Problem Solving Projects
Students’ Small Research Projects (calles also ‚Problem Solving Projects’) in cooperation with particular stakeholders active in the area of the sustainable food systems. Each partner will organise this activity at home university. Common programme for all partners will be established. Students (ideally two of the students participating in the Intensive Study Programme and two newly recruited students at each partner university) will cooperate with particular stakeholders to find, analyse and describe best practise examples within the food chain. Activity leaders: Estonian University of Life Sciences and University of Gastronomic Sciences in Pollenzo. Budget categories: Intellectual Outputs (for preparation of the programme of this activity and the final analysis report: ‚Students’ cooperation with enterprises as an innovative teaching tool’) and Project Management and Implementation (for management of the activity in every country, supervising students, meetings with students and stakeholders, analyzing their feedback, checking assignments etc.