In the aftermath of COVID-19, remote working has become the norm, and graduates now need an even wider range of skills which traditional classrooms and domestic internships don’t always emulate. Working in multiple time-zones, within global multi-cultural teams, and only ever meeting colleagues through online technology are just some of the challenges which require a new type of global graduate. Transversal skills including leadership, collaboration, innovation, digital, green, organisation and communication skills are critical.
Funding: Erasmus+ – €300,000
Ethics4EU is an Erasmus+ transnational project that will explore issues around teaching ethics in Computer Science. Ethics4Eu will develop new curricula, best practices and learning resources for digital ethics for computer science students. It follows a ‘train the trainer’ model for up-skilling computer science lecturers across Europe.
Funding: Erasmus+ – €450,000
Innovative methods of teaching and delivery will be promoted on this project, so that learners will benefit from improved quality and more engaging ways of learning on enterprise-focused courses, providing lifelong learning and upskilling opportunities for all.
Funding: Government of Ireland, Human Capital Initiative – €15,000,000
There are currently no submitted applications.