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Tuesday 10/3/2017 Malayer University Participates in European Commission’s International Credit Mobility Program

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) in Lithuania and Malayer University (MU) in Iran are jointly participating in a two-year project, in 2017-2019, under the International Credit Mobility programme that is financially supported by the European Commission.

With participation of 30 countries, and having the total budget of around half a million Euros, the Programme provides with the opportunities to organise mutual international exchange of students and staff between Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) and Malayer University in particular in their desired topics of interest.

Mobility participants from the partner University would be entitled for a subsistence grant and an appropriate grant to cover the travel costs.

This application has been referred to as the best in Lithuania, and it has been noted that VGTU was the only Lithuanian university that has received a grant for Iran.