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International Projects

LIST OF THE INTERNATIONAL MAJOR PROJECTS

 

1. Project title

 

Countryside tourism – innovative products and marketing

 

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Erasmus Intensive programmes (IP)
Project No.

 

2009-1-FI1-ERA10-01886

 

Project duration

 

2009.09-2012.08 (3 years)

 

Project executor Piramk University of Applied Sciences, (Finland)

 

Project partners

 

University of Salford, Salford Business School (Great Britain); Katholieke Hogeschool – Bruge Ostende (Belgium); International School of Law and Business

 

Short description

 

The aim of the intensive programme is to give a chance for students to work in the intercultural environment solving the problems of small and medium sized enterprises, analysing problematic areas and looking for their solutions and the opportunities of the application of innovative means.

 

 

2. Project title The management and development of harmonious tourism

Project information

Programme Nordplus programme
Project No.

 

HE-2010_1a-22486
Project duration

 

2009.09-2011.09 (2 years)

 

Project executor

 

The Danish Business Academy, (Denmark)

 

Project partners

 

Savonia University of Applied Sciences (Finland); The University of Akureyri (Island); Qaqortoq Business School (Greenland); Umeå University (Sweden); Harstad University College (Norway); International School of Law and Business
Short description

 

The aim of the programme is to realise the programme of intensive courses in the field of harmonious tourism management. In the future the programme might develop into the tourism study programme lasting the whole semester.

 

 

3. Project title

 

The population of the competences of intercultural management in the region of Baltic Sea

 

Project information

Programme Nordplus programme
Project No.

 

2009-1-FI1-ERA10-01871
Project duration

 

2009.09-2010.09 (1 year)

 

Project executor

 

Laurea University of Applied Sciences,  (Finland)
Project partners

 

Laurea University of Applied Sciences, (Finland); Estonian IT College, (Estonia); Fachhochschule Kiel, (Germany); Vilnius College of Higher Education, (Lithuania); Alytus College, (Lithuania); Copenhagen Technical Academy, (Denmark); University of Economy in Bydgoszcz, (Poland); International School of Law and Business
Short description

 

The aim of the programme is to provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge about intercultural collaboration. Special attention is paid to the creation and development of the broader understanding about intercultural collaboration considering cultural differences and intercultural communication.

 

 

4. Project title

 

Management and development of the harmonious public food service

Project information

Programme Nordplus programme
Project No.

 

18468
Project duration

 

2009.09-2011.08 (1 year)

 

Project executor

 

Turku University of Applied Sciences, (Finland)

 

Project partners

 

Metropolitan University College (Denmark), Laurea of Applied Sciences (Finland), Jamk University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Akershus University College (Norway), University of Gotheburg (Sweden), International School of Law and Business

 

Short description

 

The aim of the programme is to provide students with the knowledge on the management and development of harmonious public food service. The programme encompasses the training in food service in the public sector. It also aims at searching for the new ways for the increase of the programme development.

 

 

 

5. Project title

 

Professional training of fresh businessmen

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Leonardo da Vinci programme

 

Project No.

 

2010-1-GB-2-LEO05-03636
Project duration

 

2010.09-2012.09 (2 years)

 

Project executor

 

Advisory company Clevercherry.com, (United Kingdom)

 

Project partners

 

University College Birmingham (United Kingdom), Escuela Superior de Hosteleria y Turismo Sant Ignasi (Spain), International University College (Bulgaria) and International School of Law and Business

 

Short description

 

The aim of the project is to pass the information and spread the material about the start of business, business stimulation model and professional training system among the new audience: college personnel, students and graduates. The result of the project: the support will be given for 150 students/graduates for starting their own business; 15 personnel workers will be trained to use electronic material and net experience of the first support in the business starting process; 15 new businessmen will start their own business. During the project the colleges will pay special attention to the development of business support through professional training programmes. The team of ambassadors who have started businesses will be formed and will keep in touch with its higher education institution and will encourage students and graduates to develop the ideas about the start of their own business.

 

 

 

6. Project title

 

The training of enterprise skills in the professional training

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Leonardo da Vinci programme

 

Project No.

 

DE/10/LLP-LdV/TOI/147336/2010-1-DE2-LEO05-05390

 

Project duration

 

2010.10 – 2012.09 (2 years)

 

Project executor

 

Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM), (Germany)

 

Project partners

 

Pro-Eco svetovanje in storitve na področju upravljanja z okoljem in razvoja d.o.o., (Slovenia), EuroFortis Ltd. (Latvia), Balgaro-Germanski Tsentar Za Profesionalno Obuchenie, Pleven (Bulgaria),  FHM Akademie (Germany), OWL-Maschienenbau (Germany), Beirat (Germany), Uni Paderborn (Germany), Carl- Severing-Berufskolleg für Wirtschaft und Verwaltung (Germany), International School of Law and Business

 

Short description

 

The project is related to the identification and training of the most important enterprise competences. During the project the research will be carried out and businessmen whose enterprises are taking part in the international market will be surveyed. It will help to figure out the main enterprise competences. Based on the research results new teaching material will be prepared that will help to train students’ enterprise competences.

