International Cooperation Framework for Next Generation Engineering Students (NextGEng) is an Erasmus+ Cooperation partnership in higher education project which started at the beginning of October 2022 and will end at the end of September 2025. In this project, there are six full partners who are participating in all project’s activities: Technical University of Cluj Napoca (main partner) and Robert Bosch SRL from Romania; Jamk University of Applied Sciences and Valmet Technologies Oyj from Finland; University of Jaen and Sensory Integration and Robotics from Spain. This project aims to develop an international cooperation framework that promotes international team-teaching aligned with the European Education Area 2025 and labour market needs, including actions to support collaborative, international and experiential learning in engineering. To achieve that end, NextGEng activities are based on three lines of action: a tailored training process for teachers, an international team-teaching pilot program and cases for experiential learning. This paper describes the aims and main activities of NextGEng, details of three lines of action, and achieved results during the first project year.
Kakko, A. (2023). International Cooperation Framework For Next Generation Engineering Students. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/Y6PP-WN87
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