Over the years, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts and KU Leuven have been collaborating in the student- and teacher exchange, as partners in
European Partnership for Project and Innovation Management
The European Partnership for Project and Innovation Management (EuroPIM) is a leading scientific community working in the fields of project management, digital transformation, technology, innovation, and sustainable development. Our aim is to collectively educate and research to provide answers to help people and organisations to better manage transformation and innovation through dedicated projects.
As part of a collaboration with our partner universities, we offer joint Master programmes in fields such as project management, digital transformation, and engineering. We also provide a portfolio of conferences and workshops while participating in various wide-ranging international academic exchanges.
The questions of learning in the age of digital transformation were discussed from 28-30th of September in Vienna, Austria, during the 25th International Conference on
The Train-the-Trainer event on the topic «English as Medium of Instruction (EMI)» will take place at FH Dortmund on 14-18th of November. It is aimed
20 students participated in the workshop on TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework)* methodology, hosted by FH Dortmund. During the workshop, the students were given
Around 100 new students from all over the world started their journey with EuroMPM, MDT, and ESE master programmes this week! Students from Germany, Netherlands,
Today’s hero of the #PeopleofEuroPIM series is Mathias Fritzen, who teaches the «Self Management and Social Competences» course for the EuroMPM students. 💬 Hi Mathias, thank
Winter is coming, which means that it’s time for the Dortmund International Winter School 2022! This year the Dortmund International Winter School 2022 is taking
FH Dortmund has received the project funding to support the students and teachers of the Ukrainian partner universities. Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts