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ACTUAL PROJECTS


  1. Developing, Assessing and Validating Social Competences in Higher Education (DASCHE) - Erasmus+


    Start: Septemeber 2017
    End: April 2020

    On 17-18th October 2017, the DASCHE project kick-off meeting took place in Warsaw School of Economics. Partner projects met to discuss organizational, financial and methodological aspects of the project.

    The project partners are Universitaet Bremen (Germany), Akademiskas Informacijas Centrs (Latvia), Centrum Pro Studium Vysokeho Skolstvi, V.V.I. (Czech Republic), University Of Durham (United Kingdom), Universiteit Twente (Netherlands), SGH Warsaw School of Economic (Poland, leader).

    The main objective of DASCHE project is to support policy learning between countries and higher education institutions in curricula development, assessment and validation of social competences of students. During the meeting Partners discussed research methodology to be applied in the project, defining the term "social competences" as well as the role of universities in society, the values of academia, teaching/learning and technical tools used to develop and evidence social competences. Partners presented the state of art and recent developments regarding social competences in HE in their countries.



  2. The contribution of higher education institutions to strengthen socio-economic development of peripheral regions in Norway and the Czech Republic


    Start: May 2015
    End: April 2017

    The main research goal of the project “The contribution of Higher Education Institutions to Strengthen Socio-economic Development of Peripheral Regions in Norway and the Czech Republic” is to identify, assess and strengthen the possible ways of mutual influence and collaboration between regions and higher education institutions performing in these regions. The above mentioned theme will be the subject of research in chosen regions of the Czech Republic (Ústecký region, Vysočina region and Olomoucký region) and Norway (Finmark, Telemark and Agder) and in higher education institutions located and functioning in these regions. Various methodological approaches will be used, namely: analysis of secondary documents; comparative analysis; expert opinions; focus groups; qualitative field research in the given regions and higher education institutions; workshops, seminars and a conference; and external reviews. One long-term project result will be the development of a Czech and Norwegian network of researchers (including female and young colleagues) as a sustainable basis for further collaboration and knowledge transfer. The main tangible project results will be: a) the mapping of structural and programmatic elements that ease/hamper the regional role of higher education institutions; b) a set of novel methodological approaches (elaborated into the guidelines for both countries) in the form of a practical Tool Kit with pragmatic solutions and recommendations, c) a set of joint scientific publications (journal and book form). The partner institutions are the Centre for Higher Education Studies, Charles University in Prague – Faculty of Humanities in the Czech Republic and Agderforskning AS in Norway.

    For more information see: http://www.perifproject.eu


  3. Support for Improving the Quality of Higher Education in Ukraine

    Start: November 2015
    End: December 2016

    The main objective of the project is to improve quality of Ukrainian agricultural universities according to the Bologna principles of European Higher Education. The aim will be fulfilled by sharing of know-how from the transformation of the Czech higher education system, sharing of know how in the field of democratic self-governance, by intensification of international relations between Czech and Ukrainian agricultural universities and by direct collaboration of Czech and Ukrainian teacher of courses related to agricultural economics and agricultural technologies.























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