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Harmonization of Biotechnology BSc out-put with the Medical Biotechnology MSc in-put requirements at Osijek and Pecs Universities
Project ID: HUHR/1001/2.2.1/0010
Project acronym: BIOTECHEDU
Project title: Harmonization of Biotechnology BSc out-put with the Medical Biotechnology MSc in-put requirements at Osijek and Pecs Universities
Project website: www.medbiotech.aok.pte.hu
Call: HUHR/1001
Action: 2.2.1 Cross-border education, training and exchange projects
Total project budget: 160 163,28 €
EU contribution: 136 138,78 €
Project Duration 01 September 2011 − 31 August 2012
Geographical location of the project: Baranya megye, Osječko-baranjska županija
Project status: Finalized
Project description:

The project plans to harmonize the BSc out-put and MSc in-put requirements between the two universities involved. The main objective is to develop a modular system that is easily applied in biotechnology teaching at both universities. The teaching material will be developed in English to be accessible to students on both sides of the border. Although the primary target group of the project are undergraduate university students, whose Biotechnology BSc diplomas would be accepted in all European and American universities for MSc programs, beneficiaries will also include medical students, teachers and researchers at both universities.


Partnership

Lead Beneficiary

University of Pécs
Hungary, Baranya megye

 

Project Partner 1

Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek
Croatia, Osječko-baranjska županija

 

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