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.
WUS is an association committed to the promotion of the human right to education on the basis of academic freedom and university autonomy, organized as a loose federation of more than forty independent country committees presently chaired by WUS Canada. Since its establishment, it has been working on the promotion of higher education in various countries all over the world. Since 1994, following the conflict in former Yugoslavia, WUS Austria has developed a regional focus on South Eastern Europe (SEE).
WUSAustria implements its activities mainly in Austria, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia.
Through its continuing efforts in the field of higher education in SEE, WUS Austria has been playing an integral part in the reconstruction and advancement process of higher education in the region, focusing on four core areas: Higher Education Development, Linking Higher Education & Economy, Arts & Culture and Higher Education & Human Rights.
WUS Austria - office in Podgorica, has significant experience in the field of higher education in Montenegro, thanks to its activities and projects that have been carried out so far. Apart from having the in-depth knowledge and experience with the academic community in Montenegro in general, which will add to their role in the project in general, their specific expertise will be especially emphasized in the process of improvement of learning opportunities (WP3), since they experience from the `Labour Market Oriented Curriculum Program` - LMOCP will be utilized and of great importance for adaptation and creation of market oriented modules, aimed at adult learners.