Study visit to the University of Cote d'Azur/ France, September 19-20, 2022

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Between September 19-20, 2022 as part of the MINERVA project, there is a study visit to the Cote d'Azur University (UCA), France, attended by representatives of universities from the Republic of Moldova, Armenia and experts from European institutions..

The study visit took place within the MINERVA project - "Strengthening research management and open science capacities of HEIs in Moldova and Armenia", reference number: 597912-EPP-1-2018-1-MD-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP, co -financed by the European Commission, within the ERASMUS+ program.

During the study visit, the participants found out about relevant topics on open science and the experience of the Cote d´Azur University. On the first day of the study visit, the presentations developed by the experts from France focused on current topics, such as: The future of research in European higher education "Building research bases A vision for the future of doctoral education in Europe", the presentation made by Natalia TIMUS; Problems and challenges of Open Science for the University of the Côte d'Azur, presentation made by Anne BROGINI, Vice-Chancellor for Open Science; Good practice on innovation and open science (European University Alliance; MINERVA project), session by the Ulysseus Université Côte d'Azur team.

The second day of the study visit was dedicated to the management session where the presentation of the activity report and the financial report took place, from the point of view of the requirements for institutional reports. At the same time, a workshop, dedicated to the development of the sustainability plan within the MINERVA project in the context of the new European research initiatives and the signing of new collaborations/projects was held.

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