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Euro-Asian Collaboration for Enhancing STEM Education

Gilles Jacovetti
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EASTEM is a capacity-building project funded by Erasmus+ (KA2) with the aim of improving employability of STEM graduates from partner universities by ensuring students acquire skills needed in the workplace. Over the course of 3 years (2019-2022) and with a budget of 999.000 EUR, the project brings together 3 universities from Europe and 10 from Asia, creating a platform for partner universities to exchange best practices on student-centered and competency-based STEM education. The EASTEM project is co-funded with support from the European Commission, project (number 598915-EPP-1-2018-1-SE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP) under the Erasmus+ program. This document reflects only the views of the authors. The Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. This document and its annexes in their latest versions are available from the EASTEM website ( EASTEM Work Package 4 (WP4) is to facilitate industry engagement and competence integration into educational programs. Building on good case practises from all partner institutions, IMT Atlantique guided partners on how to integrate competence development for students into STEM education programmes and university strategies.


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Siegfried Rouvrais, Gilles Jacovetti, Charlotte Langlais, Philippe Lenca, Doan Van Dien, et al.. Euro-Asian Collaboration for Enhancing STEM Education: EASTEM WP4: Industry engagement and competence integration into STEM educational programs. Deliverable D4. [Research Report] IMT ATLANTIQUE; Lab-STICC. 2022. ⟨hal-03727580⟩
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