Since its founding, Pamukkale University has participated in the international activities between universities. Our university continues to develop international co-operation with partner universities both in the EU and other countries. Partnerships and bilateral agreements in recent years have played an important role in increasing these numbers.


Pamukkale University, highlights that it supports students at all levels to study abroad and for teaching staff to or travel outside the country to receive and participate in teaching activities.  The Office of International Affairs helps faculty staff and students to participate in Leonardo Da Vinci, 7 framework programs, in projects such as Erasmus and Erasmus Mundus. and, other opportunities developed and supported by the by the European Commission. PAU is member of the EUA (European University


Association) and the International Association of Universities. And has expanded the Erasmus University Charter program. Pamukkale University supports faculty staff and students to participate in seminars, conferences research programs and meetings. The university is one of the Turkish universities who have the Diploma Supplement Label which allows students between 2011-2014 to Transfer the lessons learned to other institutions in a more flexible manner at the same time it is one of the universities who have signed the Magna Carta Universitatum.


Erasmus Program


One of the Programs offered to students studying at the University of Pamukkale is the international mobility of Erasmus students. The Erasmus student mobility program began to send and accept students after bilateral agreements to and from EU member countries in the spring semester of 2004.


It currently offers training to students and faculty members in more than 200 bilateral agreements in 54various fields. PAU students have the opportunity to join us in cultural and social activities.


General Protocol


PAU has signed a common protocol with the universities as follows: Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Pakistan, Italy, Romania, Germany, Poland, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Albania and Georgia. Under the protocol, students can receive free education in these universities, for one or two terms.