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Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University (BCU) is a not for profit organisation with international scope. There are more than 5000 personnel working at BCU. Birmingham City University is a post-92 university with some 27,000 students studying in full-time and part-time mode. The University provides a wide range of taught undergraduate and postgraduate programmes; Masters and Doctoral level research and delivers a wide range of Knowledge Transfer; Community Engagement and Professional Development programmes. The University is actively involved in a diverse range of collaborative programmes with regional, UK and EU partners including industry, commerce and public bodies.

BCU has extensive experience in working on large EU transnational collaborative projects and the specific department involved in this application Social  Research and Evaluation Unit (SREU) in the Faculty of English, Law and Social Sciences has well established leadership of EU funded projects.

Based on the expertise of the Social Research and Evaluation Unit (SREU) in the field, the Birmingham City University will be leading the Evaluation and format release (WP4) and in charge of the development of the Quality Plan for the REHAB project (WP5).

Moreover, as for the other project partners, the BCU will give its contribution in the overall Coordination (WP1) of the project, in the Design of methodology and modules for training and communication trial (WP2), in the Implementation of the Communication and Training Trial (WP3), contributing in the Exploitation of results (WP6) and the Dissemination activities (WP7).

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.