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