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Faculty of Sciences managed to build solid strategic partnerships with many universities and institutions in Europe and the world. Thanks to this fact, the academic mobility is implemented at all levels and includes both students and staff. The University of Novi Sad together with all the faculties as its members, actively participates in the EC Erasmus Mundus programme through mobility programmes such as Basileus, JoinEUSee, EM2-STEM, SIGMA, ERAWEB, EUROWEB, which are part of the Erasmus Mundus External Cooperation Window scheme. Relying on its network of partnerships and extensive experience, the Faculty is ready to take part in the new EU programme for education, training, youth and sport called Erasmus Plus.

The oldest student exchange programme at the Faculty, implemented since 2005, is Campus Europae – a network of 18 universities across Europe which facilitates student mobility on undergraduate and master level.

The Faculty’s bilateral cooperation is intensive which makes a solid base for student and staff exchange, joint mentorship of master and doctoral candidates, joint publications and the overall scientific production. Among the Faculty’s respectable partners are the Prince of Songkla University in Thailand, Graz University of Technology in Austria, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Faculty of Ecology in Moscow, Russia, International Sakharov Environmental   University (ISEU) from Minsk, Belarus and many other universities from France, Germany, Great Britain, Estonia, the United States of America, Korea, China, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Italy, Hungary, Switzerland, Spain, Slovakia, Poland, Greece, Romania,  Ukraine  and India.

Faculty of Sciences is part of many university networks like CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Studies), EUA – European University Association, UniAdrion, etc. Employees and students of the Faculty of Sciences know that true progress in quality can only be made if we learn with and from others, and transfer our knowledge outside the institution and the country. In the world of global changes, well-developed international collaboration removes the boundaries between continents and enables the free flow of people, knowledge and ideas.

You can find the complete list of cooperation agreements of the Faculty of Sciences here.

The complete list of the Erasmus Plus inter-institutional agreements of the Faculty of Sciences can be found here.