8 new projects will build capacities for 51 organizations in Ukraine under EU-funded ERASMUS+ Programme
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) announced the selection results of the 2019 Call for Proposals under European Union ERASMUS+ Programme for Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education Action for cooperation projects. 163 projects have been selected for funding, including 8 projects for 51 universities and other organizations from Ukraine that start their activities from October 2019 or January 2020. Total projects' budget is about 7 150 000 €.
These 8 projects focus on modernisation of educational programmes in security services, cyber-physical systems, occupational therapy, and strengthening relations between higher education area, social and economic environment.
51 partners from Ukraine are representing 38 higher education institutions, 2 research institutions, 4 private enterprises and 2 government organisations, 4 NGOs and the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. 3 relocated universities are also involved in the implementation of new Erasmus+ projects: Donetsk National Technical University, Donetsk State University of Management, Horlivka Institute for Foreign Languages.
Among the project teams, there are the following partners: Institute of Vocational Education and Training of the National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine, Kirovograd State Agricultural Experiment Station NAAS, Federation of Employers of Ukraine, Scientific and methodological Centre “Agroosvita”, STOV Agrosvit, Public Union "Ukrainian Food Valley", MODRYCHI Rehabilitation Center, Festo Group, NGO "English Teachers' Association "TESOL - Ukraine", Farm enterprise "DOBRO-KRAFT", Yavoriv National Nature Park, and Charitable Foundation "Caritas Sambir-Drohobych Diocese of Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church".
52 partners from 21 countries are among the project teams that represent: 36 partners from 17 Programme Countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK; 16 organisations are from 4 Partner Countries: Azerbaijan, Georgia, Belarus, Republic of Moldova.