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Reformation of the Curricula on Built Environment in the Eastern Neighbouring Area
Start date: 15 Oct 2012,

Wider Objective: To upgrade the curricula on built environment in the universities of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine accorting to Bologna practices in order to increase their capacity to continually modernise, enhance the quality and relevance of education of the building and civil engineering students to the labour market needs and to ensure international cooperation.Specific objectives of the project:1. To upgrade curricula of BSc/specialists, MSc and PhD programmes with new modules on energetically and ecologically sustainable, affordable and healthy built environment in universities of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine in order to enhance the quality and relevance of education in PC universities to labour market needs;2. To transfer the Bologna practices in education (curriculum development, ECTS, innovative learning, etc.) from EU universities to PC universities;3. To develop a virtual interuniversity networked educational system (intelligent library, intelligent tutoring system, intelligent knowledge assessment system, access to the e-sources of the research and educational information) in order to ensure cooperation among the EU and PC universities in education and research; 4. To assist the competence development of staff within the PC universities.5. To train at least 240 students during the pilot project.Principal outcomes and outputs:1. Reviewed and upgraded curricula of BSc/specialists, MSc and PhD programmes in PC universities, basing on Bologna practices; 2: Developed and formally approvaled modules and study materials in accordance to labour market needs;3. Developed virtual interuniversity networked educational system; 4. Training of staff, execution of lecturing plans, teaching, lecturing and guest visits; 5. Training at least of 240 students according to new modules;6. Communication on project development, innovation, idea exchange and dissemination.
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