Promotion of qualified education in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Culture (RP&NSC) in the Republic of Belarus to ensure a safe use of nuclear power in Europe.
Map the Belarus Nuclear Safety Standards, labor market needs & educational proposals and develop a Policy Paper that considers EU best practices and international standards.
Train the academic staff of the six Belarusian partner universities in Nuclear Physics & Chemistry, Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Culture at EU partner Higher Education Institutions.
Design and implement, in cooperation with EU partners, a Master Program in RP&NSC in line with International standards and Bologna principles, accredited by the Belarus’s Ministry of Education and adopted throughout the Country.
Develop laboratories supporting education activities in the field of RP&NSC.
The Master in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Culture is a priority forthe nuclear industry and its teaching methodology combines theory and practice through digital learning. RADIUM project fosters the knowledge transfer from the “centers of excellence” in Minsk to distant regions, by involving six Belarusian Universities located throughout the country.read more
Six universities of the Republic of Belarus and four European Union universities (Italy, Spain, Belgium and Germany) participate in RADIUM project. Five of them are members of CHERNE, the open European academic network for cooperation in Higher Education on Radiological and Nuclear Engineering.read more
Belarus's national energy policy aims to secure sustainable energy and reduce energy import dependence by investing in nuclear energy. RADIUM project is in fact in line with the key priorities of the State Program “Education and Youth Policy” for 2016-2020 (sub-program “Specialists Training for nuclear energy” and sub-program “Development of the system of higher education”.read more
to be trained in Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Culture
to be involved in RADIUM academic activities
in RADIUM events