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- Applied Production Sciences
- Architecture & Management
- Automotive Engineering
- Banking and Insurance Industry
- Biomedical Science
- Construction Design & Economics
- Design & Communication
- Dietetics and Nutrition
- Electronic Engineering
- Energy, Transport and Environmental Management
- Health and Tourism Management
- Industrial Management
- Information Management
- International Management
- Internet Technologies & Applications
- Journalism and Public Relations
- Occupational Therapy
- Product & Transportation Design
- Social Work
- ZML – Innovative Learning Scenarios
The project is aimed at developing smart educational tools – a master programme and a smart web portal ¬ to support students and startuppers in the construction of their entrepreneurial spirit and mindset, and in the acquisition of the practical know how to go from business idea to market. The main objective is to allow them to reach innovative contents and methods and share knowledge and know how – but also tricks and tips – about the challenging topic "how do I create a successful entrepreneurial venture".
DRIVES - Development and Research on Innovative Vocational Education Skills
DRIVES aims to implement the Blueprint objectives for the automotive sector, namely the delivery of human capital solutions to supply chain SMEs through the establishment of an Automotive Sector Skills Alliance, covering all levels of the value chain (vehicle production, automotive suppliers and automotive sales and aftermarket services).
The research project Apprenticeship Q deals with the quality control of practical parts in higher vocational education (Technician, Master, Bachelor). The aim is to develop an evaluation system for quality management that is to be used throughout Europe. In addition, a handbook for companies and institutions is planned, which summarizes the most important quality criteria for the practical phase of higher vocational education.
DualEdu - Implementation of Dual Education in Higher Education of Serbia
Serbia is faced with the challenge of quickly establishing a functioning training system for IT experts, which will meet the urgent needs of the labor market immediately. With the support of European universities and EU funding, there will be implemented a long-term solution.
TOURIST - Competence Centres for the Development of Sustainable Tourism and Innovative Financial Management Strategies
Sustainable tourism is a widely discussed concept in Europe and in order to preserve the touristic fascination of Thailand and Vietnam as one of the most important tourism destination in South-East Asia, the TOURIST project was created. TOURIST will implement 7 competence centres at higher education institutions in South-East Asia in order to create awareness and spread the idea of sustainable tourism.
HIV prevention app
The aim of the app design project for HIV prevention was to develop a prototype for an app on behalf of AIDS-Hilfe Steiermark, an AIDS support association in Styria. The app is intended for use in prevention workshops with young people between the ages of 12 and 18, as a means of reaching them more effectively.
Workplace Inclusion 4.0
Many businesses regard workplace accessibility as an inconvenient and costly obligation rather than an opportunity. The Workplace Inclusion 4.0 project aims to provide integrated training which will enable participants to improve the situation at work for people with disabilities. This will also enhance the company’s profile.
eCULT – electrified Car Ultra Light Technologies
Electric vehicles are very much a part of the streetscape nowadays. Despite their growing popularity, electric vehicles’ share of the domestic market is still very small. To give students at the Institute of Automotive Engineering at FH JOANNEUM an insight into the technology of zero-emission cars, they developed their own electric vehicle during the course of a number of studies and projects.
Human Cities_Challenging the City Scale
Between 2014 and 2018 experiments were conducted investigating ways in which people could reinvent and share in shaping their city. As an applied research project, Human Cities analysed, tested and implemented participatory processes aimed at helping city-dwellers explore various aspects of their city.
The main aim of the RI2integrate project is to exploit the economic development potential in the Danube area and to better integrate EU investment projects in the field of R&D. The project is therefore intended to develop and implement innovative tools for policy learning on embedding research infrastructures in the Danube region at a macro-regional level.