a joint EU/Myanmar project, which is
'Supporting the modernisation, accessibility, and internationalisation of environmental protection in Myanmar’s higher education sector'
Year 1 timeline:
A new curriculum in Environmental Protection is developed by the three Myanmar and three European universities, assisted by the non-academic partners (Harrison Institute, MBNS, UNREDD...)
The four Myanmar universities, with training from the three European universities, prepare staff and equipment to test the new curriculum.
Year 2 timeline:
The new curriculum is tested with postgraduate students at the three Myanmar universities; staff and students are chosen on merit and equality of opportunity
Further training in a range of technical, language and soft skills is provided by the European universities to the Myanmar staff
The new curriculum is assessed and changes made, as necessary.
Year 3 timeline:
The new curriculum is used to train postgraduate students in Environmental Protection at the three Myanmar universities
The skills of staff and students are further reinforced in training programmes, both in Myanmar and in Europe
Uptake of the new curriculum is encouraged by using outreach to promote equity of access to the three Myanmar universities.
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Official project title: MuEuCAP - 'Supporting the modernization, accessibility and internationalization of environmental protection in Myanmar's higher education sector'