Projects

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences projects

 

Year 2019

Study satisfaction analysis based on international experience

The CV Creation Platform Based on an Artificial Intelligence Module

2SPYWARE Development of Prototype of Automated Cyber Security Infrastructure

Year 2018

Innovative Method to Promoting Entrepreneurship Education to Teenagers

Entrepreneurship+ (ENT+)

Research on Integration of Spatial Design of 3D Scanning and Customized Clothing

Icelandic Language: The Ethnic Process

ACTINART Nordic/Baltic Network on Entrepreneurial Mindset Development in the Arts

NordPULS Network for Jazz, Pop and Rock

Research on Students’ Critical Thinking and Creativity Development through their Involvement into Academic Activities

Study Satisfaction Analytic

The Impact of Corruption Perceptions in the Higher Education System and its Possibilities for Prevention

CREAzone is the First Step towards Entrepreneurship and Creativity (CREAzone)

Seven Seas – Entrepreneurship and Creativity Start ”(Seven Sea Captains – 7SC)

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Improvement of Study Practice Organization and Implementation of Professional Practices (gerapraktika.lt)

Improving the Competences of Adult Deaf Educators in Interactive and Distance Learning

Ukraine Studies Platform (for Demobilized ATO Soldiers) – Educational Road-map “A Step Towards Entrepreneurship”

Building Educational Cooperation in Smart City

 

Year 2017

Practicing Skillfully

Developing Entrepreneurship and Creativity of Students and Teachers by Developing Business Ideas in Cultural and Creative Industries in Alytus Region

Hillary Online Community to Foster Female Entrepreneurship

Foreign Lecturer Lectures at the Faculty of Economics

European Quality Assurance in Transnational VET Mobility through Socially Responsible Behaviour

The Mediation System Development in the Education Sector

Entrepreneurship in Initial Primary Teacher Education (EIPTE)

21st Century Competences: What Students Want, what Employers expect and what Schools offer

Influence of non-formal Education and Volunteering on Study and Career Choices

 

Year 2016

Well-School-Tech

Hey! Teachers, don’t Leave the Kids alone

Multilingual United

Youth Work in Digital Era through Cultural and Religious Diversity

LAND

Creating a Photovoltaic Technology Cluster Innovation Promotion System to Ensure the Competitiveness of the Photovoltaic Sector (InoPV)

ART and SOCIAL CHANGE: a Path to Recovery

Nordic-Baltic Network of Engineering/2016

Online Courses with Videos for the Field of Veterinary Communication Dealing with Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases Transferable from Animals to Humans ZOE – ZoonosesOnlineEducation

Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Europe – CALOHEE

 

Year 2015

Increasing Study Availability

Sustain Your Life Through Social Entrepreneurship

SWW Smart and Safe Work Wear Clothing

Partnerships to Ensure Risk Management in Practice

Forum ROMAnum – Interactive Theatre Games Inclusing Roma Minorities

Year 2014

Inclusive Education in Early Childhood: Developing Good Practices

European Everyday of Sport

Adopting of Problem-based Learning Methodologies into Veterinary Nurses’ Professional Training

 

Year 2019

Study satisfaction analysis based on international experience

Foundation: Competition for Citizens, Scientific, Creative and Sports Students Projects organized by Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Lithuania

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT).

Project aim: To develop the ability of various college students in Lithuania to carry out applied research activities, to cooperate in researching student satisfaction at national level.

Duration: 2019 05 02 – 2019 12 15

 

The CV Creation Platform Based on an Artificial Intelligence Module

Foundation: Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LT)

Coordinator: “Žmogiškųjų išteklių platformos” UAB (LT)

Partners: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Project aim: To create a CV site platform that helps artificially assess the suitability of each candidate for a job position through artificial intelligence and helps jobseekers to choose the most appropriate occupation and workplace. The new CV standard, which would not only address the ineffective selection processes of employers, but also make the CV standard itself available to potential employees through an automated CV filling platform, which would help reveal and provide the strongest candidate qualities to the workers seeking help through artificial intelligence.

Duration: 2019 – 2021

 

2SPYWARE Development of Prototype of Automated Cyber Security Infrastructure

Foundation: Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LT)

Coordinator: “Kibernetinio saugumo sistemos” UAB (LT)

Partners: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Project aim: To revolutionize the malware detection industry by fundamentally replacing anti-virus infrastructure by automating a virus detection mechanism to detect anomalies in non-standard system activities.

