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The Military Technical Academy “Ferdinand I”  plays an active role in international inter-university cooperation, working with over 40 higher education, military and civilian institutions from France, Great Britain, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Holland, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and so on. The Erasmus program is the main pillar of international relations. MTA has a very good experience in implementing the Erasmus Program, participating in all European Commission funded student mobility programs, starting with the Tempus program and continuing with the Erasmus-Socrates (2000-2007), Erasmus-LLP Lifelong Learning Program (2007- 2014) and Erasmus + (2014-2020)

Erasmus-Socrates Programme (2000-2007)
The Erasmus-Socrates program consisted in organizing the mobilities of students and university staff in prestigious universities in Europe. The program was funded by the European Commission and was coordinated at national level by the National Agency for Community Programs in the Field of Education and Vocational Training (ANPCDEFP). In 2003, the MTA applied and obtained the Erasmus University Charter, which enabled it to participate in the Erasmus-Socrates program until 2007. Annually, in the period 2000-2006, MTA applied to the ANPCDEFP to obtain funding for the mobility project students and university staff.

ERASMUSLLP Programme (2007-2014)
The ERASMUS LLP – Lifelong Learning Program aimed the international student and university mobility. The program was funded by the European Commission and was coordinated at national level by the National Agency for Community Programs in the Field of Education and Vocational Training (ANPCDEFP). In order to participate in this program, MTA has applied and obtained in 2007 the Extended Erasmus University Charter. Annually, during the period 2007-2013, MTA applied to ANPCDEFP to obtain funding for the mobility of students and university staff.

ERASMUS + Programme (2014-2020)
The ERASMUS + program is dedicated to individual student and academic staff mobility, interinstitutional cooperation and exchange of best practices at international level, and support for institutional policy reforms. The program is funded by the European Commission and coordinated at national level by the National Agency for Community Programs in the Field of Vocational Education and Training (ANPCDEFP). To participate in this program, MTA has applied and obtained the Erasmus Higher Education Charter (ECHE) in 2014. Annually, MTA applied to ANPCDEFP and to European Comission to obtain funding for the mobility of students and university staff.