The importance of relations between HEIs and their socio-economic environment has become a topical issue in the last 20 years, being stressed in Europe within the current ‘Europe 2020 Strategy’. Employability of university graduates and ensuring stronger relevance of universities’ activities within their economic environment has moved high on the political agenda. Whereas in European countries relations between universities and enterprises have been developed and intensified during the past decade, PC HEIs need support and transfer of good practices for the creation of strategies and instruments in this domain; integrating lessons learned in Europe in the experiences and needs from the different target PCs constitutes an essential pillar of the project.
Taking into account initial need analysis, the project globally aims at contributing to the socio-economic development in the PCs by strengthening linkages between universities and enterprises in terms of cooperation and partnerships.
Within that global purpose, specific objectives of Hub4Growth are:
1. Strengthening managerial, strategic and administrative capacities of personnel of the 8 PC HEIs for the implementation of university-wide collaboration with local enterprises.
2. Establishment and pilot implementation of interface structures (University-Enterprise Centres, UECs) and services for the development and maintenance of universities-enterprises cooperation at the 8 PC HEIs.
In the framework of Hub4growth project, the Enterprise Collation Center - the University of Danang has organized the training course on soft skills, especially communination skill for UD’s students. The training course has attracted 35 students from UD’s affiliated...read more
The retraining workshop on “Knowledge Transfer” has been successfully held on 24th May 2018 for teachers and other staff members of the Thang Long University (TLU) - Enterprises Center. This retraining session is originated from the previously organised workshop by...read more
Career orientation and job searching assistance are essential for students and learners. Insufficient awareness of career orientation may bring a waste of time, efforts and money. On the other hand, professional advice can help boost our success. UEC of Thang Long...read more
The 3rd HUB4GROWTH training workshop on “Knowledge Transfer” and the Conference on “Enterprise – University Linkage”, which were held in Kathmandu, Nepal, on 27-29 March, 2018, have been organised by the Bribhuvan...read more
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship launched at School of Information and Communications Technology – University of Danang
In the morning of 23/11/2017, the University of Da Nang solemnly held the Opening Event of Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a bridge linking UD’s students and businesses. This event marked a starting point for long-term and sustainable development strategy...read more
A new Maker Innovation Space at The University of Danang, developed in an ongoing partnership between Arizona State University and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), previewed opportunities for hands-on STEM learning during a visit from newly...read more
Presentation of the project at during the meeting with the colleagues from Latvia and Poland at the Faculty of Public Security, Mykolas Romeris University, Kaunas, Lithuania
The Faculty of Public Security at Mykolas Romeris is an active member of many opportunities, provided by the frameworks of Erasmus + and Lithuanian Research Council. The members of the community participate in Erasmus academic exchange, and also use the other grants...read more
Conference on “Linking training, research and technology transfer in higher education institutions” University of Danang
Attendees of the seminar were Assoc.Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Phuc - Deputy Minister of Education and Training; Assoc.Prof. Le Trong Hung - Director General, Department of Science, Technology and Environment, Ministry of Education and Training; representative leaders of...read more
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