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Start date: Oct 15, 2011,

The general objective of the project is to develop and establish new high-quality interdisciplinary curriculums for the support of the automotive industry in Serbia (as the largest exporter in the country) and urban area development (to contribute to the quality of public services as well as the quality of life in urban settlements). Its objective is to increase the quality and potential of the labour force as well as to increase the employability of university graduates.The specific objectives are to develop and implement interdisciplinary bachelor and master curricula both in automotive engineering and urban engineering at Serbian universities. These studies should be adjusted to the Bologna process requirements and be aimed at achieving international transparency and academic and professional recognition.These objectives should be achieved through the engagement of four state universities of Serbia in cooperation with prominent non-academic partners and 4 EU universities with huge experience in urban and automotive engineering. The principal outcomes are the definition of structure and content of automotive engineering and urban engineering bachelor and master curricula and courses with advanced and up-to-date contents, modern and student-focused teaching methodologies for the study programs as well as the implementation (accreditation and teaching) of the programs. The project will provide a framework for upgrading human and infrastructural potential necessary to achieve the objectives through teacher training, acquisition and the development of university text-books and the acquisition of educational equipment, cooperation between universities as well as cooperation with non-academic partners and the transfer of knowledge and experience.Beside, the project is also oriented to the training of high-school teachers in automotive and urban engineering and development of LLL trainings for automotive industry and public service companies.
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