With the Erasmus + (KA203) Project written jointly by Karabuk University Rail Systems Engineering students and members of the National Youth Academy (UGA) project team, the equivalence of the Rail Systems Engineering department in Europe will be ensured.
With the Erasmus + Project titled “The Future of Railway Systems”, strategic partnerships will be established with various universities in Europe, and Rail Systems Engineers will be trained with these partnerships. Written Erasmus + Project was sent to the National Agency of Turkey. Within the Erasmus + Project team, National Youth Academy (UGA) founding president and Rail Systems Engineering student Mustafa KAYA and team manager Mehmet Enes GEÇİCİ, Karabük University Rail Systems Engineering student Mustafa KIRAY and Karabük University academicians Dr. Student Harun ÇUĞ and Dr. Öğr. Knowledgeable and experienced people such as member Mehmet Emin AKAY ensured that the project was written strongly.
The summary of the project is as follows
With the Erasmus + (KA203) Project, it will be ensured to meet the needs of engineers with sufficient equipment in the railway sector and to achieve the equivalence of the Rail Systems Engineering undergraduate program in Europe. For the change of curriculum and the implementation of this changing curriculum, transfer of knowledge, academic staff, students and technology will be provided with the universities in Europe that are advanced and advanced in the field of Rail systems. It is aimed to compare the rail systems training in Europe and our country, to provide necessary information sharing in areas where information and technology transfer is not sufficient, to make technology transfer and to be aware of new developments. This study will allow it to create a database to help build a learning curriculum to achieve its real needs and features. This will be a study that will make progress in the field visible. ”