Strengthening of Internationalisation in B&H Higher Education

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Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries NatRisk project Milan Goci University of Ni NEO Serbia preventive monitoring/ 20th April 2017 Project number: 573806-EPP-1-2016-1-RS-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP "This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein" Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Basic Information Contract number 573806-EPP-1-2016-1-RS-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP Project acronym NatRisk Project name Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Project duration 15th October 2016 - 14th October 2019 Programme ERASMUS+ Call for Proposals EAC/A04/2015 Total cost 1,245,746.00 Coordinator University of Ni, Serbia Univerzitetski trg 2, 18000 Ni, Serbia Project website www.natrisk.ni.ac.rs Project e-mail [email protected] 2

Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Natural hazards flood volcanic eruption thunderstorm drought earthquake tornado high wind speed heavy snowfall 3 landslide Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Natural hazards Natural hazards cause directly significant loss of life, set back economic and social development, reductions in crop yields, destruction of homes and other infrastructure and indirectly increased food prices and food insecurity. We cannot avoid natural hazards, but we can prevent them from becoming disasters. More than 1.5 billion people have been affected by disasters in various ways and the total economic loss was more than $1.3 trillion (Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030). Between 2002 and 2014 natural disasters in

the EU caused over 80000 deaths and over 100 billion of economic losses. 4 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Motivation Management of natural disasters became the greatest global challenge and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development and is set as a goal both in Europe 2020 (target 3. climate change) and the 2030 agenda for Sustainable Development United Nations (Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts). WB countries should above all develop new or improve the existing education in this field, to raise technical capacity and accomplish creation of more efficient systems for better response when natural disasters occur. 5 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Overall Broader Objective Education of experts for prevention and management of natural disasters in the region of Western Balkan (WB) according to the national and EU policies. 6 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk

management in Western Balkan countries Specific Objectives Identification of natural disasters to be managed in WB region and all aspects of prevention and consequences in order to define specific competencies for professional practice Development and implementation of the new advanced master curricula in Natural Disasters Risk Management (NDRM) in line with the Bologna requirements and national accreditation standards Development of trainings for the public sector and citizens for reaction in case of7 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Project Realisation Identification and analysis of WB problems and needs in NDRM, comparison of best practices in EU and WB, determination of discrepancy level of NDRM in EU and WB (by May 2017). Development of master curricula with all necessary elements in line with the Europe 2020 strategy, ET 2020, Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area and the Bologna requirements, training of teaching staff (by December 2017), upgrading teaching environment (by June 2017). Development of educational trainings for citizens and public sector (by February 2018). Implementation of master curricula with

8 students internships and student and staff Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Student Involment Students will be informed about developed new master curricula and provided internships in WB and EU partner countries and they will be given opportunity to study in EU within the Special Mobility Strand (45 mobilities). Students feedback through the self-evaluation of master curricula will be one of the main indicators of the project quality. Students will be actively involved in promotion of developed master curricula. 9 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Short Term Impact Indicators Short term impact Target groups/potential beneficiaries Quantitative indicators Qualitative indicators Professional

development Teaching staff 93 trained staff Professional performance, assessment, self-evaluation Innovative knowledge gaining Students Knowledge assessment Capacity building Institution At least 120 of enrolled and graduated students 7 laboratories with new equipment; upgraded 7 libraries with new library units Awareness about new educational trainings and their significance Citizens/public sector At least 420 registered participants Interest in trainings

participation Improved competences through educational trainings Citizens/public sector At least 420 trained participants; 14 one-day trainings Knowledge assessment Innovative skill and knowledge gaining Students/Staff At least 15/21 of realized mobilities Skill and knowledge improvement Better working conditions 10 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Long Term Impact Indicators Long term impact Target groups/potential beneficiaries

Quantitative indicators Number of scientific papers in international journals in the field of management of natural disasters Qualitative indicators Quality of teaching staff Scientific community Permanent modernisation and update of master curricula Graduated students with the knowledge that can be immediately implemented in practice Innovative knowledge application Experts in management of natural disasters in WB region Number of newly topics and courses Periodical reaccreditation

Labour market in WB region Number of new employees Quality of measures in improving system for risk reduction Wider community Number of projects of application related to management of Quality achieved through the natural disasters by practice educated proffesionals Quality of papers 11 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Sustainability Seven new master programmes in NDRM at the WB partner HEIs that will be developed, accredited and implemented. Three new training programmes in NDRM (one per each WB partner country) with training materials for public sector and citizens developed and conducted. Retrained teaching staff with up-to-date knowledge in NDRM to teach on the new master

programmes. Advanced teaching and learning process introduced. 12 Introduced new laboratory equipment, Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Consortium EU partners University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU, AUSTRIA) Middlesex University Higher Education Corporation (MUHEC, UK) University of Messina (UNIME, ITALY) buda University (OE, HUNGARY) Technical University of Crete, Chania (TUC, GREECE) 13 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Consortium Western Balkan partners University of Ni (UNI, Serbia) Academy of Criminalistics and Police Studies (KPA, Serbia) University of Pristina in Kosovska Mitrovica (UPKM, Kosovo*) University of Sarajevo (UNSA, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Republic of Srpska - Ministry of Interior, Police College, Department for police education (VSUP, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Technical College of Applied Sciences Urosevac with 14 temporary seat in Leposavic (TCASU, Kosovo*)

Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Consortium Associated partner Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Serbia 15 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries NatRisk Map 16 Source: http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/projects/eplus-project-details-page/?nodeRef=workspace://SpacesStore/c3a0d5cf-9f44-40b1-8731-23c187fc13ee Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Work Packages Preparation WP1: Analysis of natural disasters needed to be managed in Western Balkan region Leader: University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna Preparation WP2: Development of master curricula Leader: University of Messina Preparation WP3: Development of trainings for citizens and public sector Leader: University of Defence in Belgrade Development WP4: Implementation of developed master curricula and trainings Leader: University of Sarajevo 17 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries

Work Packages Quality Plan WP5: Quality assurance and monitoring Leader: Middlesex University Higher Education Corporation Dissemination & Exploitation WP6: Dissemination Leader: University of Ni Dissemination & Exploitation WP7: Exploitation Leader: University of Ni Management WP8: Project management Leader: University of Ni 18 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Workplan for project year 1 Activities Ref.nr/ Sub-ref nr 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3.1 3.2 3.3 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

4.6 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 7.1 7.2 7.3 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 Title Identification of natural disasters to be managed in WB Introduction with established practices in EU countries for NDRM Workshop on master curricula best practices in EU countries Development of aims, specific competencies and learning competencies of master curricula in WB HEIs Development of courses content and syllabi Training of teaching staff for innovative teaching methods Providing of students internships positions Harmonization of teaching environment with EU best practices and purchasing of laboratory equipment and literature Surveillance of citizens and public sector awareness regarding natural disasters Study visits and analysis of courses best practices in EU countries Development of trainings content corresponding educational materials and selection of teaching staff Defining of admission requirements and enrolment of students Implementation of master curricula

Implementation of students internships Implementation of trainings for citizens and public sector Self-evaluation of master curricula Self-evaluation of trainings for citizens and public sector Regular Quality Assurance Committee meetings Development of the quality control plan Conduct external review of the project External financial control Inter-project coaching Creation of the dissemination plan for the project Development and maintenance of project website and creation of promotional materials and campaigns Promotional activity for student enrolment Promotional activity for trainings Creation of sustainability plan Accreditation of master curricula Realization of student and staff mobilities between WB and EU partners Kick-off meeting Regular Steering Committee and Project Management meetings Development of guidelines on the project management and reporting Day-to-day coordination of project activities Submission of interim and final reports Total duration (number of weeks) M1 M2 M3 M4 M5

M6 M7 3X= 3X= 3X 3X 3X 3X 3X 3X 3X= 3X= 3= 3X= 3X= 4= 4X= 11 2X 26 9 1 3X 18

18 11 11 2X 2X X X X 16 2X 3X 3X 4X 4X M8 M9 M10 2X 2X 2X

3X 3X = 4X 2= 4X 2= X 4X = X 2X 2X = 2= 9 2= 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6

0 0 0 6 M11 M12 4X = X 4X 2= X = = 2= 3X= 3X 3X 2X= 2X= 10 0 2 6 0

2X= 3X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X 2X= X= X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= X= X X X

X X X X X 0 2 5 3X= 2X= 6 15 0 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 3X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X=

2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 2X= 19 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries 20 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries NatRisk Management structure Project Consortium (12 partners) Contact Persons Coordinator Institution UNI Project Coordinator Steering Committee (SC): one representative from each partner institution, 12 Project Management Committee (PMC): Project Coordinator + 8 WP Coordinators Work Package Leaders: representatives from UNI, BOKU, MUHEC, UNSA, UNIME, UNID Quality Assurance Committee: 4 members (UNI, BOKU, MUHEC, OE) Mobility Strand Team: 5 members (UNI) Task Leaders: from each institution involved in a particular WP 21 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries

Steering Committee No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Acronym UNI BOKU MUHEC KPA UPKM UNSA VSUP TCASU UNIME OE UNID TUC Name Dragan Anti Michael Tritthart Sally Priest Saa Mijalkovi Neboja Arsi Emina Hadi Mile ikman

Predrag Stanojevi Giuseppe Tito Aronica Agota Dregelyi-Kiss Boban orovi Georgios Stavroulakis 22 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Project Management Committee No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Acronym UNI BOKU UNIME UNID UNSA MUHEC UNI UNI Name Milan Goci, Project Coordinator Michael Tritthart, WP1 Leader Giuseppe Tito Aronica, WP2 Leader Miroslav Talijan, WP3 Leader Emina Hadi, WP4 Leader Sally Priest, WP5 Leader

Dejan Rani, WP6 Leader Slavia Trajkovi, WP7 Leader 23 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Quality Assurance Committee No. 1 2 3 4 Acronym UNI BOKU MUHEC OE Name Zoran Nikoli Kurt Glock Sally Priest Gabriella Farkas 24 Development of master curricula for natural disasters risk management in Western Balkan countries Mobility Strand Team No. 1 2 3 4

5 Acronym UNI UNI UNI UNI UNI Name Ivica Mani Milan Goci Vesna Stankov-Jovanovi Slavia Trajkovi Mionir Raos 25

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