Intensive Courses for Higher Education Students (IC4HEDS) project team members managed to organize another face-to-face meeting, this was also the last project meeting.  Even though the project started in August 2020, this was the second face-to-face meeting, because other meetings had to be held online. The meeting was held on 24th February 2022, at the University of Pannonia in Nagykanizsa.

Since the IC4HEDS project will be finished soon, partners had plenty of topics to discuss. The first one was the study tour to visit Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU). Project team members will visit STU at beginning of March 2022. The study tour will last for two days, from 2nd to 4th March, on the first day they will visit the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Bratislava and on the second day Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava. The partners are happy we can finally realize the trip they’ve been planning for a long time, but haven’t been able to take it because of the pandemic.

Partners also discussed the final conference, which will be the final celebration of the successful cross-border cooperation in the scope of the IC4HEDS project. The final conference will take place in Čakovec, in the middle of March 2022, we will inform all the stakeholders and the public on time.

After going over all the activities that have already been implemented and all the ones that still need to be done, like the project brochure’s final design and print, workshops, and other, partners concluded that we have achieved most of the indicators and objectives, and the ones we haven’t, we will until the end of the project.

The next time partners meet, will be when they travel together on the study tour to Bratislava, we will write a special article about the trip, so stay close and follow our IC4HEDS web and Facebook page.

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