EURASHE is a partner in the SEXTANT project on Student Exchanges and Credit Transfer Assisted by New Information Technologies.
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In accordance with the specific objectives of the project the following three outcomes are identified:
- A developed internal MSPU policy on the implementation of ECTS in accordance with the European guide book;
- Administrative staff training to manage student mobility, special techniques knowledge for development of ECTS courses and English language skills development.
- Introduction of e-database on student mobility and e-Student Mobility Support System (e-SMOSS) and e-ECTS catalogue of courses.
Each of these outcomes is realistic and manageable, but they also have a great potential for the future development of the RU partner universities’ management and changes in the Russian educational system. Short-term results of SEXTANT project are obtained within 2 years of TEMPUS JEP, however, long-term results are achieved through further dissemination of the project outcomes.
Following are some of the experts involved in the project: