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Leads project


LEADS project (Linguistic, Entrepreneurial and Digital Skills) is an Erasmus+ project funded by the European Union for duration of 03 years, starting from 1 decembre 2023 to 30 november 2026.The University Blida 2 is a partner in this project with five (05) other Algerian Universities and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

The project is coordinated by University of Mostaganem.

In fact, the main aim of the LEADS project is to develop a competency framework specific to the Algerian higher education system, approved by the MESRS in the fields of linguistics, entrepreneurship and digital.

The project will produce training resources and exams to obtain the above-mentioned skills certificates, which will be issued in Arabic and English.

This program is primarily designed for undergraduate students; the qualification may be of interest not only to Masters and PhD students, but also to academic, technical and administrative staff. On the other hand, other profiles involved in the teaching/learning process may also benefit of project deliverables.

The certificates issued are considered as an addition to the diploma.

The national partner universities

⦁ ABDELHAMID Ibn Badis University -Mostaghanem (DZ)
⦁ Djilali Liabes University – Sidi Bel Abbes (DZ)
⦁ 8 Mai 1945 University – Guelma (DZ)
⦁ Badji Mokhtar University – Annaba (DZ)
⦁ Polytechnic School of Architecture and Urban Planning (DZ)
⦁ Lounici Ali University – Blida 2 (DZ)
⦁ Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (DZ)

The European partner universities

⦁ University of Rigas Tehniska – RTU (Latvia)
⦁ University for Foreigners of Siena (Italy)
⦁ Norwegian University of Sciences and Technology (Norway)
⦁ University of Kirikkale Universitesi (Turkey)

LEADS project goals

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