1.1 - Master’s graduate profile and programme statement
Master’s graduate profile and programme statement was made up based on the employers’ survey results and lists skills and competences necessary for a qualified work in Eco-friendly Built Environment places. The programme statement include learning outcomes for the programme as a whole and for specific modules. Master`s graduate profile and programme statement is translated to all the project languages – Italian, Serbian, and Latvian.
1.2 - Integrated Master curriculum and module catalogue
The integrated Master curriculum contains a structure of the programme, a brief description of modules, locations of delivery, concentration tracks to be offered within the programme, and mobility windows.
The module catalogue lists modules developed and updated within the project in terms of a number of credits, overview, T&A methods and forms, and key learning outcomes. The content of the modules incorporates the best practices in architecture education and trends in architectural design.
2.1 - Student handbook - Joint procedures for admission, selection, examination, degree awarding
The student handbook covers integrated procedures and rules concerning admission, selection, internship, thesis defence, degree awarding, common services for students (visa support, and accommodation facilities etc.).
2.2 - Recognition mechanism of mobility schemes
A transcript of the record template and a description of the credit transfer systems are included in the recognition mechanism document. The document explains the parties' agreement on student and staff mobility as well.
2.3 - QA tools
QA document includes overall QA strategy and tools, such as 1) Student Questionnaire (Course evaluation, study programme evaluation), 2) Internship and Employers questionnaire, and 3) Peer - review questionnaire. Documents provides both rationale and samples of these tools.
3.1. Dissemination Plan
Dissemination plan contains the channels of communication and dissemination, target groups, outcomes. Dissemination plan starts by defining cycles of dissemination and exploitation, and it is followed by elaboration of dissemination and communication strategy, description of identified target groups and dissemination tools and event timeline to achieve the set strategy.
3.2 - Public Outreach materials
3.3 - Dissemination reports
Dissemination reports were produced during project lifetime after each dissemination activities that was performed.
3.4. Promotion Strategy
Promotion strategy aims at attracting talented students from all over the world. It relies on promotion strategy and defines promotion tools and it is structured to elaborate 1) Print/digital Materials Strategy (promotion materials, press release and newsletters), 2) Multimedia strategy (website and social media), 3) Event Strategy (enrolment and promotion events, 4) Extended Event strategy (booklets) and 5) integral strategy (built into website in a form of repository) and 6) other instruments (ECOBUILT Alumni Club, Ambassadors, Testimonials and Internship Club)
4.1 - Accreditation procedure
The national Accreditation procedures used at each consortium member country were collected and accreditation algorithm for the programme in line with the European approach for QA of joint programmes developed.
The document presents also internal processes at universities for the programmes development and approval as well as standards that programmes must meet to be accredited.
4.2 - Partnership and student Agreements Drafts
The Partnership agreement draft specifies the governance of the Master’s programme to be developed: all joint procedures and rules concerning admission, application, selection, examination criteria, QA procedures, mobility scheme, accreditation procedure, and promotion plan. The Student Agreement draft specifies the financial rules of student mobility, credit transfer procedures, student`s and universities' responsibilities and general terms.
5.1 Urban oasis Book (in Serbian)
The Handbook Urban Oasis is intended for students of the Master's degree program at the University of Belgrade - Faculty of Architecture. It was created during years of lectures, continuous research, and practical work on the topics presented in it. The main purpose of the handbook is to familiarize students with the most advanced and current directions in architecture related to energy-efficient construction and modern concepts of sustainability in architecture. In order to present the material in a more inventive way, the author has tried to present it in the most understandable way possible, using examples from practice and student works. The results obtained are proof that architectural education can be approached creatively, while carefully following global trends, new pedagogical models, and current scientific achievements, all while remaining consistent with and true to the architectural profession. The student works presented in the handbook represent a response to the topic of designing an architectural miniature that aims to improve the microclimate in a selected microspace.