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Boosting Environmental Protection and Energy Efficient Buildings in Mediterranean Region – PROEMED

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Project coordinator: University of Genoa, Italy

Project manager at WULS-SGGW: dr Marek Giełczewski

Working team at WULS-SGGW: dr Marek Dohojda, dr Krzysztof Wiśniewski, dr Marek Chalecki, Izabela Szkopek

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Erasmus+ Programme

Programme: Erasmus+ KA2 – Capacity Building in HE

Project number: 573644-EPP-1-2016-1-IT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

Duration of the project: 15th October 2016 / 14th October 2019

Partners:

Higher Education Institutions:

University of Tlemcen, Algeria
University of Mostaganem, Algeria
Euro-Mediterranean University of Fes, Morocco
University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, Morocco
University of Sousse, Tunisia
University of Gabes, Tunisia
Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
University of La Rochelle, France

Non-university Partners:

AGORA Institute for Knowledge Management & Development, Alicante, Spain
TICASS Consortium, Genoa, Italy
Horizons pour le Développement Local, Jendouba, Tunisia
Centre de Développement de la Région de Tensift, Marrakech, Morocco
Institut Méditerraneen de Technologie, Oran – El Menzah, Algeria

Associated Partners:

Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie du Centre, Sousse, Tunisia
Epic Chambre Algerienne de Commerce et d’Industrie, Alger, Algeria
Confédération Générale des entreprises du Moroc, Casablanca, Morocco

Topics

The PROEMED project is promoted by the European Commission in the scheme of the Erasmus+ “Capacity Building in Higher Education” programme. It is implemented in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, as a curriculum development joint project and purses the objective to design, establish and implement new Master study programmes on “Environmental Protection and Energy Efficient Buildings” in the Partner Countries.

The Master programmes and the related training delivered both in the Partner Countries and Member States are focused on the engineering approach for energy efficiency in buildings, since this sector is responsible for about 40% of global primary energy consumption. In order to reduce energy intensity, a significant scientific activity has been developed in recent years, leading to the definition of the concept of “NZEB: Net Zero Energy Building”. Important features of PROEMED are also:

  • Participation from stakeholders’ institutions (local authorities responsible for environmental issues, entrepreneurs associations, research centres on energy issues) that are contributing to the analysis of trends and structural changes in the PCs higher education systems. Such partnership ensures a fundamental support to the project’s objectives, in order to promote synergies among academia, labour market and key players of the different socio-economic frameworks in South Mediterranean Region;
  • Dissemination in important Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian Universities of the skills related to the design of study programmes compliant with the trends of the Bologna Process. According to this, the learning outcomes structure has been introduced by moving from an institutional to a student-centred approach.

Impact of PROEMED project (at national/local/institutional level):

The project has an significant impact in Poland at institutional level. It gives an unique opportunity to enhance, improve and, in case of some Partner universities, to establish cooperation between WULS-SGGW and Partner university. This cooperation allows to share with the Partner universities our knowledge and practical experience in both didactical and research aspects in the field of energy efficient buildings, that constitutes one of the major issues in the modern world, as well as to learn innovative approaches and solutions in this field from our Partners. It shall also lead to further development of, both educational and research, cooperation among participating in the PROEMED project Partners.

Towards Sustainable Water Resources Management In Central Asia – SWAN

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Stefan Ignar

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project:  15.01.2010-14.01.2013

Preparation of new generation of multidisciplinary water resources experts for sustainable water resources management in Central Asia. Implement an international Master Program in water resources management for Central Asian universities in line with bologna criteria. To establish a sustainable scheme for the promotion of a sustainable water resources management and efficient water use through the criterion of national center in water resources management in Central Asia.

Environmental Governance for environmental curricula (ENGO).

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Józef Mosiej

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project:  15.10.2010-14.10.2013

To set up „Environmental Governance” study program for  I, II and III stage of study in Belarus, Ukraine and Russia.

Environmental curricula at agricultural universities (ENEGRA).

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Stefan Ignar

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project:  15.01.2010-14.01.2013

To bring three cycle structure curricula and teaching methods at Project partner universities, in the priority discipline of environment, into line with the Bologna requirements by June 2011.

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Central Asia Network for Quality Assurance and Accreditation – CANQA.

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Stefan Ignar

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project:  15.01.2009-14.01.2012

Development and introduction of Quality Assurance systems and culture in the Central Asian higher education. To establish and develop Central Asian Network for Quality Assurance (CANQA). Development of methodological basis for the development of a Central Asian framework for QA systems in higher education.

Development of land management life long education (DELAM).

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Stefan Ignar

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project:  01.09.2007-28.02.2010

Development of new curricula by set-up of flexible short-term programs in order to enhance Institutional Building capacity for life-long learning in land management in Russian Federation.

Elaboration of food safety Educational two lewel program (EFECT).

Project manager: prof. dr hab. eng. Stefan Ignar

Source of funding: Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency, Tempus Programme

Duration of the project: 01.09.2007-28.02.2010

Support for implementation of Bologna process into Russian Higher Education through introduction of the two-level curriculum system. Development of two-level Food Safety curricula at two Russian universities.

 

 

 

 

„Development of Qualification Framework for Food Science Studies at Russian Universities” DEFRUS


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