 

 

 

7. Project title

 

The training of the new competences of the future professionals working with Middle and East Europe migrants

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Leonardo da Vinci programme

 

Project No.

 

ERA/P/10/11 NL BREDA1
Project duration

 

2010.10-2013.09 (3 years)

 

Project executor

 

Avans University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)

 

Project partners

 

T.C. Maltepe University (Turkey); Artesis University of Applied Science (Hogeschool Antwerpen) (Belgium); Universite Catholique de Lille, Institut Social De Lille (France); AliceSalomon University of Berlin (Germany); International School of Law and Business

 

Short description

 

European higher education institutions and social workers do not pay enough attention to work with specific groups of migrants from the Eastern Europe. The aim of this intensive programme is to eliminate this shortcoming by training the young students. In order to achieve this goal professional means will be prepared and applied that will help this specific group of migrants to strengthen their social position. In the transnational groups of students, professional means will be prepared and applied to the countries participating in the project.

 

 

 

8. Project title Support for innovative small and medium sized enterprises internationalisation programme

 

Project information

Programme Leonardo da Vinci programme
Project No. Nr. LLP-LdV-TOI-2010-LT-0074

 

Project duration 2010.10.01-2012.09.30 (2 years)
Project executor Small and medium businessmen association of Kaunas region
Project partners KTU Regional Science Park (Lithuania), International School of Law and Business (Lithuania), FH Joanneum universitetas (Austria), DIDA Network SRL (Italy).

 

Short description The main aim of the INONEXT project is to apply the packet of electronic training, aiming to develop personal and organisation’s skills, increase strategic business management qualification oriented at small and medium sized business in the context of internationalisation and to try out and to distribute the packet in Lithuania. The tasks of the project are oriented at the analysis of existing electronic training material, the application of the material to the needs of the aim group and the pass on creating new modules and creating conditions to use the applied material by applying modern electronic training platform. The more detailed description of the project can be found on www.inconext.eu

 

 

 

 

9. Project title

 

Conference tourism as a mean of decrease of seasonal prevalence

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Erasmus Intense Programmes

 

Project No.

 

LLP-ERA-IP-2011-LT-0572
Project duration

 

2011.09-2012.08 (1 year)
Project executor

 

International School of Law and Business
Project partners

 

Salford Business School, University of Salford (Great Britain); Anadolu University (Turkey); Laurea University of Applied Sciences (Finland); International University College (Bulgaria); Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Spain).
Short description

 

The aim of the project is to analyse the possibilities of the conference tourism in Lithuania and the countries of the project, and to create innovative products of conference tourism that will help to decrease the seasonal prevalence in the tourism sector.

 

 

10. Project title

 

Security, human rights and democratisation/globalisation: new challenges for the European Union

 

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Erasmus intensive programmes (IP)

 

Project No.

 

LLP-ERA-IP-2011-LT-0571
Project duration

 

2011.09-2012.08 (1 year)
Project executor

 

International School of Law and Business
Project partners

 

Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Spain); Haute Ecole de la Province de Liège (Belgium); Hogeschool Leiden / University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands); Maltepe University (Turkey); Coventry University (Great Britain).
Short description

 

During the project, human rights, established by the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and Charter of Fundamental Rights, will be analysed in various aspects. In addition, the changes related to human rights after the Lisbon Treaty implementation will be analysed, together with the image of EU in creating the democracy and ensuring the human rights in EU countries and countries that are not a part of the Union. During the project students will have to present a project work.

 

 

 

11. Project title

 

Erasmus intensive language course

 

Project information

Programme Erasmus intensive language course (EILC)
Project No.

 

LLP-ERA-EILC-2011-LT-0564
Project duration

 

2011-06-01 – 2012-05-31 (1 year)
Project executor

 

International School of Law and Business
Project partners

 

Short description

 

With EILC course, ISLB aims to contribute to the popularisation of Lithuanian language, customs and traditions on the European scale. It is an intensive programme lasting three weeks during which students are introduced to the indo-European languages family, acquire the fundamentals of Lithuanian language, visit cultural places of Lithuania, are acquainted with history, culture and traditions of Lithuania.

