CHERNE is an open European academic network for cooperation in Higher Education on Radiological and Nuclear Engineering. Its goals are
- to share competencies and facilities in organising teaching activities for their students, mainly at the Master level
- to enhance the mutual support by learning from each other, by exchanging experiences and by regular mutual reflections
All the 4 EU partners of RADIUM project are members of the CHERNE network, whereas Belarus State University is the only Belarusian member. The project also helps the non-CHERNE members to familiarize and benefit from the network. Indeed, CHERNE Network pays great attention to the highest standards of nuclear education in Europe and beyond its borders. Through the RADIUM project, CHERNE contributes to supporting Belarusian universities in developing a Master program of high quality, training academic staff and providing comments and recommendations following the analysis of the educational content. CHERNE feedback is important to harmonize the educational activity of Belarusian Universities according to the European educational standards.
START-NET is the Regional Network for Education and Training in Nuclear Technology founded in 2015 under the auspices and support of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). BSUIR and BSU are the universities that are currently taking part in STAR-NET. The STAR-NET complements existing international initiatives, including those of the IAEA, with an emphasis on education and training and focusing on issues related to nuclear technology, education, training and work with pupils.