07 Nov 2016

The European project IM-FUTURE kicks off in the UK

High Wycombe (UK) hosts the first consortium meeting of this project, involving seven partners from the United Kingdom, Italy, Poland and Spain.

CETEM's International Projects Department has been attending the first meeting of the IM-FUTURE project in High Wycombe (UK) this week along with six other partners from UK, Italy, Poland and Spain.

The main objective of this project is the creation of an international master's degree for the furniture sector consisting of a flexible learning pathway in line with the needs of learners and companies from the furniture, woodworking and related sectors.

This master's degree will facilitate the creation of flexible learning pathways able to provide and recognize students with the most important competences and skills, such as internationalisation,  use of digital learning, management, entrepreneurship, languages and leadership as well as their contribution to a cohesive society, in particular through increased opportunities for both learning and labour mobility.