The project aims at introducing best STEM practices into the Russian and Kazakh educational systems.

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STEM approach to education means a cross-disciplinary approach to learning and teaching, which goal is to develop soft skills relevant for modern society such as critical thinking, creative approaches to real-world problems, communication, collaboration, and team building.

The project’s goal is to create products and activities for both students and faculty including 6 Master degree programmes, 30 new courses, 6 STEM resource centers, opportunities for academic mobility, conferences, advanced training, and summer programmes (summer schools, festivals).

Project's official web-page: https://stem-project.org/

Participating educational institutions

Project Coordinator

Linköping University (Sweden)

 

Partners

European Union 

University of Helsinki (Finland)

University of Limerick (Ireland)

Hacettepe University (Turkey)

Russian Federation

Belgorod State University

Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University

Republic of Kazakhstan

Eurasian National University

M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University

S. Amanzholov East Kazakhstan State University