Advancing higher education in Maldives through E- learning Development

Funded under Erasmus+ programme - Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education


24.05.2022, 14:10
The 6th newsletter of AMED project is out! Explore the newsletter to learn more about recent project activities. The sixth AMED newsletter can be…
19.05.2022, 15:41
On May 16-19, 2022 AMED Final Conference was held at the Maldives National University (MNU) and with the participation of all project partners and…
13.05.2022, 17:58
We are excited to announce that AMED partners will hold AMED Final Conference at the MNU, Male on May 16-19, 2022 to share project experiences and…
10.05.2022, 15:59
The 5th newsletter of AMED project is out! Explore the newsletter to learn more about recent project activities and upcoming Final Conference. Fifth…
01.04.2022, 09:36
AMED project partners are set to present project purpose, goals, activities and results within EDEN NAP Webinar: "How can we transform e-Learning…


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

AMED partners started the organization of the project final event to be hosted by the MNU in Maldives, in May, 2022. The event will include the presentation of all activities and results of the project but it will be organised as a platform for experience and knowledge sharing between all partners and MNU members, as well as the external participants.

Stay tuned for more info soon! 

AMED project partners met up 13-17 March, 2022 physically in Croatia to discuss ongoing project activities and participate in Job Shadowing activities. The Consortium Meeting and Job Shadowing were hosted by partners from Faculty of Organization and Informatics (FOI) in Varaždin while the last day of the trip was spent in Zagreb. In between these two destionations participants had the opportunity of a study visit to the Krapina Neanderthal Museum.

  • 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

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