Duration: 2019 – 2021

 

Year 2018

Innovative Method to Promoting Entrepreneurship Education to Teenagers

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Europen – Pen International EV (DE);

Friedrich-Frobel-School (DE);

Panfilo Serafini Lola Comprehensive Institute by Stefano Sulmona (IT);

Don Calabria Institute (IT);

Kaunas district Garliava Jonučiai Progymnasium (LT).

Project aim: To create a simulation model of a company for 12 – 15 years-old pupils to develop their entrepreneurial skills, social relationships, behavior and to increase motivation to learn.

Duration: 2018 10 01 – 2020 09 30

 

Entrepreneurship+ (ENT+)

Foundation: Nordplus Horizontal programme

Coordinator:  Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (NO)

Partners: Enterprises in Pori City Association (FI);

German-Baltic Chamber of Commerce (LT);

Haugaland Vekst IKS (NO);

Headay Oy (FI);

Pori City Municipality (FI);

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Ungt Entrepenorskap (NO);                               

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The purpose of this project is to increase all involved project partners knowledge and understanding of entrepreneurship training, education and practical placement; to build a new cross-sectoral Nordic-Baltic network on entrepreneurship education and training and hereby contribute to advanced Nordic-Baltic cultural and social community. By bringing together partners horizontally and within different sectors and instrumental settings, we will be able to promote increased collaborate learning. ENT+ involves both higher education institutions, municipality actors, NGOs and local/regional entrepreneurship networks/clusters as well as business and Chamber of Commerces.

Duration: 2018 09 01 – 2021 08 31

 

Research on Integration of Spatial Design of 3D Scanning and Customized Clothing

Foundation: Research Council of Lithuania

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Project aim: During the Summer Summer Practice, you will acquire 3D scans of the human figure, learn how to process scanned information and analyze the anthropometric data of scanned figures, create and primate collections of clothing in a virtual environment.

Duration: 2018 07 02 – 2018 08 31

 

Icelandic Language: The Ethnic Process

Foundation: Nordplus Nordic Languages programme

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: IS-Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies (IS);

IS-Folk Music Festival in Siglufjord (IS);

IS Music School at Tröllaskagi (IS);

Vilnius University (LT).

Project aim: The goal for this project is to increase the awareness of the Icelandic language in Lithuanian society by involving artistic methods, in particular singing.

Duration: 2018 05 01- 2020 04 30

 

ACTINART Nordic/Baltic Network on Entrepreneurial Mindset Development in the Arts

Foundation: Nordplus programme

Coordinator: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EE)

Partners: Bifröst University (IS);

Danish National Academy of Music (DK);

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music (LV);

The Danish National School Of Performing Arts (DK);

Royal Academy of Music (UK);

Royal College of Music (SE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Encourage the interest of Lithuanian society in the languages of the northern European countries by means of artistic methods, especially singing, raising awareness of the Icelandic language, improving educational and didactic methods of Icelandic language learning, and developing a unique Icelandic language learning material.

Duration: 2018 05 01 – 2019 09 01

 

NordPULS Network for Jazz, Pop and Rock

Foundation: Nordplus programme

Coordinator: The Royal Academy of Music (DK)

Partners: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EE)

Jazeps Vitols Latvian Academy of Music (LV);

Karelia University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Örebro University (SE);

Savonia University of Applied Sciences (FI);

The Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, Southern Denmark (DK);

University of Gothenburg (SE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Encourage collaboration between Nordic / Baltic higher education institutions that develop jazz, popular and rock music performers and exchange experiences.

Duration: 2018 05 01 – 2019 09 01

 

Research on Students’ Critical Thinking and Creativity Development through their Involvement into Academic Activities

Foundation: Ministry of Education and Science (LT)

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Project aim: To carry out research on critical thinking and creativity of Lithuanian higher education students through involvement in the activities of students’ academic life.

Duration: 2018 05 02 – 2019 12 15

 

Study Satisfaction Analytic

Foundation: Competition for Citizens, Scientific, Creative and Sports Students Projects organized by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT).

