Project financed from the Norway grant mechanism and co-financed from the Slovak Republic stzate budget, registered as BIN SGS02_2021_011, is built on the long-term continuous improvement of the university educational process with a connection to practice.
The project “Circular Society Challenges in the Economy 4.0” benefits from 158 865 € grant from Norway through the Norway Grants. The project has been co-financed from the State Budget of the Slovak republic in the amount of 28 035 €.
- Integrate sustainable development into university education through following main attributes:
- Reformation of curricula of the actual study programs
- Development or actualization of interdisciplinary courses to ensure cross-sectional skills in following areas: digital literacy, environmental literacy, economy 4.0.
- Contribute to integration of new post-crisis innovative technologies into university education and training.
Project initiative is built upon a long-term continuous improvement of the university education process and methods with the focus on following priorities:
- Integration of new post-pandemic crisis era IT technologies in education and training for the application of new teaching as well as training models,
- Development of learning modules/curricular in Environmental economics, Environmental Management, Circular Economy
- Raising environmental awareness of university students/graduates, with possible employment in green innovative public and private entities in Slovakia
- Raising of environmental awareness of university teachers to enhance their new digital era teaching skills applicable for further education of full-time and part time students.
Opening conference – 29.11.2022
Ing. Marián Kováč, PhD.
Tel.: +421 917 986 739
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