Erasmus+

ERASMUS+ Capacity Building Project: “STEM4Humanities”

The project envisages a strategic partnership between higher educational institutions for students and lecturers of social and humanitarian sciences, who are in demand in the labor market. year In terms of acquiring STEM skills. as well as promoting the development of a diverse educational space, strengthening the opportunities for women’s education and career advancement, and introducing innovative teaching and learning methods necessary for improving practical skills. Involved in this project are:

  • University of Macerata (Italy);
  • Metropolitan College (Greece);
  • Ivan Franko University of Lviv (Ukraine);
  • University of Lille (France);
  • Non-governmental organization “Innovation Hive” (Greece)
  • Mikolo Romerio University (Lithuania)
  • Wroclaw Polytechnic University (Poland)
  • Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (Ukraine)

ERASMUS+ Capacity Building Program RE-DIRECTION

Full Name of the Project: “RE-DIRECTION – Redefining Higher Education on a digital context and Mainstreaming a common inclusive and green structure based on EU best practices and policy recommendations”. The project, the duration of which is three years, aims, in close cooperation with European partners:

  • creating a methodology framework and policy recommendations for digital transformation; • introducing new green competencies and methods;
  • working to improve existing approaches to involving migrants and internally displaced people, and many other activities.

The project will feature leading European universities from Germany, Greece, Ukraine, and Georgia. The International University of Georgia GIU will coordinate the project in Georgia, and the following organizations will be involved in the implementation process:

  • Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia;
  • Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine;
  • Georgian International University GIU (Georgia);
  • Ilia State University (Georgia);
  • Caucasus University (Georgia);
  •  Shota Meskhia State University of Zugdidi (Georgia);
  • Gori State University (Georgia);
  • Uzhhorod National University (Ukraine);
  • O. M. Kharkiv National University of Urban Economy named after Beketov (Ukraine);
  • Kyiv Medical University (Ukraine);
  • Vinnytsia State Pedagogical University named after Mykhailo Kotsyubinsky (Ukraine);
  • Dnipro Technological University (Ukraine);
  • Metropolitan College (Greece);
  • University of Patras (Greece);
  • BK CONSULT GMBH (Germany);
  • Karlshochschule gemeinnützige GmbH (Germany).

ERASMUS+ Mobility for Learners and Staff-Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility 2016-2017 (Inholland University, The Netherlands). The project aimed to exchange teachers and students for students of business administration and law. The project included GIU academic/visiting staff and students.

ERASMUS+ Mobility for Learners and Staff-Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility 2018-2019 (Inholland University, The Netherlands). GIU students will visit the Rotterdam School of Inholland University as part of the initiative. The project calls for GIU professors to travel to the Netherlands for business, as well as Dutch professors to visit GIU.

ERASMUS+ Mobility for Learners and Staff-Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility 2018-2019 (Ulster University, UK); The project envisions student and academic/visiting staff exchanges between the law faculties of the University of Ulster (United Kingdom) and GIU.

ERASMUS+ Mobility for Learners and Staff-Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility 2020-2023 (University of Pécs, Hungary) – The concept envisions student and academic/visiting staff mobility between two higher education institutions.

ERASMUS+ Klaipeda State University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania)) – The concept envisions academic/visiting staff mobility between two higher education institutions.

ERASMUS+ Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (Germany) – The concept envisions student and academic/visiting staff mobility between two higher education institutions.

Projects

RE-DIRECTION

„Redefining higher education in a digital context, while promoting a common, inclusive, and sustainable framework based on EU best practices and policy recommendations“ RE-DIRECTION aims

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STEM4Humanities

The aim of the STEM4Humanities project is to bridge the gap between STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and humanities education in order to address

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