Project Results

WP1 - Survey and Gap Analysis

This gap analysis, concluding Work Package 1 (Preparation) of the STREAM project – necessary to identify the fine-tuned implementation steps of the entire project – will help to increase the awareness of the current employability & market-needs compatibility situation and pave the road for guided development of the project activities towards its goal. To achieve its ultimate objective consists of 3 main deliverables:

(1) identifying the current state of the graduates‘ qualifications and competencies at the participating countries and the MENA region in general;

(2) surveying of the current and future market trends and needs in terms of skills and competencies of the graduates in the participating MENA partner countries and in the EU;

(3) identifying and defining the exact roadmap to bridge from (1) and (2).

WP2.1 and WP2.2 - The Design & Development of an Academic-Complementary Competence-Building System

In workpackage 2, the goal is to design a Student Journey Map with competencies time- and scope-analysis, mapping to curriculum and extracurricular activity. Main part of workpackage 2 is to design students quests towards “Global Citizenship” regional inter-university blending.

Quest „Entrepreneurs World Camp“ on 24/09/2022 at NU

extra-curricular activity TED Talk „TEDxNileUniversity“ implemented by NU on 15/10/2022

WP2.5 - Design of Summer School

In workpackage 2.5, the goal is to design a summer school.

WP3.1 - Skills & Employability Enhancement Center (SEEC)
WP4 - Implementation & Validation

In workpackage 4, the goal is to implement the updated courses, quests and extra-curricular activities from WP2.

Summer School from 31/10 until 02/11/2022 at INU

1st quest: TEDxNU (Fearless to the next level)

WP6 - Dissemination Strategy

Overall aim of WP6 is to disseminate the project activities and outcomes to assure the maximum outreach is achieved and to infiltrate other universities and regions. Dissemination activities target two main groups: students and employers/industry. Dissemination channels are digital media (students), workshops and seminars (employers).

The Dissemination Strategy includes the organization of 2 major dissemination workshops/seminars, a digital outreach-campaign on social media, a project website containing events, activities, surveys, outcomes etc. of the project, linked to participating university websites, and a “Student-Stakeholders Engagement Portal”.

Project Websites of the Partners