Connecting VET for the European Digital Single Market (Connecting EU) is an interdisciplinary intercultural project involving six EU partners from three fields of vocational education: engineering (BE/CZ), ICT (FI/ES), and business administration (DE/AT). Goods and services are designed, produced, and distributed internationally – mainly using ICT. Thus it is vital for future specialists in any field to have a basic understanding of ICT-based production, distribution, and communication processes as well as competences necessary to master such interdisciplinary, intercultural (communication) situations. Connecting EU intends to prepare students for the EU Digital Single Market by improving digital literacy, imparting ICT skills, including migrants and opening up education (Europe 2020 Strategy). It aims to adapt teaching and learning to future technological, economic, environmental, and social challenges resulting from Europeanisation and globalization. At the same time, Connecting EU is a consequence of the need to integrate migrants into the national and European job market.

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