Assoc. Prof. Dr. Murat Tumay
“Under the Erasmus academic staff mobility programme I have visited University of La Mancha Law faculty in Toledo, Spain from 21 may 2013 to 28 May 2013. I have given lectures on Turkish Constitutional system, Freedom of Expression in Turkey and the preparation of a new civilian constitution. I have also participated and presented a paper about fundamental principles in Turkish Constitutional legal system in an International Conference on Eastern European Constitutional Sytems organised by University of La Mancha Law Faculty at the same time of my visit. That gave me opportunity to meet and dizcuss current developments in our respectice research interest with international academics, PhD students from all over Europe. We have agreed with some colegues to establish some more links and cooperation between our universities. It has been a very interesting and productive visit for myself. It was very enjoyable to get to know new people, visit new places and discuss academic issues with people from European Countries”.
Asisst. Prof. Dr. Haldun Alpaslan Peker
Teaching at Angel Kanchev University of Ruse was a valuable experience for me. I’ve met a lot of new people and I’ve gained knowledge. Teaching staff is not only highly educated but also extremely kind. It was a pleasure for me to teach at the University of Ruse.
Prof. Dr. Nezir Akyeşilmen
I have spent a whole week in Poznan, Poland for Erasmus+ Teaching mobility at Faculty of Political Science and Journalism of Adam Mickiewicz University between 05.06-11.06.2022. It was an amazing week and I have experienced much with professors and student of Department of International relations. Poznan is a gorgeous city with its architecture, history, nature and modern outlook. There are too many places to visit and too many alternatives for transportation. The University has live life, a green campus, amazing buildings and well-equipped classes. The staff and students are interested in Erasmus exchange program and that is why I enjoyed it. We had good time and good discussions in lectures. Erasmus office had organized all arrangements perfectly and therefore; I would like to thank all Erasmus office staff for this. The meetings, lectures and other facilities. The students were really interested in discussions. We have discussed Cybersecurity issues for a range of lectures where we have an intense attendance of the second grade students and Master students. I discovered the city and university and really enjoyed it. I got some knowledge on the History of Poland, their culture, daily life and the way they live.
I also had change to exchange views with professors particularly Professor Artur Pohl and Prof. Pawel Tokic, to whom I would like to thank a lot. Since they assist me a lot. The students were eager to participate discussions and contribute lectures. That was a full of joy, learning and experiencing week for me. Thanks for the Erasmus+ program and those who contribute in both to our home and host universities.