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NaUKMA International Projects
Erasmus+ Key Action 2 Capacity Building in Higher Education
In 2015 NaUKMA joint the project BIHSENA Bridging Innovations, Health and Societies, coordinated by Maastricht University, the Netherlands.

The BIHSENA project aims to respond to a lack of education opportunities in the interdisciplinary area of health, innovations and society in the two countries of Russia and Ukraine, and to bridge a gap between (bio)medical and social scientists, academics and practitioners in these two countries as well as between local and international communities. The need for such education and interdisciplinary/cross-sectorial engagements is urgent against the background of healthcare systems transformation and attempts to find innovative solutions for persisting health problems in the Eastern European neighbouring areas.

School of Public Health (Dr. Tetiana Stepurko, stepurko12@gmail.com) coordinates the project at NaUKMA.

In 2016 NaUKMA was granted two new Erasmus+ KA 2 Capacity Building in Higher Education projects:

- DocHub, Structuring cooperation in doctoral research, transferrable skills training, and academic writing instruction in Ukraine's regions, coordinated by Vilnious University, Lithuania

- MILETUS, Students' Mobility Capacity Building in Higher Education in Ukraine and Serbia, coordinated be Hamburg University of Technology, Germany


 

 
About NaUKMA
1615 - Kyiv-Mohyla brotherhood school, later turned into Collegium, was founded

2012 - NaUKMA is a classical university with six faculties (Humanities, Social Sciences, Law, Economics, Computer Sciences, Natural Sciences). During the twenty years since its re-establishment, Academy has initiated reforms in higher education, was the first university in Ukraine to introduce the bachelor, master and PhD programs, a curriculum in Liberal Arts Education, and a system of entrance tests

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