The EUniAM project is a structural measures project that seeks to contribute to the development and enrichment of education institutions and systems at the national level in the Republic of Moldova.
The EUniAM project aims at enhancing the university autonomy in the Republic of Moldova by proposing legislative changes to the higher education legal framework.
The EUniAM project is answering to main objectives of national policies of the Republic of Moldova in the field of higher education related to enhancing university autonomy, namely:
- Consolidated Strategy of Education Development for 2010-2015
- Activity Program of Moldovan Government for 2009-2013 „European Integration: Freedom, Democracy, Welfare”
- Harmonization of higher education systems of Moldova in line with principles of Bologna process.
The EUniAM project is funded with the support of the European Union under TEMPUS IV (2007-2013) programme for a period between October 15, 2012 and October 14, 2015.
The total budget of the project is €1,123,955.39, of which TEMPUS grant is €1,011,067.89 and co-financing is €112,887.50.
Aalborg University is the principal applicant and lead partner of the EUniAM project.
The EUniAM project coordinator is Dr. Romeo V. Turcan, Associate Professor of International Business and Entrepreneurship at Aalborg University, Denmark.
The national project coordinator is Prof. Larisa Bugaian, Vice-Rector of Technical University of Moldova.
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