Accelerating ICT students‘ startup developement competence via interdisciplinary modular courses in the HEI curricula


15/11/2019 - 14/11/2022

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Project aims:

Improvement  of Kazakhstan  and  Russia engineering  curricula within  Partner Universities  by implementation  of  ICT-competence  based entrepreneurship module;

Launching  IT-entrepreneurial accelerating programme  for  soft skills  development  in engineering curricula by bringing  together Partner  Universities strength in collaborated teaching,  assessment and feedback;

Updating engineering  education to  the  EU  standards according  to  Bologna process  by implementing  joint university  courses recognized  by  Partner Universities consortium.


Project objectives:

Implementation  of  ICT-based entrepreneurship module for engineering majors  in  partner Universities  by  Sept 2021;

100-200  students,  1-2 instructors  and  1 mentor  from  each side’s  industry  partner from  each  partner university  enrolled  in ICT-based entrepreneurial module implementation  in 2020;

Updating  educational process  to  the  EU standards;

Providing  labour market  with multidisciplinary educated  engineering majors  possessing  both ICT and entrepreneurial competence;

Secure  durability, transferability  of  the project  results  through efficient  and  targeted dissemination.

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EKA University, Lithuania;

Tallin Technical University, Estonia;

Caspian State University of Technologies and Engineering named after Sh.Esenov, Kazakhstan;

Almaty Management University, Kazakhstan;

A. Tupolev Kazan National Research University, Kazan, Russian Federation;

Rostov State Economical University, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation;

Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University, St. Petersburgh, Russian Federation;

BETAR Company, Russian Federation;


EU Project Coordinator - University of Business, Applied Sciences, Technologies and Design, Wismar, Germany


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