Experiental education. Interactive/Intensive course of European brand management (2020-2023)
Experiental education. Interactive/Intensive course of European brand management (brandy) is an Erasmus+ project with the main to design, implement and test an innovative experiential learning instrument to train management (more specifically marketing) students for their better employability. Team spirit, professionalism, the exchange of experience between the 11 partners involved in this endeavor provide the project with an interdisciplinary working framework reuniting professors with expertise in various fields, researchers, students and experts in international marketing, brand management, new technologies and gramificication. The result of the project will be the experiential based, interactive IP study module from the area of international brand management. It will use the game based scenario to increasing the effectiveness of teaching and involvement of the students. It will be available on internet platform together with the support. The teaching module BrandY will strongly impact the teaching the brand management strategies giving the students and teachers possibility to improve the skills needed on the job market.
The specific goals of the project are :
- To introduce the concept of game based experiential teaching as a way to increase the competences of students and for a better employability
- To improve the academics' teaching skills and competences in marketing
- To increase the knowledge of the students in area of international brand management but also intercultural management
- To invite the SMEs to be part of university programme development
- To inscrease mobility of the students from the partner universities, both during the project but also due to dissemination the project outputs.
- To enlarge the international cooperation among the partner universities
Project activities :
The main activities undertaken in the project are described according to 4 work packages
WP 1 : Developing innovative and interactive teaching materials and content.
WP 2 : Learning Instrument Guidelines, Procedures and Handbooks for students and teachers to easily implement the course into their practice.
WP 3 : IT platform and interactive game dashboard - gramification of the teaching materials.
The beneficiaries of this project are on the one hand the university students (in terms of learning and chances of employability) and teachers (in terms of developing an online curriculum using this new model of online teaching/learning brand management), on the other hand employers and public institutions interested in employing young European brand management experts.
University of Economics in Katowice, Poland is the leader of this international project.
The consortium is composed of 11 partners from prestigious higher - education institutions : Université Savoie Mont Blanc (France), Budapest Gazdasagi Egyetem (Hungary), Universitatea din Bucuresti (Romania), Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Russian Federation), Universitaria San Pablo-CEU-Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera (Spain), Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen Howest (Belgium), Universidad de Leon (Spain), Universita degli Studi di Trento (Italy), Haute École Spécialisée de Suisse Occidentale (Switzerland), Bauhaus-Universitaet Weimar (Germany) and University of Economics in Katowice (Poland).
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Consume- aware 2016-2019
Aim: Enhancing quality in innovative higher education about consumer awareness.
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Co-ordinator: University of Economics in Katowice
Project website: http://www.ue.katowice.pl/en/events/consume-aware/
MARCIEE (Marketing Communication Innovativeness of European Entrepreneurs) 2014-2016
The importance of entrepreneurs is significant for the economic development of European economies. Entrepreneurs have the chance to differentiate themselves from established competitors in the market with the help of dialogue communication. The new digital communication services in the field of social media provide the entrepreneurs with excellent possibilities to address their clients regardless of limited resources and cultural boundaries.
Entrepreneurs' adaption of modern communication technologies and innovative customer relationship maintaining technologies opens a broad range of research opportunities. Entrepreneurs are often innovators in their domain, but insufficiently trained in establishing and maintaining customer dialogues. Moreover, their levels of customer relationship management differ and they are often not familiar with the use of modern technologies in support of these processes.
One practical aim of MARCIEE is to strengthen the innovativeness of European entrepreneurs and to professionalize their intercultural communication and marketing activities in order to establish competitive advantages over non-European entrepreneurs. The international cooperation of doctoral students, post-docs and other interested researchers makes it not only possible for them to have access to data from different European nations, but also to learn how to cope with intercultural challenges. These concern the contents of research activities (e.g. equivalence of scales in intercultural comparisons) and the differing research traditions, processes and theoretical explanations across cultures.
Two paths exist:
One dedicated to Master's students, the other one to PhD's students.
IAE Savoie MontBlanc is a partner since Fall 2014.
Co-ordinator: University of Kassel