1) Advanse Project
ADVANSE project is known as Advancing University Financial Management Practices In Southeast Asia.
ADVANSE aims at promoting the modernization of financial management practices and income diversification strategies in higher education institutions (HEIs) at regional level, with a view to sustainably strengthen the higher education systems and maximize the social return on investment in higher education in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.
a) Partner South East Asia Countries:
b) Partner from Europe :
- The Project Coordinator ADVANSE project
For more details information about ADVANSE Project, kindly visit official website at http://advanse.fh-joanneum.at/
UPM member for the ADVANSE project consists of:
Contact person :
Dr. Adilah Abd Razak
Tel Number : 03-8946 7871
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Ida Suhaila Md Tahir
Tel Number : 03-8946 6943
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2) MEDLIT (Erasmus+ CBHE Project):- International Media Studies: Media Literacy as a Media Competence Program for Social Change
The MEDLIT-project has officially been established in October 2015 by a grant from the European Commission within the framework of the Erasmus Plus programme, specifically the call for Capacity-building in the Field of Higher-Education. The mission for the consortium is to expand academic structures of knowledge exchange and transnational knowledge development in the field of Media Literacy.
It is meant to build capacities for a broad educational program of awareness and societal reasonability for the social and cultural usage of media in the interest of maintaining and developing individual motifs of meaningful and mindful participation in society-relevant discourses and social life.
Speaking about the consortium, the project network consists of three European Universities from Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands and altogether six Universities from Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The geographical focus on South-East-Asia is interesting because of many reasons: The phenomena of globalization are mirrored differently, in Asia more in terms of technology, as in Europe more in terms of culture. Both dimensions are important levels of development and in that meaning areas of social change to be societally understood, to be considered and reflected in the frame of social, cultural and media studies.
Furthermore, the South-East-Asia Region became a strong partner for academic cooperation for the Department of Communication, which we want to deepen, to widen and to strengthen with effects in a sustainable programme of diversification of teaching and research.
For more details information about MEDLIT Project, kindly visit official website at http://medlit.univie.ac.at/
MEDLIT project is handled by Faculty of Modern languages and Communication, led by :
Prof. Dr. Ezhar Bin Tamam (project leader)
Tel number : 03-8946 8691
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Updated:: 27/09/2017 [azlida_jamil]
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