Projects from the 2007-2013 programming period (EN)
How can help be provided to autistic children?
Act Welll (2007-2013)
Biology lessons in a natural setting
How can children living in cities learn about creating flower beds or planting and harvesting fruits and vegetables?
Quick help in case of emergency – Cooperation between Austrian and Slovak emergency organisations on the Danube River
Positioning the Vienna-Bratislava region as an international competence centre in the field of robotics –
Children can learn programming
Increasing competitiveness in the Centrope region through education and innovation
Education beyond borders
Fresh A.I.R. (2007-2013)
Training course for environmental pedagogy –
How can teachers make children and teenagers more enthusiastic about environmental issues?
Social involvement and inclusion by means of garden therapy –
Gardening work as a method to support the integration of disadvantaged people into society
Learning neighbour’s languages while in kindergarten
Environmental education programmes for children and teenagers
Experiencing natural habitats up close arouses scientific curiosity in children
Trafficking in women and human beings– what can be done to help the victims?
Environmental education actions for overweight children: Healthy food and outdoor sports help in fighting surplus kilos
A model programme for hospice care along the border
Training opportunities for employees who are in daily contact with dying people
Professional Automotive MBA (2007-2013)
Post-graduate university course in the automotive industry
Public Management Cooperation: Cross border training for employees in public administration
Cross-border cooperation between two universities in the field of tourism
Exchange programmes help students learn to react flexibly to changes in tourism
Training course for specialists in steel construction
Student exchanges and internships in the field of IT
Expansion of the social safety net along the border –
Nurses for older people and hospice employees are missing on both sides of the Austrian-Hungarian border
AT-HU ISA (2007-2013)
Integration of disadvantaged pupils on the labour market by means of dual training
Dual training is very successful in Austria. The idea was encouraged in Hungary as well, in order to reduce the number of early school leavers.