• EEIHSR@tu-dresden.de

OVERVIEW OF THE PROJECT EEIHSR

Railway transport is a means of conveyance of passengers and goods. Due to a significant increase in traffic volume and a long-lasting demand for the economic development of regional agglomerations, along with the interest in reduction of travel time and stimulating population mobility, construction of efficient high-speed rail lines is considered as a priority for all countries seeking full participation in the world economy. For Russian and Kazakh governments high-speed rail has become increasingly important.

The aim of the Project Economy, Ecology and Infrastructure at High-Speed Railways (EEIHSR) is to educate competent specialists in the field of railway engineering, especially in the field of high-speed railway (HSR).

The project EEIHSR is funded by the European Union under the ERASMUS+ programme, which is aimed at supporting cooperation in higher education between partner universities. The programme is an effective tool to promote human and social capital development in Europe and beyond.

Programme: Erasmus+Key Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practicesAction Type: Capacity Building in higher education

PROJECT PARTNERS

OVERVIEW

AIMS

Education of competent specialists in the field of railway engineering, especially in the field of high-speed railway (HSR).

OBJECTIVES

Set up a dual degree master programme EEIHSR

  • Learning location: PGUPS + TUD and KazATC + TUD
  • Language: bilingual (Englisch and Russian)
  • Duration: four Semester, 120 ECTS
  • In the 3rd semester, study at TUD

Disseminate the knowledge of the master programme EEIHSR

  • Implement the teaching contents into USURT, FESTU, SKSU and ENU
  • Set up the qualification upgrade courses EEIHSR for the companies
  • Writing a book on the topic of EEIHSR

NEWS & EVENTS

Intensive trainings for lecturers

Ladies and Gentlemen We are pleased to invite all interested parties to a series of intensive training sessions for lecturers organised by our partners in Dresden (TUD), Madrid (UPM) and Katowice (UEK).

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First intensive Training

Training Place: Dubovy (Oak) Hall, PGUPS, St. Petersburg, Russia

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Media about EEIHSR

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