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The Project Summary

In this project, the improvement of environmental studies as well as the focus on environmental problems and solutions in Mongolia will be aimed. 2 EU institutes (University of Szeged , Hungary – USZ and University of Oulu, Finland – UO) having great experience with BSc, MSc as well as PhD programs of Environmental Sciences and Environmental Engineering will improve BSc program of Environmental Engineering in 3 institutes in Mongolia (School of Agroecology and Business – SAB, National University of Mongolia – NUM and German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology – GMIT) as well as to form MSc level Environmental Engineering curriculum firstly at NUM. During this project, European Partners will improve as well as bring new courses to the Mongolian curriculum in a course, seminar as well as a laboratory level including producing new handouts, presentations, laboratory evaluations, Massive Open Online courses (MOOC) as well as building and managing a proper Environmental Engineering Laboratory in all 3 Mongolian Institutes. With this project, new MSc of environmental engineering program will be revealed, the BSC studies will be improved, mongolian staff (teachers, technicians etc.) will be trained, industrial involved dual programme teaching will be instructed and public and young students will be involved and informed about the importance of climate change and environmental problems, the students will be programmed in an upgraded level, new connections with industries will be formed as well as EU-Mongolian connections will be strengthened in both educational and research point of view. Also the project will disseminate the results to professionals of public and private sector to equip them with useful tools and knowledge.

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Events

News

Date Participants Type Info Jobs
2021
All partners
online
Kick-off
March 29th
Mongolian Partners
Brief intro to EU delegation in Mongolia and general public
All partners
online
Second big meeting
July 9th
Enkhdul Tuuguu, András Sápi
online
workshoping
Dissimination activity: introductory presentation of TACMEE project at the annual conference "Environment-2021".
September 10th
Enkhdul Tuuguu, András Sápi
online
workshoping
Contract, EU MS report, website + project brochure, Financial inner reports; survey summary, video from labs, curriculums for mongolian partners - BSc and MSC syllabi improveing drafts; lab station choose
September 17th
NUM, SAB, SZTE, GMIT
online
labroatory expercices
October 06th
SZTE, NUM
online
labroatory expercices, tendering
November 17th
SZTE, NUM
online
operational meeting
project broschure in a text form for Mongolian version (András), homepage upgrade in Mongolian (Enkhdul), quotation waiting for SAB, COVID problems,
December 14th
SZTE, NUM
online
final BSC, MSC and lab program
2022
All partners
online
3rd big meeting
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Results

Contacts

For further information with regards the project don’t hesitate to reach out to one of the relevant contacts below.

Prof. Zoltán Kónya

Project Leader

6720, Szeged, Rerrich square 1

konya@chem.u-szeged.hu

tel: +36-62-544-620

Dr. András Sápi

Project Coordinator

6720, Szeged, Rerrich square 1.

sapia@chem.u-szeged.hu

tel: +36-30-325-00-21