Project aim: To develop the ability of students of different Lithuanian colleges to carry out applied scientific activities, to collaborate on the study of students’ satisfaction with studies at the national level.

Duration: 2018 05 02 – 2018 12 15

 

The Impact of Corruption Perceptions in the Higher Education System and its Possibilities for Prevention

Foundation: Competition for Citizens, Scientific, Creative and Sports Students Projects organized by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania

Coordinator: Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The goal of the project is to develop the creativity, critical thinking, initiative, citizenship, ability to perform applied research and collaborate on a national scale in Lithuanian college students.

Duration: 2018 05 02 – 2018 12 15

 

CREAzone is the First Step towards Entrepreneurship and Creativity (CREAzone)

Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Lithuanian Business Confederation (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Marijampolė College (LT);

Mykolas Romeris University (LT);

Šiauliai University (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

St. Ignatius of Loyola College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Help students combine business models and creative discoveries into organic, young and promising businesses.

Duration: 2018 04 04 – 2019 10 04

 

Seven Seas – Entrepreneurship and Creativity Start ”(Seven Sea Captains – 7SC)

Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Lithuanian Employers’ Confederation (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences LT)

Marijampolė College (LT);

Mykolas Romeris University (LT);

Šiauliai University (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

St. Ignatius of Loyola College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Developing student entrepreneurship and creativity through integrated integration of different methods and tools for promoting entrepreneurship: lectures, workshops, camps, competitions, entrepreneurship trips, consultations, communication with entrepreneurs.

Duration: 2018 03 29 – 2019 09 29

 

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Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Education Development Centre (LT)

Partners: Kaunas University of Technology (LT);

Klaipėda University (LT);

Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LT);

Mykolas Romeris University (LT);

Šiauliai University (LT);

Vilnius University (LT);

Vytautas Magnus University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To improve pupils’ educational attainment by promoting effective change in educational institutions. The implementation of the changes will be supported in two directions – by introducing innovations in the field of teacher qualification improvement and preparation for the work of a teacher.

Duration: 2018 03 12 – 2022 03 12

 

Improvement of Study Practice Organization and Implementation of Professional Practices (gerapraktika.lt)

Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Lithuanian Employers’ Confederation (LT)

Partners: Aleksandras Stulginskis University (LT);

Marijampolė College (LT);

Mykolas Romeris University (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Improvement and renewal of innovative student practice organization (gerapraktika.lt) by introducing innovations.

Duration: 2018 01 01 – 2019 06 01

 

Improving the Competences of Adult Deaf Educators in Interactive and Distance Learning

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (UK)

Coordinator: Public Institution Vilnius Deaf Rehabilitation Center (LT)
Partners: “LGK Plius” UAB (LT);

Vilnius Apskritis Sign Language Translator Center (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Promote the upgrading of the qualifications of specialists providing sign language translation services to deaf persons, ensuring quality education of deaf (and not only) adults on this issue; to create innovative learning environments and programs by ensuring quality and creative education of sign language interpreters for adult deaf people

Duration: 2018 – 2020

 

Ukraine Studies Platform (for Demobilized ATO Soldiers) – Educational Road-map “A Step Towards Entrepreneurship”

Foundation: Lithuanian Research Council, Lithuanian-Ukrainian bilateral science and technology programme

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT) and Kyiv National University of Technology and Design with the support of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine

Project aim: To enhance the attitude of the soldiers demobilized from the ATO zone towards their entrepreneurship and employability and to foster their active behaviour in the labor market. With the assistance of the Faculty of the Business Management of Vilniaus kolegija / University of Applied Sciences, the educational platform in Kiev National University of Technologies and Design with the aim to enhance entrepreneurship skills of demobilized soldiers will be established.

