Within the Erasmus + program for international credit mobility (ICM 2020), a project was approved in which the Faculty of Information Technology (FIT), the University of the Mediterranean and the Faculty of Innovation and Engineering, University of Mallard (Vasteras, Sweden) participate.
FIT has previously implemented two programs for international mobility ICM 2018 and ICM 2019, within which 21 students of the Faculty of Information Technology received a scholarship for a two-semester stay at the Faculty of Innovation and Engineering, Mallardalen University.
The new project will provide another 10 scholarships for undergraduate and graduate studies over two school years. FIT master’s students who receive a scholarship will have the opportunity to obtain two diplomas: one-year master’s degrees from the University of Mallard and master’s degrees from the Faculty of Information Technology.
The project is the result of many years of cooperation between FIT and the Faculty of Innovation and Engineering, Mallardalen University (Sweden) in the implementation of mobility programs.