- Participants of the Tuning projects
- (re)design, implement and evaluate higher education degree programmes;
- engage in conducting staff development activities for other colleagues within their institutions and in other institutions;
- contribute to creation and enhancement of higher education areas in different regions of the world, and
- seek collaboration with all the relevant parties – from students to policy makers – in order to improve student learning and post-university experience.
Types of Projects
The Tuning Africa pilot Project is implemented in the framework of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy. Its first phase (2011 – 2013) covered 60 universities, representing the five sub-regions of Africa, with their great linguistic (French, English, Arabic and Portuguese) and cultural diversity. The second phase of Tuning Africa (2015 – 2018) is a concrete deliverable of the 2014-2017 Roadmap of the 2014 EU-AU Heads of State and Government Summit.
The TMEDA project aims to implement Bologna tools in Southern Neighbouring Area universities through building of a framework of comparable, compatible and transparent programmes of studies. The projects develops four subject areas – Law and Good Governance including Human Rights; Healthcare and Nursing; Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture; Tourism.