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25/03/2021 - 08:35

An international cooperation project coordinated by Hue University launched

On the afternoon of March 23, Hue University and its international partners held a kick-off meeting for the ERASMUS+ Capacity Building in Higher Education project: “Curricula Development on Climate Change Policy and Law (CCP-Law)”, funded by the Europe.

The meeting was held virtually, with the participation of many international partners

In the context of complicated COVID-19 pandemic and travel curbs due to the pandemic, the meeting was held virtually from March 23 to 24. Hue University and its partners discussed and outlined the roadmap, as well as method of project implementation so as to ensure the best achievements of the project. It is aimed to develop and implement the Master Curricula on Climate Change Policy and Law, within the project for Capacity Building in Higher Education, under the ERASMUS+, which is granted by the European Community.

The project will be implemented in three years (to January 14, 2024). The partners participating in the project are 10 universities and educational institutions from Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Greece, the UK, and Spain.

As the project coordinator, Hue University is responsible for managing, operating and participating in all project activities.

According to the representative of leaders of Hue University, the goals of the project is to develop the Master Curricula on Climate Change Policy and Law; improve the capacity and skills for teaching staff of partner units participating in the project. In addition, the project will foster the professional capabilities for the administrative team of partner units through career training programs, and promote the professional cooperation and exchange among the European Community, the project coordinator, the project partners, climate change experts, as well as climate change policy and law makers.

Story and photo: Huu Phuc