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20/05/2019

This 1st edition of the MET Erasmus+ capacity building project newsletter focuses primarily on the initial kickoff meeting at the end of February 2019, hosted by Germany & Finland.
In South Africa, Nelson Mandela University (NMU) is the lead South African University participating in the Erasmus + Project, collaborating with Cape Pensula University of Technology (CPUT) and Durban University of Technology amongst three other Universities in Europe, from Finland, Germany and the United Kingdom.
ERASMUS stands for European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students.
 
The aim of the Erasmus+ capacity building project in Maritime Education and Training (MET) that is currently taking place between the six participating maritime universities, is to develop systems processes aiding the development of Maritime Education & Training.
 
The project is geared towards the fostering of dialogue in order to enhance the following objectives within the various institutions: (1) The development of the respective MET curricula, (2) enhancements in pedagogical processes, and (3) to develop facilities and resources in order to deliver a quality education.
 

The Erasmus+ MET teams from Finland, Germany, UK & South Africa (Feb 2019)

The MET Erasmus+ Newsletter: ERASMUS-newsletter-ed1

Contact information
Mr Howard Theunissen
Senior Lecturer
Tel: 27 41 504 2011
howard.theunissen@mandela.ac.za