WP1 – The project starts with kick-off meeting and workshops (travel, costs of stay, promotional material, translation) related to the introduction of WB and EU master study programmes. EU and WB teams will analyse and compare study programmes (staff costs). Within this WP study visits of WB partners to EU and training of the teachers will be performed (staff costs, travel costs, costs of stay).
WP2 – In this WP the hardware and software will be purchased (devices for laboratory testing and exercising in the field of DBBT and multimedia HDTV studio with computers and software that will drive equipment). For public procurement of the equipment the proper specifications must be prepared (staff costs). The delivered equipment has to be mounted and prepared for the use (subcontracting) with the help of partners from business (staff costs). The staff have to be trained for use of equipment (staff costs) and teaching material must be prepared (staff costs) and printed (printing and publishing). The literature must be purchased (equipment).
WP3 – To design new academic curriculum, all details in curriculum must be prepared (staff costs). The draft and final version will be reviewed by EU partners (staff and translation costs). The book must be printed (printing costs) before sending to the National accreditation agency.
WP4 – This WP has is related to the process of designing details of new curriculum for vocational studies. The costs are similar to the costs of WP3. WP4 expenses are: staff costs and costs of subcontracting.
WP5 – The activities are related to: enrolment of students and standard teaching (no costs from the grant), monitoring the first class of students (staff costs), creating the survey for students’ feedback on study quality, organising the students’ internship and lecturing with partners from business (staff costs). In this WP, WB students will attend to the classes of EU partners (travel and costs of stay) and students from WB countries will also attend to the classes of their colleagues in UPKM (travel and costs of stay). The professors from EU countries will organise the one week teaching to the students in WB HEIs (staff costs).
WP6 – Quality management and control includes activities related to the achievement and maintenance of high level of quality in all project activities and in its deliverables/results. Activities include: development of quality control plan, work and meetings of the Quality Board (staff costs), external financial control (subcontracting), internal control of produced educational material and project in general (staff costs).
WP7 – Dissemination includes creation and maintenance of the project website, activities on social networks (staff costs), organisation and holding of various promotional and informative events (staff costs), media advertising and production of promotional material (subcontracting).
WP8 – Sustainability has the following activities: obtainment of accreditation for master study programme (staff costs), designing of academic and financial sustainability plan (staff costs) and signing the agreements with relevant stakeholders on students’ scholarships (staff costs).
WP9 – Project management relates to the organisation and holding of the meetings of decision making body – Steering Committee (SC) and operational Project Management Committee (PMC). SC work also on project finances and administrative project work, and PMC on organisation and coordination of project activities. Besides the meetings of SC and PMC (staff costs, travel and costs of stay), day-to-day activities of project coordination of tasks (staff costs), administration on organising travels, execution of appropriate payments and reporting on finances (staff costs), the duty of this WP is to produce Interim and Final project report.
In almost all WPs there are co-financing costs that will fill the gaps on financial needs to complete project successfully.