Name of the project: Accelerating ICT students‘ startup developement competence via interdisciplinary modular courses in the HEI curricula
Project number: 609870-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
Project implementation period: 15/11/2019 - 14/11/2022
Project website: https://uxiship.rsue.ru/
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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