EU programme for education, training, youth and sport in Europe
The programme lifecycles are 2014-2020 and 2021-2027. The outcomes of Erasmus+ are available in reports and compendia of statistics as well as through the Erasmus+ Projects Platform. This includes most of the initiatives funded by the programme and a selection of good practices and success stories.
Erasmus+ opportunities from outside the EU (Non-EU countries)
Erasmus+ 2021-2027 Factsheet
National Erasmus+ Office in Uzbekistan
The 2021-2027 Programme places a strong focus on social inclusion, the green and digital transitions, and promoting active young people’s participation in life. Thus Erasmus+ is getting more inclusive, more digital, more greener.
Detailed information on mobility and cooperation opportunities offered by Erasmus+, including eligibility criteria is available in the Erasmus+ Programme Guide.
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Over the years TSUULL University has been engaged in a wide variety of projects around the globe. During the 2014-2020 cycle of the Program, TSUULL continued to be an active member of the Erasmus+ Program. Participation in Erasmus+ research and educational projects is one of the important areas of the University's activities. We also seek to both extend partnerships in terms of different areas and deepen them. We plan to improve mobility chances for students, support the role of students and staff in the world and raise the profile of our research and teaching internationally.
So far the University’s cooperation will maintain and enhance strong institutional links across the globe including those with the European Union. By taking part in European Commission initiatives, we want to build the academic student community consisting of Europeans open to other cultures. Also the important asset is that it gives exchange European students the opportunity to acquire a sense of Central Asia identity, cultural heritage and diversity as well as vice versa with TSUULL students. This is the basis of a beneficial partnership that provides innovative development and export potential of the University’s educational technologies and programs.
Below are some examples of recently completed and on-going Erasmus+ Projects at TSUULL University:
– Stand Against Drugs [SADs] (2018-2019)
– CLASS+ Interdisciplinary Master Program on Computational Linguistics at Central Asian Universities (2018-2020)
– Pathways to Empowerment in Gender-Based Violence Prevention (2020-2022)
– Partnership with University of Bialystok in the framework of Erasmus+ KA107, Poland (2020-2022)
– Cooperation with Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy) in the framework of Erasmus+ K1 (2020-2023)
– The Translation of Alisher Navo’i’s work into World Languages and Teaching it in Foreign Countries in the framework of Erasmus International + Credit Mobility Programme (2020-2023)
The TSUULL University has focused on:
Holistic Approach: sustainability as the basis of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals [SDGs] is the necessary element of every program that TSUULL University is delivered and basically integrated into a number of aspects as library resources, volunteer programs, student festivals and other types of student engagement and representation. And therefore, the University undertakes projects focused on a number of areas including: research and teaching to empower students.
Scientific Research: interdisciplinary and mainly Linguistics research add new information and perspectives on the development of University. Our research is scientifically rigorous and shared with the worldwide community through scientific publications in such journals as ‘Uzbekistan: Language and Culture’, ‘Oltin bitiglar – Golden Scripts’ etc.
Quality of Education: improving the conditions for students for their right to education is a fundamental part of the work we do. Our principles are based on the belief that in order to permanently solve poverty, we must be linked closely to developmental activities. We also believe an educated and healthy community leads to better decision-making.
Capacity Building: we have partnered with many Universities to train graduate students in the methods of language translation and provide valuable field experience. More to say, we aid them in supporting research and courses.
Lifelong Learning: community classes, workshops and professional development programs have always been available to University students who are willing to learn and sharpen their skills. By the way, we enhance students’ skills for a lifetime of creativity and agility.
Public Engagement: public engagement is supported by our institutional strategic goal of social responsibility and is embedded in our research and teaching, volunteering, mutual partnerships, citizen science, festivals.