TEMPUS Eramis – European-Russian-Central Asian Network of Master’s degrees

The project: European-Russian-Central Asian Network of Master’s degrees “Informatics as a Second Competence (ERAMIS)” (in polish: Europejsko-rosyjsko-centralno-azjatycka sieć kształcenia na poziomie magisterskim – Informatyka jako druga kompetencja) is aimed into cooperation between European and Asian partners. The project is realized between January 2010 and January 14 2013. The list of partners contains 18 institutions from France, Poland, Spain, Germany, Finland, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Russia:

  1. Pierre Mendes France University from Grenoble (Contracting), France
  2. Lublin University of Technology, Poland
  3. University of Alicante, Spain
  4. Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany
  5. Savonia University of Applied Sciences, Finland
  6. Kyrgyz State National University, (Bishkek), Kyrgyzstan
  7. Kyrgyz State Technical University, (Bishkek), Kyrgyzstan
  8. Innovative University of Eurasia (Pavlodar), Kazakhstan
  9. Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Almaty), Kazakhstan
  10. Karaganda State Technical University (Karaganda), Kazakhstan
  11. Astrakhan State University, Russia
  12. Kazan State Technical University, Russia
  13. Saratov State Socio-Economic University, Russia
  14. Voronezh State University, Russia
  15. Enterprise “SYSTEMOTEKHNIKA”, Kazakhstan
  16. Enterprise “AKNET”, Kyrgyzstan
  17. Enterprise “SOFIT – Information systems” , Russia
  18. External Expert

The aim of the project is to establish ERAMIS – an academic network between Europe, Russia and Central Asia which will be responsible for organization of education at M.Sc. level – “Science as a second competency”. The project will also contribute to form a double diploma in network ERAMIS. Common curricula in computer science will be developed for the II degree students in Russia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan.
Another aims of the project are: increasing the level of education in computer science at universities of ERAMIS partnership network, promoting the best educational practices, creating opportunities for students’ mobilities between the network’s partners.

The project manager in the Institute: Marek Miłosz, Ph.D