In the context of the Erasmus+: Strategic Partnerships programme, DOBA Business School has started two international projects, which will last two or three years, respectively.
Last week, the first partnership meetings for two new international projects, with DOBA Business School as a project partner, were held:
Training for Education, Learning and Leadership towards a new Metropolitan discipline (TELLme). The lead partner of the project is Fondazione Politecnico di Milano, and in addition to DOBA Business School, the project also includes partner institutions from Italy, Spain, Argentina, and Mexico. The project is aimed at collecting best practices in the development of smart cities.
Enhanced Digital Competencies for Business Usage (EnDigiCom). The lead partner of the project is Europa-Wirtschaftsschulen GmbH – EWS Vienna, and in addition to DOBA Business School, the project also includes partner institutions from Germany, France, Belgium, and Great Britain. The project focuses on the exchange of best practices in digital marketing and social networks and the preparation of a set of competencies from this field which are necessary to fill the positions of business assistants.
The participation in international projects and the expansion of the network of partner institutions are among the key strategies of DOBA Business School. Previous experience with international projects is very good, as in addition to the work done on the international project, there are also other forms of cooperation with partner institutions such as virtual mobility, staff and teacher mobility, study visits, and joint scientific and research work.