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Most Project – transnational meeting

The “MOST” project team participated in the third transnational meeting of the project at the Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Germany, on the 3rd and 4th of March 2020 to discuss the progress of the project and the next steps.

MOST (Advanced Master's Education Based on Smart Grids Technology) is a
highly ambitious project, funded under the Erasmus+ Programme. The main goal behind the project is to develop an innovative and targeted Master’s program on Smart Grid Technologies to train the smart grid professionals of the future. The Master’s course will be available at three European universities - the University of Cagliari, the University of Cyprus, and the University of Western Macedonia.
Led by the University of Cagliari, MOST is being implemented by a  multidisciplinary team of 7 partnering institutions from 5 European countries, including Deloitte in Cyprus, involving both academia and industry. MOST partners complement each other in terms of know-how, geographical coverage and field of activity in order to efficiently and effectively deliver the project results and ensure their exploitation and sustainability.
Deloitte, through its Innovation & Entrepreneurship Centre (IEC), is the partner responsible for the Quality Management of the project. Deloitte participates in all project activities and will actively support University of Cyprus in the national context of promoting the course, and will additionally provide input and feedback to the course development from the business perspective.
MOST team has recently published the first edition of the newsletter of the project that can be found through the following link.
For more information, you may visit the MOST website, follow WIP Renewable energies on LinkedIn, the partner responsible for the Communication of the project or track the project’s hashtag on Twitter.