The Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) signed a collaboration protocol with the French university, University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. The protocol that allows collaboration on academic programs and projects was recently signed in Nice
The protocol was signed by Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Özgür Eren on behalf of the EMU and Rector Prof. Dr. Frederique Vidal on behalf of University of Nice Sophia Antipolis. University of Nice Sophia Antipolis Vice Rector in Charge of International Affairs, Jean Christophe Martin and Dean of the EMU Computer Engineering Department, Prof. Dr. Işık Aybay were also present at the signature ceremony.
The protocol will allow the universities to develop joint programs in both undergraduate and postgraduate levels as well as allowing them to carry out joint research and academician exchange programs.
Guided by Prof. Serge Miranda, Dean of the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, Department of Computer Sciences, Prof. Dr. Eren and Prof. Dr. Aybay attended informative meetings about the university’s academic programs and Antipolis Technology Park. Ideas were also exchanged regarding detailed collaboration projects.
The University of Nice Sophia Antipolis is a state university that was founded in 1965. The university has over 25 thousand students studying in eight faculties.