Karadeniz Technical University (KTU) is a sizable state institution in Trabzon, Turkey founded in 1955 with 17 traits, over 60 divisions and close to 2300 scholastic staffs and 55000 students. KTU embodies seven graduate schools, one in all-natural and systems with around 2000 pupils. There are master with and without thesis and a PhD degree programmes. The institution has long history about international relations in analysis and knowledge, particularly in Socrates-Erasmus programme. Initiated in 2003, the university has reached to 517 outgoing Socrates-Erasmus students to 58 organizations in 18 countries, and to 48 incoming students from 9 different EU countries. The division of woodland sources is a respected business in Turkey having large study interests and capacities in forest management choice help system, biodiversity conservation, spatial information system (GIS), and contains increased profile in applied fire management particularly in Mediterranean area.