Author: Dr. Aušra Razgūnė

Presentation of the JEUL project at the Universiy of Siena

Mario De Martino presented the Jeul project during the event ‘Training paths for UniSi researchers’ organized by the University of Siena on June 15-16, 2022. During the event, the participants learned more about the opportunities of internationalization offered by the Erasmus programme. Mario De Martino delivered a session dedicated to the Capacity Building in the Field […]

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Erasmus event in Vietnam: JEUL project presented

Hoàng Hải Yến, professor at the University of Economics Ho Chi Min City (UEH), participated in the Erasmus dissemination event “Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher education Yesterday and Tomorrow”, which took place on May 19-21, 2022 at ICISE, Quy Nhon, Vietnam. The conference was organized at the ICISE conference center by Rencontres du Vietnam, a […]

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Final workshop on case studies

From 23 to 26 May, UEH will host the final workshop on case studies of the JEUL project.Desmond Dorand (University of Kent) will deliver the workshop to the teaching staff of the Banking University of HCMC, University of Economics HCMC (UEH), Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA) and Jiangnan University. During the workshop on […]

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Dissemination event during an online training

During the online training “European projects to support internalization of small organizations”, Mario De Martino (University of Siena) presented the JEUL project as an example of EU funded project between European and third countries organizations. In the online training, Mario De Martino presented also the results achieved in the JEUL project and showed the project […]

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ŠKODA AUTO University presents final outcomes of the Joint Enterprise University Learning (JEUL) project, Working Package 3 (WP3)

Four European and four Asian universities have been collaborating on the project. The aim of this program is to improve the quality of higher education at selected Chinese and Vietnamese universities, thereby increasing their relevance to local labour markets. JEUL has come to an end after four years of close cooperation of the project consortium. […]

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