The University Business Cooperation in International Dual Higher Education International Scientific Conference will focus on the strengthening the cooperation between education and business and future development of dual education in higher education.
The conference will be held Online on 3.-4. September 2020 via special designed for online conference website.
More than 200 participants – scientific researches, trainers, policy makers, educational experts from different EU countries will discuss, share ideas and exchange good practices online for the future development of dual education and for flexibilisation & on-going modernisation of engineering curricula by integrating periodical practical phases for up-to-date skills delivered by industrial professionals.
Special quests of the conference are Dr. Ronny Adhikarya, USA and Mr. Arno Meerman founder and CEO of the University Industry Innovation Network.
Dr. Ronny Adhikarya will focus on Strategies for Education Survival in a Disruptive Era of Infodemic, Post-Truth C-19, and Misinformation: Ideas for New Biz-Models, Curricula Changes, and Learning Management.
Mr. Arno Meerman will share his point of view for the University of the future and will give a holistic perspective towards for the roles of the universities.
Additional representatives of Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria will share their experience on Dual Practice-integrated Bachelor Programs of Engineering.
The delegates will have the possibilities to participate in special designed practical webinars: Project Funding For Higher Education: EU Trends and The changing nature of VET, the changing nature of dual training.
Interested? Please, register on: https://dynamic-project.eu/dynamic-conference/ by fill in the Registration form.
The Conference is organised under the Project Dynamic –Towards responsive engineering curricula through europeanisation of dual higher education, 588378–EPP-1-2017-1-DE-EPPKA2-KA, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.
Coordinator of the project is Hochschule Wismar – University of Applied Sciences: Technology, Business and Design.