Project: Creative Danube: Innovative teaching for inclusive development in small and medium-sized Danubian cities
Acronym: Danubian SMCs
Programme: Erasmus+ KA203
Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action Type: Strategic Partnerships for higher education
The Faculty of Architecture is a partner in a new Erasmus+ KA203 project – Danubian SMCs – on the behalf of the University of Belgrade, which will last 35 months. The focus of the project is on an interdisciplinary teaching, being primarily a collaborative educational project that emphasises both the transfer of knowledge between university partners and between teachers and students of all partners. At longer term, the project will show how Danubiansmall and medium-sized cities can be better known and valorised with unconventional and creative teaching methods, getting to an inclusive and stimulative attitude both for teachers and learners and for local stakeholders. Through this, the project will create a link to the creativity and innovation requirements on the labour market and the expected competences of the graduates in territorial planning field.
The project partners in Danubian SMCs Project are:
Lead partner: Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism (UAUIM) – Faculty Of Urban Planning, Bucharest, Romania;
Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) – Faculty of Architecture, Budapest, Hungary;
Slovak University of Technology (STU) – Faculty of Architecture, Bratislava, Slovakia;
Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien) – Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Planning, Vienna, Austria;
Danube University Krems (DUK) – Faculty of Education, Arts and Architecture, Krems/Donau, Austria;
University of Novi Sad – Faculty of Technical Sciences, Novi Sad, Serbia; and
University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade, Serbia.
The project team from the University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture:
The first transnational meeting of Danubian SMCs project was held in Budapest, Hungary, on November 11-12, 2019. The purpose of the meeting was the establishment of managerial structure of the project and the presentation of the competences of all partners. Prof. Aleksandra Djukić, project manager, Svetlana Tolić, financial manager, and Branislav Antonić, T.A., financial manager, attended the first meeting on the behalf of the University of Belgrade.