International agreements and signed partnerships provide a platform for developing co-operation of universities, faculties, institutes, departments or individual employees. STU signs international agreements at the university and faculty levels. Currently, there are about 100 concluded university framework agreements with institutions in 35 countries around the world.
The reason for faculty agreements is essentially the fact that the content focus of partner university may differ from the technical orientation of STU, and similarity is only in a specific focus of individual faculties. In 2016, the STU faculties concluded agreements with 37 institutions in 16 countries around the world.
Besides the fundamental University and faculty agreements, there are the STU Erasmus+ agreements with foreign institutions, which provide a platform for intensive mobility activities of university students, graduates and staff.
|University Framework Agreements
|Faculty Framework Agreements
|Erasmus+ Agreements with non EU contries (International Credit Mobility)