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The project ’Introducing interdisciplinarity in music studies in the Western Balkans in line with European perspective’ is a multicountry project in a field of music education that will consolidate efforts of experts from 6 EU countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Netherlands, Slovenia and Sweden – and 3 WB countries – Serbia, Bosnia and Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244/99). 18 institutions from HE, enterprises, science, association of universities, governmental, student and professional organizations will be involved in the project.

Objectives

The wider objective of the project will be to contribute the reorganization of musical education in the WB region in line with the current European trends. This will be accomplished by achieving the following specific objectives:

1. Modernization of curricula for the first and second cycle of studies; development and introduction of new modern and flexible interdisciplinary study programmes in all three study cycles;

2. Development and implementation of regional continuing education with certified lifelong learning courses. Principal outcomes and outputs of the project are: curriculum reform (redesign of BA and MA study programs, design of new BA, MA and PhD programs) in content, structure, teaching methods; implementation of reformed and new study programs at six PC institutions; upgraded methodology (teacher training, new teaching materials/equipment), design and implementation of LLL courses, quality assurance, dissemination and sustainability of the project results.

Principal outcomes and outputs of the project are: curriculum reform (redesign of BA and MA study programs, design of new BA, MA and PhD programs) in content, structure, teaching methods; implementation of reformed and new study programs at six PC institutions; upgraded methodology (teacher training, new teaching materials/equipment), design and implementation of LLL courses, quality assurance, dissemination and sustainability of the project results.

Consortium

InMuSWB consortium will consolidate efforts of experts from 6 EU countries – Austria, Czech Republic, Lithuania, Netherlands, Slovenia and Sweden – and 3 WB countries – Serbia, Bosnia and Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244/99). 18 institutions from HE, enterprises, science, association of universities, governmental and professional organizations will be involved in the project. Communication between partners will be realized on regular meetings, workshops, project web-site, correspondence, etc. Tasks are defined and distributed in a balanced way making results achievable within the project’s time-frame.

Financial committee

Financial committee will meet at least once a year (more often, if needed). One member from each academic PC institution will delegate for this committee. This body will provide necessary information for the steering committee and adhere to the planned budget during the project implementation

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