Background
Starting with the academic year 2000/2001 the Military Technical Academy participated with Project no. 78921, in the SOCRATES-ERASMUS program, carrying out students and teachers mobility under the coordination of the National Agency for Community Programs for Education and Professional Training (ANPCDEFP).

For outstanding results within the SOCRATES Program, the General director for Education and Culture of the European Commission awarded Military Technical Academy, in March 2003 the ERASMUS Charter which facilitated participation in joint cooperation activities within the      SOCRATES-ERASMUS Program, together with prestigious European universities.
In 2007 the Military Technical Academy was awarded the Extended ERASMUS Charter  for 2007-2013.

The new community program LLP – Lifelong Learning Programme which is to be extended until the academic year  2012/2013, provides for our institution the integral continuation of all types of mobility in the education field previously carried out within the  SOCRATES – ERASMUS Program.

Mobility
Mobility volume and the running funds within the ERASMUS Program increased annually reflecting both the interest and the integration capacity of the Military Technical academy in the European Higher Education Area.
In 2010, 38 students of the academy benefited from international mobility, and in 2011the mobility number is of approximately 40 students.

Partner universities
The inter-universities cooperation is promoted through organizing documentation and information activities, training stages and courses, based on bilateral cooperation protocols concluded with universities from: France (the National Polytechnic Institute of  Toulouse,the Superior Aeronautics and Space Institute of Toulouse, the  Provence University of Marseille, the  Mediteranee University of Marseille, the National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, the Superior National School of Armament Engineers, Studies and Technics of Brest, the National superior School of Advanced Technics of  Paris, the National School of Engineers of Tarbes, the Polytechnic University of Nantes, the Occidental Bretagne University of  Brest, the  Paul Sabatier University of Toulouse, the  Pau University of Pau, the Haute Alsace University of Mulhouse, the Poitiers University of Angouleme and the Angers University of Angers), Italy (the TOR VERGATA University of Roma), Spain (the Polytechnic University Catalonia of  Barcelona and the Polytechnical University of Madrid ), The Netherlands (the Technological University of  Delft), Portugal  (the NOVA University of Lisbon) and Great Britain (the HALLAM University of Sheffield, the Imperial College of London).

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