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Date added: 2024-04-11

AFROTRANS - International teaching project

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On April 2-8 this year. The inaugural meeting of the international AFROTRANS project took place in Cameroon. The participants of the meeting were academic teachers and scientists from European Union countries (Poland, Germany, Austria) and from Africa (Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo). The Gdańsk University of Technology was represented by Wojciech Kustra, Tomasz Mackun and Maciej Sawicki from the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering

The meeting allowed us to learn about the context of transport in African countries. European partners presented modern teaching methods that will be used in the project. An inherent element of the meeting was mutual cultural understanding, which will allow for reliable communication and cooperation.

PROJECT: AFROTRANS - Road Transportation Systems Engineering development in the Sub-Saharan Africa - Modern EU Master Program & Capacity Building.

The aim of the project is to develop an accredited educational program and teaching materials for master's studies in transport systems management at five universities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon.


• Gdańsk University of Technology (coordinator)

• Alpen Adria University from Austria,

• Bauhaus University of Weimar from Germany.


• Université de l'Assomption of the Democratic Republic of the Congo,

• Université Libre des Pays des Grands Lacs from the Democratic Republic of the Congo,

• Université Officielle de Ruwenzori from the Democratic Republic of the Congo,

• University of Dschang from Cameroon,

• L'Institut de Technologie de l'Industrie, du Management et de l'Entrepreneuriat from Cameroon.