The InnoCENS Project

InnoCENS is a Capacity Building in Higher Education project,  funded by European Union's Erasmus+ Programme. The project consortium consists of 19 partners, with Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Sweden as the coordinating institution (grant holder). The project has last for three years, from 15/10/2016 to 14/10/2019.

The project aims to enhance engineering students's innovation competences and entrepreneurial skills in order to support socio-economic development in Armenia, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan. The specific objective is to develop innovation and entrepreneurship courses for engineering students, introduce innovation pedagogy and competence assessment in teaching and learning, establish 8 innovation centres which support students and teachers in their enterpreneurial activities. 

A short introduction to the InnoCENS project's background, organizations, activities and achieved results can be downloaded here.

The InnoCENS project was concluded with the International Conference on "Innovation & Enterpreneurship in Higher Education", held in October 2019, in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.


Last updated on 2021-03-18.