The project has successfully passed the competitive selection of the Erasmus+ program, funded by the European Commission, in the areas: Cooperation for innovation and exchange of best practices, and the Partnership for digital readiness.
1. Digitalization, automation and cyber security in the water sector
2. Training of graduates as specialists for solving global water problems
3. Digital surveillance for international organizations
4. Lifelong learning
5. Innovative digital tools for blended learning in water education.
Project coordinator - Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) Project participants - 11 universities from the USA, Poland, Germany, Sri Lanka, China, Australia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Romania, Israel, Turkey, Kenya.