Project Coordinator: The Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
Donor: European Commission - The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
Partners of the Project
Asia: Cambodia (Chea Sim University of Kamchaymear, Royal University of Agriculture), China (Nanjing Agricultural University), Indonesia (Bogor Agricultural University, Tadulako University), Laos (National University of Laos), Malaysia (The National University of Malaysia), Mongolia (Mongolian State University of Life Sciences), Thailand (Kasetsart University, Prince of Songkla University), The Philippines (Mindanao State University), Vietnam (Hue University, Vietnam National University of Agriculture)
Europe: Austria (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences), Czech Republic (Czech University of Life Sciences Prague), France (Universite SupAgro Montpellier), Germany (Goettingen University), Poland (Warsaw University of Life Sciences), Portugal (University of Porto), The Netherlands (Wageningen University)
Associates: Europe (Agrinatura Association), France (CIRAD), Indonesia (University Gadjah Mada), Thailand (Chiang Mai University), The Philippines (SEARCA).
Aim of the Project
To exchange capacities between Asian and European universities oriented to Life Sciences, Food, Agriculture, Biology, Environment and Technology to respond to the principle international challenges affecting the well-being of the coming generations
To promote the mobility of students and academic staff between Asian and European universities oriented to Life Sciences, Food, Agriculture, Biology, Environment and Technology
To create innovative opportunities for doctoral qualification in the above-mentioned fields, to enhance the skills and qualifications of higher education (HE) staff
To promote the European system of higher education
To improve the accessibility of HE especially for the most vulnerable groups
To promote the creation of joint degrees (double/multiple degrees).
Outputs of the Project
In total 143 mobility flows from both Asian and European countries (involving Bachelor, Master, Doctorate and Post-doctorate students as well as Academic staff) will be provided
The mobility of young researchers will result in further scientific cooperation between the institutions on topics of mutual interest.
The mobility of academic staff will contribute to the exchange of information about the Bologna process and the ECTS system as well as to the development of further joint research and educational projects.