“Strengthening Problem-Based Learning in South Asian Universities” Project Launched

March 3, 2019

In the coordination and lead of Aalto Global Impact (AGI) of Aalto University, Finland, a new project entitled “Strengthening Problem-Based Learning in South Asian Universities” (PBL South Asia) funded by European Commission’s Erasmus+ Higher Education-International Capacity Building Program is launched from November 2018 and the project will run through the next three years. Ten different universities/Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) located in Finland, India, Nepal, Bhutan, the Netherlands and Lithuania are involved in the project. The Delft University of Technology (the Netherland) and Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) including Aalto University (Finland) are the partner universities/HEIs from Europe. The other partner universities/HEIs from South Asia are Indian Institute of Technology (Mumbai), Indian Institute of Science (Banglore), Asian Institute of Technology and Management (Nepal), Kathmandu University (Nepal), Nepal Engineering College (Nepal), Sagarmatha Engineering College (Nepal) and Royal University of Bhutan (Bhutan). The objective of the project is to develop and fully implement problem-based learning approach in the partner universities/HEIs in Nepal and Bhutan.

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