28 January 2022 | Münster

The Science to Business Marketing Research Centre (S2BMRC) has officially started the ERASMUS+ project eWBL (work-based learning). The online kick-off meeting took place on the 28th of January 2022.

The meeting was organized and led by S2BMRC as the project lead partner. Delegates from all partner institutions also attended: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (Netherland); Momentum Business Consulting & Marketing Services limited (Ireland); Univerze v Ljubljani (Slovenia); Università Ca' Foscari Venezia (Italy); and Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini S.r.l. SB (Italy).  

The FH Münster and the S2BMRC were represented by Jun.Prof.Dr. Sue Rossano-Rivero, deputy director at the S2BMRC and Habtamu Garomssa, project coordinator and  Luise Henßler, project assistant.

The meeting was organised  in three parts: Part 1 focused on the the presentation of the partner's profile and their project team members. In the second part, the detailed presentation of the main work packages (needs analysis, framework development, toolkits & OERs, and capacity building) was presented and discussed by all partners. Finally, the last part of the meeting covered the topics of project management, quality assurance and dissemination.

The meeting was highly efficient and productive as it allowed partners not only to present their respective work packages but also the next steps into the project start. The next Transnational Project meeting will be hosted by University of Groningen, in which the first outputs will be presented and discussed.

About the project

The project focuses on fostering the transversal skills of students such as collaborative problem-solving and interpersonal communication, which are critical for the success of graduates in a work environment. By taking the COVID 19 pandemic which forced educators to find new ways of offering work-based learning in an online environment as an opportunity, the project aims to collect and synthesis best practices. The best practices would then be translated into frameworks and replicable models. The ultimate goal is to upskill educators in HE (lecturers, trainers and administrative staff) on how to design and deliver high quality eWBL.  The project brings together six partners from five different European countries and would run for the next three years.

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