No question, EYA winners have already done an outstanding job by developing a project considered to be creative and socially valuable by the jury.
To reach the next level, it’s indispensable to receive feed- back and a project analysis, while getting fresh ideas from another perspective. Started as a prototype project, the international student online project has become part of EYAâ€™s core and is growing year by year.
Using Open Source software, students from 12 international Universities from Macedonia to the Netherlands connect online, analyze and enhance the EYA winning projects from October up to the EYA Festival from November 30 to December 3, 2016.
This year 90 students are involved in creating exciting proposals for the winning projects of #EYA16. They exchange ideas and know-how in virtual conferences and apply theories to the winning projects of EYA 2016.
In 13 groups students analyze one of the winning projects online, develop basic concepts for further development and present their results at the EYA Festival in exhibition format.
Working together with international colleagues on a practical task in a virtual environment means good training and application of topics learned for students. What’s more “ they create helpful feedback for the winners. EYA actively connects students worldwide through the international student online project.