The Final Conference of the first EU TEMPUS funded project, lead by an Albanian Higher Education Institution, POLIS University.
The project “Developing and Adapting Professional Programs for Energy Efficiency in the Western Balkans” brings together 11 regional and European partners, in an effort to modernize higher education curricula on energy efficiency. Most importantly, this project focuses on promoting and strengthening vocational training in Albania and Kosovo, particularly timely and in line with the government priorities in terms of higher education and employment. By 2016 two-year post-secondary programs and all necessary laboratory facilities have been established, with a strong career and market orientation and an enhanced applied skills dimension.
Project partners: University of Minho (PT), Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences (NL), Anhalt University of Applied Sciences (DE), Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (SK), University of Prishtina (XK), University for Business and Technology (XK), University of Montenegro (ME), Aleksandër Moisiu of Durrës (AL), Co-PLAN, Institute for Habitat Development (AL), the Albanian Constructors Association (AL).