TEMPUS Joint Project - Curricular Reform (JPCR) – 2012-3004/001/001

Expected results

EUNEG project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
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EXPECTED RESULTS

The EUNEG project will assure the following results:

  • Developed curricula and syllabuses of the EUNEG Master study programme
  • Up-dated teaching material and modern methodology based on research and active engagement of students
  • Educated and trained academic and administrative staff at the PCU on EUNEG issues
  • Established PCU-EUU institutional cooperation through realised mobility flows of teachers and students
  • Equipped EUNEG labs at the PCU and developed knowledge on computer aided teaching methods
  • Established EUNEG libraries at the PCU and purchased specialised literature
  • Accredited eight EUNEG Master Study programmes at the PC and realised first pilot year
  • Realized internal and external quality control
  • Disseminated project's results 
  • Ensured sustainability and multiplication of the project’s results.