UNESCO Chair on Digital Cultural Heritage MNEMOSYNE
at the Cyprus University of Technology

Exciting Developments from the ARTEST project Erasmus+

The ARTEST project Erasmus+ aimed at enhancing education in Arts and Humanities through European STEM methods, recently hosted a successful Quality Assurance Meeting and Workshop at the Cyprus University of Technology in Limassol, Cyprus from May 27th to 29th, 2024.

This three-day event was packed with insightful presentations, discussions, and collaborative sessions focused on our project deliverables and ensuring the highest quality standards. Here are some highlights:

  • Day 1: We kicked off with a warm welcome from our hosts, followed by a comprehensive review of our project’s achievements and milestones. The day continued with presentations from each Work Package Leader, discussing their progress and challenges.
  • Day 2: The focus was on adapting education methods to meet modern challenges and developing new skills workshops for educators. We also delved into the piloting and follow-up of our elaborated MA program.
  • Day 3: Our final day included a dive into the development and licensing of the MA program, alongside discussions on establishing new partnerships and collaboration opportunities for students’ internships and exchange visits.

We even managed an amazing visit to the historic Lambousa Fishing Boat at Karnagio, where we experienced a unique blend of culture and history!!

Thank you to all participating partners from across Europe and Mongolia for their invaluable contributions. Together, we are shaping the future!

ARTEST project members
Everyone together
A visit to the Lambousa

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