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38.Computational Life Sciences Master Degree Program Design

Duration in months: 15+4

Start of the project: 01.02.2022

End of the project: 31.08.2023

Project Manager: Veselina Spasova, PhD

Project Coordinator: Kremena Hubcheva

Budget: 55 000 EUR

Computational Life Sciences Master Degree Program Design

Main Scientific Area:  Information Science and Engineering

The Computational Life Sciences Master Degree Program Project (CompLife) is focused on the design of modern interdisciplinary  transnational Master of Science double degree program MSc Computational Life Sciences by combining efforts, experience and expertise  from the three universities.
With this project, we want not only to create a new joint master degree program but also to increase the connectivity between members in  the ecosystems and to build a fertile environment for entrepreneurship (new innovative businesses; new research-based jobs and positions). 
The students successfully graduated in this master degree program will be awarded with two diplomas in the area of  Computer Science even though the program is interdisciplinary. During the project, the documents for national accreditations will be prepared and universities are going to apply for approval in front of  national legislation authorities (including accreditation for distance form of education in some of the countries).  The vision of partners’ universities is to use the results/deliverables from CompLife project (HR- collaborating transnational team, set of  documents, and methodology) for the application in the Erasmus+ / Lot 1 Call

  1. Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary
  2.International Taraz Innovative Institute named Sherkhan Murtaza, Taraz, Kazahstan


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