Duration: 2018 01 01 – 2019 12 31

 

Building Educational Cooperation in Smart City

Foundation: Nordplus Horizontal programme

Coordinator: Estonian Entrepreunership University of Applied Sciences (EE)

Partners: International School of Tallinn (EE);

Mainor AS (EE);

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO);

Oulu University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Tampere University of Applied Sciences (FI);

University of Akureyri (IS);

Vidzeme University of Applied Sciences (LV);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To support creation of a new network through knowledge transfer and innovation in multicultural environment of educational institutions, enterprises and sector organizations. This aim is achieved through close cooperation between them in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

Duration: 2018 01 18 – 2019 12 31

 

Year 2017

Practicing Skillfully

Foundation:  European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Lithuanian Association of Hotels and Restaurants (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Kauno Kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

AVM – Graičiūnas School of Management (LT);

SMK University of Applied Social Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The project, joining the Lithuanian Association of Hotels and Restaurants and 6 high schools, will enable students to practice in teams combining students from different fields of study, and through innovative co-operation between a mentor and a student. The methods of smart practice will strengthen their general skills and will be developed to improve the general skills, and will organize training for students and their practitioners.

Duration: 2017 – 2019

 

Developing Entrepreneurship and Creativity of Students and Teachers by Developing Business Ideas in Cultural and Creative Industries in Alytus Region

Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: National Association of Creative and Cultural Industries (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Kaunas University of Technology (LT);

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LT);

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT);

Vilnius Academy of Arts (LT);

Vytautas Magnus University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To develop the quality of entrepreneurship and creativity skills development in higher education institutions by creating the conditions for incorporating creative activities in interdisciplinary teams for the study process, aimed at developing students ‘and teachers’ creativity and social entrepreneurial competencies, and directing the generation of social culture and creative industries (CCI) business ideas in Alytus region.

Duration: 2017 12 19 – 2019 08 19

 

Hillary Online Community to Foster Female Entrepreneurship

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (ES)

Coordinator: University of Valladolid (ES)

Partners: Babele Create Together SRL(RO);

Eurocrea Merchant SRL (IT);

University of Greenwich (UK);

Stichting Business Development Friesland (NL);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To form students’ entrepreneurial mindset, entrepreneurial skills and abilities, to promote and support student initiative and creativity in implementing social innovations. The project aims to create an innovative online model of social entrepreneurship education, integrate it into studies and thus increase the employability of students and contribute to the development of gender equality in society. In addition, the project provides for the creation of an international online platform for discussing innovative business ideas with a view to introducing them to the market.

Duration: 2017 11 01 – 2019 10 01

 

Foreign Lecturer Lectures at the Faculty of Economics

Foundation: Education Exchanges Support Foundation Program for Foreign Teachers Arriving at Lithuanian Higher Education Institutions

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Cracow University of Economics (PL)

Project aim: During the project, a series of 10 lectures on consumer behavior took place, taught by dr. Jaroslaw Swida.

Duration: 2017 10 16 – 2017 10 27

 

European Quality Assurance in Transnational VET Mobility through Socially Responsible Behaviour

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (UK)

Coordinator: Europa Training Ltd (UK)

Partners: A.I.A.M. (Mobility Friends) (PT);

Partners: Essenia UETP (IT);

European Center for Quality (BG);

EVBB (DE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Project sets the overall aim to improve quality assurance in transnational VET mobility through socially responsible behavior of all VET mobility actors, thus promoting and further developing quality in mobility and sustaining learning outcomes. Specific objectives are: to provide mobility organizers with an innovative framework to assess, monitor and promote QA and sustainability at all stages of VET mobility; to foster mobility organizers to verify and continuously improve quality of mobility activities through the development of a new to date practical approach for self-audit; to enhance applicability and facilitate transferability of the project innovative approach through the provision of a set of recommendations, strategies and good implementation practices.

Duration: 2017 10 01 – 2019 09 30

 

The Mediation System Development in the Education Sector

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Public Institution Assistance for Teenagers Initiative (LT)

Partners: Biržai ,,Saulės” Gymnasium (LT);

Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LT);

Rezekne Academy of Technologies (LV);

Rezekne State Gymnasium No1 (LV);

Work and Life Thuringia (DE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).                 

Project aim: The main aim of the project is development of Nonviolent Communication skills in schools by implementing mediation system. The objectives of the project are: enhancing school educators’ professional development through development of mediation training programme and organization of trainings; fostering pupils’ conflict resolution skills through development of training programme and organization of training activities; raising awareness of mediation as effective method for Nonviolent Communication within school communities.

Duration: 2017 09 01 – 2019 08 31

 

Entrepreneurship in Initial Primary Teacher Education (EIPTE)

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (DE)

Coordinator: Leuphana University of Lüneburg (DE)

Partners: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Project aim: The overall objective of this project is to get more higher education institutions to implement entrepreneurship education and/or enhance the quality of entrepreneurship education in their initial teacher education for primary teachers.

