International Projects of the National Aerospace University "Kharkiv aviation Institute" financed by Tempus and Erasmus+ projects

EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS LAW FOR UNIVERSITIES OF UKRAINE AND MOLDOVA


Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia

Founded in 1918, TUT has now become one of the largest universities in Estonia. Being the flagship of Estonian engineering and technical education, TUT has app. 14, 000 students and 2000 employees (incl. 1200 faculty members) as well as qualified professors with international experiences. The University is structured into eight faculties, three colleges and six research and development institutions. Human Rights Centre is an independent research centre at Tallinn Law School of Tallinn University of Technology. HRC is committed to the promotion of better understanding and protection of human rights. This will be achieved through research, publications, and developing cooperation between all stakeholders. The Human Rights Centre at TUT cooperates extensively with the Estonian Human Rights Centre.


UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, Ireland

UCC was established in 1845 as one of three Queen’s Colleges - at Cork, Galway and Belfast. The School of Law at UCC is a dynamic and exciting place to study, to research and to learn about all aspects of law. The School has many experts, committed lecturers, who will teach many aspects of law and the legal system, and has excellent facilities – dedicated teaching venues and a Moot Court room for example. UCC staff is committed to excellence in the teaching of law. Students can specialise in areas like Family Law, Human Rights, Finance, International law and Environmental law. At postgraduate level UCC offers also specialist programmes in Criminal Justice, Human Rights, Intellectual Property and E-Commerce, Business Law, Health and Care Law and Child and Family Law. UCC provides LLM studies in International Human Rights Law and Public Policy. Students benefit from a series of guest seminars and workshops with key actors in the human rights movement Includes a unique International Human Rights clinic core module; Engages students in the practice and policy context of Human Rights Law; Focus on essential human rights lawyering skills, including: oral and written advocacy (legal and policy); strategic litigation; fact-finding and development.


The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan (KTH) / The Royal Institute of Technology is Swedish oldest (founded in 1827) and largest technical university with 18000 students. Media Technology and Interaction Design (MTID) group at the KTH School of Communications is an inter-disciplinary research group working in behavioral science, graphic technique and media technology, and has today faculty that represents e.g. anthropology and psychology, media technology, interaction design and communication science. “Human rights as a driving force for Internet 3.0” is a MTID project aimed at developing the methodology to use Human Rights (HR) standards and interpretive framework to enable the innovative development of products, services, and environments.


University of Huddersfield, UK

UOH Law School continues to go from strength to strength and offers a range of attractive and innovative undergraduate, professional and postgraduate courses which equip students for a wide range of potential employment including of course the legal profession. The Law School has 24 staff members involved in the delivery of its courses across undergraduate postgraduate taught, postgraduate research and professional levels. Our staff have a wide range of experience gained both in the academic sphere and in legal practice with over half of the total number of staff being professionally qualified either as solicitors or barristers. Many of our staff are engaged in external examining and other external duties including appointments by the Solicitors Regulation Authority extending the reach and reputation of the school. Staff are also research active within the law research group which is headed by the Professor of Jurisprudence and supported by a full time research assistant and part time Senior Research Fellow.


INERCIA DIGITAL S.L., Spain

Inercia Digital is an Andalusian company with outlets European wide. Its main target is to contribute with innovative solutions to both e-business and web entrepreneurship skills for SMEs and entrepreneurs (e-learning on e-business). INERCIA have long international experience with online e-business training, thus making it possible for us to provide a broad portfolio of virtual training courses. The Andalusian Employment Service of the Regional Government of Andalusia has awarded Inercia Digital the recognition of Collaborative Entity in Training for Employment in the discipline of e-learning. We are also an entity accredited by the Tripartite Foundation (Government of Spain) to provide ongoing training for companies and workers.


National Aerospace University n. a. N. E. Zhukovsky "KhAI", Ukraine

National Aerospace University “Kharkiv Aviation Institute” named after N. E. Zhukovsky “KhAI” is the only engineering University in Ukraine providing full cycle of higher education in the field of aviation and aerospace science. Founded in 1930, KhAI has over 12,000 students, 800 teachers, 1200 researchers, and 2000 employees. 75% of teachers have academic titles of Professors and Associate Professors, scientific PhD and Dr.Sc. degrees. Today, KhAI provides training of students on 45 major subjects at its 44 departments. KhAI participates in numerous international collaborative research projects in aeronautic and space areas with academic and industrial partners from Germany, France, UK, Italy, Sweden, Finland, Israel, USA, Mexico, S. Korea and China. 2005 KHAI has established the University Technology Transfer Office in 2005 which missionis to strengthen the overall competitiveness of the industry throughout the improvement ofindustrial environment, and the promotion of application of information technology and consultingservices in various fields.


Khmelnitskiy National University, Ukraine

Founded in 1964, Khmelnitskiy National University is one of leading universities of Podolia –biggest historical region in south-western part of Ukraine. With academic staff about 800 andstudent body 11.500 University includes 8 faculties and study graduates for 42 specialties. Thereare 15 of scientific schools, 20 PhD specialties and 4 specialties for doctor of science degree of studies. The Department of Law stays in close cooperation with state bodies, some enterprises and organizations. The Department provides tuition to obtaining the degree of Bachelor of Law (LL.B) and Master of Law (LL.M) in such specializations: “Legal maintenance of business activity”, “Civil Law”, “Comparative Law”, “Investigation, Prosecution and Bar”, “Legal regulation of notarial activity in Ukraine”. Department of Law constantly cooperate with public authorities and private enterprises, organizations and institutions.


International Scientific and Technical University, Ukraine

The current University Mission is to provide high quality technical, social economic and humanitarian education to ensure effective participation of graduates in public and professional activities, development of independent Ukraine and the welfare of the Ukrainian people, formation of human values, maintaining the best national higher school experience and the traditions of European humanism.


National Law University, Ukraine

National Law University is the leading provider of law education in Ukraine. The NLU has more than 20,000 students. Entrance is very competitive and the NLU produces graduates of the highest quality. The upper levels of the legal profession are well represented by graduates of the NLU. Members of staff participated in the development of the constitution of Ukraine. Currently, there are members of academic staff acting as advisors for various commissions of the parliament of Ukraine. The NLU is the centre for co-ordination of legal education throughout the law faculties of Ukraine. The goal of the Academy is to remain the leading provider of law education in Ukraine. With partners in Germany, Spain, UK, Ireland, Sweden, France and USA, the Academy has participated in a number of international projects in recent years. Through an earlier successful Tempus projects, the Academy has acquired crucial expertise and experience for producing learning materials, adopting new patterns of teaching and introducing Western law concepts into the curriculum.