WIUT and TALENT Erasmus+ project: Establishing Master Programmes in Human Resource Management and Talent Development in Central Asia

WIUT has become a partner university for TALENT project to establish new postgraduate course in Human Resources Management and Talent Development in collaboration with  Erasmus plus programme. The main goal of the project is to create an accredited two-year TALENT master programmes in human resources management in seven universities in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. The duration of the project is three years.
Vrije University in Brussel (Belgium) is the general project coordinator.  WIUT colleagues attended kick-off meeting in Belgium to agree upon the curriculum guidelines and the work plan for the coming events.  The first workshop of the project is taking place in Tashkent at WIUT from 14th to 16th of May 2019. During the workshop project partners will meet to discuss details of the curriculum and build stronger network for TALENT project implementation.
Erasmu+ Talent
Project partners
EU partners
  • Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)
  • Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
  • Athens University of Economics and Business
  • Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge
Associate project partners:
  • ITUC (International Trade Union Confederation)
  • BUSINESSEUROPE (European Employers’ Federation)
  • ILO (International Labour Organisation)
  • Nazarbayev University
  • Innovative University of Eurasia
  • American University of Central Asia
  • Kyrgyz Economic University
  • Bukhara State University
  • WIUT
Internal control of TALENT Project Partners' visit to WIUT

On March 14th and 15th, WIUT hosted a visit by TALENT project partners from Bulgaria and Kyrgyzstan. Dr. Rumiana Jeleva and Dr. Albena Ieleva from Institute of Philosophy and Sociology (IPS, Sofia, Bulgaria) conducted internal quality audit for the MA in HRM and Talent Development Master’s Degree programme designed by the Erasmus + TALENT project and validated by the University of Westminster (London, UK). 

There were a round of interviews and focus group discussions with the WIUT Rector, Dean of SOBE School and Department Heads of Business Management and Marketing, Admission, Career Center, and Learning Resource Center.

The TALENT project partners also interviewed the Master’s Degree programme’s academic staff and students on their feedback and progress in the course. The results of the internal quality audit shall be sent to the European Union (EU) commission on the project implementation status at WIUT. The partners have had positive impressions on the WIUT teaching and learning environment. They commented that WIUT Master’s Degree programme meets the TALENT project goals and objectives.

As a reminder, Master’s Degree programme in HRM and Talent Development has been first launched in September 2020 and designed with both Central Asian and European University project Partners.   

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