Duration: 2017 09 01 – 2020 08 31

 

21st Century Competences: What Students Want, what Employers expect and what Schools offer

Foundation: Competition for Citizens, Scientific, Creative and Sports Students Projects organized by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania

Coordinator: Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Alytaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The Klaipėda State College and the project partners: Vilnius University, Utena, Panevėžys and Šiauliai College Students’ Scientific Societies have jointly conducted a study of hidden corruption in the system of higher education. The goal of the project was to develop the creativity, critical thinking, initiative, citizenship, ability to perform applied research and collaborate on a national scale in Lithuanian college students. Participants are students from Vilnius, Utena, Panevėžys, Klaipėda and Šiauliai State Colleges. The project will be implemented in Vilnius, Utena, Panevėžys, Klaipėda and Vilnius

Duration: 2017 05 01 – 2017 12 31

 

Influence of non-formal Education and Volunteering on Study and Career Choices

Foundation: Competition for Citizens, Scientific, Creative and Sports Students Projects organized by Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Partners: Kaunas University of Applied Engineering Sciences (LT);

Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT).

Project aim: To develop the ability of students of different Lithuanian colleges to carry out applied scientific activities, to collaborate on the study of students’ satisfaction with studies at the national level.

Duration: 2017 05 01 – 2017 12 31

 

Year 2016

Well-School-Tech

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)              

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: European Center for Quality Ltd. (BG);

Europa Training Ltd. (UK);

Italian National Institute of Health (IT);

Promimpresa s.r.l. (IT);

University of Lodz (PL).

Project aim: To provide teachers with the appropriate competencies and tools to monitor and manage the level of mental wellbeing of secondary school students. The exchange of knowledge and expertise among partners will give the opportunity to create an innovative pedagogical tool on the basis of already developed practices in the field of mental well-being management in school. ICT methodologies will be integrated in order to create more attractive resources targeting lower secondary school students and fostering ITC-based teaching and learning methods.

Duration: 2016 10 01 – 2018 10 31

 

Hey! Teachers, don’t Leave the Kids alone

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (IT)

Coordinator: I.E.R.F.O.P. Onlus (European Institute for Research, Training and Vocational Guidance (IT)

Partners: University of Lodz (PL).

University of Bologna (IT);

Development and Education Centre Novo mesto (SK);

26th primary schools in Limassol (CY);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim:  The project is based on the idea to create specific training tools to enable teachers to engage directly, at least potentially, with each student (especially with those at risks of exclusion for social or economic reasons, or for cognitive or physical disabilities) and each family in an individual and group way, to reconnect this relationship into networks of exchange and social cohesion to take them away to their solitude and/or prevent the risk that they establish new types of solitude in their scholastic experience.

Duration: 2016 10 01 – 2018 10 30

 

Multilingual United

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (EL)

Coordinator: Europe Express (EL)

Partners: ASOCIATA D.G.T(RO);

Estonian UNESCO Youth Association (EE);

Fundacja Inkubator Innowacji (PL);

Verein zur Förderung von Kulturaustausch und Nachhaltigkeit in Europa (AT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To implement a Youth Exchange for 40 people from 6 different countries in order to create a workshop scenario about importance of foreign languages learning for employability, for young people in local communities around Europe. Most important methods used during the project will be: learning-by-doing, peer-to-peer learning, performance-based activities, brainstorms and work in small groups.

Duration: 2016 09 20 – 2017 07 19

 

Youth Work in Digital Era through Cultural and Religious Diversity

Foundation:  Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Youth association „Milžinų lizdas“ („Giant’s Nest”)

Partners: The project includes representatives of the most prominent European Union universities and colleges, representatives of their associations and other scientists from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Great Britain, Czech Republic, Spain, Greece, Georgia, the Netherlands, Moldova, Portugal, Romania, and Ukraine.

Project aim: The project is directed against the growing youth radicalism, intolerance and xenophobia across Europe due to the migration crisis. The project promotes a positive attitude towards cultural and religious diversity and promotes intercultural dialogue.

