Bando Erasmus + -KA2 "Transforming Architectural and Civil Engeenering Education towards a Sustainable Model/TACEESM" Importante riconoscimento internazionale per il Dipartimento di Architettura di Pescara
31 Agosto 2020
Il Dipartimento di Architettura dell’UdA ha avuto un importantissimo riconoscimento con la vincita del Bando Erasmus + -KA2 –Cooperation for Innovation and the exchange of good pratices –Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education –dal titolo “Transforming Architectural and Civil Engeenering Education towards a Sustainable Model/TACEESM”con un finanziamento di Euro 862.036,00.
Il nostro Dipartimento è coordinatore del progetto (Project Managerprof. Lorenzo Pignatti), insieme alla FGPA di Maribor (Slovenia), alla University of Malaga (Spagna), alla HTWK di Lipsia (Germania) nella EU e la BURCH University (Sarajevo) ed altre 11 Università in diverse città della Bosnia Herzegovina (Region 1-Western Balkans) e Armenia e Bielorussia (Region 2 – Eastern Partnership Countries).
Il progetto ha come obiettivo quello di:
“.... to improve quality of higher education in partner countries in the field of architecture and civil engineering and enhance its relevance for the labour market needs and in accordance with European growth and development strategies (such as Modernisation Agenda for Higher Education in EU). This project aims to develop professional architects with European oriented minds in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Armenia and Belarus. Professionals that will bring European values to the partner countries, will be a refreshment to the market in these countries. Architects and civil engineers in the project, whether they are students, academic staff, or professionals, will create a sophisticated working environment that will ensure better designs, buildings, and better usage of space and energy in new designs, as well as reconstructing the old buildings with saving their values. This project aims also to connect the graduated students with companies as they will take part in discussions related to the required courses that will improve and increase the chance of potential candidates in finding jobs.”