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This is an Erasmus Intensive Programme on Regulatory Aspects and Scientific Risk Assessment of Food and Feed Safety from 2012 to 2014.

University of Suleyman Demirel, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science is the coordinating university. The first IP was organised at Suleyman Demirel University Isparta Turkey from 17th September to 30th September 2012. The second edition is in Antalya from 16 to 28 September 2013 and the last edition will be in Ancona, Italy in 2014. The coordinator of the project is Sulhattin YASAR, Associate Prof. Dr. This activity is financed by the Turkish National Agency of Erasmus - Lifelong Learning Programme, The Foundation for Education System Development.

European teachers and students take two weeks course on theoretical lectures, field trips and realize projects in group work. The intensive programme is not only based on a lecturing exercise, but additionally foresees a multidisciplinary and multinational approach where an efficient and fast skill-based competences are gained. Teachers and students from different countries and different disciplines shall meet to exchange information and knowledge which can not be taught in any curriculum and to benefit from each others experience and different points of view.


Erasmus the EU's flagship education and training programme, enabling two hundred thousand students to study and work abroad each year, as well as supporting co-operation actions between higher education institutions across Europe. It caters not only for students, but also for professors and business staff who want to teach abroad and for university staff who want to be trained abroad.

Erasmus became part of the EU's Lifelong Learning Programme in 2007 and expanded to cover new areas such as student placements in enterprises (transferred from the Leonardo da Vinci programme), university staff training and teaching for enterprise staff. The Programme seeks to expand its mobility actions even further in coming years, with the target of 3 million Erasmus students by 2012.

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