Student Initiatives in Southeast Europe

first_img Share 0 Similar Stories Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit February 9, 2011 Published by Site Default ← MA Program in Sustainable Energy Development Students against Corruption – project proposals for small projects by local student groups and organizations that address corruption issues in higher education. We are interested to receive project proposals which are dealing with any type of corruptive practices students may experience – from the intellectual degradation and students’ dishonesty, low quality and irrelevance of higher education studies to the abuse of administrative power, lack of transparency of university functioning and corruption of various student servicesHow to ApplyAll submitted project proposals must meet the following requirements:initiated and implemented by undergraduate students;submitted and implemented by existing student organizations.Project proposals may cover the preparation and actual running of the proposed activities.The maximum length of a project is 12 months.Applications should be submitted electronically as one PDF file to [email protected] no later than February 29, 2012.Applications must include:Completed Information SheetProject Proposal (the detailed description of the project idea and the planned activities, the timeline of the project activities, expected outcomes of the project and the detailed budget of the project in USD or EUR)CV of the project leader(s)Contact InformationKrisztina SzeberinProgram CoordinatorHigher Education Support ProgramOpen Society Institute-BudapestEmail: [email protected] Official Website Student Initiatives in Southeast Europe +1 Examination of higher education reforms in SEE Europe and the quality of higher education – project proposals for cross-boarder initiatives by SEE student organizations from at least in two different SEE countries that will examine the implementation of the recent higher education reforms at the national and/or regional level and explore its potential and limitations for fostering higher education reforms in the SEE region from the students’ point of view. Homophobia in Schools in Eastern Europe, Ljubljana, Slovenia → Deadline: 29 February 2012Open to: Student organizations and student initiatives from SEE countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro and Serbia)Grant: Maximum amount is $25,000 USDThe aim of the Student Initiatives is to empower students to address issues related to systemic change in higher education. SI supports the involvement of students in the democratization of the educational process and in building issue-based transnational student alliances in South Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.The International Higher Education Support Program is pleased to invite project proposals for new projects from students within its Student Initiatives from the following Southeast European (SEE) university student communities: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, and Serbia.For 2011, SESI invites student organizations and groups to submit project proposals for the following new student project in the SEE region:Student Solidarity for Antidiscrimination and Access to Higher Education in SEE countries – project proposals that would study the current practices of exclusion and advocate for the access to and inclusion in higher education of students on the grounds of gender, race, ethnicity, disability, religion and sexual orientation. Tweet Pocket LinkedIn 0last_img read more