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Project summary

SPACE.COM is a three-year duration multi-country joint project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education Programme of the European Union (EU) launched in 2019.

The aim of the SPACECOM project is the development and improvement of existing master’s specialties in the field of space technology and space communications systems, artificial satellite technologies, as well as the use of satellite communications based on the recommendations of the Bologna process.

Key expected project results are:

  • Opening/updating master program in space engineering and technology;
  • Modernization of the existing and development of new courses related to Space and Communication Engineering;
  • Organizing new educational-scientific research laboratory for space engineering and technology;
  • Re-training personnel partner universities;
  • Developing new handbook and educational-methodological manuals

Specific objectives are:

  • Analyzing educational needs in the target field; reviewing the current curricula; updating current programmes and curricula according to recent advances in the target field;
  • Development, implementation and accreditation of new practice oriented and student-focused core and transferable curricula and modules including ECTS and innovative academic environment according to the B-Learning methodology;
  • Bringing the Higher Education Institutions of partner countries closer to the labor market