EDU-LAB New Danubian Governance in Labour market Relevance of Higher Education

EDU-LAB: CHANCES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

EDU-LAB is a project funded by the European Union aiming to improve the professional chances of young people in the Danube region.

The starting point for developing a new mindset is capacity development. EDU-LAB brings together partners from the higher education sector, business organizations, national public authorities and policy makers. This joint learning process will include further actors from civil society.

More than 20 partners from 10 countries will cooperate for 2,5 years to link education to employment in a sustainable way. A new governance model will be developed with the goal to create a binding commitment by the “Danubian Charter for young talents”.

New Danubian Governance in Labour market Relevance of Higher Education
Start date
01-01-2017
End date
30-06-2019
Budget in Euro
Overall: 2528088,9
ERDF Contribution: 1670172,54
IPA Contribution: 478703
ENI Contribution: 0
Call number
Call 1
Priority
Well-governed Danube region
Specific objective
Improve institutional capacities to tackle major societal challenges

Library

Filename Date of upload
Danubian Charter for Young Talents 12-03-2019 11:36:21
New Danubian Governance Model 12-03-2019 11:16:45
EDU-LAB E-learning courses 09-02-2018 16:28:25
State of the art: exchange of good practices 02-06-2017 08:49:28
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Project Partners

Name Type Email Country
European Foundation for Education Lead partner monika.burkard@e-f-e.eu GERMANY
Technical University of Sofia ERDF partner stefanov@tu-sofia.bg BULGARIA
Bulgarian Industrial Association ERDF partner branch@bia-bg.com BULGARIA
Municipality of Vratsa ERDF partner bojinova@vratza.bg BULGARIA
Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences ERDF partner albena_nakova.manolova@abv.bg BULGARIA
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Project News

  • EDU-LAB - New EDU-LAB video
    - 15-02-2019
    New EDU-LAB video

    The EDU-LAB partnership consortium has been working together for more than two years now to enhance the labour market relevance of higher education. In this video, shot during a project meeting in Bratislava, partners share their experiences...

  • EDU-LAB - EDU-LAB conference in Belgrade, Serbia
    - 17-01-2019
    EDU-LAB conference in Belgrade, Serbia

    The Institute Mihajlo Pupin (University of Belgrade) and the Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry organised a conference entitled “Dual Education in Higher Education - Challenges and Possibilities“on January 15th 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia. The...

  • EDU-LAB - Priority Area 9 “People and Skills” International Stakeholder Conference in Vienna on 29 November 2018
    - 21-12-2018
    Priority Area 9 “People and Skills” International Stakeholder Conference in Vienna on 29 November 2018

    How can the EU ensure that people in the Danube region are equipped with relevant knowledge and skills that are in accordance with labour market demands? How to integrate vulnerable groups to the labour market? What are the challenges that...

  • EDU-LAB - International Conference on Dual Studies in Higher Education in Kecskemét
    - 13-12-2018
    International Conference on Dual Studies in Higher Education in Kecskemét

    The John von Neumann University in Kecskemét, partner of the project EDU-LAB, hosted an international conference on dual/cooperative studies in higher education on 4th December 2018. The conference was organised in the framework of the...

  • EDU-LAB - Stakeholder meeting on 5th December 2018, Kecskemét
    - 07-12-2018
    Stakeholder meeting on 5th December 2018, Kecskemét

    EDU-LAB’s stakeholder meeting was organised by the John von Neumann University and held in the Southern Hungarian city of Kecskemét on 5th December 2018. The aim of the meeting was to discuss issues related to Work Package 5 “Training and...

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