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DIP4CAT – Designing Innovative Pedagogy for Complex Accountancy Topics

Name of the Project: DIP4CAT – Designing Innovative Pedagogy for Complex Accountancy Topics [2018-2020]
Project Number: 2018-1-UK01-KA203-048027
Project Coordinator: Bournemouth University (England, United Kingdom)
Type of Project: Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education – Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Project Lifetime: 1st of September 2018 until 31st of August 2020 

Partners
Universitaet Innsbruck (AT)
Friedrich-Alexander-Universitaet Erlangen (DE)
Technologiko Ekpadeftiko Idryma Anatolikis Makedonias & Thrakis (GR)
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem (HU)
ISM Vadybos ir Ekonomikos Universitetas (LT)
Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal)
Universidad de Vigo (ES)
Universita' degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo (IT)
Universite Du Luxembourg (LU)
Universite de Bretagne Sud (FR)

Aims and Objectives
The overall objective of the project is address a gap in Higher Education by creating an internationally-oriented learning platform in accountancy that facilitates current essential hard and soft skill development for early career professionals. The project aims to develop a teaching concept that facilitates the development of all competencies to meet the current and future demands in the Profession and significantly enhance the employability of engaged students.  The technological changes in the profession require graduates to be more digitally competent, commercially and internationally aware, analytical and resilient.  The teaching concept will to take the changing environment into account. Working as an accountancy professional requires interdisciplinary thinking and problem solving skills, as well as understanding accountancy in different cultures and legislations.

Coordination of the project in ISCAP / Researchers involved:
Prof. Eurico Basto
Prof. Amélia Silva

Project Details (EC portal

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CEOS.PP