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INARM – Informatics and Management: Bologna-Style Qualifications Frameworks

Target area: Linking Higher Education & Society
Sub-target area: Practice-oriented Education
Target countries: Armenia, Russia, Ukraine
Target groups: Companies, Higher Education Institutions
Duration: 15.10.2012 – 14.10.2014
Partners:

Partners from EU:

1. Maria Curie-­‐Sklodovska University [Lublin, Poland] (Coordinator)

2. University of Koblenz-­‐Landau [Koblenz, Germany]

3. Link Campus University [Rome, Italy]

4. Technical University of Kosice [Kosice, Slovakia]

5. Quality Assurance Netherlands Universities [Utrecht, Netherlands]

6. World University Service – Austrian Committee [Graz, Austria]

 

Partners from Russian Federation:

7. Moscow State Humanitarian University

8. Lomonosov Moscow State University

9. State University of Management [Moscow]

10. Kuban State University [Krasnodar]

11. Samara State Technical University

12. Nizhniy Novgorod State Technological University

13. Krasnodar Regional Universities Alumni Association

14. Department of Labor and Employment of Samara Region

15. Employment Center of Nizhniy Novgorod Region

16. Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation [Moscow]

 

Partners from Ukraine:

17. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

18. Khmelnitsky National University

19. National Mining University [Dnipropetrovsk]

20. Sumy State University

21. Ivan Franko National University of Lviv

22. The Institute of Telecommunications and Global Information [Kyiv]

23. Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Khmelnitsky Region

24. Dnipropetrovsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry

25. Laboratory of Ideas [Lviv]

26. Ministry of Education and Science, Youth and Sport [Kyiv]

 

Partners from Armenia:

27. Russian-Armenian (Slavonic) University

28. State Engineering University of Armenia [Yerevan]

29. Vanadzor Branch of State Engineering University of Armenia

30. Republican Union of Employers of Armenia [Yerevan]

31. National Centre For Professional Education Quality Assurance [Yerevan]

32. Republic of Armenia Ministry of Education and Science [Yerevan]

 
Budget line: Tempus IV

 

Project Description

INARM (INFORMATICS AND MANAGEMENT: BOLOGNA-STYLE QUALIFICATION FRAMEWORKS) is a two-year multi-country project, under the EACEA N° 25/2011, 5th call and Higher Education and Society, Structural Measures action. INARM’s wider objective is to contribute to further improvement of Russian, Ukrainian and Armenian higher education by developing sectorial qualifications frameworks for informatics and management and promoting quality, coherence and relevance of the qualification awards.

The specific objectives aim to

• establish a platform for stakeholder active collaboration for identifying qualification requirements for bachelor and master students in the fields of informatics and management;

• develop sectorial qualifications frameworks (SQF) in the fields of informatics and management drawing on the National Qualifications Frameworks of the target countries and European Qualifications Framework;

• operationalize SQFs by introducing new learning outcomes for informatics and management in the partner countries.

The principal outcomes and outputs evolve around:

• Sectorial Qualifications Framework on informatics and management: BA and MA levels;

• Learning outcomes for BA and MA levels in informatics and management;

• Promoted relevance of the qualifications in informatics and management to the market needs;

• Established units managing sectorial qualifications frameworks in informatics and management and respective capacity building.

By joining the project the governments of the Armenia, Russia and Ukraine demonstrate high level of urgency of SQF development and awareness of the impact that high quality education and training has on a country in terms of sustainable economic growth and social development.



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