The EIW 3 project “Entrepreneurship is a woman 3” (ID882194 COSME) within the framework of the European Commission's Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program
The Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs project is a cross-border exchange program that enables new, young and ambitious entrepreneurs to acquire skills and knowledge experienced entrepreneurs who own small businesses in other countries participating in this Program, and experienced entrepreneurs - to learn about the prospects and new business ideas of young entrepreneurs, to start cooperation with foreign partners. The exchange of experience is carried out by organizing a business trip of a young (new) entrepreneur to the country of the host entrepreneur for a period of 1 to 6 months. The EU's Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs program is part of the EU's COSME program. The stay is partially subsidized by the European Commission.
The main goal of the EIW3 project is to promote the development and promotion of women's and social entrepreneurship in Europe and increase the competitiveness of European small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) run by women and potential startup women by organizing exchanges between start-ups and experienced entrepreneurs. to new markets, finding potential business partners and establishing business contacts.
USAID project “DOBRE” involves the Consortium for Public Administration Education Enhancement Project which aims to promote Public Administration study programs.
Successful participation in the large-scale program of the British Council "Development of Leadership Potential of Ukrainian Universities" with the project "Regional hub for gamification of the study process" Nobel-Quiz ".
Equal education for everyone LEADERS OF CHANGE FOUNDATION, Lane Kirkland SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
The aim of the project is to promote the quality and accessibility of higher education for people with disabilities. On April 4-7, 2019, working and integration meetings and a discussion panel "Accessibility of higher education for people with disabilities in the context of inclusion and implementation of the equal opportunities strategy" took place. In addition, the concept of accelerating the process of social integration of people with disabilities by providing accessible and quality higher education was discussed.
The International Visegrad Fund is an international organization which promotes development of closer cooperation among the Visegrad Group (V4) countries—the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia—and to strengthen the ties among people in the region. The Fund provides funding for common cultural, scientific, research and educational projects, youth exchanges, promotion of tourism and cross-border cooperation. Most of the grant recipients are non-governmental organizations, municipalities and local governments, universities, schools and other public institutions and also individual citizens.
In 2013, Alfred Nobel University won and successfully implemented a grant from the International Visegrad Fund during 2013-2015. In November 2016, a contract for the extension of the Grant for January 2017 - June 2018 was signed.
In January 2017 the project Transformation and educational processes in the Visegrad Group countries was launched
The aim of the project is to create an elective course. The course will intend to look broadly at the issues and challenges faced by the CEE region during transition from a planned to a free-market economy with a particular emphasis on the Visegrad group. The course tackle broad political and economic issues connected with Visegrad functioning and cooperation.
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Tempus (Tempus / Tacis - JEP - 27224 - 2006 - Beneficiary of the project - University of Amsterdam, partner of the Alfred Nobel University project. Project: Towards increasing the competitiveness of Ukrainian agriculture-development of a new MBA-degree program in agriculture.