The project Development of the LLL Concept at the University of Montenegro will develop an LLL strategy to enable renewing and strengthening of links with labour market and industry, by including all stakeholders and strengthening their partnership, and, more concretely, by developing a comprehensive database on graduates, their employment rate, as well as identifying profiles lacking at the labour market. It will address recognition of prior learning and enable returning adult learners follow some additional courses, trainings suitable to their needs and aspirations, and make them find appropriate employment in society and become active citizens.
The University of Leuven is a modern university that offers a rich research and learning environment, rooted in a solid tradition, with its sights set on the future. Research is conducted in various scientific disciplines, based on fundamental, applied, clinical, and policy-oriented research.
K.U.Leuven is a richly varied community of people, with diverse interests, missions, nationalities, and expertise,with idea of its students becoming independent and critical thinkers. Within a total student population of 36,000, it counts about 4,500 international students, on all levels of study. Most international students participate in international master programmes (70 programmes available in English) or in doctoral studies.
The University obtained the ECTS label in 2005. All exchanges that take place, (650 outgoing and 750 incoming Erasmus students on a yearly basis, plus some 150 exchange students from university based programmes and projects) are supported by learning agreements and ECTS
Taking into consideration all the activities and experience in the field of education, LLL, international cooperation, as well as its tradition and reputation, the contribution of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven to the project will be significant in the respects of provision of expertise, exchange of knowledge and good practice in more than one aspects of the project.
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