CREATING THE NETWORK OF KNOWLEDGE LABS FOR SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT ENVIRONMENTS – KLABS
The project Creating the Network of Knowledge Labs for Sustainable and Resilient Environments is capacity building action in the field of higher education, co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. KLABS is the educational platform which addresses two current and equally important challenges of urban and rural built environments in Western Balkan – sustainability and resilience to climate change, by developing and offering the following
study programmes in 2017/2018:
SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCE OF THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Faculty of Technical Sciences, Kosovska Mitrovica
ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT
Faculty of Civil Engineering, „Džemal Bijedić“ University of Mostar
ENERGY EFFICIENT AND GREEN ARCHITECTURE
Faculty of Architecture, Belgrade
Higher Technical Professional School, Zvečan
INTEGRATED DESIGN: ARCHITECTURE, CITY AND LANDSCAPE
Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy, Banja Luka
ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF SETTLEMENTS
State University in Novi Pazar
Work methodology of KLABS project is elaborated through five work package types, encompassing in total 24 work packages necessary to achieve project aims and objectives. WP 1 - Initiation of project implementation includes organisation of the Kick-off meeting and the analyses of needs, constrains and possibilities for curricula development...
The overall aim of the project Creating the Network of Knowledge Labs for Sustainable and Resilient Environments is to support the modernisation of higher education in Western Balkan Region by implementing strategic approach in the development of innovative platform for the delivery of knowledge about sustainable and resilient environments...
KLABS project aims to deliver diverse results, where the innovative study programmes, educational material and centres for sustainable and resilient environments account for the main tangible and sustainable ones.
The approach to development of interdisciplinary curricula joining areas of engineering, architecture, construction...