Internationalization

In Mediterranean University’s development strategy, internationalization is one of the University’s top priorities. Creation of bilateral cooperation agreements, realization of international educational and scientific-research projects, student and staff mobility, participation at seminars, conferences and other academic events, realization of internship programs are just some of activities that we are working on continuously in order to promote academic cooperation and create a strong foundation for the improvement of international cooperation.

In October of 2014, Mediterranean University became the first university in Montenegro that received an official Certificate of Diploma Recognition from Turkey’s Council of Higher Education (YÖK). This was just the first step towards establishing long term cooperation with esteemed Turkish universities such as Gazi University from Ankara. Through this, Mediterranean University’s graduates can easily continue their education at highly respected universities all over Turkey. Besides Gazi University, which is one of the biggest and most accomplished state universities in Turkey, our institution has cooperation with other large private universities, such as Istanbul Aydin University from Istanbul.

Mediterranean University is active in multiple university networks, such as:

In order to improve international cooperation, the University is a participant in many European and other cooperation programs such as: TEMPUS, ERASMUS MUNDUS, ERASMUS+, CEEPUS, GLOBAL UGRAD, MEVLANA, etc.

Through active participation in the Erasmus student and staff mobility programs, we confirm the high level of our teaching plans and programs. We have opened our University’s doors to foreign students, but also provided an opportunity for our own students to improve their skills and knowledge at different universities worldwide.

Mediterranean University’s current Internationalization Strategy (2021-2026) is available in Montenegrin and English.

Vice-Rector for International Cooperation, prof. dr Radislav Jovović