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Digital Factory: Concepts, Implementations, Present and Future Challenges (DigiFact)

Selection of Students

Lucian Blaga” University of Sibiu implements the inter-institutional cooperation project Digital Factory: Concepts, Implementations, Present and Future Challenges (DigiFact), funded by The European Economic Area Financial Mechanism (EEA). The project is implemented between 01.09.2014 - 31.08.2015 and the partner universities are Buskerud and Vestfold University College (BVUC), Norway and Evora University, Portugal.

Within the project, the summer school Digital factory will be organized between 15th -26th June 2015 in Sibiu and students from all the three universities will participate. The number of students which every university will select is as follows: LBUS- 10 students, BVUS-5 students, UE-5 Students.

The process of selection will be organized respecting the principles of transparency, the equality in terms of opportunities of access and avoiding the conflict of interests (in establishing the commission for selection and in granting); positive discrimination of the disadvantage people (Roma ethnicity or people with special needs) will be done by adding priority point in the process of selection.

Every partner university will organize the process of selection of students at the university level, giving all the necessary information about the number of available places, date and place of the selection, list of documents that participants must submit before the selection, eligibility criteria and selection criteria in a transparent way, preferably by posting all the information on a notice board.

After the process of selection, the list of selected students and the waiting list will be posted in descending order according to the score obtained by every student. The deadline until which the contestations can be submitted, the period and the manner of solution will be also made public.

BVUS and UE students will have the transport covered and they will receive a daily grant of 45 Euros for housing and subsistence costs; for LBUS students this grant is not allocated. After taking part in the project’s activities the students will be awarded with 5 ECTS.