Activity and Result

University-private sector Cooperation


GREENCAP is focusing on promoting the green education and multidisciplinary green researches by establishing a strong university/enterprise cooperation (within incorporation of ministries, NGOs and civil society). Moreover to develop successful professional careers in the green business sector, besides good academic results, university graduates must need good skills, such as communication skills, team-working abilities, leadership skills, creativity, problem-solving skills, negotiation and decision-making skills, independent learning skills, and flexibility. Closer cooperation between universities and enterprises can help the students to develop these skills. These objective will be reach through 3 acitivities.

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Professional Committee

Professional committee is composed of consortium partners and external stakeholders (company, NGOs, ministry…).. The committee is expected to discuss action plan to promote research-oriented business, propose relevant subjects of Master and PhD dissertations, etc This committee will aim to provide recommendations to the PMB in order to strengthen the links between HEI’s and the wider economic society in the field of green business.

Survey on green jobs

Although green business is a worldwide concept, still its development should be country specific. In order to better adjust the needs of the partners with respect to green growth/business opportunity in Cambodia, a report will be conducted in order to highlight the green skills required for the next 3 to 5 years on Cambodia.

Similarly, education is a key issue to move to green growth. Although awareness is now well developed about climate change impacts, etc., still knowledge of students on green jobs opportunities may be insufficient.

These reports will be conducted by a team made from Cambodia and EU teachers, researchers or experts, together with EU student (internships) and Cambodian students.

Green Conference

The implementation of Green conference, in which we expect the discussion to raise practical and potentially innovative solutions who will feedback the HEIs curriculum and research.

Develop green job opportunity


At a Meso-level, the project develop green job market matching opportunity. HEIs are responsible to sustain links between the world of work and students. They must provide sufficient workforce skills for the student and connection to the employment network. They will also develop career support centre and/or organize (or participate in) a job fair for their students, as well as develop their Alumni. These activities will benefit from the outcomes of the macro and micro level

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Career center workshop in Nantes

This Workshop will be organized at Nantes and will last 3 days to share knowledge about this issue. It will welcome administrative, technical, and /or teaching staff from Partners to discuss the best practices to improve the efficiency of existing Alumni platforms and to organize career centres or job fairs.

Job fair

Following the example of the ‘’Company Dating’’ organized by the University of Southern Denmark, the idea is to organize a green company dating at Cambodian Universities to present jobs and internships opportunity for students.

Organizations and students will participate in a 2 half-day event, where organizations can present themselves at their tables and bring information material about their projects, and where students can get the opportunity to connect with organizations of their interest. Ideally, the second day would be transformed into a real « dating » for potential students who could have pre-interview.

Promote Green Curricula


At a Micro-level the project focus on universities by promoting incentives to develop green business modules into HEI curricula (includes transfer new interactive teaching technologies and train teacher) with the help, here also, of outcomes from macro and meso level.   thanks to the professional committee, and the Green Conference, tomorrow needs will be highlighted In addition, to reform the HEIs educational system, GREENCAP project will try to minimize the gap between secondary education and HEIs student via Green Olympiad and Green Debate Competition.

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Curriculum modifications

The objective is relevant changes of courses contents or new courses related to green business/growth at bachelor and master level

Training sessions

In order to increase the skills of the teachers on green growth/green business/green entrepreneurship and to develop a multi-disciplinary approach of these issues.   The training session will be organized twice a year and will last one week. The subjects of the training sessions will be set in order to efficiently adapt/change or create new courses and small research projects on green business, and related topics. Trainees will be staff from Cambodian partners and associate partners. On request, these sessions will be open also to staff outside from the consortium.  A team of 4 to 5 trainers, mostly EU staff and, when available, Cambodian staff. A multi-discipline approach will be favoured to explore all the dimensions of the topics. Example of contents of training sessions: a) Teaching CSR and Business Ethics; b) Green accounting and product Lifecycle management; c) Circular Economy: tools and methodology; etc.


By visiting the EU HEIs and working closely with the EU professors, the GREENCAP project will create opportunities for the Cambodian partners to gather experiences on modern teaching styles, innovative teaching methodologies and curriculum development process. They will also have opportunities to take part in quality joint researches with the EU colleagues.

Green debate Competition

Youth are the future leaders, so, it is very important to raise their awareness and interests in green growth and to ensure their active participation in the greening (sustainable development) process. Therefore, the national debate competition will offer an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to debate and take part in the discussion on current environmental issues. This competition will be open to students from other Cambodian HEIs et to students from EU partners. The general theme of the competition will be set in concordance with the main theme of the round tables.

Work PackageActivitiesCompletion
11.1. Kick-off meetingFully Completed on 21 – 23 January 2020
1.2. Adoption of the partnership agreementsFully completedFully Completed
1.3. Surveys on green skills requirement and students awareness.Fully CompletedFully Completed
1.4. The organization of the second meetingFully CompletedFully Completed
2Professional committee : 1 meeting / yearFully Completed
2.2 Green conference3 conferences (+ 1 pre conference due to Covid)Fully Completed
33.1 Workshop: shared knowledge on alumni and career centre animation.Fully Completed (November 2022) + 9 workshops in 4 partner universities
3.2 Green job fairOnline with Eurocham + 4 OnsiteFully Completed (approx. 12 000 participants globally)
3.3 Web green jobs platformGreen job (63) + internships (19) onlineFully Completed
44.1 Training sessions and course contentsFully completed (5 training sessions)
4.2 Mobility of researchers8 staff mobilities + 3 student mobilitiesFully Completed
4.3 Mini-research projects on green business/growth.Fully CompletedFully Completed
4.4 Green debate competition2 green debate competitions organized in Battambang and in Phnom PenhFully Completed (more than 100 participating students)
55.1 Annual Quality ReportFully Completed (1/ year)
66.1 Creation of a specific website for the project.Fully Completed
6.2 Green OlympiadDue to Covid-19, it was replaced by a 90 days challenge – Energy Day (jointly organized with SEVEA) from May – July 2022 and the Energy Day event was organized on 2 Sep 2022 at NUMFully Completed
77.1 Project management coordinationFully Completed
7.2 ReportingIn process: waiting for the final reportPartially completed