After submission of the proposal for European University EUNICE, the consortium members have not rested. The next activity of our consortium members was the preparation and successful submission of the project within the Strategic Partnerships for higher education call (KA203 action). This time we have invited, as a leader, one of the associated partners of EUNICE – University of Maribor. It is a good moment to express a special thanks to our colleagues in Maribor (especially to Mladen – thank you!).
The project entitled “Cyber Security – Training Students and Scholars for the Challenges of Information and Communication Technologies in Research and Studies for Internationalisation” was prepared by four partners: University of Maribor (UM), Poznan University of Technology (PUT), Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus (BUT) and Université Polytechnique Haut-de-France (UPHF). Partners plan to internationalise their study programmes in two significant fields of digitalisation: Cybersecurity and Internet of Things. Another objective of the project is to put more effort into the awareness of the benefits of e-learning and especially, to teach the preparation of e-learning materials and the use of the most common and most established tools among a wider population.