MEEE is implemented by a consortium of HEIs from Myanmar and the European Union.
Location of the action: Myanmar
Funded by: Erasmus+ Capacity Building in Higher Education action
University of Yangon is one of the leading universitie s in Myanmar and aims to act as a furerunner in the fields of arts, sciences and technology. UY has 15 593 enrolled students and 1 249 teaching and admin staff.
Yangon Technological University is a technological centre of excellence in teaching and research with a strong commitment to systematic education and training of engineers, specialists and researchers. The student enrolment of YTU is approximately 2 500.
Mandalay Technological University is a centre of excellence in engineering education, research and the application of knowledge to benefit society globally, aiming to traing specialists with the ability to solve complex real-world problems. MTU enrolment is approximately 2 500.
Myeik University has the aspiration of becoming a higher education institution that serves as a pillar of society, producing qualified graduates with high morals and ethical standards that serve the needs of society. MU student enrolment is approximately 3 500 on-campus students and 6 000 distance learning students.
University of Turku is a multidisciplinary and international research university. UTU student enrolment is approximately 20 000, and it employs 3 400 staff members. UTU acts as the MEEE project coordinator.
Tampere University is one of the most multidisciplinary universities in Finland. Almost all internationally recognised fields of study are represented at TAU. Student enrolment is approximately 19 000 , with the greater academic community including more than 30 000 students. The university community employs approximately 4 200 staff.
The main focus areas of Europa-Universität Flensburg are education, economics, environmental sciences, sustainability and interdisciplinary European studies. The student enrolment is approximately 5 000 with 400 staff members.
Wageningen University & Research is an academic collaboration between between Wageningen University and the Wageningen Research foundation. The collaboration employs over 6 500 staff and the student enrolment is approximately 12 000.