Project

WP1 “Identification of Local Needs”


Is set for creating a know-how about a) internal needs and available resources at beneficiary universities; b) real companies needs and labour market trends and opportunities. The first survey assesses beneficiary universities’ needs in terms of 1) Quality, Education System, International collaborations and Mobility (WP2), 2) Education as active courses, seminars, conferences and Masters (WP3), 3) Facilities and Equipments as laboratories, distance learning tools (WP4),4) Training as methodology, accessibility (disability), equity of access (gender) and innovation.

The second survey explores local and regional labour market needs in term of professionals and technicians, as well as technological needs and demand of final users. A final report merges the 2 surveys proposing guidelines in order to set up a fitting and adequate didactic scheme.

Questionnaire on University facilities
Questionnaire on Labour Market requests
Report on Labour Market and university needs

WP2 “Towards a Modern Universities”


Aims at creating the frame into which the main objective of this project will be implemented and developed. Indeed, it will support the beneficiary partners in understanding the ratio of the academic system supported by the Bologna process, its main features and achievements in a perspective of homogenizing standards and criteria (credit recognition and credit value, academic cycles, learning outcomes, …). Such frame will be completed by the transfer of competencies concerning both

The second survey explores local and regional labour market needs in term of professionals and technicians, as well as technological needs and demand of final users. A final report merges the 2 surveys proposing guidelines in order to set up a fitting and adequate didactic scheme.

Questionnaire on University facilities
Questionnaire on Labour Market requests
Report on Labour Market and university needs

WP1 “Identification of Local Needs”


Is set for creating a know-how about a) internal needs and available resources at beneficiary universities; b) real companies needs and labour market trends and opportunities. The first survey assesses beneficiary universities’ needs in terms of 1) Quality, Education System, International collaborations and Mobility (WP2), 2) Education as active courses, seminars, conferences and Masters (WP3), 3) Facilities and Equipments as laboratories, distance learning tools (WP4),4) Training as methodology, accessibility (disability), equity of access (gender) and innovation.

The second survey explores local and regional labour market needs in term of professionals and technicians, as well as technological needs and demand of final users. A final report merges the 2 surveys proposing guidelines in order to set up a fitting and adequate didactic scheme.

Questionnaire on University facilities
Questionnaire on Labour Market requests
Report on Labour Market and university needs

WP4 “Set Up of Education and Training Devices”.


Open distance learning tools is purchased and installed in each beneficiary university. Didactic laboratories is equipped as well, for offering to students the opportunity of developing their technical skills via direct exercise, in addition of the theoretical approach of modules in presence and in streaming.

Equipment corresponds to local needs following the findings of WP1 and in coherence with the didactic plan.

Didactic laboratories
Video Conference Tools.

WP5 “Delivery of ECO-RED Modules”


Is planned at the 8th and 9th semester. Modules are structured for merging fundamental theoretical knowledge with practical exercises (problem solving, project works, research) and technical experiences with the didactic equipments. The training delivery is avail of lessons in presence provided by local and by European professors, together with video-lessons provided by European experts. The best n. 24 students can attend a Intensive Course (n. 1 month) in Rome provided by European partners (n. 20 hours/each) and technical visits in UCY and JU.

List of selected students
Calendar of modules delivery in presence
Calendar of modules delivery in streaming
List of the best students selected for mobility
Intensive Course programme and materials.

WP6 “Quality Assurance, Monitoring and Sustainability”


Is intended for establishing quality and monitoring procedures to beneficiary universities. A Quality and Evaluation Plan (QEP) is elaborated under the supervision of European expert. A specific monitoring system is defined for supporting the project management in their decision process, allowing the eventual readdressing of activities and resources.

A Sustainability Plan is define criteria for assuring the continuation of established ECO-REC modules, facing institutional, organizational and financial feasibility, social and economical aspects of RES. A final sustainability report will verify the coherence of ECO-RED results and outcomes with sustainability criteria.

Six-month monitoring reports
Quality and Evaluation Plan
Monitoring system
Sustainability Plan.

WP7 “Dissemination & Results”


Is organized through a Communication Plan elaborated by HUST. Info-Day is organized in each Vietnamese University to show project activities and to promote the ECO-RED modules among students, motivating the enrollment. Final Conferences, patronized by Ministries and local authorities, is planned in each Beneficiary University before the end of project.

The Conferences allow the meeting between project members and stakeholders to promote the next ECO-RED courses editions.

Logo and correlated images
Communication Plan
Calendar of Info-days and promotional materials
Agenda of the Final Conferences and promotional materials.

WP8 “Management of Project Activities”


Is set to guarantee ECO-RED overall coordination, operational and management. The Steering and Scientific Committee (SSC) composed by n. 1 professor from each university, provides main decisions on management and scientific topics. The operational coordination is in charge of a Project Coordinator (PC), supported by an Operational staff (a Financial Expert, a Monitoring Expert, a secretary).

Is set to guarantee ECO-RED overall coordination, operational and management. The Steering and Scientific Committee (SSC) composed by n. 1 professor from each university, provides main decisions on management and scientific topics. The operational coordination is in charge of a Project Coordinator (PC), supported by an Operational staff (a Financial Expert, a Monitoring Expert, a secretary).

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