Duration: 2016 09 05 – 2017 05 04

 

LAND

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (ES)

Coordinator: Asociacion 217SUR (ES)

Partners: Corpo Nacional de Escutas Agrupamento 314 Moura (PT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The project solves the problems of cultural diversity and social differences, the problem of animal abuse, as well as examines the importance of volunteer organizations working with children with autism, examines the needs of the third-age population and ways of searching for survivors through sports as a tool and scout movement.

Duration: 2016 08 01 – 2016 10 31

 

Creating a Photovoltaic Technology Cluster Innovation Promotion System to Ensure the Competitiveness of the Photovoltaic Sector (InoPV)

Foundation: Lithuanian Business Support Agency (LT)

Coordinator: Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies (Protech)

Partners: GLASSBEL EU” UAB (LT);

“KEMEK ENGINEERING” UAB (LT);

“Modernios E-Technologijos” UAB (LT);

“KEMEK ENGINEERING” UAB (LT);

“Saulės Vėjo Aruodai” UAB (LT);

“Soli Tek cells” UAB (LT);

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT);

Center for Physical Sciences and Technology FTMC (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To increase the added value of the photovoltaic technology cluster members and the whole Lithuanian field of photovoltaic technologies and the competitiveness of enterprises by integrating this high-tech business into the global value-added chain of photovoltaics and promoting close cooperation in the field of R&D and innovation.

Duration: 2016 – 2018

 

ART and SOCIAL CHANGE: a Path to Recovery

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: Arts & Health South West (UK);

The “Casa dei Giovani” (IT);

Institute for Project Support and Competencies Development (DE);

The House of the Imag (FR);

Portraits of Recovery (UK);

Public institution Social support projects (LT).

Project aim: The aim of the project – to develop an innovative training programme aimed at strengthening transversal competences of health staff working with people in recovery from substance misuse and dual diagnosis.

Duration: 2016 06 19 – 2019 02 28

 

Nordic-Baltic Network of Engineering/2016

Foundation: Nordplus Higher Education programme

Coordinator: Novia University of Applied Sciences (FI)

Partners: Åland University of Applied Sciences (FI);

Estonian Academy of Arts (EE);

Estonian Open Air Museum Foundation (EE);

Gjøvik University College (NO);

Østfold University College (NO);

Tartu Art College (EE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To increase mobility between higher education institutions in the Nordic countries.

Duration: 2016 06 15– 2017 10 01

 

Online Courses with Videos for the Field of Veterinary Communication Dealing with Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases Transferable from Animals to Humans ZOE – ZoonosesOnlineEducation

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (RO)

Coordinator: Ion Ionescu de la Brad University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (RO)

Partners: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (RO);

EuroEd Foundation (RO);

Grigore TPopa University of Medicine and Pharmacy (RO);

Experimental Zooprophylactic Institute of Abruzzo and Molise „G. Caporale “di Teramo (IT);

Soros International House (LT);

University of Zagreb (HR);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Project aims to develop methodical conditions for effective prevention, diagnosis and treatment zoonosis in EU projects partners countries.

Duration: 2016 01 09– 2019 03 30

 

Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Europe – CALOHEE

Foundation: European Social Fund and Erasmus+ programme

Coordinator: International Tuning Academy (NL)

Partners: The project involves representatives of the most prominent European Union universities and colleges, representatives of their associations and other scientists.

Project aim: Prepare a study and practical tools for assessing the competences of undergraduate and graduate students in the European context. The project covers five areas: engineering (civil engineering), health care (nursing), humanities (history), science (physics) and social sciences (education).

Duration: 2016 – 2018

 

Year 2015

Increasing Study Availability

Foundation: European Social Fund Agency (LT)

Coordinator: The State Studies Foundation (LT);

Partners: Aleksandras Stulginskis University (LT);

European Humanities University (LT);

Kauno Kolegija/ University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Kaunas Forestry and Environmental Engineering University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Kaunas University of Applied Engineering Sciences (LT);

Kaunas University of Technology (LT);

Klaipėda University (LT);

Klaipėda State University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Kolping University of Applied Sciences (LT);

LCC International University (LT);

Lithuanian Maritime Academy (LT)

Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LT);

Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LT);

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences (LT)

Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Marijampolė College (LT);

Mykolas Romeris University (LT);

Panevėžio kolegija/ University of Applied Sciences (LT);

SMK University of Applied Social Sciences (LT);

Šiauliai University (LT);

Šiauliai State College (LT);

Northern Lithuania College (LT);

St. Ignatius of Loyola College (LT);

Utena University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilnius College of Design (LT);

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT);

Vilnius Cooperative College (LT);

Vilnius College of Technologies and Design (LT);

Vilnius University (LT);

Vilnius Business College (LT);

Vytautas Magnus University (LT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To ensure access to higher education and to improve the quality of studies for students with special needs.

