Amasya University Rector Prof. Dr. Ahmet Hakkı Turabi said in his statement; "The evaluation process of the project proposals submitted within the scope of the 2023 Erasmus + Main Action 1 Learning Mobility of Individuals - Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility with third countries not related to the programme has been completed. In this context, our KA171 Project prepared for the first time by our university was found appropriate by the Turkish National Agency. From now on, student and academic staff mobility can be carried out between our university and the countries of Bengaldeş, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Madagasgar, Somalia and the Republic of South Africa. In this sense, mutual exchanges will be possible with all educational institutions in the countries with which we have mutual agreements, especially with BengalDesh Noakhali University of Science and Technology, Bosnia and Herzegovina Bihac University, Kosovo Pristina University, Jordan Jordan University and Yarmouk University, Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Turkish Manas University, Madagasgar Antananarivo University, Somalia Hargesia University and Mogadishu University, and Cape Penisula University and Cape Town University of the Republic of South Africa. The budget of the project will be supported by a grant of 46.215,00 Euro. The project is planned to be put into operation in the 2023/2024 academic year. In this context, I hope that the project will be beneficial to our country, Amasya and our university.