Read More