The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) has awarded an Erasmus Charter to the Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship (Erasmus Charter for Higher Education - ECHE 2021-2027).
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE 2021-2027)provides a basic framework for the quality of European and international cooperation. It represents the ACCREDITATION of the higher education institution to the European Commission in Brussels. Based on this document, the higher education institution from the program countries acquires the right to apply and participate in Erasmus + projects. The charter contains the basic principles that higher education institutions must adhere to in order to participate in the program.
The applications of higher education institutions were evaluated by independent experts of the Executive Agency for Programs in the Field of Education, Culture and Media of the European Commission (EACEA), who positively evaluated the application of the Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship according to all criteria. Thus, the Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship found itself in the company of 36 higher education institutions in Serbia that received a charter for the period 2021-2027.
As the holder of the Erasmus Charter for the period 2021-2027. The Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship will be able to further develop and promote European and international cooperation by participating in all parts of the Erasmus + program.
The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education specifies and defines the basic principles of work, which must be respected in the project implementation processes. This is a precondition for a higher education institution to be able to apply for and implement projects within the Erasmus + program for higher education in the future. The goal of the charter is to continuously improve the quality of work of higher education institutions in the field of international cooperation, mobility, administrative services and capacity to manage international projects, and also serves as a mechanism for quality control of a higher education institution.
The Erasmus + program is the largest European program for financing projects in the field of education, youth and sports. The College of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship obtained its first Erasmus charter in 2018. This was a precondition for participation in the Erasmus program for the previous period 2014-2020. year, when Serbia (2019) changed its status from a partner country to a program country.