Higher Education Institutions face the challenge of producing ‘fit-for-job’ graduates in response to rapidly changing demands on various job markets. The BioEcoN project develops innovative learning materials that offer students a multidisciplinary perspective in sustainable forest- and bio-economy. By developing a new Master of Science Programme the participating universities modernize, renew and align their curricula towards multidisciplinary skills and competencies necessary for rapidly changing job markets in bio-economy.
- To design a new multidisciplinary M.Sc. curriculum in sustainable forest- and bio-economy.
- To develop, test and deliver learning materials for 18 modules with 6 ECTS credits or courses on sustainable forest- and bio-economy.
- To disseminate best practices in intercultural and inter-institutional settings and intercultural learning in the higher education sector on sustainable forest and bio-economy.
- To involve local and regional stakeholders such as educators, private business, professional bodies and policymakers from the sector.
- Syllabi and learning / teaching materials for 18 modules jointly developed by the partners.
- Increased capacity of faculty members trained in designing and developing the learning / teaching materials of the 18 modules.
- 100 students trained with the 18 newly developed modules.
- An e-Learning platform containing learning / teaching materials of the 18 modules for open and free access worldwide.
Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development (Hochschule für Nachhaltige Entwicklung Eberswalde, HNEE), Eberswalde, Germany
Felipe Bravo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- VNU University of Science (VNU-HUS), Hanoi, Vietnam
- South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences Ltd. (XAMK), Mikkeli, Finland
- Vietnam National University of Forestry (VNUF), Hanoi, Vietnam
- Thai Nguyen University of Agriculture and Forestry (TUAF) Thai Nguyen City, Vietnam
- University of Valladolid (UVa), Valladolid, Spain
From 15/10/2017 to 14/10/2020