“Monitoring of environmental objects in the context of European integration” # 101127251 – MEOEU – ERASMUS-JMO-2023-HEI-TCH-RSCH

Project duration: 01.11.2023 – 31.10.2026

Olha KHATSEVYCH, project coordinator, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry


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project webpage: european-integration/

Target groups: university students, public

Project goals and objectives:

All types of environmental pollution do not have borders and are in fact cross-border. The EU experience in environmental control is necessary for Ukraine, which has chosen an inevitable course of European integration. The project will promote the dissemination of EU experience in environmental monitoring, improvement of ecological safety in Ukraine and formation of the European level of environmental culture and law among the students. It will help to draw public attention to environmental problems and their impact on the quality of life. The practical result of the project is active educational work with youth, new educational materials, scientific publication, manuals. These measures contribute to the fight against environmental incompetence and improve knowledge of environmental human and civil rights based on the principles of sustainable European development. The necessity for the project is due to the lack of experience in using best practices to implement the European environmental safety strategy and the lack of training courses that could familiarize students with the experience of the EU countries in solving important issues of environmental monitoring.


1. Updating and teaching the course «Monitoring of chemical parameters of environmental objects in the context of European integration» for preparation of students of the "Master’s degree" in "Chemistry".

2. Creation and implementation of an optional course «Monitoring of environmental objects in the context of European Integration», which will be available to all students of the University.

3. Preparation of presentation material for open lectures and their holding for a wide range of listeners.

4. Preparation of promotional and informational materials about the project and carrying out advertising campaigns for the presentation and discussion of the module with the general public.

5. Trips to the EU universities for adopting European environmental practices; holding a scientific and practical conference, publishing a scientific article.

6. Preparation and writing of manuals: "Air quality monitoring: European experience", "Water quality analysis: European experience".

7. Preparation and dissemination of informational, educational and methodological materials, developed within the project on the constantly functioning website of the Department of Chemistry, on the Moodle platform, in the repository of University.