A consortium of 14 partner institutions from Europe and Southeast Asia, led by Ghent University and the Royal University of Agriculture, will implement the NutriSEA project: "Network of Universities and Enterprises for Food Training in Southeast Asia". The NutriSEA project is oriented towards the food sector, which represents a large share of the agriculture in the Asian partnercountries concerned. It focusses on food-related curriculum development, the cooperation with enterprises via Technology Transfer Offices and strengthening internationalisation at partner universities in Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar. The long-term goal is to set up a regional food network with stakeholders from academia, business and authorities. NutriSEA is funded under Key Action 2 “Capacity Building in Higher Education” of the European Commission’s Erasmus + programme.
Project Acronym: NutriSEA
Project Title: Network of Universities and Enterprises for Food Training in Southeast Asia
Project Type: Capacity Building in Higher Education, Erasmus + Key Action 2
Project Duration: 15/10/2015 – 14/10/2018
Budget: 970.893 €