Duration: 2015 – 2020

 

Sustain Your Life Through Social Entrepreneurship

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (IT)

Coordinator: PRISM – Promozione Internazionale Sicilia-Mondo (IT)

Partners: Parish of Cascais and Estoril (PT);

The Domino Association (RO);

Consulta Europa Projects and Innovations SL (ES);

Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences Foundation (NL);

Roccadi Cerrere Consortium Company (IT);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The aim of the project – to share best practices and to encourage young people and youth leaders in social entrepreneurship, thus contributing to youth employment.

Duration: 2015 12 01 – 2017 11 30

 

SWW Smart and Safe Work Wear Clothing

Foundation: Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme

Coordinator: Centria University of Applied Sciences (FI)

Partners: Riga Technical University (LV);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To develop innovation in smart and safe work wear clothing in professional clothing sector.

Duration: 2015 11 20 – 2019 02 28

 

Partnerships to Ensure Risk Management in Practice

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LV)

Coordinator: BA School of Business and Finance (LV)

Partners: Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (NL);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: The project is based on the need to address the real life issues, the situations and projects that are rapidly changing in today’s environment and conditions. The chosen methodology is appropriate for the chosen tasks to be solved. Modern technological tools will give the best possible contribution to learning skills.

Duration: 2015 10 01– 2017 10 01

 

Forum ROMAnum – Interactive Theatre Games Inclusing Roma Minorities

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners: AGITA – an association for promoting the theatrical-artistic culture in the School and in the Social (IT);

Youth Councils Association (BG);

MOSTart International Cultural Community Association (HU);

Project aim: To involve young generations of Roma minorities as key persons of mentality change to execute and generate project activities and theatre games. The project raises awareness on the importance of communication and understanding, which is necessary for solving problems, for creating innovative solutions and finding new pathways.

Duration: 2015 09 01 – 2017 09 01

 

Year 2014

Inclusive Education in Early Childhood: Developing Good Practices

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (TR)

Coordinator: University of Balikesir (TR)

Partners: Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen (NL);

Polytechnic Institute of Coimbra (PT);

University College South Denmark (DK);

Northumbria University at Newcastle (UK);

VIVES University College (BE);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To produce a manual with the models of inclusive education of the different participating countries and a created transnational model with all the best components together in the languages of participating countries to be used in teacher preparation for the development of competencies and talents of children in inclusive classrooms.

Duration: 2014 09 01 – 2017 08 31

 

European Everyday of Sport

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (BG)                 

Coordinator: Bulgarian Sports Development Federation (BG)

Partners: Mine Vaganti NGO (IT);

A.D.E.L – Association for Development, Education and Labour (SK);

Rijeka Sport’s Association (HR);

“Hope For Children Hungary” (HU);

Association Institute of Innovative Technologies INT (PL);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: Project has been designed to improve sharing of good practices, priority of Erasmus+ programme, to find and promote good practices from first and second edition of European Week of Sport and to encourage participation in sport and physical activity. The most specific topic this strategic partnership has been focused on the development, identification, promotion and sharing of good practices.

Duration: 2016 05 01 – 2017 10 31

 

Adopting of Problem-based Learning Methodologies into Veterinary Nurses’ Professional Training

Foundation: Erasmus+ programme (LT)

Coordinator: Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT)

Partners:  Abivet S.R.L. (IT);

European Center for Quality Ltd. (BG);

Banat University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Timisoara (RO);

Vilniaus kolegija/University of Applied Sciences (LT).

Project aim: To adopt problem-based learning methodology into education process of Veterinary nurses and to create methodical guides for students and facilitators for this purpose.

Duration: 2014 01 09 – 2016 01 10