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Build University - Enterprise Partnership

Work Package Details

Related Assumptions and Risks: 

The main assumption is that industry experience is essential for the success of curriculum and training of the graduate. Hence, industry must be involved and industrial level training must be integrated in the programs built on this curriculum. The major risk is finding industry partners who like to join this effort.


This work package will focus on establishing a mechanism for involving industry collaboration as an integral part of the developed curriculum. So, input and training from leading industry players in the partner countries will feed into the curriculum. Training tutorials and case studies will be developed, and then integrated to the curriculum. The training tutorials will be customized as short training sessions, and then coached to professionals and judges, lawyers, prosecutors, law enforcement, and judicial officers, for life long learning to societies at large.

This work package will also focus developing an innovative partnership model to foster cooperation between universities and enterprises, establishing liaison offices in the participating PC institutions, with a role to develop linkages jurisdictions, governments, industry, academic institutions, professionals, and other interested parties. Also, to invite judges, lawyers, prosecutors, judicial officers, and ICT security experts to participate in advisory boards, conduct seminars, review curricula, and carry out joint projects.

One key objective of the project is the need to collaborate, train and transfer knowledge from faculty from EU universities to faculty in partner country universities. This one area where capacity building is of deep need from EU partner countries, where this work package will aim to achieve by increasing collaboration and training through a face-2-face workshops


3.1 University - Enterprise Partnership Model
3.2 Selection and development of case studies
3.3 Conduct Training for IT and Legal Professionals
3.4 Capacity building workshop