The University has signed over 80 agreements with universities and business and law schools within the scope of Erasmus+; moreover, every year the University updates agreements concluded with institutions that accept its graduates for traineeships in EU countries.
The main partners of Lazarski University are universities located in European Union countries and in Georgia.
Here is a list of partner institutions within the scope of the Erasmus+ programme in the academic year 2016/2017.
Lazarski University keeps expanding its research, teaching and mobility operations in cooperation with universities located outside Europe. Here is a list of partner institutions .
Our selected partner universities include:
BIP - Institute of Law
The partnership focuses on establishing educational relations and cooperation as well as on facilitating contacts between students, lecturers and administrative staff.
The cooperation covers activities such as developing collaborative research projects, organizing joint academic and scientific activities (courses, conferences, seminars, symposia, lectures), exchange of research and teaching staff, student exchanges, and exchanging publications and other materials.
Linyi Normal University
The two institutions created a student exchange programme at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Grigol Robakidze University
The partners facilitate academic activities in the areas that include exchanging partners, researchers and students, sharing scientific publications, developing and conducting joint seminars, workshops, symposia and courses, as well as conducting joint researches.
M.Auezov South Kazakhstan State University
The partners cooperate in teaching methodology and scientific-informative activities, including: developing and implementing joint educational programmes, exchanging information, exchanging teaching methodology materials, curricula and programmes, conducting joint researches, and promoting the mobility of students, teachers and employees.
The partners take actions in developing programmes in continuing education, organizing conferences, seminars, symposia and summer schools, exchanging faculty members as well as publishing research materials.
University of Kentucky
Both universities develop different forms of cooperation: joint research activities, exchange of academic materials and academic publications, exchange of faculty members for research, lectures and discussions, exchange of graduate and undergraduate students for study and research.
University of Business and International Studies
Both universities intend to develop links in such areas as: learning and teaching (including the development of a programme leading to an award) as well as exchanging documentation and research material.
The institutions established a framework for the collaboration in the following matters: staff training and exchange, research projects, information exchange, creation of thematic networks, development of joint programmes.
Hanoi - Vietnam
Each institution may offer the other opportunities for activities and programmes as teaching, research, exchange of students and staff.