In order to participate in the new stage of the Erasmus+ program and receive the Erasmus Higher Education Charter, KTK prepared and submitted to the European Commission an Erasmus Policy Statement. The application submitted by the KTK was evaluated with a maximum of 100 points out of 100 possible.
KTK has been granted a new Erasmus Higher Education Charter, i.e. authorisation to participate in the new Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027. This is an accreditation granted by the European Commission, which gives KTK the right to submit applications and participate in learning and cooperation activities under the Erasmus+ programme. The Charter sets out the basic principles that KTK must follow when organising and implementing high-quality mobility and cooperation activities, and specifies the necessary conditions that it must agree to comply with in order to ensure quality services and procedures and provide reliable and transparent information. By participating in the Erasmus+ programme, KTK will implement the main principles of the new Erasmus+ programme, related to ensuring equal opportunities, digitisation, environmental protection and promotion of citizenship.
KTK Erasmus Policy Statement can be found here.