 

 

12. Project title

 

Erasmus for Lithuanian Schools

 

Project information

Programme Erasmus intensive language course (EILC)
Project No.

 

LLP-ERA-MOK-2011-LT-0689
Project duration

 

2011-09-01 – 2011-11-18
Project executor

 

International School of Law and Business
Project partners

 

Short description

 

The aim is to encourage students who are participating or have participated in the Erasmus programme to go to schools and share with students their experience of mobility, professional decisions and life experience. It will also encourage them to launch small short-term projects in the institutions of general training.

 

 

13. Project title

 

International means of enterprise encouragement

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Erasmus intensive programmes (IP)

 

Project No.

 

Project duration

 

2011.09-2012.08 (1 year)
Project executor

 

University of Economy in Bydgoszcz (Poland)
Project partners

 

Karoly Robert College (Hungary); Katholieke Hogeschool Zuid-West-Vlaanderen (Belgium); Laurea University of Applied Sciences (Finland); Universidad de Navarra (Spain); University of West Hungary (Hungary); Vilnius University of Applied Sciences (Lithuania); International School of Law and Business
Short description

 

The aim of the project is to introduce students to international enterprise encouragement models, provide them with theoretical and practical knowledge in the fields of management and project management. Special attention is paid to presentation skills, creative solution of problems, encouragement and development of effective teamwork skills.

 

 

 

14. Project title

 

MARCO XXI

 

Project information

Programme Erasmus Mundus Action 2 Stand 2 lot 10

 

Project No.

 

204513-EM-1-204-1-DE-ERA MUNDUS-EMA21
Project duration

 

2011.07.15-2015.07.14 (4 years)
Project executor

 

The project is coordinated by Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (Germany)

 

Project partners

 

1. International School of Law and Business (Lithuania)

2. Warsaw University of Life Sciences (Poland)

3. Universidad Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

4. Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

5. Masaryk University (The Check Republic)

6. University for Chemical and Technological Metallurgy (Bulgaria)

7. Uppsala University (Sweden)

8. Kazakh Agro-technical University (Kazakhstan)

9. Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research (Kazakhstan)

10. Kostanai State University (Kazakhstan)

11. Eurasian University after Gumiliev (Kazakhstan)

12. Kokchetau State University (Kazakhstan)

13. Bishkek Academy of Finance and Economics (Kirghizia)

14. Talas State University (Kirghizia)

15. Osh Technological University (Kirghizia)

16. Tajik National University (Tadzhikistan)

17. Kulob branch technological university (Tadzhikistan)

18. Samarkand Agriculture University (Uzbekistan)

19. Urgench State University (Uzbekistan)

Short description

 

The aim of the project is to encourage collaboration between the higher education institutions in the Third World countries and Europe. By sharing positive experience, it is aimed to encourage a tighter collaboration in the exchange programmes between Europe and Third World countries; to create the conditions for students to improve by studying and encountering different cultures. To create conditions to study for people who meet certain difficulties (are disabled or have the status of a fugitive). It is also aimed to encourage the development of innovative ideas among students and lecturers, to strengthen the relations between European Union and Third World countries.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Project title Gastronomic Heritage Tourism – Entrepreneurship and Innovative Marketing

Project information

Programme Lifelong learning Erasmus Intensive Programme

 

Project No.

 

2012/IP/02/SALFORD01-GHT
Project duration

 

2012.09 – 2013.09 (1year)

 

Project executor

 

Salford Business School, University of Salford (United Kingdom)
Project partners

 

 Piramk University of Applied Sciences, (Finland); International University College (Bulgaria); Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (Portugal); Katholieke Hogeschool – Bruge Ostende (Belgium); International School of Law and Business (Lithuania)
Short description

 

The purpose of the IP is to give undergraduates the opportunity to work in multidisciplinary and multicultural groups to develop competencies and skills in solving routine and real-life problems of entrepreneurship in gastronomic tourism and find solutions to the complex and unpredictable situations faced by the SMEs.

 

The IP is to expand the volume of cooperation between HEIs and enterprises. Gastronomic tourism will enhance the use of innovative practises and support the development of business enterprises. It is also designed to improve the quality of education, increases the mobility and the multilateral cooperation between higher education institutions in Europe.

 

The objectives are:

-to provide students with the opportunity to create material, finding innovative marketing and solutions for problems associated with gastronomic tourism;

-to gain understand the ways in which entrepreneurial vision might be generated and used as the basis for entrepreneurial leadership in business enterprise development strategies and sustainability of gastronomic cultural heritage;

-to engage students in cross- cultural integration by working in a multicultural and multidisciplinary situation;

-to equip students the skills in working in the global marketplace and especially within the EU.