Erasmus+ Project

Project "AMED - Advancing higher education in Maldives through E- learning Development", approved by Erasmus+ programme - Strengthening capacities in high education in Key activities 2, started with its activities in January 2019.


Support the modernization, accessibility and internationalisation of higher education in Maldives, by improving the level of competencies and skills of university teachers by developing new and innovative education programme in the field of e-learning

AMED partnership consist of partners from Maldives, Spain and Croatia and it is establised based on previous succesfull cooperation


24.07.2019, 10:59
Since January 2019 AMED partners have been working hard to finish first activities and deliverables and have successfully finished the Preparation…
12.07.2019, 10:26
AMED project team issued the first AMED newsletter edition. Find out what are the project goals, read more about what the planned activities are and…
11.07.2019, 11:17
Be the first to find out all news about activities and results of AMED project!
01.07.2019, 13:31
Members of Centre for Educational Technology and Excellence visited the four campuses located in L. Gan, S. Hithadhoo, Gdh. Thinadhoo and Hdh.…
26.06.2019, 08:58
We proudly represent you a AMED project flyer and banner design. Hope you find it informative and attractive! FLYER BANNER
05.04.2019, 11:22
We are happy to inform you that our next project consortium meeting will be held in November 2019 at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya in Barcelona.…


Progress within core work packages

WP1: Needs analysis and preparation
WP2: Study programme development
WP3: Institutional framework for e-learning
WP5: Pilot implementation and dissemination
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  • An excellent opportunity for three institutions from Europe with expertise in different fields of e-learning to accept the challenge and create unique and modern e-learning model to be implemented within Maldives higher education system.

    Assoc. Prof. Igor Balaban, Ph. D.,

    Project Coordinator, FOI

  • The AMED project would set MNU well on the way in establishing a sustainable and robust e-Learning system, addressing the current challenges we face, paving the way forward with the expertise from three institutions from Europe.

    Fathimath Nasiha, Lecturer

     Centre for Educational Technology, MNU  

  • "A robust partnership committed to broadening access to Maldives higher education and enhancing nation-wide capability through modern technologies and digital pedagogies, reducing distance and amplifying knowledge."

    Assoc. Prof. Marcelo Fabián Maina, Ph. D.

    Universitat Oberta de Catalunya