Project information

Project title: Digitalization of economic as an element of sustainable development of Ukraine and Tajikistan / DigEco 618270-EPP-1-2020-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP
Project acronym: DigEcoPriority: Social and behavioural science (Economics)
Project duration: Nov.15, 2020-Nov.14, 2023
EU funding instrument: European Neighbourhood Instrument (Erasmus+: КА2 CBHE)
Erasmus+ (CBHE) grant amount: 995.404,00 EUR
Target groups: students, teachers, people with disabilities, Government
Grant holder: Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania)
Coordinator and General Manager: Zaneta Simanaviciene Prof., the Head of Business Innovation Laboratory
Slovenian partner and Project leader: University of Maribor, FERI. Boštjan Brumen, Prof.  

Project goals and objectives

Wider objective: The implementation of digital economics in high education process of UA and TJK, which is based on international practices of education 4.0 for the enforcement of sustainable development of UA and TJK economic.

  1. To modernize current training programs by implementation of multidisciplinary curricular on Digital Economics for MA in UA and TJK by Dec.2023
  2. To create opportunities for inclusive education in DE field
  3. To involve stakeholders in educational process


  • Development of the DigEco Instruction Strategy of New Curriculum Implementation
  • Development of the capacity of Partners Countries HEIs in Digital Economics field
  • Quality Control and Quality Assurance
  • DigEco dissemination, exploitation, sustainability Strategy.
  • Management of the project on different levels

Expected results

  • DigEco curricular developed and implemented in study process of PCs HEIs
  • HR Capacity of Academic staff; benefit to Administrative Staff curriculum diversity
  • Inclusive Education
  • International visibility New tools-Quality Assurance monitoring, International relations
  • Enhanced collaboration; Modernisation of HE;
  • Increased autonomy;
  • Better labour market relations;
  • Digitalisation of Higher Education


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