International Programs

Frederick University collaborates with several European and Non European Universities. Through this, it succeeds in achieving the mobility of a great number of incoming and outgoing students, academic and administrative staff.

The University offers the majority of its Programs of Study in English which facilitates in the attraction of international students. Where required, international students can take English language courses to facilitate them in their academic performance.

Frederick University is the holder of an Erasmus University Charter (EUC) and participates in the Erasmus Program.

The Program covers a number of different activities which include students working or studying abroad (between 3 and 12 months as a part of their degree program) and linguistic preparation. Furthermore, it includes academic staff teaching abroad, receiving training from abroad and preparatory visits to prospective partners.

Leonardo da Vinci
In addition to Erasmus, Frederick University participates in the Leonardo da Vinci program (also part of the Lifelong Learning Program), which provides training opportunities to university graduates and staff. Graduates have the opportunity to work in another European country for a period of 2 to 26 weeks. Training can take place in institutes, companies, industries, organizations etc. The program provides all participants with a grant for travel and living expenses.

Erasmus Intensive Program
Frederick University was selected for funding by the National Foundation for the Management of European Lifelong Learning Programs to organize and coordinate for the first time an Intensive Program:
IP Sustainable Construction – Principles, Tools and Methods (SUSCON )

Frederick University has also participated in 3 Erasmus Intensive Programs (IPs):

  1. The Intercultural Innovation Insight (3EYES)
  2. Building a new business game embracing all entrepreneurship competences
  3. The Security Knowledge in ICT-Advanced Technologies

Erasmus Multilateral Program
Frederick University was one of seven partners of ESPIEW “Entrepreneurial Spirit lmproving European Welfare”, a very successful Erasmus multilateral project.
This project aimed to stimulate the entrepreneurial potentials of students studying Social Work and Health Care, through the creation of an educational module based on an interdisciplinary approach.