EURASTiP aims to consolidate existing European and Southeast Asian collaborations in the field of education and training, along with the development of new training material and best practice examples. A key focus of the EURASTiP project is to promote mobility between Europe and Southeast Asia and strengthen collaboration of educational organisations, including work-integrated learning. Within the aquaculture sector, significant collaboration currently takes place between Europe and Asia in relation to training and capacity building (e.g. MoU’s, Joint Courses, co-location, etc.) and this is the focus of EURASTiP activity ‘EU-Asia Capacity Building Collation’. For this activity, a desk study to identify, describe and characterise the current capacity building collaborations with a view to identifying best practice case studies was carried out.
The report is aimed at educators and administrators who may be directly responsible for establishing schemes involving staff and especially student communications and mobility between the regions. It should also be a useful resource for other organisations involved in supporting education and training in the aquaculture sector. It may also serve as a guide for students seeking mobility opportunities, as the document provides case study examples of different activities and academic relationships that exist between aquaculture actors in Europe and Southeast Asia.
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