Development of a Bologna-Based Master Curriculum in Resource Efficient Production Logistics (ProdLog)

Project Overview

Project Title Development of a Bologna-Based Master Curriculum in Resource Efficient Production Logistics (ProdLog)
Project Number Erasmus+ 585967-EPP-1-2017-1-DE-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
Country Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan
Overall Project Value(EUR) 500 001 - 1 000 000
Project Start – Project End October 15, 2017–October 14, 2020
Project Status Active

Funding and Implementing Organizations

Origin of Funding European Union
Project Budget(EUR) 765.187
Implementing Organization / Consortium

• Otto-von-Guericke-Universitaet Magdeburg (Germany)
• State Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education Moscow Automobile and Road Construction State Technical University (Russian Federation)
• Federal State Financed Educational Institution of Higher Education Volga State University of Water Transport (Russian Federation)
• Kazakh Academy of Transport and Communication Named after M. Tynyshpayev (Kazakhstan)
• Kazakhstansko-Nemetskiy Universitet (Kazakhstan)
• Institution of Higher Education Kyrgyz National Agrarian University Named after K. I. Skryabin (Kyrgyzstan)
• Kyrgyz State Technical University Named after I. Razzakov (Kyrgyzstan)
• Fachhochschule Landshut – University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
• Sigma Clermont (France)
• Miskolci Egyetem (Hungary)

Contact / Team Leader / Project Team
  • Dr. Ing. Tobias Reggelin, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg (project coordinator), +49 391 4090259, tobias.reggelin@ovgu.de
Beneficiary Otto-von-Guericke-Universitaet Magdeburg, Germany

Project Summary, Objectives and Results

Project Summary

Project addresses the issue of a weak industrial sector in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russian Federation and focuses on enabling universities to gain and provide a profound and holistic knowledge on planning and operating sustainable production processes. For that purpose a bologna-based master curriculum with 18 modules in resource efficient production logistics will be developed and implemented in six universities of the partner countries. The academic staff will be trained with innovative teaching methods in the learning factory “Technology centre for production and logistics systems PULS” and equipped with state of the art logistics laboratories. By means of that, the understanding of logistics shall be widened – away from transport logistics to a systemic and interdisciplinary approach of applicant-oriented education, challenges with economical, political and social problems of our society.

The overall objective of the project is to improve the number and the qualification of managers in resource efficient production logistics in the partner countries Russia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, capable to satisfy the needs of national and international companies in building up a production industry with sustainable and environmentallyfriendly production methods for a growing prosperity in long term.

Project Objectives
  • To develop and implement an interdisciplinary resource efficient production logistics programme for master students in RU, KZ and KYR with about 18 modules (120 ECTS) in conformity with the Bologna process by February 2019.
  • To qualify the staff in the partner country universities in accordance to the special requirements of the masters programme in resource efficient production logistics by October 2018.
  • To create professional and methodical structures in accordance to ECTS in the partner country universities that ensure anchorage of the new MSc beyond the end of the project by October 2019.
  • To intensify the cooperation in the area of production logistics education between universities and logistics companies and companies needing logistics specialists by October 2018.
Education Sector HE, VET (IVET & CVET)
Components of the Education Process Examination, certification and accreditation, Institutional strengthening & capacity building, Quality assurance, Social Partnership, Standards and curriculum development, Training of teachers / trainers
Occupational Field Transport and Logistics
Target Groups Politicians/decision-makers in economics, labour, employment & education policy, Decision-makers and managers in VET and HE institutions, Developers of standards, programs, curricula etc., Employers and employer organisations, Learners (scholar, student, apprentice etc.), Lecturers, teachers, instructors, trainers
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