Professors and students of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU were introduced to the principles of the DESTIN project (Erasmus + KA2)
The participants of the international project DESTIN (Erasmus + KA2) from ZNU went through another stage in the implementation of the project. On March 5, a meeting was held with students and professors of the Faculty of Journalism of ZNU owing to the initiative of the representatives of the working group.
At the beginning of the speech, Dean of the Faculty Viktor Kostiuk shared his impressions of his trip to the UK, specifically to Bath Spa University (Bath city), where he became a participant in the founding conference of a three-year project.
In his opinion, such programs provide a unique chance to look at the process of teaching journalism abroad and help to get acquainted with its features. Viktor Volodymyrovych also noted the importance and value of this program for the faculty, and called on professors and students to actively participate in all stages of the implementation of the DESTIN project (Erasmus + KA2).
Kateryna Sirinok-Dolharova, Deputy Dean for International Affairs, spoke about the specifics and organizational aspects of the program, which was also part of a representative delegation from ZNU in the UK.
She acquainted the faculty and students of the faculty with some points of the program such as the purpose of the project and for how long the grant program will last, etc.
At the end of her speech, Kateryna Hryhorivna drew the attention of the audience to information about the expected results of the project.
It should be mentioned that DESTIN is a project of the European Union Erasmus + program (KA2 direction: development of higher education potential) to improve journalism education in Ukraine, the full name of which is “Journalism Education for Democracy in Ukraine: Developing Standards, Integrity and Professionalism.”