Build · Create · Cooperate

Specific Objectives

Promoting ACTIVE COOPERATION and partnership between actors from the knowledge triangle: HE institutions (BUCKS, IHU, UPM, UTB, UNIPA), industry (EVM, EYEBB, UMOU), Chamber of Commerce (ACIF) and local/Regional Bodies to obtain an impact on environmental responsibility, modernisation and internationalization of HE.

Able to provide and recognize HE students the most important competencies and skills, such as internationalization and use of digital learning.

This new pathway will include validation of prior learning and will aim to improve the level of both sector-specific, high level basic and transversal competences and skills, with particular regard to those relevant for the labor market in the water security-related sector: management, entrepreneurship, languages and leadership as well as their contribution to a cohesive society, in particular through increased opportunities for both learning and labor mobility and through strengthened cooperation between HE and relevant stakeholders.

Providing more opportunities for students to gain all the specific and transversal skills required and involving them along with partners’ staff and stakeholders in shaping the outcomes and ensuring their relevance.

These objectives seek to address the needs above indicated and are relevant to all participants, organizations and key stakeholders. Innovation activities, including those related to education and training, tend to be geographically concentrated in individual entities where knowledge has been transferred among different industrial, educational and training sectors, taking special account of the substantial influence of geographic culture. Innovation in education and training is rarely achieved in isolation, as competences and experiences are spread across from different HE entities, outside academia and geographical borders.

These characteristics make PARADOX well-positioned through it’s actors which crosscut different sectors and countries, and results.

Our Focal Points

Active Cooperation
Digital Learning
Transversal Skills