Activities and Methodolgy
Existing similar curricula in Europe will be identified. Weaknesses, gaps and needs in Asia will be assessed. Based on these a final report will be prepared. The following diagram shows the steps in brief.
Professionals from Asian partners will visit Europe and then develop new curricula and vocational training courses for their respective institutions to offer. New MSc curricula/courses will be developed incorporating internship programmes for each partner institution. Similarly, new vocational training courses will also be developed. A Virtual eLearning platform (VLE) will also be developed to share courses, course materials and experiences.
A series of lesson plan preparations and course delivery trainings will be organized for Asian lecturers in their home institutions along with developing a training manual. This would be a testing period for new or improved existing courses.
Each partner university engaging in developing new the curricula/courses will take necessary actions to accredit them as full-fledge MSc program or as a part of existing Master’s degree curricula. New curricula/courses developed based on the needs and improved delivery methods would attract more prospective students. Internship programme should be helpful in providing real field experience and opportunity to develop required skills.
Project team will carry out internal and external quality control processes/systems so that all the Work-packages produce high quality outcomes. Technical and financial auditing will be done by independent expert individuals or organizations.
Brochures and flyers will be produced. Project webpage and a social media pages will be created. An international conference will be organized inviting lecturers of universities around the globe and others interested.
Overall management of project, activity planning, communication among partners and other stakeholders, and liaise with EU will be done by the Project Coordinator.