Wider Objective:

  • To contribute to the usage of renewable energy resources and  to increase the awareness about environmental protection
  • To support the accession of WB countries in EU through implementation of EU regulation in WB countries 

Indicators of progress:

  • Developed interdisciplinary master programme in energy efficiency and renewable energy sources at six partner universities by the end of the first project year
  • Increased competences of professionals who work in the area of environmental protection and energy efficiency
  • Increased number of  enrolled and graduated students at WB engineering faculties
  • Improvement of university cooperation with enterprises

How indicators will be measured:

  • Curricula pertaining to EU standards, fitting in the market needs and accredited by Senates and Ministry of education
  • Number of competitions for the employment of graduated masters in the field of RUE
  • Number of students enrolled and graduated each year
  • Positive feed-back from the labour market and employment organizations and societies



Specific Project Objective/s:

  • To develop and implement a modern  and flexible interdisciplinary two years (120 ECTS) master programme at WB universities  compliant with Bologna requirements
  • To bring master curricula, teaching methods, laboratory and library facilities at WB partner universities into line with the recognised standards
  • To enhance the quality and relevance of HE and communication channels for the transfer of know-how from university to enterprises in WB partner countries.

Indicators of progress:

  • Adoption of EU methods, concepts and programmes for university/enterprises cooperation in area of RUE and their harmonization with specific domestic demands
  • Retrained lecturers and assistants 
  • Cooperation agreements between WB and EU universities to strengthen and concretise their links


How indicators will be measured:

  • Number of updated courses and number of new textbooks and curricula accreditation
  • Number of teaching staff retrained in EU
  • Number of diplomas awarded and offered emploeyment  opportunities
  • Number of cooperation agreements

Assumptions & risks:

  • Social stability
  • Weak institutional and financial support from the WB National authorities