MDT Project

Managing Digital Transformation
This project addresses the shortage of ‘digital leaders’ by developing a 30 ECTS program (EQF 5-7) called ‘Managing Digital Transformation’ (MDT). The program will be designed for students and professionals with a high interest in entrepreneurship and management, who possess a Bachelor's degree in a study as Economics, Communication, Business Administration, Education, Public Management, or a Bachelor's degree of a technical study. The program consists of six specializations of each 5 ECTS. These specializations will address the three core elements of the ‘leadership skills triangle’: technology, business/commerce and leadership. The multidisciplinary program will deliver digital leaders who can enable successful digital transformations, thereby contributing to the competitiveness of Europe and of individual organizations.
ACEEU's Role: Quality assurance leader and developer of certification framework for professionals
ACEEU is an international quality assurance body dedicated to advancing higher education by supporting universities in their transformation process towards becoming more entrepreneurial and engaged. Their expertise is crucial to ensure quality control for the project and to prepare the Certification Framework for professionals.




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Bogdan Iordache


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Project information

Project period
01 Sep 2020 to 31 Aug 2023
Funding body & program
Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships, European Commission
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Partners
7 Partners (see partner information below)
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We are ready to digitally transform higher education in Europe!
On February 2nd, the partners of the “Managing Digital Transformation (MDT” project came together for the first (online) transnational project mee [...]
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